I’ve always been a houseplant lover. I love the energy they bring into a home and how a plant-filled room has the ability to make you forget you’re even inside. The only problem I have with houseplants is that I physically cannot keep them alive. Even the ones that are supposed to be un-killable, like aloe. I killed an aloe plant, and it makes me sad to think about it. Read more »
Our Intimates Fashion Manager’s Brooklyn apartment shows her aesthetic and love for all things she admires from music, vintage finds, antiques, fashion, scents, and her little cats. Her home is tasteful but yet inspiring… every little detail is considered and you leave feeling like you want to add a few more finishing little details to your own home, always! Read more »
I’m currently going through a decor phase where I want to collect all kinds of ceramics. I keep searching and searching for unique vases, bowls, cups, plates, you name it. I love the idea of filling a whole shelf with ceramic vases for plants, like my inspiration tear above, or having that unique coffee cup just nestling in the kitchen.
I’ve always felt that clothing and accessories make for excellent décor. Home decor is an expression of who you are – as is the way you dress yourself – so why not merge the two together by displaying your wardrobe elements around your home? Read more »
I grew up surrounded by flowers. My mom was a beautiful gardener and horticulture expert, and I was incredibly lucky to grow up with a big backyard that was completely covered in the liveliest plants and most beautifully arranged gardens I’ve ever seen. One step into the backyard and you’d feel as though you had just stepped into a dream. Read more »
During the cold months of winter, it’s sometimes hard to stay positive. The days are shorter and many of us don’t spend much time outdoors, meaning we’re seeing much less of our main energy source – the beautiful sun! I think that our level of happiness for the day can be set from the moment we wake up, which is why I begin with my home. Read more »
Over the holidays I was given a gift from Kim Krans from The Wild Unknown. As soon as I opened the box the smell refreshed the air around me. Inside was a bundle of wild harvested black sage, Mexican sage, juniper, lavender, lemon verbena, jasmine, lupine, cedar, breath of heaven, and roses. Hanging delicately from a tie dyed ribbon was this quote:
I have always loved a coffee table, without it my living area feels kind of empty and lost. Why? Because on it I situate some of my prized possessions for entertainment. The coffee table derives from the tea table and is primarily known as the centerpiece for casual entertainment and usually has seating around it. Read more »
Our Vintage Buyer Ali is one of those characters you spend an hour with and you feel like you’ve taken an adventure around the world and back again. She’s one of those people that I always find myself being drawn to, mainly because her passion for vintage is as big as the universe and beyond. She can ramble on about items she finds at flea markets for hours and hours and soaks in enough knowledge about them worthy for an entire book to be written. Read more »
The physical differences from December 31st to January 1st may be minuscule, but in my mind these two days are polar opposites. New Year’s Eve serves as a conclusion to a chapter of life. It’s a time of looking back; one of reflection upon all I’ve experienced and a celebration of what I’ve achieved. Read more »
New Year’s Eve is quite the special holiday. It’s one where we reflect upon everything we’ve experienced in the 12 months preceding it, and are full of hope and wonder as we look forward to the 12 that are up ahead. Read more »
Everyone loves to add a little boho to their spaces now and again. Whether it’s a spring clean, rearranging objects, or creating lovely wall displays, décor refreshes your mind and captures a new light in the home.