Earth heals us. Solid and sturdy, we feel it beneath our feet providing its ever-present grounding energy. The earth element is physical and tangible, and also highly sensory – with emphasis on touch and scent. Read more »
Now that summer is officially here, it’s time to make your home feel like it! Read more »
Recently I decorated my bedroom — I transformed it to an all-white room; white floorboards, white walls, white curtains, white bed sheets… you name it, everything’s white.
I’ve been collecting tears for so long of white decor that I thought it was about time. It’s so refreshing and I love the purity and clarity it holds. It opens up the smallest spaces and creates a little heaven.
Water is the element that shapes us. It provides calm and serenity, like a gently flowing river that washes over the earth, nurturing with its minerals and forging new paths of discovery. Read more »
On a warm summer morning, what’s better than waking up and stepping right outside onto your patio, barefoot, with no plans other than to explore the gorgeous, overgrown, garden in your backyard, stopping to admire the newly budding flowers and taking in the most exquisite scents your nostrils have ever experienced? Except that most people I know don’t own such a garden. Because our backyards are the size of our bathrooms. Read more »
Feng Shui is something that has always intrigued me. I definitely believe that having certain décor elements and organizing them a specific way can affect the aura of your home. Read more »
I recently started decorating my fridge – not with magnets on magnets and papers galore, but with pretty pieces of fabric and dainty dried flowers. I needed a little bit of inspiration, so I turned to the internet. What I found was quite possibly even better than fridge décor. Read more »
The visual displays in our stores are always full of unique home decor ideas, right down to the tiniest little details. Read more »
The weather’s getting warmer and we’re starting to feel little hints of that hot summer sun. On a smoldering summer day, what’s better than winding down in a nice cool home? Read more »
When I was younger, we had a white wooden mantel in our dining room. I didn’t get it. Why is that there? What’s the point of having something that looks like a fireplace but in actuality is no such thing? A decade and a half later, I finally get it. Read more »
Our May catalog location, Miami, may be known primarily for its beaches, but one of its other appeals lies in its unique, colorful architecture. The South Beach section of Miami Beach is often referred to as the Art Deco District, home to close to 1000 historic buildings from the 1920s-40s that are a rainbow of colors and stunning examples of Art Deco architecture. Read more »