There’s something about glass domes that just tugs the teeny tiny strings of my heart. I think it’s their ability to encapsulate a certain area, creating a mini world for us to examine and admire; a mini world inside the giant world that surrounds us. Read More
On the corner of a quiet little street is a cute little house; a place two incredibly sweet, incredibly creative Free People girls call home. Nikki and Kellyn have turned this adorable house into one of the coziest, most magical spaces I’ve ever stepped foot into. Read More
There’s something incredibly desirable about a room filled with eclectic décor. Each piece tells a different story… about where it’s been, what it’s seen — and together they create a bigger, more broad story… one that we get to experience visually as we look around, taking in all of the different colors, textures, and styles.
What is it about the details of a space that can make it feel so cozy? What is it about imperfection that does this even moreso? Read More
Plants and kitchenware. It only seems natural that I would combine these things for a way to decorate the home… I always try to surround myself with nature in any way possible, and in the last few years I’ve acquired an ever-growing collection of vintage kitchenware. It somewhat saddens me to keep all of my gorgeous glasses hidden in the kitchen cabinet when they’re not in use, so I discovered another use for them: as planters. Read More
The onset of November means winter is well on its way. The unavoidable dip in temperature means we spend more time indoors… which is great news for those who love decorating, like myself. To me, there’s nothing better than spending a winter evening in a warm, cozy home, surrounded by people that make you happiest. Read More
There’s something about test tubes that I’ve always loved. Maybe it’s their clean, simple shape; maybe it’s their natural cork tops; maybe it’s just the hidden science-lover in me… I finally got my hands on some, and wanted to come up with a unique way to use them. Read More
Now that the leaves are just beginning to change color where we are in Philadelphia, it’s the perfect time to bring some into home as a form of décor. What I really love about decorating with leaves is that it’s a short-lived thing. Leaves only change color for a short period of time, and once you pluck them from a tree, it’s only a matter of time before they dry up. This forces us to really appreciate every moment of beauty that these colored pieces of nature give to us. Here are two ways I love to decorate my walls with autumn tree leaves. Read More
The right curtains have the ability to pull an entire room together, making it look complete. Read More
I’ve always dreamed of having a room in my home where the floor is covered in a sea of pillows and blankets, and nothing else. While a room like that is out of the question in my current one-room apartment, I still think it’s important to create a space that’s dedicated to relaxation. This kind of environment is calming for the soul, and it also promotes creativity. Read More
There is something so astounding about all the leaves changing color in the fall. I’m always mesmerized by the beauty that’s created among the trees as different leaves are at different stages of change, prior to falling gracefully to the ground. It’s as if you’re starting directly at real life artwork… because that’s exactly what you’re doing. Read More
I go through phases every once in a while when I get really sick of my apartment, and that’s when I know it’s time for some redecorating. It tends to happen around the turn of the season, which makes sense. As the weather and our wardrobes are changing, spring’s pastel palette and neon summer hues are replaced by rustic, muted shades and cozy textures. For my home, though, I want to bring some green indoors so that I can still enjoy it once the leaves fall from the trees. Here’s some of my current home décor inspiration!