The best thing about our renovations moving much slower than expected is the time I’ve now had to let my design choices “soak in.” One of the hardest things about decorating is choosing a style that’s going to stand the test of time, but also one that won’t feel boring or dated at the on-set.
[show_shopthepost_widget id=”2694810″] I’ve spent the past month traveling to tropical places for friend’s weddings and it’s showing in the design that I’m loving right now.
This modern farmhouse is one of my favorite home tours these days striking the difficult balance of practical and pretty. It’s structured spaces are filled with character and vintage details while still looking livable.
\\ Shop The Post // [show_shopthepost_widget id=”2684252″] Spending the majority of last weekend outdoors in Sedona, AZ really made me ready for patio season (and more vacation). The next few weeks of May will be porch gold in Atlanta.
Our navy blue sofa was the first big furniture purchase I bought for our home. I spent weeks researching and planned on a gray and neutral fabric until a sample sale.
The historic single houses, quaint cobble stone streets and lowcountry character really make this city one of a kind.
Every so often I like to pull together some of my favorite art and online shops to find it for anyone craving a little home vibe shake up.
Olivia Babarczy’s home is one that stood out to me when I first saw her inviting dining room with wishbone chairs, lively bookcases…