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It’s interesting how I managed to get a blog post up every day I was in Miami but since I’ve been back I haven’t been able to get it together. I’ve been feeling exhausted so if you have any tips on things to do besides drink water which I’ve been doing, please let me know […]

Christmas Classic

11 . 29 . 18

I spent today pulling boxes of Christmas decorations from the top of my hall closet and decorating my apartment. I’m exhausted and can’t imagine having to decorate an entire house. I’m sure people space the decorating out for a week or have help so I’m sure it’s manageable. One designer who makes me wish I […]

Pitshill House

11 . 28 . 18

As you know, I love a good English home and this one is a show stopper. Of course, Pitshill wasn’t that way before interior designer Edward Bulmer renovated the Georgian house for its owners the Hon Charles Pearson and his wife Lila. You can see the state it was in before he began from the before photos […]

I don’t know anyone who decorates chicer for Christmas than Suzanne Rheinstein. The Los Angeles based interior designer incorporates many Southern traditions in her decorations based on her childhood upbringing in New Orleans. They include citrus fruits, gilded magnolia leaves, and pomanders among other things. I posted some of these photos from One Kings Lane a […]

Happy Thanksgiving!

11 . 21 . 18

As we all know, Thanksgiving is as much about food as it is about giving thanks. My kitchen is the size of a wet bar so obviously I won’t be doing the cooking this year. I dream of having a normal sized kitchen which is why I’m always pinning them on Pinterest. I also love […]

It’s no surprise that interior designer Ken Fulk‘s book was titled Mr. Ken Fulk’s Magical World because he really is a magician. No where is this more apparent that his newest creation the Saint Joseph’s Arts Society in an old historic church San Francisco that sat empty since an earthquake. The private arts and social club has […]

Baronscourt

11 . 14 . 18

I love old houses and especially those in the United Kingdom. I realized recently it’s probably because they usually stay in one family for hundreds of years so each generation adds something that gives them a collected look rather than a decorated one. It’s even more amazing that one actually decorated by the legendary interior […]

I love seeing my favorite people on Instagram have their homes featured in a magazine. I posted about Jack Laver Brister two years ago in my post Instagram Chic: Trad Chap and now his home in Frome, Somerset in England that he shares with his partner Richard Nares can be seen in House & Garden. It’s the […]

Long time readers know that I wear a lot of grey fashions in the fall and winter. The color looks good against my honey/caramel hair and it’s not as harsh as black. It also shows a lot less lint. While I’ve already been wearing grey sweaters, I have just pulled out my heavier grey wool […]

While I was in Philadelphia this weekend, one of the places I made Heidi Wynne visit with me was the nation’s oldest residential street, Elfreth’s Alley. The street dates to 1702 where thirty-two Federal and Georgian residences built from 1728-1836, stand as reminders of the early days of Philadelphia. We weren’t the only ones interested in […]

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