My Current Favorite Kitchen Look

For kitchen backsplashes, nothing beats a good, classic white subway tile in my book.  There are so many varieties- beveled, small, narrow, crackly glazed, hand-formed- but even so,  sometimes you want to use something a little different without making a huge statement.  That’s why all of the sudden I am swooning for kitchens with shiplap backsplashes (entire rooms done in the stuff, frankly) instead of tile.  Yes, it’s the term you can play a drinking game with while watching Fixer Upper, but it’s used constantly for the same reason subway is- its just good, classic design!

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This kitchen by former Boston (now Nashville) designer Stephanie Sabbe is simple and amazing!

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The Beauty of Botanicals

I have long loved classic botanical prints, and am now trying to find the right spot in my house to use some.

This room by Erika Powell is one of my all time favorite uses of this kind of art (I’ve read those are super affordable posters- but I cannot find them online anywhere).  With the grasscloth and white upholstery it’s a modern take on traditional.


A huge grid of smaller prints hung above a green velvet sofa is a showstopper.


Two Books to Add to Your Coffee Table

Or your bookshelf. Wherever you keep your favorite design books (like mine, perhaps, *ahem*).  This fall we will see many of my favorite bloggers release books, including these two- Lauren Liess’ Habitat and Eddie Ross’ Modern Mix.  I was lucky to get advance copies of both of these and can tell you they are both AMAZING, AWESOME and ones you need to purchase.  Knowing how much work, drive and tears goes into getting a book completed and published, I am so happy to help promote these gorgeous tomes.

First up, Lauren’s book.  The cover is beautiful and the interior only gets more so. She is such a crazy talent- the girls in my office ripped this package open faster than a Kardashian can take a selfie.  We all oooohhhed and ahhhhhhed over all of Lauren’s gorgeous work.


There is so much fantastic layering of textures and antiques in her rooms.  And this book also has tons of tips, advice and sources to help you acquire this look.


Fashion Friday: The Fall Investment Boot

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Since my fall wardrobe doesn’t get to be fun due to this certain “condition” I’m in, I am all about footwear.  Luckily, my foot have not swollen at all (yet), so I think I’m relatively safe in buying some new boots to help me spice up my leggings/ sweater uniform.  Number one on my list, a suede over-the-knee boot (flat for me since I’ll be running around with an infant soon). Specifically the Stuart Weitzman Lowland.  Totally an “it girl” shoe, but one that I think works on different women and with different styles.  Here’s some inspiration: