Botanical prints are no longer the wallflowers of interior design. Floral prints, big and small, have been a trend on the runways and as we know, that always trickles down to home interiors as well. Floral and plant prints are a fun and feminine trend that always cycles back into favor and this year their popularity is
Unique Home Library Design Ideas
Are you a book lover and happy to collect books ? Have a dream to create a personal library ? If there is an empty space in your home you should not make a special room for your personal library. H…
Lifestyle: The ideal tome show
I'd put the giant tv where the sofa is, but this is completely what I want for our living room.
So much more than a storage solution, a bookcase area adds drama.
Our Reading Room Refresh + 3D Family Doll Tutorial and a VIDEO!
We've wrapped up so many campaigns over the last couple months and it's fun to finally be able to spill some of the projects we've been working on. Before Polly was born, we were asked
O'Nella Residence, Pune: A Family Home with Luxury and Sustainability Integration for A Contemporary Lifestyle | Futurist Architecture
The architect creates a design for this house which is sensitive to its existing environment and vegetation. This house is the literal manifestation of a tranquil haven with an extravagance efficiency
Dreamin' & Readin' in a Blizzard
Preppy Empty Nester: Dreamin' & Readin' in a Blizzard
Hello, dear friends. Wednesday evening was filled with laughter, great food, and lively conversation at my book club. It was hosted by a lovely lady at a charming antique home that was adorned with black shutters and a red door. Quintessential New England. I just texted my #2 to warn her that she is going to get slammed with snow. She informed me last night that the stomach flu has been running rampant through her college. Part of the reason for this is that the school is not doling out excused absences for illness this week. Can you imagine a worse combo - a blizzard, the flu, and a bunch of crazy college students? Ugh. Believe it or not, Boston is at the edge of the storm this time. I'm hoping that we don't have much because we have a party invite for Saturday evening with some very fun people. If I have to buy a sled with Chili and Chowdah leading it to get me there, I will. Chowdah & Chili in training. I dedicate this post to all my blog buddies who are facing a mother of a storm this weekend. Find a cozy corner and read a good book. Or tune into a good movie or if you need some exercise, binge watch a series. Bundle up and enjoy your free time. Now if you have small children or whiny teens - been there, done that - you have my deepest sympathy. Here are a few of my favorite books that I recommend for a snowbound weekend. Houzz Amazon Just finished this book, and positively adored it. Buzzfeed Amazon One of my all time faves. Warning: do not read without tissues. Buzzfeed Amazon Sequel to Me Before You and I liked it just as much. Amazon This book has a great story centering around a political family and glamorous women, just like me. Freshome Amazon Another one of my all time faves. Two of my book club buddies feel the same way. Amazon Darling story. Tmagazine Amazon A great story about a most lovable curmudgeon. BH&G Amazon Loads of twists and turns in this mystery. Pinterest Amazon A sweet story centering around an enchanting southern couple dealing with love and sacrifice. It is beautifully written by a fellow blogger, Kristy Woodson Harvey, from Design Chic. Pinterest Amazon Read this one in two sittings. It's no wonder I'm chunky curvy. New England Home Amazon If you're crazy about dogs and appreciate a good love story, this book is for you. Betsy Speert If you don't feel like reading, I highly recommend this award- winning series. Amazon Any recommendations for our snowbound friends? Until next time...
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Antelope Print Is the Versatile Pattern That Keeps This Home Cohesive
Reading Nook with Stark Antelope carpet, Jasper's Malmaison fabric sofa, green chairs, and teal blue walls - design by Chloe Warner
Bonus: It's even great at hiding crumbs.