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It’s the Fourth of July holiday weekend but it doesn’t feel as celebratory this year especially since many people can’t travel or see their family. I’ve put together some things to get you through this weekend whether you will be spending it at home or the beach. My first trip post quarantine was to Sag […]

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Interior designer Remy Renzullo loves to entertain and collects antique china to set his table. He is such an avid collector that he reached out to me on Instagram last summer when I posted photos from the Nantucket Antiques Show to find out which vendor was selling plates in one of his china patterns. The […]

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06 . 29 . 20

Sag Harbor Stunner

I always look at real estate listings when I visit Sag Harbor. When I was trying to find a certain house, I came across photos of another house on Main Street that I pass multiple times each day when I walk to and from Baron’s Cove. This one is not for sale but it was […]

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Quarantine felt like the slowest time ever but now it feels like summer is flying by. The Fourth of July will be here in a week and a half and if you need anything patriotic for your family, I’ve got you covered. You can never go wrong with a Ralph Lauren Cotton Flag Sweater. Striped […]

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There have been many overblown stories about how everyone is leaving New York. While some people have already moved away, there is no mass exodus. But if you are looking to get out, let me recommend moving to England and buying Cecil Beaton’s old abode Reddish House. The 16th-century Queen Anne style English country house […]

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I apologize for the radio silence this week. I started a few interior design posts but just couldn’t get them together. It’s still so hard to find inspiration in quarantine but I’m hoping that a change of scenery next week will help get me back on track. I was lucky enough to receive one of […]

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The Net-a-Porter Sale has started today and I could not be more excited. I was just about to buy the blouse above when it went on sale so I already placed my order. This sale would have normally started before Memorial Day weekend but everything is off schedule this year. But better late than never! […]

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Since most of us don’t even know what day of the week it is anymore, you might have forgotten that Father’s Day is coming up on June 21st. I tried to put together a gift guide this year that takes into account our present circumstances of being at home and not traveling very far this […]

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06 . 10 . 20

Sears Cottage

Some of you might remember that my friend Grant Gibson spends time in Maine every summer. I asked him today if he still planned to go since they have a two week quarantine for anyone coming into the state. I have read they might change this since most of the businesses in the state depend […]

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Last year flew by because I traveled so much. I probably don’t have to tell you how long the last three months of quarantine have felt. New York City has just entered Phase One of reopening so I hope this means we are close to getting back to a more normal feeling life again. I […]

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06 . 03 . 20

Pearls of Wisdom

I had originally planned a post on pearl jewelry for this week since pearls are the birthstone for the month of June. Even though my birthstone is diamond, I prefer the luminosity of pearls. The post didn’t seem as relevant after the events of this week until I came across a feature on 55 Black-Owned […]

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When I wake up in the morning, I look forward to seeing the garden posts on Instagram from those I follow in the United Kingdom. There is nothing better than a lush and green English garden and no one is a better gardener than Monty Don. I find his photos to be quite soothing in […]

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