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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 […]

Yesterday, I had the opportunity to tour the new One Kings Lane store in the downtown Soho neighborhood of New York. The store doesn’t officially open to the public until Friday, November 2nd but many people already were trying to open the door to get inside to shop. Once you look through my photos, you’ll […]

Get Guest Ready

10 . 30 . 18

The holidays are quickly approaching and that means lots of entertaining of friends and family. To get your home ready for guests, there is no better place to shop than Walmart. They have a wide range of furniture and home decor products such as sofas, coffee tables, and bar carts, that work with any interior […]

Chic Family Rectory

10 . 25 . 18

While I love English manor houses, they aren’t exactly practical for most people which is why I love rectories, vicarages, and parsonages. They are the smaller homes that were reserved for members of the clergy located next to the local church. Since they are a more manageable size, they are usually more relatable and offer […]

If you’ve ever taken a walk on the Upper East Side or West Village during October, you’ll see houses with over the top decorations for Halloween. Some are so scary that I avoid during certain streets during this time of year. I personally prefer chicer home decor and tabletop pieces that can transition from Halloween […]

I’ve never been to New Orleans so I’ve been thinking of planning a trip this winter. Now that the Hotel Peter and Paul has just opened, I have even more motivation to visit The Big Easy. The hotel, restaurant, cafe, bar, library, and event space are located in an abandoned group of 19th-century buildings that […]

It’s rainy and cold this morning. Perfect day to stay in bed, especially a bedroom as cozy and warm looking as interior designer Andrew Brown‘s redecorated space. Andrew recently participated in The Schumacher Challenge in which he updated his bedroom using fabrics and wallcoverings from their Orient Express Collection. He upholstered the walls in a […]

Steven Gambrel has been at it again. He recently renovated the Captain Osborne Edwards House from 1854 at 27 Suffolk Street in Sag Harbor with Timeless Homes and now it can be yours for $6,795,000 via Corcoran. The six bedroom home has been updated with modern conveniences including a pool and pool/guest house and all those […]