My feet are tired and my heart is happy!
It took a tremendous amount of take out food and my village of parents and friends but Lord-Help-Me....we are in the new house!
I am not even going to get into it but nothing has made me feel as old as this move has. I am just brain dead and worn out and I can't find my foundation and I am not entirely mad about that. (Ha!)
But I feel incredibly blessed to have this home and be in it with these folks that I love so dearly. I am just saying, a pedicure and nap are in my future. Probably incredibly distant future. You know, Grayson turning 15 kind of future but damn it....it is there. Read More
Making vision boards is so calming to me, I don't know why. The last few weeks have been so incredibly stressful for me that I am finding focusing on being creative as a great way to just release.
My point is....my crazy shit is your gain! I rarely, if ever, do a Thursday post...but here ya go. Read More
Earlier this week, I discussed some of my favorite ways you can incorporate Dorothy Draper touches into your own home. Personally, I adore her style. I love the dramatic touches: the shiny metals, the dramatic patterns and bold colors. But, I got to thinking about some of my friends who are much more modern. And all of that drama wouldn't exactly appeal to them.
So, I give to you my vision for a very modern spin on Dorothy Draper touches. Read More
I keep thinking about how I would describe Dorothy Draper. And the best description I have is that she was the OG of Style. A designer, a socialite, a mother, a wife and a female business owner... Dorothy Draper was a trailblazer. She pushed the limits of decor with her bright colors and big patterns. She pushed the limits of social expectations by opening what many consider the first interior design studio. Read More
As we have established here, I have a thing for foyers. It is probably a deep rooted jealousy, honestly. I have never lived in a place that was large enough to have an actual entryway. Usually it was like hovel and the door opened up straight into the room. If I was a lucky, a renter from a million years ago left a hook or something by the front door. Read More