I love how tying a black sash into a bow around a collared shirt, or even around something as simple as a white tee, can completely transform an ensemble . . .
Getting a peak into just about anything Kelly Wearstler designs is always inspiring. Case in point: her 11,000 square foot Beverly Hills Georgian mansion. She has such an incredible knack for reworking the most traditional palette into something luxuriously and unusually modern. Her daring mix of oversized objets and bold patterns is a great reminder to take risks and experiment!
A few weeks ago, we showed you how to update a vintage rhinestone gem into a vibrant, statement necklace. This week, inspired by one of the classic rhinestone bracelets from our Bauble Bar collection, we’re giving our wrists some much needed love with an even easier DIY. We’re also using silk thread in place of embroidery floss as the sheen and delicateness compliments the bracelet so nicely. Let’s get braiding!
The fiddle-leaf fig ficus, or ficus lyrata, is hands down my favorite indoor house plant. These living art sculptures are characterized by large, stiff, and almost leather like dark green leaves radiating off wooden stems. It’s also super hardy – ideal for all of you with black thumbs out there!