A Bunch Of Shards

It’s the vibrant cobalt color found in traditional Japanese pottery that inspires Israeli artist Zemer Peled to create her flower sculptures from blue hued ceramic shards. She builds sheets of clay, fires them, smashes them to thousands…

Mural Walls

There’s something so beautifully theatrical about wall murals – one of the oldest...

Tavin

There’s nothing I love more than wearing comfortable, barely sheer cotton dresses in the summer. So when you come across a boutique like Tavin, that reworks vintage pieces for that modern fit, you take note…

Club Monaco Beach Report

While in NY last week, I stumbled upon Club Monaco‘s 5th Avenue Flatiron location and was not only blown away by the impressive psychical transformation of the store (I know, it’s been awhile!), but also drawn to all…

Globetrotting With Chairish

My newfound obsession with Chairish began with this pineapple lamp, which is quite honestly, the lamp of my tropical dreams. And when you find something that good, it really just doesn’t stop at one. But wait –…

DIY Tassel Greek Sandals

I live for the moments when I come across a material or element that has the potential to spark an infinite amount of ideas. When I spotted these mini silk tassels, from this gem of…

Frances Loom

I have my mother in law to thank for my infatuation with rugs. I always had a great appreciation for her extensive collection and even benefitted from her loaners when my husband and I moved into our…

Jennie Kwon 2015

Jennie Kwon is at it again with yet another lustworthy collection, I’m not quite sure there is enough room on my fingers or ears to accommodate all dainty and delicate prettiness. I love Jennie’s knack for cleverly incorporating…