Garza Marfa Chairs

It’s past midnight in Austin (more on that later!) and I’m sitting here, wide awake in my hotel room, obsessing over these leather chairs that seem to be a ubiquitous fixture in Texas. Turns out, these rustic, yet chic, chairs…

Iron Beds

The hunt has begun to track down an antique wrought-iron bed frame. I love that it’s ornate, yet understated, feel adds that old-world charm that my apartment craves.

Justina Blakeney For Hygge & West

The drawing’s on the wall. Jungalow Queen Justina Blakeney‘s latest collaboration with wallpaper purveyors Hygge & West is . . . well, very Jungalicious. Each of the 5 styles in the collection, available in multiple color ways, boast adorable…

Cabin Cabin Cabin

I just returned from my third annual birthday trip to Joshua Tree and had the pleasure of staying at my friends Kathrin and Brian Smirke‘s charming home. Cabin Cabin Cabin is a rustic, bohemian oasis nestled in…

Living Roofs

Turf houses are the coolest. Literally. For centuries, this style was used in parts of Iceland and Norway due to difficult climates as it offered superior insulation, keeping houses dry and warm. Why are we not…

Mapesbury Road

The home of jewelry designer and interior stylist Marianne Cotterill makes my heart go pitter patter. Her 6,000 sq foot London sprawl, which was build in 1885, is full of eclectic treasures and unique original features.…

Mad For Plaid

Nothing used to feel more tragic than the end of summer. However, over...

A Treasure Trove In Topanga Canyon

Toms founder Blake Mycoskie’s Topanga Canyon home is a trove of all the worldly treasures he and his wife have collected over the years. A Balinese desk is the centerpiece of Blake’s office, a Cameroonian drop cloth tops…

Herringbone Wood Floors

I’m in love with herringbone wood floors. They bring such a uniquely dynamic, yet subtle, feel to any large room and looks especially chic with crisp white walls. The earliest examples of parquet floors can be…