Sunday, September 9, 2018

Art Refresh

Rethinking some of the art in my living room, and stumbled across these amazing marker drawings by artist Ronan Bouroullec, so so lovely!

Thursday, August 2, 2018

Another Craigslist Makeover

I'm at it again.
Here's a 2 piece china cabinet that would look sooo much more lovely on a modern welded stand.

Monday, February 26, 2018

Boxy and Baggy

All of a sudden my Pintrest page is filling up with baggy sweaters and slightly distressed vintage boxy jeans. Some of those 100% cotton jeans don't have a whole lot of give, but I still say this is the best trend for a post baby bod, THANKS UNIVERSE.

Monday, December 18, 2017

Bringing Color Back

After searching for the perfect shades of grey, beige, greige, and white I'm finally ready to bring some color back! Thinking of going bold with a stair runner, and I'm in love with these polished stone earrings.

Saturday, November 18, 2017

Hey I'm going to NOLA

*Every once in a while I'll get an e-mail from a friend, like hey I'm going to (Paris, Puerto Rico, NYC ect.) what do you recommend, so I think I'm going to try to turn these e-mails into some sort of organized list of suggestions/ideas for their trip...and yours too, so here is another
Some things to know...
New Orleans is not your personal drunken playground. Please be respectful people live and work in this amazing city. Sure you can drink on the street and in general there is a “laissez faire” attitude that lets you get away with more than you would in another city, but don’t push it.
Ok that’s my disclaimer, now laissez les bons temps rouler!

Where to Stay- There are a million sweet neighborhoods in The Big Easy. I personally love the posh Garden District with its impressive mansions. For something more “hip” stay in The Bywater, or Faubourg Marigny. If you need a swank roof top pool check out the Central Business District. Otherwise Air B&B is full of amazing houses. No matter where you stay be aware of your surroundings at all times, New Orleans like many other cities is a “block by block” kinda place, meaning you could be strolling through the mansions of the Garden District and go one block north and find yourself in an area of town where you shouldn’t be.

What to Do- Mostly you’ll just be eating and drinking! But we’ll get to that in a second. MUSIC, plan to see as much live music as possible, either at Preservation Hall, or Le Bon Temps Roule where The Soul Rebels have a standing gig on Thursdays. The cemeteries should also be on your list, some you can wander at your leisure, others require you be on a guided tour. Last but not least, I highly recommend a Bayou tour. A few are within the city limits but Bayou Lafourche is about 25 min away by car and is amazing.

Eat Drink and be Merry- Finally it’s time for a list of where to eat and drink. You could walk into 
any ole place and have a great meal in NOLA, but for the full experience don’t forget to eat your way through the city with these items: Po Boy at Domilise Sandwhich Shop and Bar, A muffuletta at any of these places, Beignets of course at Cafe du Monde, Gumbo at Commanders Palace, A Sazerac at Carousel Bar, a Daiquiri from New Orleans Original Daiquiris (a bunch of locations), Oysters at Acme Oyster House (either raw or charbroiled) most likely there will be a line out the door. and finally a Hurricane, if you can stomach that much fruity booze.

Friday, October 13, 2017

Craigslist Makeover

Does anyone else ever look at a piece and think WOAH, it could be so good with a bunch of work, probably more work than I'm willing or able to put into it, HA

Thursday, August 10, 2017


on the hunt for the perfect utility jumpsuit / boilersuit
stay tuned!