If you are anything like me, and are still procrastinating gift shopping, or have no idea what to buy, may I suggest a few gift ideas for the home? I rounded up some beautiful items that any gal with a taste for rad home goods will go gaga over. And the best part? They are all under $200. Happy shopping!
White Marble Seashell Box This beautiful mix of marble and gold is perfect for that dream beachfront home. A girl can dream, can’t she? No matter where your home is situated, this is is a beautiful accessory that can go in the bedroom or the living room.
A set of Moscow Mule mugs These gorge minimalist copper mugs are a must-have for the Mule lover. Grab a set of four and DIY a gift box that includes the makings for a perfect Moscow Mule. Voila! read more
Whoa. Did I just hear this correctly? CB2 has teamed up with Lenny Kravitz for a stylish furniture and home decor collection? I’m abashedly late to the game, as this interior collection launched for presale September 15 – 16. And I literally can hardly breathe from the inspiration high of this modern take on sexy, 70’s chic interior design. read more
As you know, home decorating has been my number one creative priority right now. Of course, I am still shopping for clothes and shoes. Sigh. What!!? Fall is coming and I must keep the wardrobe on fleek. Cut a chick some slack. Lately, I have been eyeing area rugs that will fit not only within my space’s theme, but also within my budget. I do have one confession to make however; I am breaking the rules. I have carpeted floors in the living room and bedroom. And guess what? I plan to slap those rugs right on the carpet. read more
I’m brushing up on my interior design skills and currently in the throws of redecorating my apartment to freshen things up, and to make things a bit more cohesive, and simply prettier. This has me all excited and inspired over home décor and interior design. It always comes in waves. Check out my current and favorite interior finds. Now, if I could only stop shopping for shoes and take my behind to HomeGoods, I could make something happen.
I have been curating my gallery wall in my little office corner for the past two years. And although it’s a very modest wall, I love it. Why has it taken me so long to pull it together? Well, I must process finding the perfect prints, the framing process and price, and finally, deciding whether I want to spend money on another framed print, or a new dress. And did I mention the framing process and price?