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Recent Reads: May and June

  Garlic and Sapphires, by Ruth Reichl (audiobook) I love this book. I read it a long time ago and decided to re-read on audiobook, and it’s just a great story for foodies, and really well-written. This book is a memoir of Ruth’s time as the NY Times restaurant critic (from … Read more ››

NYC Guide: Rice to Riches

I hardly ever seem to meet or talk to anyone who shares my intense love of rice pudding, but I myself am obsessed with it. So when I found that there was a place downtown that serves exclusively rice pudding, I knew I needed to visit- and it definitely did not disappoint. … Read more ››

Well Said: A Room Without Books

Ok, so possibly it’s a myth that Cicero actually said this…but naturally, I love the quote nonetheless.   image via SF Girl by Bay with text added by me Read more ››

A Masculine Studio Apartment

Whenever someone asks me to describe my decorating style, the first word that pops to my mind is “feminine.” I love pink, I love florals, I love…more pink. So imagine my surprise when I discovered that the inspiration image above that I’d fallen in serious love with (I screenshot it … Read more ››

Ask Me!

I love when bloggers do question and answer posts or videos, so I thought it might be fun to do the same here! I’d love to hear from you guys and I think it would be great to maybe do a weekly post addressing any questions that you all might have … Read more ››

A Fashionable Collaboration: Pucci x Ladurée

By now you all know how I love Ladurée’s macaron boxes, especially when they team up with another awesome brand to create something amazing. Each box seems to be prettier and more special than the last, but their latest collaboration with Pucci has to be my favorite yet. They released two limited … Read more ››

China: Through the Looking Glass

My Mom and I recently visited the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s current Costume Institute exhibition, entitled “China: Through the Looking Glass.” The exhibition wove from the Anna Wintour Costume Center downstairs all the way upstairs through the museum’s extensive collection of Asian art, highlighting high fashion inspired by Chinese history and aesthetics, … Read more ››

On My Wishlist: Blush Linen Sheets

image via Remodelista I’ve always had a love for that boho bedding look (which I wrote about here) – the whole relaxed, makes-you-want-to-jump-right-in vibe, where it’s just really undone and casual but cozy looking….and I’ve realized that linen bedding seems to be the cornerstone of this look. I thought for a … Read more ››

Move Loot: A New Way to Buy and Sell Furniture

This is a sponsored post in collaboration with Move Loot.  I say it all the time, but I think vintage furniture adds so much character and life to a space. Hunting down great secondhand pieces can be a challenge at times, which is why I was excited to be made aware of Move … Read more ››

Photo Essays: On The Sound

These pictures were taken while I was home on Long Island over Memorial Day weekend, when I took a quick drive down to the beach with my Dad and brother to get a few shots of the Long Island Sound. It’s funny…I absolutely hated the beach while I was growing up. I’ve … Read more ››