Every year I try to put true meaning to every gift I buy. I think about each person I am buying for and what their interests are. I think about the costs of each item and try to plan accordingly for my gift list as a whole. Sometimes I get lucky and I find something that will not just be a good gift for one person on my list, but it would be something many people like. That's why I really love our gift guide this year. I really think the items in there will not just work for one person on your list, but potentially a few of them. Below is a list of some of my favorites, that you can bet some people from my list will be getting this year.
With Thanksgiving so late this year, the season is feeling crazier and busier than usual. Whether you’re cooking a feast, dining out, or keeping it simple with some comfort food, there’s always a lot of energy (and occasional chaos). A few moments of gratitude — for family, friends, your home, anything — can make all the difference.
Even though white-on-white interior design has a habit of being called “trendy,” I think it’s a timeless look for kitchens and bathrooms. For spaces where you want to feel clean and refreshed, the monochrome palette can be a great choice—and you can always decorate with pops of color, fun accessories, or fresh greenery (depending on the season).
The holidays have begun and so have the parties. Whether you are hosting or invited to the next soiree these are some party essentials that will make any dish or drink look amazing. I love a good party and I always enjoy seeing how other people decorate. Also, I enjoy coming up with new ways to display my food or drink options.
While I don't work on the design side of things with Sarah, I do love to see when her projects are finished. The team did an amazing job on transforming this home into a mountain modern oasis. The black window frames really bring the outside in framing the exterior like a picture. The neutral colors with the wood accents are so comforting and relaxing.