Anthropologie has been a favorite shopping destination of mine for quite some time and recently, the company has upped its game by expanding upon its Anthropologie At Home line. I browsed through the Fall collection this morning and it's safe to say I'd like nearly one of everything. Read on for some of my favorite picks!Read More
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I'll be the first to admit my obsession with rugs. I just love how they can complete a room (and how cozy they feel under foot). But rugs can also be expensive (especially if you have larger rooms to fill). So today, I'm going to focus on the unsung heroes that are typically overlooked: runners (and how they can absolutely transform your bathroom).Read More
One of my favorite bloggers, Emily Schuman, just released photos of the new LA office of Cupcakes and Cashmere -- and I have say, I LOVE every inch of the space. If I had my own office, it would look exactlylike this. Read on to see a few of my favorite shots...Read More
I'm excited to finally share the full reveal of my Jefferson Project! Recently, I've been helping a friend in Hoboken redesign the living room of her new apartment. The project actually began as a simple gallery wall collaboration and install, but we quickly expanded it to include the full living room and I'm really glad that we did!
Read on to see shots of the newly redesigned space!Read More
As you know, I've been helping my friend, Tiziana, design a nursery for her baby girl who's due in June -- and it's been so much fun! Up until this point, I've only designed boys' nurseries (luck of the draw), so planning a room for a little girl was a new challenge. We used gray and light pink as our color palette and are so happy with how it turned out! Read on for additional details and to see photos of the nursery...Read More
A friend recently moved into a new apartment in Hoboken and asked me to help design the layout of her living room. Since she's often hosting friends, we need a space that can easily transform into the perfect gathering spot for book club meetings or a girls' night in. Read on to see the mood board I've created for the space!Read More
I'm currently working on a really fun gallery wall for an apartment in Hoboken that I just can't wait to share! Gallery walls in general are usually tons of fun to put together (as you know, I hung my own gallery wall just a few weeks ago!) -- but it's even more exciting to work with someone who shares a similar taste in art and photography. Read on for a sneak peek at some of some of the art we're planning to include!Read More
One of my favorite parts about living in Hoboken is the amazing boutique shopping that this wonderful city has to offer. And, given my love for all things interior design (and candles!), one of my favorite stores in town is Luna Rosa. This uptown Washington Street store is packed with beautiful textiles and unique homegoods from local artists that you can't find anywhere else, so I never leave empty-handed.
And, since it's FRI-YAY, Luna Rosa and I have partnered to give one lucky reader one of my very favorite items -- a beautiful D.L.&Co. candle! Read on details!Read More
I have a thing for gallery walls and ever since we moved into our condo (two years ago...), I've been meaning to put one up. Well, the time has finally come! Check out my most recent post for Hoboken Girl, where I detail the process and share my tips for how to design your own gallery wall (and, of course, to see how my wall turned out!)Read More
This past week, I began helping a friend design a nursery for her baby girl. Our color scheme is pink, gray, and white, and we're planning to mix and match furniture and materials to create an eclectic room that can grow with her daughter...Read More
A few months ago, I began helping my friend, Lynn, design an elephant-themed nursery for her son. Well, now that her little boy has been born and the room is complete, I'm excited to finally share how it turned out!Read More
While we've lived in our home for over two years, the master bedroom has remained the one semi-neglected room in our house (after all, I had to first focus my energy on our living room and then, of course, the nursery.... right??) Priorities...
We've slowly been adding some artwork, accessories, and other personal touches to make it even cozier and I hope to share an update of the redesigned room soon! In the meantime, read on to view the mood board I've created to help me envision the space's potential.Read More
When we first moved into our condo, we purchased this popular open shelving unit from Ikea (which was just recently discontinued) for our living room -- and I have to say, I've loved having it in our home! However, despite how versatile this piece is, it simply isn't baby-friendly. So, I'm now on the hunt for a sturdier replacement piece that will tie in nicely with the rest of our furniture while still providing adequate living room storage.Read More
Lately, Target has totally been on point with its rug collection. Between collaborations with Nate Berkus, Safavieh, Threshold and Mudhut, there are more than enough fabulous rugs to fill any home (and to fit any budget).
Read on for my top picks (and the ones I would have already pulled the trigger on if only we had more bare floors...)Read More
Did you know that Emily & Meritt have just released their very first capsule for Pottery Barn Kids?! The collection is full of metallics, bold patterns, and vintage-inspired touches. If Jake's nursery wasn't already complete, I'd be all over this... See below for my very favorite pieces from the collection:Read More
This past week I've been helping my friend, Lynn, design a calm, gray and white nursery for her baby boy. Living in New York City and converting an office/guest room into a nursery is always a challenge, but I think we were able to come up with some really great ideas using pieces of furniture she already owns and a few accents to round out the space.Read More
I can finally say that the nursery is nearly complete so I should be ready to share a reveal within the next week or so! The only thing that's missing is a piece of artwork to fill a large blank wall over a sofa in the room.Read More
When I first found out I was pregnant, I knew that I wanted to create a very special nursery for our baby. So when it was confirmed we were having a boy, I immediately got to work brainstorming color schemes, themes (did we even need one??), and the overall mood that I wanted the room to evoke.
When planning the move to Hoboken, I knew that decorating our new home would be a really exciting (and daunting!) project. For the past five years, we had lived in small 1BR Manhattan apartments with limited space, nearly non-existent kitchens, poor natural light, and white plaster walls. Buying a new home across the Hudson not only gave us more square footage, but also the freedom to finally customize as we saw fit.Read More