Small Collections

I'm all about small collections. I think having small collections gives a place character and makes it feel home-y. I have small collections of different dishes, glasses, and serving pieces from all over. I've been collecting them for years. Actually, I got into rehabbing furniture because I would want chairs or tables from the stores where... Continue Reading →

Inspiration: Imaginary Rooms

What do I do in my spare time? Create imaginary rooms for my future homes! Here's the latest! It all started with this gorgeous Max Gottschalk bench I stumbled across on 1st Dibs. The rug is from West Elm (!!!) (they have some rugs that are so chic at such a good price point!) The lamp is midcentury (also... Continue Reading →

Ghetto Rigged Rehab

I've been putting off this rocking chair project for over a year because I don't have a clamp to hold the pieces together while the wood glue sets. Call it laziness, call it procrastination, call it I-just-can't-ever-remember-to-buy-the-darned-thing when I go to the hardware store. Today I was feeling inspired and decided "no more excuses" was... Continue Reading →

Love, Love, Loving Thrive Decor

I get a lot of castings on Beverly Boulevard, near where all the furniture shops are located-- like between La Brea and Fairfax. I've always wanted to go into Thrive Decor but always seem to be in too much of a rush. When I make it back, they're usually closed (they close between 4-6 most... Continue Reading →

Speaking of One Kings Lane…

I am obsessed with this antique fruitwood and toile fauteuil featured today. At $1K a pop, it's kinda a lot, but it is just soooo beautiful. Love the clean lines, the details, and the color of the fabric with the stain of the wood. It would be pretty easy to get this look on a diy project... Continue Reading →

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