My journey with reading has come a long way. I remember hating to read when I was in school and was forced to read novels and textbooks that had no interest to me. College came along and I felt the same way about books, and then towards the end of college I noticed a shift in my thoughts. Did I actually like reading when I was able to choose the books I wanted to read? Turns out, I did! Kind of weird how that happens, huh?Read More
Yep, it’s that time of year! We love styling and putting together everything that goes into our look books. The best part is sharing all of the photos with you! Hopefully this inspires you a bit and gives you a look into how each of our products can be used in your home. :)Read More
Dried oranges add that touch of whimsy, vintage charm that everyone wants this time of year. Not only are they an easy craft, it’s extremely inexpensive! Use your dried orange slices as cute attachments to gifts, add a ribbon and make an ornament, or string them up for a garland look. So many possibilities!Read More
It’s that time of year! Tis’ the season for holiday parties and get togethers, all of which require some sort of a gift for the host/hostess. Host/hostess gifts are often times purchased last minute, which is completely understandable during all the holiday madness. But this year, why not plan ahead and purchase something truly special (and useful!) for your favorite party thrower?! We all love to receive wine and champagne, but this year, let’s get a little more creative and impress THEM with your gift giving skills. I know they would appreciate it!Read More
In my opinion, any pumpkin is a good pumpkin! I love, love, LOVE pumpkins (ask my husband, I have a problem). To me, they symbolize Autumn in so many ways and bring so much life any joy into our home after a hot and dry summer here in the PNW.
I love heading to a local farm to pick out our fair share of pumpkins as early as possible, so we really get our money’s worth. I also get to enjoy them for a little bit longer too! I’m also not opposed to plastic pumpkins either. We actually have a few of those in our home from when we lived in Chicago, when lugging large pumpkins on the El train wasn’t our idea of a fun time.Read More