book club

I’ve been completely MIA from my blog for a while, but my excuse is that I was in Greece all last week and was just having too much fun (and also the wifi was a bit spotty). I’m in London now for a couple of days with my mom and am planning to share photos from both Greece and England…
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chateau de gudanes

Have you heard of Chateau de Gudanes? It’s an eighteenth century chateau in the South of France that an Australian family has purchased and is restoring, sharing their progress online and via instagram. I had read about the project a few years ago when they first bought it (their story has been featured on Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar) but forgot…
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an interview with mary elizabeth peterson

Today I’m sharing a little interview with Mary Elizabeth Peterson, a contemporary abstract artist based in Connecticut. I first discovered her work via Pottery Barn (where so many good things come from), as she currently sells some work on their site like this gorgeous painting that I’m hoping to buy soon. Read on to learn about her inspirations and how…
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Vintage Shopping Tips

  Today I have a little interview I did with my friend Annette, the vintage and antique shopping expert and blogger behind A Vintage Splendor. She’s always wearing something amazing that she found at a thrift shop or instagramming a killer flea market find, so I asked her to share some of her shopping tips and secrets. Luckily she obliged and now…
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tgif – weekend links

-Have you read Sheryl Sandberg’s incredibly touching essay on grieving her husband? I just can’t imagine. She’s very brave for publicly sharing her thoughts. -An interesting look at how real life and ‘Entourage’ life intertwine for the movie’s actors. Are you going to see the movie? I definitely will, the series was so entertaining! Plus, Adrien Grenier. -Net a Porter’s…
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the paris flea market

Justin and I spent the other morning at the sprawling Paris Flea Market. I’ve been a couple of times in the past, but on this trip I discovered just how enormous it really is. It’s famous for a reason! Some people say that the Saint Ouen market is “over” and too touristy now, and while that is probably relatively true…
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