How to Decorate Like Tory Burch

I saw a feature on Tory Burch’s (stunning) Hamptons home featured in Architectural Digest the other day and decided to do a post on how to achieve her interior design style. Tory’s various homes as well as her shops all tend toward traditional and glam with an eclectic twist, and while just about every store I’ve ever stepped foot in…
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rolling greens nursery

One of my favorite places to visit in Los Angeles is Rolling Greens. The nursery/shop hybrid  has two locations in the city, one in Beverly Hills which I actually posted about before here, and the other perched atop a hill in Culver City. I stopped by the Culver City location a couple of weeks ago to pick up something for…
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bujera fort hotel

Morning! I wanted to share some photos of Bujera Fort hotel in Udaipur, India today even though I couldn’t exactly find the best photos of it online. I read about the hotel in House & Garden magazine the other day and haven’t been able to get it out of my mind since. The owners, Richard Hanlon and Trish McFarlane are two mostly retired…
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bowood

I’ve been in love with the above image for a couple of years, but only recently learned the background of the gorgeous chintz fabric used on the sofa and in the various images I’ve been hoarding that are now posted below. The original fabric is a 19th century print which was discovered by John Fowler of storied British textile company…
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on my radar…

  A (very) random assortment of things I’m currently loving, from a Matisse inspired painter to a very delicious sparking soda… 1. I’m a little bit obsessed with this fabric from British textile designer Penny Morrison, and really want to make a large bolster pillow for my bed with it. A few Etsy shops sell pillows using her fabrics if…
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