A Seattle Home by Jeffrey Bilhuber

This stunning Seattle home, published in January 2016 by Architectural Digest, still feels fresh nearly two years on. Empty nesters Lee and Stuart Rolfe enlisted the help of New York decorator Jeffrey Bilhuber for the spacious Northwest abode. The palette if far more subtle that Bilhuber’s usual repetoire, but still boasts plenty of his trademark mix of classicism and whimsy. The gorgeous plaster chandeliers by Démiurge New York remind me of the Giacometti fixtures in the Musee Picasso. What I would give to have one in my own home someday…! Below, explore more of the lovely space. READ POST

Katherine Bryan’s Paris Home by Studio Peregalli

When American socialite Katherine Bryan purchased a dilapidated Paris pied-à-terre she enlisted Italian design firm Studio Peregalli to transform the space from floor to ceiling. Published by Elle Decor, the Left Bank flat (a stone’s throw from the Musée Rodin…the dream!) won Katherine over with its high ceilings and original plaster moldings. I’m personally in love with the home’s cozy library (pictured above, love me some leopard) and the guest bedroom with its custom Turquerie-style sofa bed and canopy. Also of note, the antiqued mirrored walls in the dining room which were hand-painted in a floral design (the result is magical!). Explore more of the grand Parisian abode below. READ POST

My Top Picks: Need Supply Co.

Rinka Woven Tote

I often forget about the shopping heaven that is Need Supply Co and that needs to change. What began as a humble Richmond, Virginia-based boutique selling vintage Levi’s has expanded into a wildly popular online shop packed with chic goodness. The inventory includes sculptural jewels, colorful strappy sandals, affordable summer dresses, porcelain pottery, sleek luggage, and so much more. Did I mention they offer free shipping and returns on orders over $75…? Below, check out my favorites from Need Supply Co. Shop they entire collection here. READ POST