Beautiful Bowood

If you love the English country house style, chances are you’re a fan of Bowood. The classic Colefax and Fowler design was based on a document originally discovered by John Fowler at Bowood House and has been in production since the 1930s. As far as I’m concerned, the 100% cotton chintz is the epitome of granny chic. I love it on headboards, walls, sofas—-you name it. Below, find some lovely uses of Bowood, which you can shop here. READ POST

Calhoun Sumrall’s Greenwich Village Penthouse

This gorgeous apartment belonging to Ralph Lauren fashion executive Calhoun Sumrall stopped me in my tracks. Published by Elle Decor, the 19th century Greenwich Village penthouse was designed in the Mission Revival style. Now decorated with Sumrall’s treasures collected from around the world, the interiors include faux bamboo chairs, Persian rugs, and Italian ceramics. I can’t get enough of his artful mix. Explore more of the lovely home below. READ POST

Best of Etsy: Keyhole Collection Stationery

If you share my love for antique illustrations and pretty paper goods, Keyhole Collection will be right up your alley. Based in the United Kingdom, the charming Etsy shop creates a variety of greeting cards with clever vintage charm. All the pieces are letterpressed using a playful palette of inks. Whatever the occasion, from new homes to new babies, they’ve got you covered. Explore more of Keyhole collection below, and shop their entire collection here. READ POST

Le Coucou New York

Several lovely restaurants have opened in New York since my last visit (I haven’t been back since we got hitched in 2016!) and I’m eager to get back and try them all. Perhaps the most instagrammed is Le Coucou in Soho. Located within the boutique hotel 11 Howard, the stunning space was designed by the celebrated Roman and Williams. Have you visited yet…? I can’t wait to see take in that mural in person. READ POST