Jacquetta Wheeler’s Moroccan Villa

Architectural Digest just published the Moroccan villa of English supermodel Jacquetta Wheeler and I’m ready to pack my bags for Tangier. Jacquetta’s great-grandfather, the architect Jack Sinclair, built the home in 1926 and named it Dar Sinclair. Today, Jacquetta shares the property with her sister Charlotte. From the vivid pink walls to the ikat pillows throughout, the home pretty much sums up all the reasons why I love Morocco. Below, explore more of Jacquetta’s spectacular getaway and find my suggestions on how you can get the look in your own home. READ POST

Design Crush: Sarah Vanrenen

I adore the work of British interior designer Sarah Vanrenen so it made perfect sense when I learned she’s the daughter of the brilliant Penny Morrison (remember this post?). Sarah’s colorful country farmhouse was featured on the cover of the March 2017 issue of House & Garden (I’ve included some pictures in this post) and it just may be my dream home (those purple walls! those fabulous lampshades!). Below, explore Sarah’s home and some of her other stunning interiors. READ POST

Charlotte Gaisford Wallpaper and Fabrics

Happy first day of spring! This morning I thought I’d share the colorful creations of British wallpaper and fabric designer Charlotte Gaisford. I spotted her fabrics on instagram and just knew I had to share. Charlotte’s playful patterns celebrate her British heritage and are available in a variety of colors. I especially love the elephant pattern—wouldn’t it be darling in a nursery? Below, explore more of Charlotte’s charming designs. READ POST