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An Easter Tablescape

Easter is at the top of my favorite holiday list. I love the smell in the wet air, the pretty floral dresses, the reintroduction of white shoes, the blossoming of daffodils.The entire world seems filled with rebirth. and chocolate. Easter Means Taking out the Dish Collection Most of all, Easter is full of pastels, so […]

The Flower Shop with No Name

Last weekend, a girl friend and I spent some time wondering around this flower shop…with no name. Thats right, no name. They also don’t have an email address or any social media accounts, but this is exactly what makes them so special. Walking inside, you instantly want to slow down and simplify. The images below speak for […]

New Tray from Magnolia Market

Its a sunny Monday morning here in Pennsylvania and I am off to Nashville for business. I wanted to take a minute and share this new reclaimed wooden tray that my mother gifted to me from Magnolia Market because I am swooning over it! It looks and feels vintage because it is made from reclaimed wood, […]

Week of Pink ~ 41 Years Strong

Happy Valentine’s Day Loves! This final, week-of-pink, post goes out to my parents, who celebrated 41 years together this week. They met in art school and were married several years later in a little inn in historic Washington Crossing, PA. Thank you mom & dad for building our amazing little family and for teaching us how […]

Week of Pink ~ The Language of Flowers

It can’t get any sweeter than Keiller’s marmalade and roses. The “language of flowers,” sometimes called floriography, dates back to 19th century Victorian England, and placing roses in these marmalade jars seems so appropriately vintage. My mother has always collected these sweet Dundee jars, and I too have built my own collection. Each one is always […]