Category Archive: Blog

Galentine’s Day Party

This past Saturday, I hosted a Galentine’s Day Party with a group of close girlfriends. We kicked it brunch style with finger foods & a mimosa bar. In Galentine fashion, I had to find… Continue reading

Enid Collins

Enid Collins is a famed handbag designer from the 1960’s. After studying fashion design at the University of Texas, she worked with her husband to create her line of handbags. She created designs… Continue reading

Sunny Jim Sea Cave

Being a tourist in my own hometown is one of my favorite things to do in sunny San Diego. Yesterday hit almost 80 degrees, so I knew I needed to be outside and… Continue reading

Tea Upon Chatsworth

This holiday season, I decided to take a week off from work to make time for all the things that have fallen by the waist side. This includes making time for family, friends,… Continue reading

Victorian Mod

Victorian architecture is beautiful and classic, but I love adding a modern touch to the style. A mix of new and old is a must with this trendy style. Imagine thick white crown mouldings… Continue reading

Velvet & Sisal

Velvet & sisal, an unlikely pair, bridge components of the regency style and the bohemian style. This creates an overall eclectic vibe. However, as seen below, this combination can adjust well from style… Continue reading

Timeless San Diego Home

The goal of this project was to convert an overall traditional home into a timeless contemporary space. The main area of focus was the kitchen, but work was also done in the living… Continue reading

Holiday Place Cards

Hello, November! Every year, as Halloween comes to an end, it seems as my brain automatically changes gears for the Holidays. I love creating DIY tabletop decor for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Today, I’ve… Continue reading

Changing Colors

“Every leaf speaks bliss to me, fluttering from the autumn tree.” -Emily Bronte This past week, I had a long relaxing weekend in New Hampshire. It’s been awhile since I’ve experienced a “real”… Continue reading

Tiki Time in the Desert

Palm Springs has been my family’s getaway spot since I can remember. I love everything about Palm Springs, from the dry desert heat to the mid-century gems. The retro vibe you get while… Continue reading