Pineapple Of My Eye

“Be a pineapple. Stand tall. Wear a crown. And be sweet on the inside.” The pineapple decor trend has been booming, especially now that it’s summer. You can see the print anywhere from… Continue reading

Checkmate

10 times chess killed it at the home decor game: 1. Decorative Poly Stone Chess Knight Horse Head Piece by Woodland Imports 2.  Carnevali Gold Chess Piece Bookends by A&B Home 3. Chess Player… Continue reading

Two Toned Two Piece

Two-piece sets are one of my favorite looks. This style has  been becoming more and more popular the last few years. I sometimes wonder why fashion ever steered away from this look, since it… Continue reading

Bamboo Goes Glam

Although bamboo is known to give an earthy or tiki vibe, my favorite way to incorporate it is through a glam interior. This can be done by pairing it with bright, feminine colors… Continue reading

Communal Coffee

Communal Coffee is an adorable cafe meets plant shop in North Park of San Diego, CA. I initially saw the big painted letters “Coffee + Flowers” on the exterior while driving by. I… Continue reading

Boho Soul

It’s summertime, which means it’s maxi dress time! I’m obsessed with this vintage maxi dress that has a bohemian feel. It has an overall brown color with a red undertone. Accents of orange and… Continue reading

Pops of Neon

As mentioned in my post “Acrylic & Lucite“, trends of the 1960’s are still widely used today. One of my favorites is pops of neon. I love how lively they can make a… Continue reading

Rock-A-Hula Baby

Rock-a-hula baby Got a hula lulu from Honolulu That rock-a-hula baby of mine -Elvis Presley With Tiki Oasis coming up in August, I seem to bringing out my tiki dresses more often. I… Continue reading

Acrylic & Lucite

Acrylic & lucite furniture and home accessories were a big trend in the 1960’s. Over the years, elements of design that originated in the 60’s are still seen all over the design world.… Continue reading

Let Freedom Ring

I hope everyone had a great 4th of July weekend! After a trip to Portland, a wedding, barbecues, and a beach day, it is safe to say that I’m exhausted. The weather was… Continue reading