For summer I am all about comfort. And as a mom, I need things I can live in and not have to pose a certain way or wear sky high heels for it to look good. I also am having a moment with blue and blush. So here are some items that fit the bill for both of those categories:
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I may be the LAST person to have discovered the fab wallpaper from Wallshoppe but I figured I’d share in case a couple of you were not privy to their charming, happy prints (I also have had a crazy week so this was about the maximum I could muster today)! It seems all of these offerings come in regular paper or removable paper (great for rentals or commitment issues!) And tons of fun color options for each pattern!
They did lines with Clare Vivier and Nathan Turner too, which are SO fun!
I am loving this for Henry’s big boy room maybe???
I spent the weekend in western Connecticut at the lovely Inn at GrayBarns and saw an ad in a local design magazine for Hendricks Churchill Homes & Interiors and fell madly in love with their work and website. This husband and wife team really have a unique but classic style I adore.
I am particularly amazed by this modern yet totally English-farmhouse feeling home called “The Little Farmhouse Renovation“.
This living room is looks both influenced by Manhattan and the country in equal measure. I love the painted millwork and the color of the floors in literally perfect.
Minimalist and yet not too cold. Not exactly my personal style, but I can really appreciate the push and pull between the styles.
Those brass switchplates are making my morning.
I adore the kitchen. Classic materials like soapstone and wood counters look fresh and modern in here.
That FAUCET! (And sink. And hardware.)
The simplicity but incredible craftsmanship of these cabinets is effortless.
This home is seriously a master class in millwork.
I’d like to sit here with a good book and cup of tea, wouldn’t you?
Such simple but thoroughly thought out and thoughtFUL spaces.
Did I mention the exterior is a gem too? #dreamhouse
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Photography by Amanda Kirkpatrick, amandakirkpatrickphoto.com.
Lately I’ve been having a lot of luck finding great pieces from Banana Republic for awesome prices. I can’t recall the last time I bought pants in multiple colors in the same fit, but I did recently with BR. I ahve found the quality to be better than some other stores and there tends to be a more work appropriate selection of styles. I partnered with them today to share some of the great scores I’ve found. And even reluctantly/awkwardly posed in some of them. :)
OK, for real, these pants are AMAZE. I am wearing the tall and they are so flattering (and come in other colors like red and olive). Also the sunglasses are my new fave.
Nantucket happens to be one of my favorite places in the world. I always refer to it as Disneyland for adults–it’s almost too perfect and cute to be real. The design inspiration I pull from the island and the insanely gorgeous homes, new and old, that populate the island. Today I get to share with you a GORGEOUS new development of homes on the island that I am pretty obsessed with (mark this down as LIFE GOALS, y’all).
Hawthorne Park is a one of a kind project of 17 homes set around a private three acre park, improved with walking paths, sitting areas, and fabulous common amenities including a gym, pool, spa and yoga deck. Four different home types (Barn, Cottage, Farmhouse, Homestead– see more below for illustrations) and architectural landscaping were informed by a Malibu surf meets Nantucket farm inspiration. The goal behind the project was not to deliver just another set of homes but rather to capture and accentuate a lifestyle. I think they were very successful in meeting that goal!
This is a design collaboration between Blue Flag Development & Award-Winning Architect Workshop/APD. Blue Flag Development has a reputation for building high-caliber homes with an intense focus on all of the design details. Their past projects (Tidewater Cottages & Union Lights) showcase their thoughtful work.
This development is out towards the highly desirable area of Cisco on Nantucket. Easy access to town or the brewery, Bartlett’s Farm, Miacomet golf course and some of the best beaches on the island. There are 17 homes available and 3 have already been purchased.
The development is being listed by Jennifer Shalley & Erin Wilson at Fisher Real Estate on the island. More information can be found on the site HERE (or please email them directly with questions: jen@FisherNantucket.com & firstname.lastname@example.org)