in the bag.

the days of packing lunches for our little ones are far ahead but in gold foil seems a great way to get thru the day, don’t you think?

image via weissesrauschen

indoors or out.

i love the light, look and feel of a lush greenhouse, and the fact that you truly can’t tell if this space is indoor or out makes it so inviting {especially for entertaining!}

image via boots n burbs

neutral hue’s rustic vs. modern event at west elm.

west elm rustic tablescape

we could not have had more fun at west elm atlanta for our rustic vs. modern tabletop event. there are so many pieces that blend our aesthetics perfectly, the pairings couldn’t have been more different and we love this about their mix. here’s a peek at my rustic tabletop for the holidays, and you can pop over to my heirloomed blog to see my styleboard and favorite picks, too!


neutral hue’s rustic vs. modern event at west elm.


we had a blast at our rustic v modern event at west elm atlanta this week.  ashley styled out a fab rustic holiday table + i styled out a modern holiday table with fur, gold + mid century-love.  how cute are these little birdie salt + pepper shakers? and these metallic glasses are just gorgeous in-person!  see my detailed picks here

lighting your table.

we are so thrilled about tonight’s rustic vs. modern tabletop styling event with west elm atlanta. here is a little sneak peek at the lighting i love the most to light a rustic tabletop this holiday season.

image via west elm

lighting your [modern] table.


we are so thrilled about tonight’s rustic vs. modern tabletop styling event with west elm atlanta. here is a little sneak peek at the lighting i love the most to light my modern tabletop this holiday season.

via west elm

coffee berry.


it has definitely been a week for coffee – and this mug is perfect whether it be for elderflower or coffee, this design sings the song of beauty.

via gretel home

elderflower sips.

christina & i had the privilege of having this delicious elderflower beverage to sip and share at our recent Madewell event and I just couldn’t get enough. love the packaging and simplicity, straight from England.

image via amazon


with a tinge of unusual briskness in the air this past week, these rustic nuts instantly brought my mind to fall.

image via pinterest

i scream for ice cream.

with the warmer weather upon us, what better vessel for ice cream could you imagine?

image via pure home

sweet as honey.

i was so excited to learn that our friend hannah is working on her very own cookbook! this lovely citrus tart {of hers!} was the perfect spring celebration.

image via honey and jam

eat in.

I wouldn’t mind not bringing the family into formal dining with an eat-in kitchen like this. The high ceilings and rustic beams help to elevate even the most simple of meals.

image via the life of polarn per

a place to dine.

loving every bit of this minimal styling and use of reflective elements to bounce light across the space.


nothing new.

this hobnail milk glass is nothing new, but hey, is anything i love really all that new? i can’t keep this stuff out of my head lately and have been envisioning pieces scattered around my rooms but this cluster keeps me focused and collecting.

image via living with imperfection

classicly new


for me it is about the classic clean lines made new again. this classic gravy boat originally designed by eva zeisel in 1952 is a perfect example. a timeless design now carried by crate and barrel.

sticks & stirs.

love these simple hand-carved stirring spoons, perfect for a cozy beach cottage {is it summer yet?}

image via anthropologie

twig + stir

twigs + modern. perfect to pair with any of your newest dishware or your vintage pairings.

via west elm

fashionable fridge.

the only thing cooler than a fridge is one this fashionable. black & gold makes certain the food never wins top honors in your kitchen.

image via appliancist

rose gold

gold flatware is such a fun little mix + match on a table with your other accessories!


beautiful brass.

brass is so chic, so lasting and so here to stay. i love the simplicity of these brass beauties to open any beverage.

image via pot & pantry