Good morning! I hope you all had a great weekend. Today I am introducing you to Bethesda based interior designer Erica Burns. Erica originally started her career in the construction industry before finding her niche in residential interior design. Her designs are classic, timeless, and beautiful. I love her attention to detail. Take a look!
What do you think? Aren’t these spaces inviting? I love the relaxed elegance of all these spaces. They feel fresh and clean. To see more of Erica’s work visit her website.
Happy Friday! If you follow me on instagram (you can click to follow me on the right) you may have seen me post a picture of a delicious new cocktail recipe I tried. Vodka tonics are a good go to drink it is a good base for a lot of different flavors. This time I jazzed it up with muddled blackberries and lemon. It was so refreshing and had the perfect balance of tartness. I thought I would share the recipe with you.
Blackberry and Lemon Vodka Tonic
(recipe is per glass)
8 fresh blackberries
3 ounces vodka
4-5 ounces tonic water
1. Place 6 fresh blackberries in your glass and muddle them.
2. Squeeze the juice of 1/2 a lemon and stir with berries.
3. Add in vodka and top with tonic water. Stir.
4. Add 2 fresh berries for garnish and ice.
Drink up and enjoy!
Have a wonderful weekend!
I love boxes, baskets, desk supplies, etc. I try to stay organized and keep everything in it’s own spot. Although sometimes it is hard to keep things tidy. I have pulled together some of my favorite stylish organization pieces to help you out.
1. Nate Berkus File Folders | 2. Rose Gold Letter Holder | 3. Mint Bits + Bobs Tray | 4. Small Drawers | 5. Acrylic Pen Cup | 6. Printed Woven Basket | 7. Glitter Jar | 8. Woven Baskets
Do you love organization products too? What is your favorite?
Good morning! Today I have a stylish home to share with you that belongs to musician Darius Rucker. The musician and his wife enlisted Charleston based interior designer Angie Hranowsky to personalize the space for their family. This home has the perfect balance of color, texture, and function. Take a look!
Isn’t this home beautiful? I love the cohesive color palette used in all of the spaces, even outside. If I had to choose a favorite space it would have to be the bedroom. It is the ultimate sanctuary. I’m in love with the light fixture. Which is your favorite space?
Labor Day has come and gone. You no longer have to stick to the “no white after Labor Day” rule. I am a big fan of white jeans and I have tons of white tops for every season. Wearing white year round looks crisp and clean. Greys, camels, and other fall colors pair perfectly which crisp white.
Convinced? Do you wear white year round?
Have a great weekend!
Olive green is a great color for Fall. It is sophisticated and timeless. Olive green can be very versatile and can be used as an accent or the main hue. When painting your walls olive the color can create a moody rich feel. Take a look at how these spaces incorporate olive green in different ways.
What do you think of this color? I like that it can be used in both traditional and modern ways. If you aren’t quite ready to commit to the color try incorporating olive green in with throw pillows, artwork, or accessories.
Good Morning! We are in that transition period between Summer and Fall. There are 3 ways I like to get my space feeling like Fall. Throw blankets (I always have a couple on my sofa. I love getting warm and cozy.) Throw pillows (add in Fall colors and textures.) Candles (I love the warm glow of candles. Warm metal candle holders add to the Fall feeling.) What are your essentials for bringing Fall into you home?
Pom Pom Throw | Chunky Knit | Jacquard Key Throw
Blue and White Pillow | Cream Textured Pillow | Gold Foil Pillow
Rose Gold Candle Holder | Molly Hurricanes | Hammered Copper Candle