women & whiskies: a bar cart giveaway.

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just in time for holiday celebrations, Women & Whiskies and i have a lovely cocktail recipe for you to toast to this season! you’re going to love this Boulevardier, using Wild Turkey Rare Breed whiskey. So sophisticated and pretty! one of the best things about partnering with the awesome gals from Women & Whiskies is learning new cocktail recipes, getting educated... 
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Friday Finds

Friday Finds

Top to bottom, left to right: 1. A pared-down String shelving display paired with a rubber tree 2. Home inspiration from a self-proclaimed “Craigslist addict” 3. This easy-to-DIY Macramé hanging planter 4. Rich, creamy, and simple homemade almond butter 5. Drooling over these cinnamon and raisin knots Happy Friday, Annie  
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meet roger + chris.

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on wednesday this week i posted about the gorgeous victorian home of roger + chris, featured on lonny. and when writing the post, i hopped on over to check out what their furniture and homewares collection, roger + chris was all about. i couldn’t have been more thrilled and surprised to find such a colorful and fun collection. I mean, just look at these bold, colorful... 
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at home with artist holly farrell.

the latest issue of covet garden invites you into artist Holly Farrell’s warm and cozy urban cottage that she shares with her partner Stephen. i was so excited to see Holly’s living and studio space, because I’ve long been an admirer of her paintings — simple still life’s of inanimate objects captured in the most charming way (like the telephone above,... 
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an unexpected victorian in new york.

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lonny magazine featured a fabulous home this month — a victorian makeover in upstate new york. the owners run roger + chris, a bright and bold homewares collection of Furniture, lighting, pottery, artwork, and accessories. and much like their collection, their home is both whimsical and dramatic — definitely statement making. there are rooms with dark gray walls,... 
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