A couple’s new monogram demonstrates their commitment to each other and is the start of exceptional linens ahead.
An engagement party can be home-spun - backyard, buffet and cheers to the bride and groom.
Vintage decanters are both a design feature and a functioning part of a bar car.
I see these roses every Sunday on my long walk and have to stop and stare. The way they climb and frame the window with their delicate flowers punctuating in all the right places makes me take notice.
A quick design idea that is fun and tells a story.
Candy displayed in a vintage dish can add instant charm to a table scape.
The smell of flowers in bloom is so intoxicating this time of year. Here are my top five favorites. What are yours?
Sometimes door knobs need a little love. Read how to add interest to a door knob.
This pop of color can be yours every spring by planting bulbs in your lawn.
The Green Scene is where you want to be. Follow us through the month of March to see how the idea of green can elevate your spirits and ease you into this season of renewal.
Richard Ginori fine porcelain is adding a modern spin with this collection called The Road to Heaven is Paven in Pink.
Find it in a shell, a rosebud, or your favorite pair of shoes, pink is a color that inspires warm and comforting feelings.
The glow that eminates from a purple candles is soothing and magical.
Purple pairs well with so many colors, it’s almost a neutral.
Purple can wiggle its way in to many decorating motifs. See how this noble color can freshen up a room.
Vintage books carry on the old/antique look in this display. See other ways books can work as an essential decorating prop.
This sweet winter fruit is perfect in a gimlet or sprinkled over a simple salad. Read on to learn how to add a little ruby goodness to your menu.
There’s still time to buy one or two of these items for the distinguished foodie on your gift list.
Beer and nuts make up this holiday gift for the sports fan on your list.
Decorating with winter fruit is a 2-step process (and will last longer than flowers).
Add a bit of Fall color to your holiday decor.
Old pieces take on a new life. See how to use what you already own.
What are the “behind the scenes” spots in your neighborhood?
Pomegranates are in season and love hanging low in a flower arrangement.