Happy Valentine’s Day! We love any excuse for a celebration — whether it’s girls’ night in, or date night, or a solo self-care trip to the spa. No mater how you spend the 14th, we hope you feel the love!
— If you’re all about the holiday, here are a few “Cupid approved” #RUEdaily features of the past: a Galentine’s Day party with a heart shaped pizza, a vintage glam Valentine’s Day dinner party, and a feminine luncheon for friends. Here’s to love!
— Looking for a sweet Valentine’s Day beverage? This rose cocktail has floral sprinkles… it couldn’t be cuter and with Le Grand Courtage as the star ingredient, you know it tastes great.
— Hygge & West has launched their first collab of the decade! They’ve partnered with PATCH NYC, a Boston-based design studio specializing in home décor and fashion accessories, on a wallpaper collection that encourages design to take a walk on the wild side. Think serpents, dragons, and leopards in very cool patterns. See the full collection here.
— Designer Katie Hodges is officially taking her pillows off the market. You can snag any remaining inventory at 40% off with code SEEYA40. It’s such a great way to quickly update your space on a budget!
— This London kitchen is small in size but full of style, proof that bigger is not always better. It’s inspired by the back-of-house kitchens that are often found in English country estates, but it looks right at home in a modern space. In fact, the rustic charmer has 6 small-space ideas that will work great in any kitchen!
— Now THIS is a game-changer: Ruggable, the innovative decor company making machine-washable area rugs, has just launched a shag collection! They’re super plush but will stay clean for years. If there’s a spill or stain, just toss it in the wash!
— If you’ve got a sweet tooth, then you’ll love Danny Seo’s collection of recipes to satisfy your dessert cravings. However, each dessert contains a secret serving of vegetables. Talk about guilt-free!
— Aaron Paul opened the doors to his beautiful riverside retreat in the mountains of Idaho, and our jaws are still on the floor. Designed alongside Jake Arnold and Pearson Design Group, it was a project 4 years in the making and well worth the wait. Take a tour on Architectural Digest’s popular YouTube series, Open Door. You’ll be plotting a weekend in the mountains long before the video is through.
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