Somehow, we’ve arrived at the last Friday in May. Time flies, right?! This week, we toured a beautifully rustic home in Northern California, a modern masterpiece in Sweden, and shared ways to upgrade your evening routine. We also found lots of inspiration and products we’d love to share:
— We have been fans of St. Frank for many years. The brand, known for selling textiles, wallpaper, pillows, and other home accessories made by artisans across Africa, was founded by Christina Bryant. This week, Christina opened the doors to her West Village apartment for Coveteur. It’s a bohemian space, layered with eye candy and global flair. Have a peek!
— If you feel an urge to clean out your closet this weekend, read this first. A fashion editor breaks down 9 pieces she got rid of that are back in style. When it comes to fashion, what goes around comes around!
— With restaurants still closed across the country, you’re probably feeling sick of cooking at home. Delivery meal kit services like One Potato can be your saving grace! Co-founded by Catherine McCord, One Potato sends organic, pre-prepped ingredients and family friendly recipes with special child pricing. You can get new recipes weekly, making meal planning a breeze.
— Have you officially watched ALL of Netflix? Not to worry – Domino has put together the best summer reading list. Each pick is based on places we wish we could travel this summer!
— Our team is obsessed with the playful Cleo Chair by Dims. The brand just launched the design in black and it might be our favorite look yet!
— This beautiful kitchen in Melbourne checks off all of our favorite boxes: timber shelving, black steel window frames, beautiful Spanish tiles, and terrazzo countertops. Designed by Cantilever, we’re positive it will inspire many kitchen renovations.
— The number one question most designers get is, “What paint color is that?!” Over on Coco Kelley, Cassandra breaks down how you can pick better paint colors and reveals every last color she used in her own home. Such a handy guide!
— Our ‘work at home’ uniform is pretty much 100% Richer Poorer. Their sweats, tees, and intimates are softer-than-soft and look pretty sharp too. Right now, we’re loving the terry wide-leg pants and the fitted racer front tank. Comfy and chic!
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