The Sustainability of Antiques

Lately, it seems like everyone is shopping secondhand. It’s a great way to find unique pieces, plus it lowers carbon emissions, keeps waste out of landfills, and saves energy. But it’s not just for clothes.


The Details That Matter

When it comes to fashion, there are two types of designers: those who make instantly identifiable, eye-catching pieces and those who tend toward an understated, seasonless, stealthily luxurious style. There’s no right or wrong way to dress, of course—it all comes down to a matter of personal taste.


How to Choose Window Treatments

Natural light is one of the most important things to consider when designing a space—we personally obsess over the size and placement of windows and doors in order to maximize it. But no matter where your home is located, you need window treatments to control the flow of light and provide privacy.


All About Libraries

While we live in a digital age, nothing beats the feeling of curling up with a good book in your hands. And if you’re an avid reader, there’s something almost sacred about the ritual of reading.


Designing a Dining Room

While the kitchen is a constant reminder of real life— groceries to put away, dishes in the sink, piles of stuff accumulating on the island—the dining room is the domain of your fancy, pulled-together self. It’s where you entertain friends and family, share a delicious meal, and connect through sparkling conversation.


How to Choose Artwork

No matter how beautiful, purposeful, or elevated your home design is, no space feels complete without artwork. It’s what makes your home feel truly personal, and it’s often the first thing people notice when they enter a room.


New Year, New Space

For many, the start of a new year means committing to a transformation, whether that’s focusing on fitness, finances, family, or all of the above. And while radical resolutions can take time to manifest, giving your living space a makeover can be both fairly simple and highly impactful.


Setting the Table

Dining in is the new dining out, and with the holidays approaching, chances are you’ll be entertaining at home in the upcoming months. But as anyone who’s ever hosted a dinner party knows, what food you serve is often the least important part.


The Ultimate Closet

Picture this: perfectly hung rails of clothes. A neat stack of sweaters. Shoes lined up tidily along floor-to-ceiling shelves. A comfy seat in the middle. But you’re not in a chic little boutique—you’re in your very own closet.


The Best In Bedding

Cotton or linen? Blanket or quilt? Top sheet or not? The bedding options are endless, and in spite of what your grandmother might have told you, there’s no right or wrong way to make a bed.


The Home Office

Thanks to modern technology, we take conference calls in the car, check email after putting the kids to bed, and send invoices from the sofa. The lines may be blurred, but there is a way to make working from home work for you.


Creating Kids’ Rooms

From the first time they sleep through the night to the days when you have to drag them out of bed before noon, kids grow up so quickly—and so do their tastes.


All About Upholstery

Are you sitting down right now? If the answer is yes, chances are it’s on a piece of upholstered furniture. From dining chairs to sofas, most of our waking hours (and frequently our sleeping hours) are spent on these comfy furnishings.


All About Area Rugs

A cozy, approachable living space starts from the ground up—literally. The right area rug should visually define a room, but there’s more to it than style. Area rugs absorb impact and sound, add warmth, and help us feel grounded by slowing down the energy flow of a space in a calming, welcoming way.


Why Natural Fibers

Whether you live in a climate that changes with the seasons, your linens wear out, or just because you feel like a change (no judgment!), soft goods come into your home more regularly than anything else. Here’s why you should always choose natural ones.


Why Choose Antiques

Antiques do more than add character to your home. They can last for hundreds of years and are more than an investment—they’re a way to keep your home (and the planet) healthy.