An Earthy Equestrian-Inspired Bedroom

As someone who grew up riding horses, I have a warm place in my heart for all things equestrian. I find the earthy colors of the bedroom below so calming, with just enough refinement in the studded pillow, leather chair, and sleek artwork.  Read on for details on each piece!



One Kings Lane Leather Chair $2095product_svf44939_image_1

Tufted Ivory and Brown Rug Rug $149.00 – $1,599.00 t_withoutzoom

Ballard Canopy Bed $1,299.00 – $1,704.00


Marble Lamp $342.70


Nailhead Pillow $225


Olive Velvet Pilow $29.50 – $39.50


Brown Ming Nightstand $1540


Brown Ming Dresser $2708


Equestrian Art $199.00 – $259.00



A Refined Coastal Living Room

Happy New Year! My family spent the weekend in gorgeous Santa Barbara and I stopped in an inspiring interior furnishings store called Rooms&Gardens. It was a perfect mix of traditional furnishings, boho textiles, and beachy accents. Their artwork selection consisted of shadowboxes displaying shells, vintage sailboat flags, maps, and impressionist seascapes. They also carry John Robshaw fabrics and had a nice selection of antique (inspired?) table decor.

Below please find my take on a coastal chic living room! Cream colored upholstery is offset by darker woods and a fun mix of blue and white accents.


Side Table / Coffee Table / Lamp / Chair / Sofa / Pink Pillow / Lumbar Pillow / Blue & White Pillow / Dough Bowl / Basket / Sea Fan Art / Sconces / Fishing Floats


Tips For An Organized Entryway

I recently worked with a client who wanted to improve the flow of traffic at her front door and find a storage solution for things that collected on her existing entry table. We worked with an existing mirror she owned and some inexpensive shoe cabinets from Ikea to create a bright, clean and welcoming entryway. Below you can see my initial rendering, the before photo, and what her space looks like today. Not pictured is a cabinet on the opposite side that has baskets to hold keys, kid’s projects, mail and other things that we all collect throughout the week. This project inspired some tips I’d love to share for an organized entryway. Read on below!



Gorgeous tree trunk console. Great for the minimalist, not so great for the storage deprived. 

Be Practical

While a super sleek entry table with zero storage might look amazing on Pinterest, you have to be honest with yourself about the types of items that clutter your space. If shoes and mail seem to accumulate throughout the week, an entry console without drawers or cabinets is not going to solve the problem. Really think about the problem you’re facing and what the most practical solution is – not what will necessarily be the prettiest.

A long, narrow console fills up the space nicely without obstructing foot traffic. Drawers create ample space to hide mail and keys. 

Keep It Narrow

In order to maximize the flow of traffic, keep your furniture in this space narrow. In my client’s house, her existing furniture was narrow (~12″) but not narrow enough to really be out of the way. Pay attention to where foot traffic flows in your space and be mindful not to obstruct your walkways with protruding furniture.


Add A Mirror

While art and family photos are a wonderful addition to your walls, a mirror at your entryway is both sleek and practical. Being able to glance at yourself in the mirror before you leave the house is invaluable. Mirrors also increase the light in your house by reflecting natural light from your windows.

Clean and clutter free.

Simplicity Is Key

While it’s tempting to showcase 10 million baby photos or your collection of coffee table books, it creates a recipe for organizational disaster. There should always be room to set down your coffee mug while you tie your shoes or set your bag momentarily. It’s hard enough to keep your home tidy during the week, so make it easier on yourself by keeping your surfaces free.


Everything In It’s Place

If your kids tend to put their shoes on at the door, storage ottomans are a great asset to hide shoes and provide a place to sit. Wide drawers are great for mail, and decorative boxes and bowls are great catchalls for your car keys. If everything that usually accumulates on your table has a home, chances are it will always look clean and tidy.



Coral & Navy Living Room

I love the combination of linen, weathered oak, navy and a pop of coral. Here are some finds that I am loving lately that create a beautiful, warm living room.

  1. Chandelier Joss&Main  tatiana-chandelier-cm6899
  2. Linen Couch One Kings Lane product_ovu10089_image_1
  3. Porcelain Wood-Look Tilenoon_chevron_daylight_natural
  4. Jute Rug One Kings Laneproduct_svf29125_image_1
  5. Tufted Ottoman Joss&Main tuftedcocktailottoman
  6. Ballard Coral Pillowdp012_rst
  7. Brass Floor Lampl94225
  8. Mirrored Side Table Ballard t_withoutzoom-1
  9. Antlers Ballardwp756_alt2
  10. Chinese Pottery Wall Art t14169_02
  11. Linen Armchair Anthropologie36477412_016_b
  12. Floral Pillow One Kings Laneproduct_lki10848_image_1
  13. TV Stand High Fashion Home screen-shot-2016-11-07-at-5-04-08-pm
Room Remake

Room Remake – Williams Sonoma

Williams Sonoma Home is a wonderful place to get inspiration for rooms that are both modern and traditional. However, the price tag for their furniture is often out of reach for most people (including myself!) Here I show you how to knock off remake a classic blue and white Williams Sonoma living room for a lot less.


The sofa on the left is $3200 at Williams Sonoma, the sofa on the right is Hewson brand at Gilt, for just $1299.

The beautiful faux shagreen coffee table on the left is $1995 at Williams Sonoma. The marble coffee table on the right, with a similar x design, is only $516 at Joss and Main.

The Rattan chair on the left is $595 at Williams Sonoma, the rattan chair on the right is $399 at Wayfair.

This faux shagreen side table is $895 at Williams Sonoma. The bottom right is also faux shagreen, and only $158 at Overstock.

The bottom left rug is $3295 for the 8×10 size. The right is only $428 from Wayfair for the 7’10″x9’10”.

The blue velvet chair from Williams Sonoma is $2395. The velvet chair on the right is $1495 from One Kings Lane.

Williams Sonoma vases range between $65 and $350. They sell a wide range at Home Goods and Wayfair for closer to $20! The below right is $149 at One Kings Lane.