This weekend is all about painting my living room, finally. We have to sand down a few patches, spot prime, but then I am good to go. Besides the kitchen, this is the LAST room in the house I need to paint! Huzzah.
My mirror came for the entry. It’s enormous and only $150.
Speaking of paint, The Peak of Chic shared her favorite dark brown rooms, including Albert Hadley’s.
Happy Birthday, Hubble Space Telescope.
A few of my stories on Lifestyle Mirror…
I interviewed Miles Redd–YES–and he was delightful.
I broke down the look of Tory Burch’s glamorous stores.
Carolina Irving shared spring entertaining tips and her favorite pieces from the Oscar de la Renta home collection.
14 of the prettiest vanities, all gorgeously styled.
The Guess Supermodel-style shoot with Maggie Geha on Ann Street Studio is probably my favorite thing this week.
Jess from The Love List waxes poetic about oysters, and more. I’m a midwesterner through and through, so her southern perspective always fascinates me.
I love this illustrated Dior tabletop scheme on The Coveteur.
A Few of my Stories on Lifestyle Mirror…
Intrigued by florals? I did a round up on chintz decor.
If you need to breathe new life into your Pinterest feed, I found 15 decorators to follow.
And finally, since it’s almost wedding season: the best off-registry wedding gifts.
I skipped last week’s because I was still in Florida in spirit, so let’s dive right in.
I missed This is Glamorous’s redesign launch, but it’s gorgeous. Very Pinteresty and chic.
It is an open secret I love Battlestar Galactica. I watched it when it originally aired (10 years ago–arghhh), and ever since the show ended I’ve rewatched the series on an almost-yearly basis. The characters are old friends at this point. Except I hated the ending. The soundtrack of the show, though, never disappointed me, and I’ve loosely followed the show’s composer, Bear McCreary, and his career ever since. He’s gone on to compose for the Walking Dead, Caprica (womp womp), and many, many others. Rolling Stone had Bear talk about some of his soundtracks–a fun read for fellow TV enthusiasts.
Finally, on a personal note, I start a new job on Monday. I’m moving to the editorial side of things–a new and exciting shift for me. Can’t wait to share my first story!