Shop My House + A Huge Vintage Furniture Sale at Chairish!

Collections are a funny thing. They so rarely set out with the intention of being a collection as such; rather, things accumulate slowly over time until one day you take a look around and realized you’ve amassed a serious hoard! Or at least that’s how it happened for me and for my friend Martha Mulholland, who […]

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Joshua Tree Retreat with Darling + Ugg

Christmas 2004 will always have a special place in my heart. It was the year I refreshed my eBay browser like a madwoman trying to get my hands on a pair of UGG boots. I scored big when I realized that although the women’s sizes were completely sold out, I could fit into a large kids’ […]

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New Modern Decor Releases from Schoolhouse Electric

I don’t remember what I was doing when I first discovered Schoolhouse Electric, but I do remember how I felt! It was as though at last someone had heard my cries for unique and modern decor options, and had answered them with a thoughtfully designed lineup of brass sconces, clever desktop accessories, and utilitarian kitchenwares. The brand quickly […]

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Entertaining Ideas for Mother’s Day Brunch with Parachute Home Table Linens

I’ve been thinking about moms a lot lately. I guess I’m at that age. I’m watching many of my peers enter the mothering phase of their lives; I’ve been watching my own mother explore a new phase of discovery and identity in her life; and I’ve been watching my path creep every more closely towards the entrance of […]

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Sunset Hill: A Stylish Los Angeles Inn in the Heart of Echo Park

Los Angeles has no shortage of amazing hotels, but it never hurts to add one more name to the list of accommodations available in a city this large and diverse. The latest in my roster of favorite recommendations for incoming visitors is Sunset Hill, a brand new (and very chic!) Los Angeles inn that sits […]

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Two Girls, One Kit: The Vintage-Inspired Graphic Tee by Dazey LA

True story: In the 8th grade, I desperately wanted to shop for clothes at a thrift store. I mean, it was 1994 and everyone was doing it. My mom had her feelings about secondhand clothing, and since she controlled the pursestrings it was outfits from Gap Kids for me. But I was obsessed with finding a […]

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Kinsley James Los Angeles Grand Opening Party

My wedding was two weeks ago today. It feels like it was just yesterday—and also like it was a dream that slips through the grasp of my mind the harder I try to hold onto it. Certain moments, though, are branded on my memory forever: our vows, our first dance, our getaway into the night with both of […]

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Tabletop Inspiration from Sheldon Ceramics’ Spring Collection

It’s no secret that I’m a huge fan of Sheldon Ceramics. The LA-based artisan ceramics company makes an appearance in almost every entertaining story that I style! The subtle sophistication of their creations combines the earthy rawness inherent to handmade pieces with clean shapes, modern glazes, and an overall refined vibe that elevates any setting. And […]

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Two Girls, One Kit: The Silk Tie-Neck Blouse by Osei-Duro

One of our favorite parts of doing Two Girls, One Kit is having an excuse to explore all the amazing independent fashion labels out there! The web has enabled so many designers to get their names and products out to consumers in a way that simply wasn’t possible before the Internet (and especially Instagram) made it […]

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Stylish + Sustainable Kitchen Design at the Cambria Design Summit

Minneapolis is one of this country’s best kept secrets. Every time I travel there I’m reminded of how stylish, forward-thinking, and downright cool the city is, and I got an especially powerful refresher when I flew into town last week for the Cambria Design Summit! Cambria is a family-owned, American-made producer of natural quartz surfaces based just outside […]

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