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#Spotted: Buckhead Black and White Beauty

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I'm obsessed with this house. I really love everything about it. Interior Designer, Melanie Turner, did an amazing job bringing a California vibe to this Buckhead home


Ligne Roset Togo Collection


The Togo is becoming one of my favorite furniture collection. It's quirky, versatile and stylish. Some may call it ugly, but I think with the right fabric and in the right room, it is a showstopper. It's definitely all about comfort too. Style + Function = Good Design

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I'm loving the above color palette. It's so soft, inviting, and refreshing. 

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Have I convinced you that the Ligne Roset Togo collection is beautiful? I think it's undeniable at this point. Learn more about the Togo collection here

#Spotted No. 2 Casa Cook Rhodes

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It was love 😍  at first site when I spotted Casa Cook, a Bohemian Lifestyle Hotel, located in Rhodes, Greece. This hotel is right up my alley. So much so, that I'm willing to get on a plane to Greece asap. It's perfect! 

Beautiful, right?! I even love how the hotel is described on the website:

 "Inspired by the nomadic way of life, the cosy character comes from natural surfaces and earthy tones. Comfy pillows and hand-picked accessories add to the warm, bohemian atmosphere. A personal space in which to kick back and slow down."

Yes. Yes. Yes. Who's adding Rhodes, Greece to their travel bucket list?! ✋🏾 

In the meantime, bring home the Casa Cook look with the decor items I pulled together below.

Spotted No. 2 Casa Cook Rhodes

9 Design Instagrams to Follow


Besides Pinterest, I love following designers, design brands and magazines on Instagram.  I collected a few of my favorites to share. Some of them you may know. Some of them you may not know at all. 

Consort Design

Consort Design designed Shay Mitchell's guest house that I recently shared. I love their work. It is always light, bright and fun!  

Apparatus Studio

Studio nights.

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I am in love with everything Apparatus Studio does. Their lighting, their incense burners, their objects are all sooo good. I want everything! 

Porter Teleo

Hand-painted Wallpapers and Fabrics? Yes, please!

I Have This Thing For Rugs

Who doesn't love a beautiful rug? While searching for a great hashtag after taking this pic in Amsterdam at a vintage clothing shop,  I stumbled across #ihaveathingforrugs.

House of Honey

Ive been admiring her work from afar for quite awhile now. I love the vintage elegant vibe of her work. 

Design Milk

Design Milk has been a favorite of mine for years! Their insta feed is good and their website is even better. 

Three Bird Renovations

Three ladies in Australia taking ugly homes and making them beautiful again. Their work is light, clean and airy. 

Adore Home Magazine

Australian Interiors magazine that I mentioned in my little-known magazines post. 

Veranda Interior

Veranda Estate Homes is a custom home builder and their work is absolutely gorgeous. They really pay attention to the details and I love seeing their project progress. 

What are some of your favorite design related Instagram feeds to follow? Tell me in the comments. 

Shay Mitchell's Guest House


There are a couple Instagram feeds I stalk for interior design inspiration and one of them is Consort Design. I have loved almost every project. So, when I came across this guest house they designed for Pretty Little Liar's Shay Mitchell, I wasn't surprised at how good it was. Guys, it is sooo good. 

I really love how light and bright the guest house feels. I am also loving the pink, white and black combo. I am not a huge fan of pink, but I really don't mind it here. Ok, I'm going to stop "talking" so you can get into the design below. 

If you've been following this blog, you know I love concrete tiles. I love the step-up lounge daybed-esque area. The tile took it to another level. It is bold, fun, and sophisticated. #killingit

See the entire tour on Consort Design's blog

8 Big Impact Powder Rooms

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I've always been a fan of going big in small spaces, especially powder rooms. You can never go wrong with a bold wallpaper, patterned tiles, art, and/or an gorgeous vanity. 

Which powder bath is your favorite? Tell me in the comments!

5 Best Ways to Add Personality to Your Home



I was scrolling Ayesha Curry's Instagram Saturday night admiring her style, cooking, and family. I thought to myself, she is just so damn likable. And although she’s beautiful, a great mom, and a great cook, it really is her personality that makes her likable. She’s funny, relatable and stylish. That Saturday night scroll led to this post. 

We all know someone with a super fly home. Everything looks good and smells good. You don’t know why, but it feels damn good to be there. I’m here to tell you, it has everything to do with the personality. It is so important to infuse personality into your space. It will take your space from blah to boss.

Best Ways to Add Personality to Your Home



Last year I took a month long trip to Europe. On the trip, I met a lot of cool people, including a girl who had to buy a shot glass in every city we went to. She collected them and wanted one to remember every city she visited. It inspired me to start my own collection. It took me three cities to think about what I wanted to collect. I finally decided on Art. In Amsterdam, I purchased an art print in this really dope shop. In Barcelona, I purchased art from this street artist from Ghana. I missed out on Ireland, Belgium and Paris, but I now have two pieces that remind me of my travels. 

Collections tell stories of who you are, where you have been and what is important to you. This screams personality. Start a collection(s) and find cool ways to display them. You can show your collection(s) together or all over your home. 

Cool things to collect: art, books, vases, sculptures, matchbooks, bowls, trays, frames, etc. 


Bringing a natural element into you home like Plants and Flowers does something amazing. It is unexplainable. Right now, I’m obsessed with Eucalyptus and Sunflowers. Eucalyptus smells so good and Sunflowers just make me happy. Other faves are Snake Plants, Fiddle Figs, Rubber Trees, and Jade. Get some inspiration on my plants Pinterest board


A great way to add personality to your home is through textiles. There are so many options. You can use rugs, drapery, pillows, and upholstery. This is flawlessly achieved is Chiara Ferragni's living room. The upholstered chairs, brush stroke pillows and the graphic rug add so much visual interest to the room. 

Dope Shops for Textiles: Loom Decor, Furbish, Minted, Lulu and Georgia, Rugs by Gur, RugsUSA, StudioPillows 


Nothing is more boring than a matchy furniture set. A great way to elevate your space is to have a variety of furniture and unique home decor. An affordable option for achieving the latter is by visiting thrift stores and estate sales. You can find great one-of-a-kind furniture and home decor. The master bedroom above has two different nightstands, a bench, and an upholstered bed.  A nice mix that works really well together. 


I love a good pendant and wall sconce. I believe lighting can be that extra bit of oomph to make a space feel complete. It was love at first sight when I saw Dallas Shaw's dining room and the Harding chandelier from Arteriors in Rue Mag. Lighting doesn't have to be a large chandelier to make a statement. It can be a simple glass pendant like this one from West Elm or an antique brass floor lamp like this one from Aerin.  

Now, I'm sure you can agree that personality is everything when making your home uniquely yours.

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