On a gorgeous morning walk recently, I happened upon a ginkgo tree. Since they're not a regular sighting for me, I stopped to admire the iconic fan-shaped leaves. For a dose of ginkgo at home, here are 5 fan-tastic finds.
Today's DIY project takes on this gorgeous watercolor tablecloth, found at Anthropologie for $288 (and not available in pink anymore). While it's beautiful, not everyone can afford linens that cost more than some months' groceries. Oh Happy Day readers agreed, and begged Jordan to try her own version and then show them how. See how it turned out, after the jump. Spoiler alert: It's a dead ringer.
Sure, you don't really need a fruit bowl. You could use a mixing bowl or keep all your fruit in the fridge. These lovely options, however, can help you pull your kitchen together while adding a dash of style.
Modern design might feel cold for a couple's first home, but with organic shapes and soft colors modern no longer has to be stark and serious. You can dress these options up or down, and they come in a wide range of price points, making this style perfect for any wedding registry.
It's strawberry season, and this bright red fruit is popping up not only in market baskets, but in kitchen décor! While vintage berries were all the rage at Brimfield, strawberries are cropping up on new items as well. Here are 10 berry-rific finds under $50:
These make me think of freshly organized desks, clean, architectural lines, and maybe a few OCD behaviors. Or, just like me, but the exact opposite. Click below for sources, and more interior inspiration.
It's Memorial Day weekend: the unofficial start of summer and an excuse to hang out outdoors. Instead of the typical barbecue, freeze up some adult treats, toss together some picnic-friendly sandwiches and salads, and invite your friends over for a fun popsicle party!
I was out for a stroll the other day when I heard it: the tinkling, warbling, tinny sound of summer — an ice cream truck! I couldn't even pretend to play it cool. My heart still skips a beat when I hear an ice cream truck kicking out the jams in the distance. So let's get excited about the sweet, sticky months ahead. First order of business: ice cream.
As the daughter of a painter and an organic farmer, artist Molly Hatch spent her youth alternating between creative play and physical labor. This early training ground would prove important later in life, providing the discipline and hard work for life as an artist. Today, Molly's colorful designs and illustrations adorn tableware, wallpaper and furniture.