Daniel Triassi is an SF photographer who captures city images with his iPhone. He walked around the town taking in the spirit of the holidays. Enjoy his journey!Read More
How nice this olive branch wreath with gold jingle bells and a white ribbon. So classic yet still feels modern. I love the simplicity.Read More
Hosting a holiday party? Family coming over to open gifts? Looking to add some cheer to your home in December? Make (or buy) a holiday bouquet! Several styles below. Jump into dark red, go soft white neutral, or in the middle.
I also always like simple greens in a vase!
white, green & neutrals
It's time to get your house ready for the holidays! The best Xmas candle I have found so far is this Thymes Frasier Fir. Buy one for yourself to start the season and a few for gifts for friends. Makes a great gift for a mother-in-law or co-worker. Order on Amazon below.
Love this quote from our friend Dr. Seuss!Read More
Here is my December front door. Giant jingle bell wreath + holiday doormat.
Send us a photo of your front door. Would love to create a festive collection of images!Read More
Time to decorate the tree! Looking for a few new ornaments? Headed to an ornament exchange? Not sure what to buy a neighbor or co-worker? Some tree decorating ideas for you below. Send us a photo of your tree! Would love to show a collection of real world stylish trees.
ivory with texture:
Yes, I know that Thanksgiving just happened......but it's already time to start ordering things for Xmas!
How old is your wreath? Time for a new one? Ideas below.
How to choose? What color is your front door? What style is your home? I would choose a different style for a Tahoe cabin than I would for a modern loft. Wreaths can also go other places beyond the front door!
Welcome to the last quarter of 2016! Here is your list of things to do in October:
- change Clarisonic brush
- replace mascara
- begin Xmas ideas list
Xmas? Already? Yes. If you start a handy list now, just add ideas as you think of them over the next few weeks. Pay attention. That way, when you start your shopping in November or December, you won't be totally starting from scratch.
Happy October & Happy Fall!