I may have been born and raised in a suburb of Los Angeles but sometimes I feel like a New England girl at heart. I have traveled to the east coast on numerous occasions and each time I visit I fall more in love with the region's classic coastal style. Maybe part of the allure … Continue reading A MARTHA’S VINEYARD CHARMER BY LILIANE HART
It always feels like Labor Day weekend marks the unofficial end of Summer so if I had to pick a pattern that was synonymous with the season, it would have to be the classic stripe. I probably should have posted this at the start of Summer but frankly, Summer 2018 has been somewhat uninspiring for … Continue reading COLOR STORY: BOLD RED STRIPES
I am a traditionalist at heart and love to send and receive snail mail. I always make sure to have stationery on hand because you never know when you'll need to send a note to someone special. My go-to stationer is Smythson (preferring their blank notecards) and I even posted about some of my purchases … Continue reading Take Note: Bernard Maisner for Paperless Post
It's amazing how the fascination with the Kennedy's doesn't ever seem to die down. The Kennedy name is synonymous with style so it's no surprise that Architectural Digest recently chose to profile the circa 1904 Hyannis Port carriage house turned cottage belonging to Rhode Island congressman Patrick Kennedy (son of the late Senator Edward “Ted” … Continue reading A Kennedy Carriage House Turned Cottage
I just realized that I haven't written any articles dealing with curb appeal since "Naming A Home", which I posted in 2015. When it comes to curb appeal, one shouldn't overlook details such as doorbell or mailbox design because they are such an easy way to reinforce the style and character of your home. Another way to … Continue reading Shall I Spell It Out For You?