With Easter this Sunday, and Mother’s Day right around the corner, there are plenty of opportunities to break out your favorite china, pick up some flowers from the market and set a gorgeous table. I’m feeling inspired by this orange and pink beauty designed by Anne Hepfer via House&Home. The fabric is Manuel Canovas’ Bengale Toile which just so happens to be the same fabric I used in the project featured in thisĀ  sneak peek. As beautiful as this table is I’m not sure I’d be able to use my beloved Bengale Toile as a tablecloth- I’d probably cry if it were stained!

Will you be doing any entertaining in the next few weeks?


Thanks so much for the overwhelming response to the Lesley Evers giveaway and I apologize for keeping you in suspense. The lucky winner via Random.org is #97, LindsB of Everything LEB! Lindsay is a recent newlywed so we’ll consider this a belated wedding gift care of Lesley Evers! Lindsay, just shoot me an email with your size and shipping info and your Sophie dress in Strawberry Tumbleweed will be on its way!

For everyone that didn’t win the lovely ladies at Lesley Evers have something up their dress sleeve for you as well. Enter the code “style” at checkout to receive a 25% discount on your order! Hurry though, discount lasts through April, 19!

Thanks again to Lesley Evers and company for the generosity!



Meg Braff is without question one of my favorite interior designers. Her work isĀ  classic and fresh with a touch of east coast prep and a dash of chinoiserie- always a winning combination in my book. I recently re-visited a House Beautiful interview with Meg and fell in love all over again her master dressing room. You can see how the room transformed from her initial rendering to the finished product in the photos above. The Bob Collins trelliage wallpaper is definitely a scene stealer and one that I’ll be sure to file away for future reference when have a house of our own and can wallpaper!