Sugar Paper LA Peace Wreath Cards | Magnolia Wreath | Serena & Lily Ornaments* | Sara Kate Studios French Velvet Ribbon | Nest Holiday Candle | Mercury Glass Vase
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I’m curious, when do you start decking your halls for the holidays; are you a die hard day after Thanksgiving type or do you always wait until December 1? Personally, I try and get my decorations up early so I can enjoy as much time with them as possible before heading home to celebrate with my family. In case (like me) you’re a little bit behind with your holiday decorating this year, here are some pieces I think are just gorgeous.

I’ve been collecting vintage Shiny Brite ornaments for my tree, but fell hard for these glass ornaments from Serena & Lily. They’ll look great mixed in with my vintage pieces and with 25% off and free shipping today who can resist? When it comes to wreaths, I think magnolia leaf wreaths are stunning. They’re a bit pricey, but also don’t scream holiday so you can leave one hanging well into the new year. No time to decorate? Pick up a Nest holiday candle. I promise the scent will instantly make your house feel more cheerful!

P.S check back tomorrow for the start of my gift guide series! I hope you’ll find a few things for the loved ones on your list.



LOVE print | Glassybaby | ikat pillow | Harry Allen bank | lamp

I’ve already shared some fresh inspiration for the New Year, but there are many time tested favorites in my inspiration files worth revisiting. Rita Konig’s Greenwich Village apartment is one of those spaces that I can look at a million times and still find new details to love. Rita has mastered the art of the mix. In a way that is seemingly effortless, she layers traditional, modern, and eclectic pieces to create a perfectly chic space that is also inviting and lived in. I’ve rounded up a few pieces to Rita-fy your own space. My personal favorite is the letterpressed LOVE print from Sugar Paper. I happen to have an anniversary coming up and this would be the perfect gift, don’t you think?