Tory Burch | Daniel Romualdez

Tory Burch | Daniel Romualdez

Tory Burch | Daniel Romualdez

I’m not big on Halloween (mainly because I never seem to have my act together in time to come up with a creative costume!) but I am big on the color orange–especially in interiors. With the exception of Aerin Lauder’s East Hampton living room, probably the best execution of the color I’ve seen is Tory Burch’s New York home featured above in Harper’s Bazaar Interiors.

The color is a little more Veuve Cliquot than pumpkin, and paired with vermillion, chocolate brown, and plum it couldn’t be more chic. Exactly why I can’t wait to pick up a copy of her recently released book: Tory Burch: In Color. If you haven’t had a chance to check out her home collection it’s also not to be missed. I hope it continues to grow within the Tory Burch brand, and I’ve said it for years, but I’m going to continue to hold out hope for a design book from Tory.

Happy Halloween!


Pom Poms | The Pursuit of Style

Tory Burch Reva Scarf | Furbish Maira Kalman Quote | Mimosa Lane Pouch | Home & Tribe Pom Pom Pillows | Tory Burch Pom Pom and Resin Necklace

Pom poms are back! Ever since spotting this Maira Kalman quote among the new arrivals at Furbish I’ve been noticing pom poms everywhere. Definitely not a complaint because I happen to think they’re pretty great in their own playful way.

I’d love to see these pillows in a children’s room and think this necklace is gorgeous if you’re willing to go bold. If you prefer your poms a little more subtle visit Albertina’s etsy shop for adorable pom pom pouches or check out this Serena & Lilly throw.

Love them or hate them, you have to admit everything looks a little more festive when pom poms are involved!


The Pursuit of Style | Quoted

Would you believe that there is over a 40 year difference between these two rooms? The first is from Tory Burch’s Spring 2010 ad campaign which was shot in her home by Tina Barney (check out the behind the scenes video). The second is circa 1965 by legendary interior designer Billy Baldwin for Woodson Taulbee.

Both rooms feature Quadrille’s Arbre de Matisse which was originally developed by Baldwin and inspired by the Matisse drawing which you can see hanging above the sofa.

The rooms reminded me of the Dowager Countess’ amazing one liner on this week’s episode of Downton Abbey: “Nothing succeeds like excess.” I think I’ll be adopting that as a new life motto.

Have a great weekend!


Tory Burch Eddie Flats | Asos Tassel Clutch | Lief Shop Aspen Bark Vase | Ticking Stripe Fabric | Flora and Fauna Fabric | Bauble Bar Blue Gem Bloom Necklace | Bobbi Brown Black Pearl Palette

It’s the first day of November and the weather seems to have turned to winter overnight. The grey sky and chilly temperature have me craving inky blues, greys, and a little bit of sparkle.

These Tory Buch Eddie flats tick all those boxes quite nicely, don’t you think? For more budget friendly accessories I have my eye on this snakeskin clutch and Bauble Bar necklace. I also wouldn’t mind adding Bobbi Brown’s black oyster palette to my make up bag. Maybe I should master a smokey eye that doesn’t resemble a black eye first…

Shades of blue and grey also pair nicely in the home. I’m obsessed with the idea of this flora and fauna fabric paired with a ticking stripe. Throw in Lief Shop’s amazing (and seasonally appropriate) vase and you’ve got one chic room!


Placemat | Plate | Napkins | Flatware

Spring is filled with occasions for setting a beautiful table; bridal showers abound and of course there are Easter and Mother’s Day brunches to plan. In my opinion, few people set a more beautiful table than Tory Burch. Her bright palettes and feminine details are the perfect inspiration for spring entertaining. Taking a cue from Tory, I’ve gathered a few pieces that I would be happy to use for my own springtime soiree.

P.S all photos are from Tory Burch’s pinterest. Do you follow? I’m obsessed!