Back To School Shopping

I'm still in a bit of denial that school starts for all three of my children next week.  Further fueling my state of confusion is the fact that my oldest is starting high school!  In fact, this year, we'll have one in high school, one in middle school and one in the lower/elementary school.

Between trying my best to savor each beautiful sunny day this week as summer draws to an unofficial close, coupled with the dawning realization that everyone has grown at least an inch this year, I'm so incredibly grateful for online shopping...not to mention online sales (the J.Crew/Crewcuts one is amazing) and lifesaving sites like Zappos, that deliver so incredibly fast, for those times when we realize that everyone's cleats are too small and there's a pre-season scrimmage this week!


Country Loving

It's no secret that I'm a huge fan of Tilton Fenwick's playfully chic design aesthetic, so of course I absolutely flipped for their most recent design collaboration with Country Living's House of the Year (in the September 2014 issue.) Anne and Susyel, the design duo that makes up Tilton Fenwick were the perfect choice for this project, I can't wait to see what these two fabulous ladies are up to next!


The Inn At Little Pond Farm

I recently learned of the Inn At Little Pond Farm, an enchanting destination in the mountains of North Carolina. This perfectly appointed Bed and Breakfast, which has been described as a "luxury lifestyle Inn," charmed me so much with it's impeccable interiors and beautiful grounds, I just had to share it here today.  The Inn was brought to life by husband and wife design team owners, Gaye and Frank Lucas as a labor of love. Adding to the over all appeal are the James Beard Foundation cooking classes offered weekly, in the amazing farm house kitchen.  The Inn at Little Pond Farm is going right to the top of my must visit list..have any of you ever been?

Monday's P.O.P.

purple pleasers

Image via: Domaine


Gray Matter

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There is one color that is synonymous with Autumn in New York, and that color is gray.  Whether it's the actual gray skies that loom ever present in November or the actual gray fashion spottings on the streets of New York, gray represents fall.  Personally, I love to wear gray ~ the way it works so well with everything from white to dark denim, not to mention burgundy and black, no wonder it's considered a classic and a trend, all at once.

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