5 Ways to Update Your Home Decor for Fall

Hey guys! It’s Sara again.  Do you feel the crisp in the air? The rustling of leaves? The back-to-school vibes? Yep, that’s right! It’s fall and I couldn’t be more excited to switch out of the lazy-days-of-summer mode and into the get-stuff-done mode that fall brings. Summer brought a lot of staying up too late and maybe having one too many glasses of rose´. Now it is all about the early morning routine of getting my two kids off to school, weekends filled with football and never-ending activities…and honestly, I totally love …

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Cool Hunting Home || Florals and Foliage

Hi, again friends – Sara here.  I am back with another round up for your home…one that I am particularly digging these days.  From wallpapers to bedsheets and sofas to tiles (yes floral tiles!), florals and foliage are popping up everywhere. It should really come as no surprise. These prints can speak so much to the mood of a room. A heavy, brooding, large print peony wallpaper can feel bold, strong and formal. A pastel, small bud print chair can feel light, playful and work well in a kid’s room, for a hint of whimsy. A …

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The Most Zen Rooms + the Chicest Essential Oil Diffusers

I feel like I am most definitely late to the essential oil game. What I have lacked in early adoption, though, I make up for in wholehearted enthusiasm now.  My single diffuser (it’s actually #8 in the below ‘Essential Oil Diffusers’ shopping round up!) gets drug around the house from room to room, changing locations at least three times a day. When I think about the kind of space I want to create as “home” (which is something I have been thinking about dozens a times a day since we are in the process of …

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Behind The Scenes with Ceramicist Eliana Bernard

Back in December, I was doing a little Christmas shopping at Canopy and came across Eliana Bernard and her beautiful ceramics.  If you’re not familiar with Austin, one thing that this city does really well is working to support smaller, local businesses. There’s a real emphasis on shopping small and supporting local, not just on small business Saturday, but 365 days a year.  Eliana was kind enough to take us back to her workspace on the east side and give us an inside peek on her process and her journey as an artist.  We …

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