Summer Mood Board
I’ve had a few opportunities this summer to get away. It has been so good to rest. I love my work and I love motherhood, but it’s not easy doing both (said every working mother everywhere). There isn’t a lot of time in my day for anything that isn’t essential to raising Chloé, managing our household, or running my business. It’s a challenge I’m GRATEFUL to have, but doing it all is hard/impossible.
Spring Mood Board
Spring is in the air. Praise be. I’m so ready for warmer weather and longer days. It’s still chilly here in New York, BUT it’s all happening—we may not be able to SEE it, but we can FEEL it. The tulips and daffodils lining the city streets are just about to bloom, and I have to say—watching them push through the cold, hard ground reminds me to trust that growth is always happening, even when I can’t see it.
Winter Mood Board
This winter, I’m all about simplicity. I have this urge to strip everything down to the studs and focus on the heart and soul of my life. Perhaps it’s because motherhood demands I get clear about my priorities, or maybe it’s because I’m getting older and have less patience for nonsense, but whatever it is, one thing’s for sure: I don’t have time for complicated.
Holiday Gift Guide
I’m so excited to share my annual holiday gift guide with you! It’s always so much fun pulling together my favorite things. If you know me, you know I’m a big fan of style and function—I love objets that enhance daily life, but that also contribute to the overall decor of my home.
Fall Mood Board
Last week I went to dinner with poop on my shirt. In my defense, I didn’t realize it until I got home. Not that it would’ve mattered. I was just so happy to be out of the house. Chloé slept in her stroller while Billy and I enjoyed a casual meal outside on a beautiful September night. It was perfect, poop and all.
Setting the table has always been one of my favorite rituals. A thoughtful tablescape sets the scene for the experience I hope to create around my table. From the texture of the linens, to the weight and design of the plates, to the glassware, each piece contributes to the overall story.
If you’ve been following me for any length of time, then you probably know I love design and decor. So you can probably imagine how excited I was to decorate a nursery. Even in the darkest moments of my fertility journey, it was something I looked forward to—it lifted my spirits. I never had a specific vision for the nursery, but of course it was going to reflect my personal style. I approached the nursery with the same design philosophy that inspires my home: simple and clean, with a focus on versatility.
Spring Mood Board
Creating a mood board is a a practice in svadhyaya, or self-study. Pulling inspiration and assembling it all together in one place gives me a chance to study my choices in color, texture, light, and composition. For me, it’s about more than just collecting images I love; it codifies my feelings and my perspective on life. It tells a story—my story.