Monthly Edit: May




These last few months have been uncertain, troublesome, and frightening for everyone. The Covid Pandemic has hit those closest to us so profoundly, we've felt totally hopeless. However, in these last few weeks, as things start to reopen, something inside us is stirring. A fleck of normalcy, a glimmer of hope, and a quick breath of calm.


While we're continuing to serve our clients and getting to go on site visits for the first time in months, I'm reminded at just how transformative the space around you can be. Whether it's a the first glimpses of green poking out of the dirt in your vegetable garden, fresh sheets on your bed, or a new light fixture above the dining table - switching things up could be, while small, a remedy to our restlessness.


In these times of uncertainty, all we can do is control what we can. The things you surround yourself with, the items of clothing you put on your body and the way you design your home, are all things you have the power to control. To help spark a little extra joy these days, I've dedicated the May Monthly Edit to a curated collection of things I'm adding-to-cart.




FURNITURE + DECOR


It's no secret that I dream in interiors. But the truth is, not everything always requires a full overhaul. I've rounded up some of my favorite pieces that will spruce up your home, while staying safe and continuing to social distance.






PERSONAL STYLE


I'm so excited to be slowly starting to incorporate site visits back into my daily schedule. Although most of our meetings are still taking place on Zoom, I'm making a promise to myself to get fully dressed everyday.







FOR THE KITCHEN


After three months of cooking at home, I'm needing to spark a little interest in the kitchen. From improving my morning coffee game to making lunch feel more beautiful sprawled on a vintage bread board, these are the items I'm adding to cart.





FOR THE COFFEE TABLE

I'm searching for inspiration everywhere these days, and trying to spend more time off-line. These are my favorite coffee table books, and I find myself pouring over them frequently.










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