The Wanderlist: La Bandita Countryhouse

With the Memorial Day holiday weekend quickly approaching, we’re bringing you our Wanderlist blog a day early because - what better way to kick-off a long, luxurious, holiday weekend than daydreaming of a beautiful and peaceful destination? La Bandita Countryhouse is another location that we’ve been lucky enough to stay in personally;  and can’t wait... Continue Reading →

Brands We Love: The Citizenry

As interior designers and consumers, we are always bombarded with new brands and products. It can be hard to sift through the marketing noise to find what is really worth our time and attention (and money!).  It’s hard to find products with stories and souls which is so much what design is about. We thought... Continue Reading →

Iconic Scandinavian Designs

Earlier this week, we talked about the current popularity of Scandinavian design; the reality is that it has truly become a classic, interior design style.  Scandinavian design gained worldwide recognition in the 1950s and 1960s.  It consistently focuses on functionality, simple forms and natural elements (wood, leather).   Today we’re introducing some iconic Scandinavian designs... Continue Reading →

Trending: Scandinavian Design

If you’ve read the United Nations’ recent World Happiness Report, you know that all five Scandinavian countries are in the top 10 countries who are happiest in the world.  The World Happiness Report measures the artfully simple - the average quality of life. But as creatives and designers, we can’t help but think their happiness... Continue Reading →

Charlotte Makers: Sozo Gallery

Sozo Gallery in uptown Charlotte is owned by Hannah Blanton, a force in Charlotte’s local community. She’s channeled that energy and spirit into her contemporary art gallery where she features original artwork from local and national artists.   Hannah and I originally met in yoga teacher training; she became a dear friend - one of... Continue Reading →

Trending: 5 Interior Design Trends I Saw at High Point Market

I spent last-last weekend at High Point Market.  Considered the world’s largest home furnishings trade show, High Point Market covers over 12.2 million square feet of showroom space and 2000 exhibitors across 180 buildings in High Point, NC.   Twice a year, more than 75,000 visitors descend on High Point to see and indulge in... Continue Reading →

The Habitude Files: A Master Bedroom Reinvented

Get ready. This post has some pretty dramatic before and after pics coming at you.   We love this master bedroom project because it shows clearly and crisply what we hope to accomplish in all of our projects: creating a beautiful, simple space that makes you feel good about coming home at the end of... Continue Reading →

Charlotte Makers: Suffolk Punch

I’ve called Charlotte home for almost 12 years now. After professional stints in D.C. and L.A., I’ve never lived anywhere as an adult longer than my time in the QC. I love watching the city evolve.  There are so many places popping up that are bringing good design to life. There are people and places... Continue Reading →

Roundup: Campaign Chairs

When designing living rooms, almost everyone is going to have a space for an armchair or two.  Choosing an armchair makes a statement.  It's also a great way to give your room some personality and make it a space that friends and family remember.   Traditional, campaign-style furniture was characterized by its functionality.  The use... Continue Reading →

8 Beautiful, Simple Ways to Re-Invent Your Guest Bedroom

*We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliate sites. Guest bedrooms can be beautiful spaces and opportunities to share your style with the people you love. Here are some of our favorites... Continue Reading →

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