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DETERMINING YOUR INTERIOR STYLE PART II

A few months ago, I wrote a post about identifying your interior style through your personal style. I compared three well-known fashion bloggers' style to their style at home and concluded that if you’re unsure about your interior style, an easy way to uncover it is by simply looking in your closet. I tasked my readers with some homework. I suggested they go in their closet, pick 5-10 of their favorite pieces, and start analyzing them. I asked that you consider the following: STYLE: Are your pieces bohemian, feminine, preppy, casual..? SHAPE: Are your favorite pieces loose and flowy or are they more fitted and tailored? MATERIAL: What are the dominant fabrics and materials? Are they cotto

WE'RE SELLING OUR APARTMENT

I'm in complete denial, but as of yesterday, we've listed our amazing apartment. When I have better words to express my emotions, and why we've decided to sell, I will write more. For now, here is the listing Wish us luck!

MY VISIT TO ANTHROPOLOGIE & CO. + FURNITURE REVIEW

Have you ever had a retail experience that completely blew your mind? Well, I recently did, at the newly opened Anthropologie & Co. in Walnut Creek, California. Anthropologie & Co. is different than regular Anthropologie because it showcases their sister brands, Terrain and BHLDN, and is chalk full of the clothing, shoes, furniture, and décor that they sell online. Basically, it's Anthropologie on steroids. My eyes were filled with heart emojis, my cheeks were flush with excitement, and my fingers couldn't snap pictures fast enough. Seriously, I dare you to make it out of there in less than two hours! So far, there are three large format stores in the US: Walnut Creek, CA, Newport Beach, C