Coffered Ceilings

When walking through model homes, I always look for architectural details.  One that especially gets my attention are coffered ceilings.  Something about them makes the room feel so much grander and finished.  I would love to have them in our dining room but our downstairs is open with no walls to separate the dining room from the rest of the space.  sourcesourcesourceWe've even kicked around the

Birthday Bedside Table

Hello my loves! I've really missed blogging the past couple of weeks. I'm sorry for my unexplained was finals at school (officially done term 7!) and I was wrapped up in projects. Forgive me?While I was taking my blogging break, I also celebrated a Birthday and turned 24! Woohoo! Today I'm sharing a couple of my gifts from my boyfriend, M.For a long time, my bedside table was the one

Friday Five

Well, it's the last Friday in June.  It seems like this summer is just passing us by.  We're headed out of town again this weekend so I don't see any projects going down.  I've tried to do a few things here and there to keep me from totally going stir crazy.  I have to be doing something all the time.  Ask my husband.  I tend to be a busy body.1) With Target's outdoor clearance happening right

Places To Stay: Provence and the French Riviera

If you're heading to the South of France this year, here are a few places you may like to consider staying.LA PAVILLON DE GALONGarden lovers will be in horticultural heaven at this lovely place (above), which is a garden disguised as a guesthouse. Owned and restored by French photographer Guy Hervais and his wife Bibi Gex, this former 18th-century hunting pavilion in the dramatic Luberon region