This year calls for a special Holiday Celebration.  I put together a curated tablescapes for ShopKSW that I hope will inspire! It started with a quick glance at Herend’s Chinese Bouquet in Black Sapphire.  I adore this deep rich blue and white plate and I really want to add it to my collection!  Putting this…

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I love this time of year.  The weather in Dallas has been wonderful!  I was peeking back through images from Octobers past and found this warm tablescape that I created for Williams Sonoma two years ago when we did a Tablescaping event together.  I love purples and blues and pewters together for Fall! It’s time…

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It was such a joy to collaborate with Fete Home on this beach side tablescape.  My family is soaking in the last bit of summer before remote learning begins and I have enjoyed creating tablescapes on our rental’s terrace overlooking the ocean.  I was thrilled when the opportunity to collaborate with the on-line resource I…

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Can’t wait for summer evening swims and dinner’s outside.  It is getting hot here and the children are ready for some relaxed days! Blue and white is always my favorite pool side color combination!  Here are some of my favorites summer evening finds:

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I’ve spent a lot of time in family-isolation this week scrolling through some of my favorite blue and white inspiration images.  I thought you might like to see them collected into one spot! Whether on the wall, the table, a shelf or filled with flowers, there are so many ways to enjoy your favorite pieces. …

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I’m so happy that it is officially Fall even though it still feels like we are in the middle of the summer in this Texas heat!  Fall means the release of so many wonderful new books too!  I have a long list of new book on my list but I have thoroughly enjoyed flipping through…

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Although uncommon today, tulipieres were massively popular among wealthy Europeans in the 17th century.  They were designed to hold one tulip bulb per spout.  Once placed inside in water, the bulbs would be forced to grow through the nearest opening, therefore, they are sometimes called “forcing bowls.”  Tulips, at the time, were a luxury and…

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Every summer of my life has included a summer visit to the lake in Ontario, Canada.  That means lazy beach walks, time to relax and read, and hours with friends and family.  It also means evening dinners on the deck watching the sunset.  My mother has put together an amazing collection of tabletop items but…

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I love Kimber Westphall’s new column for D Magazine about Five Healthy Choices so I was thrilled when she asked me to share a few of mine!  I’m always striving to make healthier choices, especially in front of my children, and sitting down to answer her questions was a great reminder for me to continue…

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I am excited to share my next Chick-fil-A tablescape! I tried to create a table theme that would work for any winter celebration with the little ones. Thanks to Elsa and Anna of Frozen fame, my daughter is as much into blue and silver as my son so this color scheme seemed to be a…

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