The housewarming party is over, the new art is hung, and I'm finally ready to share my humble abode with all of you!
I live in a studio that's around 300 square feet. I have arranged the photos below to take you on a 360° tour. Enjoy!
The shelf in my front entryway. The porcelain elephant is actually a Jonathan Adler Christmas tree ornament.
The jewelry box is from Pottery Barn (its actually monogrammed on top) and the monogrammed print is Jack and Lulu.
My wardrobe holds sweaters, shoes, and gym/yoga clothes.
La touche finale! My dad hung these on the wall for me today. Click the photo to enlarge. I love this combination... Owls for Kappa, my initials, Miami postcards, a few of my favorite quotes, and the middle piece is just pure perfection. We found it this afternoon. This must be the place. So indicative of both my life and my home right now.
The couch and pillows are West Elm. The throw is Burberry.
The tray is Preppy Cards and the candle is from Anthropologie. (I only burn candles that smell like food. This one is angel food scented... yum!)
I don't have a traditional desk, so this does double duty. It serves as both a dining surface and my little writing haven.
Vintage Beatles posters. We're big moptop fans in my family!
My bedding is Lilly Pulitzer and the elephant pillow is Jonathan Adler.
My vanity. The top opens up to reveal another mirror and makeup storage.
Some of my photographs and trinkets... and a framed card that says "Hello from the Hamptons".
A few more photographs and trinkets.
Monogrammed wine chiller, soap and lotion dispensers, and a dishwaster bottle. So much fun. The wine chiller is Nico and Lala; all others are Preppy Cards.
The elephant trivet is Jonathan Adler; the canisters are Orla Kiely for Target.
It was nearly impossible to get a decent bathroom shot - this is the best I could do. The tissue box and toothbrush cup are old school Lilly and the turquoise bath towels are Lacoste.
Bags, baubles, and closets!
It's a bit smaller than my old place but so much warmer. I absolutely love living here. It is a happy home indeed.