26 2 / 2014

I’m not sure how I discovered The Palihouse hotel, but all of the sudden I have a very urgent need to visit Santa Monica. 

26 2 / 2014

One of my favorite shots from our recent trip to Spain. How gorgeous is this Moroccan-inspired tile? 

One of my favorite shots from our recent trip to Spain. How gorgeous is this Moroccan-inspired tile? 

04 2 / 2014

Check us out in Erica Berger and Courtney Boyd Meyer’s newsletter, 3460miles! 

3460miles:

Hello!

Welcome to 3460 Miles, the exact distance between London and New York City as the proverbial crow flies. 3460 Miles is also an editorially-driven community aiming to digitally and physically connect creative and passionate individuals who live, work and travel between NYC and London.

01 2 / 2014

I recently tagged along with one of our designers as we shopped for The Style Line’s future office, which was such a blast. You can read my write-up on Refinery29 here

thestyleline:

HOMEPOLISH x THE STYLE LINE on refinery29

Ever wonder what The Style Line HQ would look like? We’ve begun dreaming up inspiration for our (near??) future offices and enlisted Homepolish to show us how it’s done and decorated. Check out the full feature on Refinery29 to see how interior Katie Li and I scoured for decorative elements that represent two of TSL’s favorite things: Cities and style.

CLICK HERE.

- RS x 

Photos courtesy of Homepolish

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What would your dream office look like?

01 12 / 2013

26 10 / 2013

thesill:

Photographs by Apartment Therapy 

Decor by Danielle Arps  

Plant Design by The Sill

Office Accessories by Poppin 

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Read about The Muse and tour more of the space here

(via alisarichter)

15 12 / 2012

notesondesign:

masculine

notesondesign:

masculine

10 12 / 2012

Bathroom design upgrade: woods wallpaper by Cole & Son and a bear print from one of my all-time favorite photographers, Sharon Montrose. Yeah, bears! 

Bathroom design upgrade: woods wallpaper by Cole & Son and a bear print from one of my all-time favorite photographers, Sharon Montrose. Yeah, bears! 

02 12 / 2012

Weekend highlight: knocking back hot toddies with Mark Firth (co-founder of beloved Brooklyn restaurants, Diner and Marlow & Sons) at Bell & Anchor, his new farm-to-table restaurant in Great Barrington, MA.
If you’re planning a weekend road trip to the Berkshires, I’d highly recommend a visit - the food and atmosphere were divine, and every ingredient is gathered from Firth’s 80-acre farm nearby. 
They don’t have a website yet, but you can find details on Facebook and Yelp. 
Bell & Anchor I 178 Main Street (between Cottage & Rossetter) I Great Barrington, MA I 413.528.5050

Weekend highlight: knocking back hot toddies with Mark Firth (co-founder of beloved Brooklyn restaurants, Diner and Marlow & Sons) at Bell & Anchor, his new farm-to-table restaurant in Great Barrington, MA.

If you’re planning a weekend road trip to the Berkshires, I’d highly recommend a visit - the food and atmosphere were divine, and every ingredient is gathered from Firth’s 80-acre farm nearby. 

They don’t have a website yet, but you can find details on Facebook and Yelp

Bell & Anchor I 178 Main Street (between Cottage & Rossetter) I Great Barrington, MA I 413.528.5050

30 11 / 2012

katespadeny:

shopping for the boys. (at Jack Spade)

katespadeny:

shopping for the boys. (at Jack Spade)

30 11 / 2012

brit:

Today’s super simple holiday hack? Pennant Flag Banners (printables included!).

brit:

Today’s super simple holiday hack? Pennant Flag Banners (printables included!).

27 11 / 2012

That time you won a bunch of sausage at the Brooklyn Based benefit, except you don’t eat meat. 

That time you won a bunch of sausage at the Brooklyn Based benefit, except you don’t eat meat. 

27 11 / 2012

24 11 / 2012

New digs 

New digs 

22 11 / 2012

By Dana Mattioli

Every Black Friday, retailers lure shoppers in the cold, predawn hours to wait in long lines with the promise of one-day-only deals that can’t be beat. And every year, shoppers ask themselves, “Is this really worth it?”

The answer, it turns out, is often no.

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