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Off to camp we go!


Every Luxe Life Camp bed is full and I can’t wait to meet all of you at Skyland next month. Campers make the experience great, but what would camp be without all the fab activities. Some are relaxing, some are creative, and some are mind expanding. Here’s a sneak peek:


Potts, the mistress of Skyland stables, will find the best horse for your skill level.


Somra R. Spirit has become my guide to better living; she’ll share sage advice and specific techniques for finding inner peace. Really!


Windy O’Connor is an accomplished professional artist, friend and a natural teacher. You may create a masterpiece at Camp.


Before Katniss, there was Madi, Skyland’s resident archer (among many other things). Whether you’re picking up a bow and arrow for the first time or perfecting technique, Madi’s your go to.


Camp will be a transformative weekend experience for many. But the Luxe Life can be had anytime, anyplace. How? Lisa Sherry’s ‘how to’ workshop shows the way.


Horses have an uncanny way of revealing our individual personalities. Insights can be harnessed for personal change and growth. Kay Anderson offers an introductory course.


Ever feel stuck or stymied? Learn how to reconnect and reenergize what’s best in you with goodness guru Lisa Sheldon. Good vibrations will resonate at Camp and beyond.


Time to Unwind

Time to kick your feet up. We hope you have a relaxing weekend with plenty of down time!


Mood of the Week

Below is a glimpse of a mood board for a little boys room.

I like the mix of the graphic stripe rug with the adorable fox wallpaper, army style chair and fish ottoman. Fun without being too cute.


Quip of the Week

Strap on your big girl boots, fill your mind with aspiration and intellectually stimulating thoughts, and tell the world to watch you kick some butt and be an amazing person while doing it.


Holy Pillows…

Pillows can pull any space together, a great way to add warmth and color to a room. I keep mine somewhat subtle to not draw too much focus away from the room as a whole.

Since I’m such a neutral buff I keep the main pieces of furniture clean and simple then add pillows for the pattern, texture and interest. Keep in mind to mix large and small scale together to balance.


Eat, Drink, & Be Merry

My trip to the local farmers market provided this platter full of yumminess. Tasty tomatoes, local goat cheese with fresh peaches topped with chopped mint.

Create your own bounty this weekend.



I spy a Rabbit…

I am so in love with our latest nursery design, it turned out adorable! The rabbit wallpaper overlooking the crib is my favorite part of this room it adds so much softness and imagination. Loving all the detail and patterns in the nursery and that together it creates a gentle, warming and fun space for the new little one!




What’s on My Shelf this Summer

I seem to get more reading done in the summer. By the beach, creek or back screen porch I love a constant stack of ready to read faves…it started with ‘The girl on the train’ and lead to these.


A little paint goes a long way..

We love coming up with creative ways to make a statement when designing client’s homes. This particular client loves color, so we were able to think outside of the box when designing their space.

Below are some examples of what we created using paint.



Watermelon Infusion

I’ve been craving watermelon all summer and last weekend had the idea to mix into my weekend cocktail!

One pureed watermelon later I had my new favorite summer drink.

I made this up so no measuring involved. Feel free to make it yours.

Equal part pureed watermelon (vitamix works best)  + vodka refrigerate overnight.

Pour over ice, add club soda, a lime slice (squeeze some in first) and mint for garnish.