Hello friends and welcome back. If you are experiencing the Sunday scaries, we hear you and we hope this little link up can give you a little relief. Let’s get to it:
First things first. We NEED to talk about Sophia Bush’s new home that was designed by one of our favorites, Jake Alexander Arnold. It’s neutral but full of texture and her office is a must-see…go please, go now.
Speaking of home tours, Emily’s friend, Victoria (aka SFgirlbybay), just revealed her wonderful new home in Laguna Beach. It’s eclectic and full of soul…just like her. So do yourself a favor a check out her oceanside oasis.
From Veronica: If you’re a hot sleeper (even in those winter months) like me, you know how hard it is to find a comforter that’s equal parts cool and warm. So, here I am to ask you guys — has anyone here tried a Buffy comforter or duvet? I’ve been looking into them for months now, so please leave a comment below if you have any advice on them or other brands!!
It’s no secret Team EHD looove using black to add a dramatic punch to a room. Julie was particularly inspired by these ideas from Article. She’s designing a secret new space and has fallen hard for this amazing bench. It’s got the perfect balance of drama and airiness. Consider it a little sneak peek from her to you:)
Jess’ new favorite lifestyle site (with serious substance) is Cinnamon Mag. One of their current favorite pieces was a feature on designer, Carlos Anthony Lopez. Despite Jess dining in almost every one of Carlos’ projects, she didn’t know the man behind the genius and loved getting an inside look on his story. FYI Bar Caló is a must-see and must-drink if you are in LA:)
Caitlin is OBSESSED with the new Pieces Home by An Aesthetic Pursuit home tour. Her favorite part is the lavender modular sofa paired with the tufted coffee table.
From Mallory: For all my blondies out there that want their hair to look brighter, lighter, and less orange/brassy, THIS is the shampoo to use.
From Sara: “This podcast titled 1619 and produced by the New York Times, is an intensely illuminating education on how the introduction of slavery to America in 1619 has shaped every facet of our modern American lives. There are only 6 episodes, and each one is riveting and packs a better racial history education than all my American history classes ever.”
Sara also wore two versions of the same pant this week, and now we’re pretty convinced we need them too. She says they’re the perfect way to try out the wide leg pant trend – they’ve got a structured high waist that’s flattering, they’re made of thick material that help hide wrinkles or folds from tucked in shirts, and come in a great selection of colors. Oh, and they’re from Target and only $30. She has both the rust color and the pinstripe versions.
Ryann recently bought this pullover in off white and she is so happy with it. It is so simple yet well made and surprisingly goes with a lot of her outfits. 10/10!
There you have it. We hope you have a lovely Sunday and don’t forget to come back tomorrow. xx