Inspired by Lately

I’ve been known to drop a bunch of random images that have been inspiring me as of late over in my IG Stories, but I hate how ephemeral that feels. Inspiration that trickles into my wardrobe and home, at it most intentional moments, are the images that speak to me over many months and years time rather than at a weekly cadence. It’s how I separate out what feels of the moment versus what feels more lasting. And so! For our personal enjoyment, I thought I’d start chronicling that inspiration here instead so it’s easier to look back on and reference over time (to see which inspiration stands the test of time!). Hoping to make this a fun little series spanning all things interiors, style, gardening, and more. Enjoy the eye candy!

vintage walnut lamp sourced by via vincenzo

vintage terracotta lamp sourced by via vincenzo

Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent’s kitchen via AD

That stovetop niche is gorgeous. More details I particularly love: the marble hood trim detail, the ogee edging of the stone island, and the styling of that tray by the stove. Perfection.


This floor tile is stunning — I’ve saved this as inspo for the sunroom we’d love to add on to our house down the road!


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Speaking of sunrooms, the incredible glass roof and architecture of this space is a showstopper!



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Again with the marble trim, and paired with her backsplash tile, the duo feel perfect. We have a lot of plans for a future renovation involving our kitchen so I’m always filing away inspo like this.


handcarved vintage peruvian mirror via The Curated Vintage

Let’s have a moment of silence for this mirror that I missed out on. I have such a soft spot for mirrors as art in homes and this one is stunning!


That custom marble ogee detail up the wall with the framed trim — I die.


Give me all the paned windows. Always.


I love everything by Alex and Trahanas including these fun coasters. Hoping to collect some of their pieces over time for summertime entertaining.


Keeping a room on the more minimal / spare side while still looking layered, nuanced, and finished is HARD. So freaking hard to nail this look and this is a good example of it being well done. It feels layered and interesting yet restrained and refined (it doesn’t even have a rug!). Goals.



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Okay, I’ll wrap up this first installment with a little fashion inspo. Feeling super refreshed by this mix of pastels and metallics — blown away and taking note!


Until next time…ciao!

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