Friday Favourites: A White Christmas

If you haven't noticed, I really love themed posts!
Where all of the photos look beautiful together and have a similar idea behind them.
Obviously this post is Christmas inspired, while I dream about snow.
We haven't had a snowfall that stays yet, but I am hoping in the next month we get one!

Photo Source: Instagram @thewhitecompany and @curtiscreation

Friday Favourites: Rustic Christmas

It's halfway through November, so I think it is safe to start sharing all of my favourite Christmas decor! These are some of my favourites from this week, that aren't too Christmassy, but are very cheery in my opinion. 

White Christmas from
Definitely Christmas date goals! I would love to do this, it seems like a perfect day! We used to do this when I was little, and get hot chocolate. 

Farmhouse Inspirations

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I was home visiting my parents this weekend and my Dad is always talking about redecorating. 
Whether or not he does - I am in love with the theme I came up with.
He has a century home with some exposed brick, antique's and some rustic pieces so I decided a farmhouse style would be gorgeous. Then, he has a more formal living and dining room space, where the blue Ralph Lauren style would come into place.
Check out some of my favourite inspiration photos below. 

California Roadtrip

As you may already know from my Instagram or as you will soon know from this post - we recently did a little California road trip, including San Francisco, Yosemite, Big Sur (driving down highway one) and Los Angeles! I wanted to share some details of what we did on the trip, and suggestions on what I would change if I did it again.

Friday Favourites: Cozy Cabin

Spending the weekend at a chalet and dreaming of snow, warm drinks and cozy blankets!
This weeks favourites are inspired by cozy winter days inside.

Colors To Make Your Home Feel Like Summer All Year

Guest Post by Jay David from

Is summer your favorite season of the year? When the weather starts to cool down do you begin dreaming about the following spring?

If this sounds like you, then why not bring summer into your home?