October 2, 2015

Style We Heart: Wes Chatham and Jenn Brown’s Rustic Nursery


This dynamic TV couple partnered with Oilo to decorate their nursery and we just love the way it turned out. Oozing southern charm and neutral decadence, we want to be a baby just so we can live in this room.

See all the details of this adorable nursery on People Magazine





If your heart didn’t just melt at the site of that adorable baby, we don’t even know you.




photos via Dusty Lu Photography for Oilo

October 1, 2015

Home, Meet Fall.

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Burnt orange, burgundy and bronze are a few of our favorite hues for fall. Get cozy, but stay stylish with some of our picks for the new season.

SHOP: Bonnie Dome Candle / Zuri Throw / Petrified Pear / Ghita Pillow / Le Glamour Print / Hassan Pouf / Golden Gazelles

September 29, 2015

It Girl Style Guide: Charina Scott


1. Tell us about your role at REVOLVE Clothing.

 As the PR Manager for REVOLVE I touch on a lot of different aspects of the industry from behind the scenes. There’s months of preparation that goes into what the audience eventually sees, from working with stylists, celebrities, magazine editors and fashion bloggers to get our products in front of consumers, to planning and producing events around our new campaigns and collections. I wear a lot of hats in this role, which is really exciting because I’m always learning something new and getting to meet the most interesting people.

2. What are the top 3 trends we should be looking out for this fall?

 Something I’m really excited about is how 70′s style is having a major resurgence. I never got to experience it the first time around so I’m looking forward to dressing up in contemporary versions of the most iconic looks from that era. There’s so many fashionable women from that decade that I aspire to emulate, Bianca Jagger, Charlotte Rampling, Ali Macgraw and of course Anita Pallenberg.If I could only pick three trends I would say pussybow blouses, wide-legged suits with long blazers and dark paisley print dresses are definitely the must have’s in your closet for this fall.

 3. What are your three must haves for a space?

 I’m a firm believer in never having enough pillows and throws. It’s a great way to play with prints and colors within a space that isn’t a huge commitment. Lastly a space is never complete without a rug to bring all of your decor elements together. It’s a subtle centerpiece that sets the tone for the the whole room and really can bring it to life.

 4. Do you have one particular piece in your house that you absolutely could never give up?

My absolute treasure is a butterfly shadow box, I picked it up somewhere on Congress St in Austin Texas. The frame is a bit weathered but it has 12 African butterflies and moths that are just captivating.

 5. Would you say there is a correlation between your fashion sense and your home decor style? 

I’m slightly schizophrenic when it comes to my clothing style, I dress for what I’m feeling or the mood i want to evoke that day. I can go from flirty dresses and heels to a leather jacket and all black everything. My home aesthetics on the other hand are more feminine. I love pink and gold accents, furry throws, and polka dots. Fashion is my tool to showcase who I want to be that day, whereas my home is a reflection of my innermost self.

 6. Tell us one of your favorite outfits in your closet.

 I’m currently obsessing over these classic tops from the brand L’Academie. I’ve bought at least two colors or each top because they can literally pair with anything and still feels effortlessly chic.

 7. What is the most gratifying part about working in public relations?

 I work with so many talented people at REVOLVE, and being able to take the end result of all their hard work creating campaigns and design collections to the public is the best feeling in the world. When a magazine writes about a campaign we shot or an event we produced, and when a celebrity or blogger is wearing and showcasing clothing you sent them, and is genuinely excited about your brand, nothing gets better than that.

 8. Where do you go for decor and style inspiration?

I don’t know anyone who doesn’t go on Pinterest to find decor inspiration, except I start out looking for cool bookends and eventually end up somewhere with driftwood lamps! Apartment Therapy is another one I go to find really interesting and well-written articles on DIY and room transformations.

 9. What’s are your favorite things to do on a night in at home?

 Even though I work in PR and we do a lot of events, I much prefer my nights at home! I can usually be found in bed with a hundred of my favorite pillows, my two cats under the covers somewhere and i’m either reading or catching up on Netflix.

 10. You are standing in a blank white room, with your favorite decor pieces at your fingertips. What is the first thing that you do?

 I’d definitely start with a rug! That will set tone for what I would want to create around the space.


September 24, 2015

Outfit to Room: Fall Finds


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stripe rug / tan cross pillow / gold striped lamp / cream throw / trays / art print

Drawing a little inspiration from the fashion world, we’ve found a few pieces that translate into Fall for the home. It’s time to break out the wood tones, cozy textures and neutrals.

September 22, 2015

It Girl Style Guide: Natalie Bowen Brookshire


Natalie Bowen Brookshire, Floral Designer

1. Tell us about your floral design business and how you got started.

I grew up in a family that loves flowers. My mother was a garden designer and my Grandmother had a flower shop in San Francisco in the 1940’s. After growing up under their influence, it just seemed natural to get into the family business. I had such a romantic and unrealistic idea of what being a florist was about, but once I started I knew I loved it and it was my path. I have had my business for thirteen years and I am proud that I started it and took it to where it is today. Being a business owner is not easy, no matter how big your business is. Natalie Bowen Designs is a floral and event design company and I am starting to think about where I want to see the business go. I feel lucky to work with a talented team of people that help support my vision.

 2. Does your work in florals inspire your home decor?

My work in florals inspires my home to always highlight beautiful blooms and branches in our home. We live in a very modern place so I use botanicals to soften the space and bring warmth to the otherwise clean environment.

 3. What are your three must haves for a space?

1. A great scented candle. I love scent.

2. A beautiful fresh flower or plant. Even just a single stem can do the trick.

3. A throw blanket. I live in San Francisco where it is cold almost all of the time, so a throw blanket is needed 345 days a year.

 4. Do you have one particular piece in your house that you absolutely could never give up?

We have a Jonathan Adler “boob” vase that was my husbands when we met. I love it so much and almost always have branches in it. When I first met my husband and we were just dating, I told him that even if we broke up, the vase was going with me!

 5. Would you say there is a correlation between your fashion sense and your home decor style?

I would say that my home is slightly more modern and tailored than my personal style is. My husband is an architect and designed our home, so the home itself reflects his love of midcentury details. That being said, if you take a deeper look into my home you will see earthy, textural, colorful and quirky details that very much compliment my personal style. I’m never afraid of color in my personal wardrobe and while we have a mainly gray and wood home, but we do have an orange sofa. A very bright orange sofa.

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 6. Tell us one of your favorite outfits in your closet.

My go to outfit that has been on repeat this season is a open shall caftan sort of wrap over-shirt thing. It is very Stevie Nicks and was a gift from my best friend in New York as a thank you for visiting her and her new baby right after she was born. The baby’s name is Stevie, so it is so perfect that it was from her. I keep recycling my look over ripped jeans and a bounce with clogs. It is a little funky and unexpected and also really comfy.

 7. What is the most gratifying part about working as a floral designer?

The most gratifying part of being a floral designer is bringing beauty into peoples lives and making someone happy. It is a gift to have a job that so frequently brings happiness into another persons life.

 8. Where do you go for decor and style inspiration?

I like to flip through magazines such as Elle Decor and Vogue but most often my style inspiration comes from my friends. I have a lot of stylish friends who work in design and being around them inspires me daily.

 9. What’s are your favorite things to do on a night in at home?

My husband and I love to cook and eat many of our meals at home. If we aren’t dining out with friends, we are most likely at home cooking. We always set the table with linen napkins and I ALWAYS light a candle. It’s our ritual and way of connecting and I’m so happy that this has been established as part of our routine.

 10. You are standing in a blank white room, with your favorite decor pieces at your fingertips. What is the first thing that you do?

Organize! I am a virgo so I like order. I also love to put everything in place and then never move it. I know many people love to move things around, but I love to find the perfect place and just leave it.


Photos via Jessie Stevens and Danielle Poff

September 17, 2015

Peach Cobbler Recipe

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Despite the heat wave in LA, we’re still excited for fall. One of our favorite things about fall is it gives us an excuse to bake! When we stumble on or know a really good family recipe, it is our duty to share it here with you, so today we’re sharing a family recipe for Peach Cobbler.

Ingredients: 1 29 oz can peaches OR 6-7 good sized fresh peaches, 1 stick butter, 1 cup flour, 1 cup sugar, 3/4 cup milk, 1-1/2 tsp. baking power.


- Melt butter pats in pyrex pan while preheating. Set a timer for 2 minutes so it doesn’t burn! (We usually use a 9×13″ or a little smaller)

- Mix flour, sugar, milk and baking powder together with spoon. I always add a dash of cinnamon for good measure ;)

- If you’re using fresh peaches, peel them and slice. Throw in skillet and combine 1/4 cup sugar and a few sprinkles of cinnamon. Let them simmer for 5-10 minutes until juices flow. (If you’re using a can of peaches, you don’t need to do this. They’re already very sweet!)

- Pour your batter into the pyrex directly over the batter. Do not spread evenly or touch with a spoon once it’s in the pan. Try to drizzle the batter in evenly.

- Arrange peaches to cover your dough. Make sure the peaches and ALL the juice ends up in the baking pyrex.

- Bake at 375 for 40 minutes. Check at 30 min and add a sprinkle of cinnamon to the top if wanted.

- Let stand for 10-15 to cool, then serve with vanilla ice cream.


Recipe by Michaela Noelle Designs for Lulu & Georgia

September 16, 2015

The View From Above: Your Desk.

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Your desk always looks pristine and chic, right? Because ours are never messy. Hmm…okay. We’re totally guilty. But look, it doesn’t matter what state of cleanliness your workspace is in, if you have cute desk accessories. So go ahead….clutter away, we won’t tell anyone. ;)

SHOP: Kate Spade New York Pencil Pouch / Brass Triangle Stand / Paper Crown + Rifle Paper Desktop Notepad / Clear Rosa iPhone 6 Plus Case / Rorschach Notebook Set / Heart Trinket Dish

September 15, 2015



Monica Wang, Photographer – Los Angeles

1. Tell us about how you got started in photography. 

I started photography as a way to escape away from my current 9 to 5 (it was boring, unfulfilling, you get it!).  I always knew I loved taking pictures but I had no idea that I could turn photography into a career.  But something shifted inside of me when I turned 30.  I decided that I didn’t want to live my life with ANY regrets.  Life is just too short!  So I took a big leap of faith, got a photography internship, and read through as many books as possible; the rest fell into place but not without perseverance, self reflection, and a very supportive husband.

2. As an interiors photographer, do you have any insider tips for styling a home? 

I would say just take your time and do it gradually!  A lot of times I will buy a couple pieces, put it in my home, move it around from room to room ’til I find the perfect spot for it. I think if you take your time to find the pieces in your home it will end up being more thoughtful and curated vs buying everything at one store all at once.


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3. What are your three must haves for a space? 

An amazing rug, plants to add life,​ and brass details! 

4. Do you have one particular piece in your house that you absolutely could never give up? 

​My grandmother’s vintage ivory piano.  It is very sentimental to me ​because I remember playing on it in front of my family as a little girl.  I have fond memories from it when we were all in a different place and time and I find that priceless.  
6. Tell us one of your favorite outfits in your closet. 
I have these black vegan leather leggings that I pair with this blue cape in a sweater material and my Rag and Bone booties. It sounds hard to picture now that I say it but it’s just one of those unexpected outfits you have to see on!  Those are the best outfits.  The ones that look weird hanging on the rack but when you put it on, it just works in a surprising way.
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7. What is the most gratifying part about being a photographer? 
​Meeting all the lovely people I meet on the job.  It is so fun collaborating with successful small business owners and insanely creative people!   I love feeding off of that energy!
8. Where do you go for decor and style inspiration?
Domino, ​Elle Decor and Design Sponge!  I also subscribe to Feedly and every morning I read through all my favorite blogs with my tea. It’s my morning ritual.
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9. What are your favorite things to do on a night in at home?
​Light my PF candles (obsessed with Teakwood & Tobacco), pour a glass of wine and watch the Bachelor.  And if I want to be more social, I do impromptu wine nights with girlfriends!  I love hosting when I can.   A cheese plate and a glass of rosé never hurt anyone!  
10. You are standing in a blank white room, with your favorite decor pieces at your fingertips. What is the first thing that you do?

I would also whitewash the floors if they weren’t already and get a bunch of Beni Ourain rugs and layer them throughout the room. Once you have a good base with great rugs, it is much easier to add in other pieces of furniture and artwork.  My dream is to live in a sun-filled home that is a mix of Scandinavian and that cool LA vibe.  


September 11, 2015



We love pizza so we obviously love this: Pizza in the Wild by Jonpaul Douglass

This living room makeover is right up our alley.

The high Southern California temperatures have us longing for cooler weather and fall fashion.

Yep, we will be making this.

This nursery featuring our Elodie Rug couldn’t be any cuter.

Capes are on our fall wardrobe checklist, for sure.

We remember 14 years ago. A journey to the top of the new Freedom Tower.

September 10, 2015

3 End of Summer Cocktails to Try

With summer on its way out (although it feels like we’re smack in the middle of it here in California with this heat wave!) we’re loving a few super delicious cocktails. Whether you’re throwing an end-of-summer BBQ, get together with your girlfriends, or enjoying a fun night in with your roommates, one of these recipes is bound to make the occasion more fun! Enjoy…

1. Blackberry Mojito: a little muddling, mixing and a garnish of fruit, and you’ll have a delicious blend of fruit and mint in no time.

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2. Burbon Peach Lemonade: there’s nothing like a cool glass of lemonade on a summer day, so spice it up a bit and enjoy.


3. Sangria: host an end-of-summer fiesta and serve this red wine sangria!



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