3 Things That Stopped My Scrolling

My world is filled with the best of the best of interior designers, vendors, and well dressed homes. My social media feed reminds me of the days of flipping through gorgeous magazines in my younger years and now that my career is designing luxury¬†homes, I’m fortunate that my passion for beautiful homes is my job full-time.

But with the constant flow of beautiful houses on social media, it’s easy for things to feel the same. That’s why I value unique finds so much and in a world of constant scrolling, there are few things that actually make me stop the constantly moving feed.

So to start off the new year, I thought I’d share with you some new finds that made me stop scrolling.


I love this end table. It feels minimalist in that the structure and practicality is the main feature, but the presentation is unique enough to stand out on its own. I love when standard pieces are presented in a new way. via MCFurnitureCo on Twitter

Long are the days of one long island. Now you can have easier access throughout your kitchen, which would be handy for when you need to quickly get to the stove or want to separate your prepared food from your clean-up station. And who doesn’t love the idea of not having to choose between storage or seating space? I call this a win. via @baystonedepot on Twitter.

I love the concept of the openness of the shower without it being just glass. Adding a nice, textured tile so it cuts the door horizontally in two is a wonderful way to open up the bathroom while adding to the design of it. via Pinterest

Sometimes subtle changes to a design opens up a possibility of ideas for beauty.

I hope everyone had a wonderful New Year and is discovering wonderful new things. What are some new things you’re discovering right now?

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