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Emily Thompson Flowers + Best of the Web


For our final weekly wrap-up of the year, we thought we’d share a little peek into one of our favorite new shops, fully decked-out in festive holiday style!

Banoffee Pie from The Fat Radish Kitchen Diaries


If you’ve never heard of Banoffee Pie, be prepared to discover your new favorite dessert. My favorite dessert flavor combination of all time is chocolate and banana, so when I had my first bite of Banoffee years ago, I was an instant fan.

A Balanced LA Home Filled With Humor and Heart


Like most things in life, creating a home as a couple is all about compromise. Just ask Lara Bandler and Chad Hogan, the owners of this beautiful home in Topanga Canyon, California.

Holiday Baking Ideas


Baking for friends, family, and Santa is something I look forward to each Christmas.  To be honest, lately, I mostly look forward to someone else baking!

Jenna’s Bedroom Makeover


I will never fail to be amazed by the power of molding and decorative woodwork. I’ve always had a soft spot for painted wood paneling and wainscoting, but when you combine them and throw in a beautiful wooden floor, I’m sold.

A Rural 1800s Barn Becomes a Modern Home


After spending several years living within the concrete confines of Manhattan, designer Bill Hovard began to get the itch that befalls many a longterm New Yorker—the desire to uproot to greener, quieter pastures.

The Changing Pay Rates for Creative Talent


This year’s radio season is just about over, so for our 99th show, I wanted to address a complicated, controversial and crucial topic affecting our community: The Changing Pay Rates for Creative Talent in the Internet and Pinterest era.

Recycled Jeans Become a Comfy Lounge


Most of the before & afters we share here on the site start out with the same materials: paint, wood and metal.

DIY Branch Ladder


Natural elements have the power to make even the best spaces look a little bit better. There are endless ways you can bring some of the outside in, but one of my favorite ways is working with branches.

15 Gift Subscriptions for the Holidays


Nothing will ever beat a handmade gift or experience, in my book, but gifts that continue throughout the year are a close second for me.

DIY Boxwood Diamond Wreath


Boxwood wreaths are a holiday classic. They’re gorgeous in their simplicity and I always prefer them on their own without too much fuss.

In the Hudson Valley, Room for Work and Play


One thing I love about writing Sneak Peeks is the occasional opportunity to revisit the home of someone we’ve featured in the past.

25 Inspiring Collections


I haven’t been able to put down my copy of Collected: Living with the Things You Love since it arrived a few weeks ago.

Biz Ladies: Your Most Overlooked Biz Success Secret


Running your own business can often feel like a series of  “trial and error” moments. Attempting to find the methods and systems that work best and most effectively can be a bumpy road and leave you questioning your abilities. Jen Louden, a personal growth pioneer who helped launch the self-care movement with her first book, The Woman’s Comfort Book, understands better than anyone how self-doubt can plague your biz.

A Minimal and Liveable New Zealand Home By The Beach


I often shy away from super-minimal and/or newer-build homes in favor of the charm and comfort of an older home, but blogger, writer and stylist Michelle Halford’s nest may have me taking that back.

Sean Brock’s Cornbread Recipe


There is nothing more nostalgic than the smell of food from your childhood. Growing up, I had two favorite corn dishes, spoonbread and cornbread.

Printable Freebie: Woodland Gift Tags


Not to send anybody into a blind panic, but it’s officially crunch time: Christmas is less than ten days away. If you’re anything like me, this time of year will find you frantically running around doing all of the holiday shopping you should have been doing months ago like a responsible, level-headed adult.

We Bought a Home!


Last Friday, Julia and I packed up our tiny car with as many essentials as we could fit and we drove upstate to sign the contract on our new home!

Postwar Construction Meets Prewar Charm in Victoria


I have a moderately unproven and probably not-all-that-accurate theory that shopkeepers and restauranteurs are preternaturally adept when it comes to the task of homemaking.

A Mix of Old and New in Charleston, SC


Nothing makes me happier than hearing about artists and designers moving to (or staying in) the south to set up shop and be a part of the incredible communities there.


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