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Whitney English's philosophy of wholehearted, creative living is a recipe for a beautiful life that anyone can follow. Through her blog, shop, and insights, Whitney offers a wealth of knowledge and experience, delivered with a warmth and kindness that make her feel like an old friend. For anyone seeking inspiration, guidance, or simply a friendly voice to guide them, Whitney is a true treasure - a shining example of what can be achieved with hard work, perseverance, and a generous spirit.
Love these small plates from John Derian. I think a collection of these would be so fun! You could pull out all these for halloween–the skull and cross bones could double as a preppy motif for non-seasonal decorating.
One of my favorite things to do this time of year is start scouting the next year’s desk calendars. Ilee has come out with an exquisite, luxurious little work of art in a desk calendar. The letterpress work is topped off with handpainted details–truly scrumptious. The 2010 version does not disappoint. Available at Etsy.
I most definitely need this weekender bag from Death and Texas. First of all, don’t you love that name? Secondly, how can you resist the ticking/leather contrast? Doesn’t it remind you of a great Pottery Barn room? And last but not least, doesn’t it just scream “Take me to the Hamptons!”? P.S. I have a…
We love feedback, good or bad. But we really love great feedback! It was so sweet of one of our retailers, Courtney Peterson from Paper Savvy, to write us this morning: “I just wanted to let you all know that the Whitney English Candles were a huge hit at the Sip and Shop!! I could…
Love this work space from Shop Talk.
How can you not be completely enthralled with this modern interpretation of black and white toile on these Pierre Frey plates? I think I need these to hang in, oh, almost any room in our house? They go with everything!