I have vintage lavender dish ware in my cabinets currently but I always dream of changing it all out for a brand new set. I may choose these lovely pieces, a collaboration between Natalie Chanin of Alabama and Heath Ceramics of California. Stunning.
I love the off the shoulder trend that's everywhere this year, but this dress, available at Morgan Kylee in Atlanta, has a really beautiful design. I want...
In my kitchen I have a whole drawer just for tea towels. I love them so... and think I need to add to the pile. I'll start with these lovely hand dyed indigo towels in a tortoiseshell pattern by Jennifer Lesley of Atlanta
It's almost summer so it's a good time to invest in a versatile clog, like the Legna Clog by Peter Nappi in Nashville.
I'm one of those people who never drinks enough water so my skin is often a tad dehydrated. Plus, I travel a bit so a mister of some sort is always in my travel bag. I have a new love for this Rosewater Mist by Aster and Bay of Atlanta. It hydrates plus eases stress and anxiety. Yes please.
I always seem to be in need of pillows. Colette Bream of Kent Island, Maryland takes it up a notch with this wool and leather floor pillow. Love it...
Southern sophisticated...that's my favorite thing about the lovely aprons by Heirloomed in Atlanta. This full sash apron is now on my list for my mom's next birthday gift...
I love the work of Ashley Woodson Bailey in Atlanta. The tough part is just figuring out which floral photograph is my favorite. It's always changing....but this month it's her coral charm peony.
I love soap. I stack it in my bathroom as it always looks pretty and smells divine but then it's just as satisfying to use it. Like with the Lavender and Citrus Essential Oil soap by Waxing Kara of Owing Mills, Maryland. This scrumptious one promotes peace and deep relaxation. Yes please.
Everyone loves the color blue and this patterned pocket square is a fun complement to so many ties. Via Rye 51 of Dallas, Texas.
As I love to curate maps, I'm a big fan of any well thought out city guide- especially one with lots of unusual tidbits and not so obvious info. Like the New Orleans guide by Wildsam, which delves into (in a very creative way) the incredible history and culture of this famed southern city.
The gorgeous ceramic pieces of the artists behind Haand in Graham, North Carolina are among my favorites- particularly their characteristic Cloudware collection. These bowls are inspired by historic Wedgwood Jasperware and the North Carolina sky. Love that...
All my nieces and nephews are grown now- or at least past the baby stage. So I like it when my friends have babies because then I can buy them cute things. Like this colorful romper by The Tea Collection, found at Seed Factory in Atlanta.
It's funny, I've had dogs my entire life and sometimes a certain collar will pop on my dog that I never thought of before- like a cherry red collar a vet once put on my yellow lab or when I tried a royal blue collar on my black pug. It's like a dog fashion epiphany.... which will happen if you buy one of the colorful collars via Dog + Bone of Austin, Texas. Like this blue and yellow beauty...
If you've been to Charleston, then you've most likely already admired the work of the local women who have been crafting their signature baskets made of local palmetto, long pine needles, bulrush and sweetgrass for over 400 years. This small square basket with crutch handle is one of my favorites, and according to the artists themselves, one of the harder designs to make.