I’m always one to use sunscreen, but oftentimes, additional forms of coverage are required. Here are some of my favorites for natural sun protection in the form of sun canopies and umbrellas.
As I’ve mentioned in the past, we’re a family that loves to bike. I recently discovered some chic options for hanging them, and wanted to share.
Now that summer is here and the weather is warm, I find myself constantly using my ice buckets – here are some of my favorites:
Once summer hits, I am always looking for the perfect water dispenser to keep on the kitchen counter.
Great grilling is only made better by the best sauces and rubs, and I’ve compiled some of my sweet, smoky, and spicy favorites.
With grilling season officially upon us, I wanted to share some of my favorite tools and supplies, as well as some tips for minimizing its potentially harmful effects.
Every summer, I find myself looking for the best natural bug sprays for the entire family.
When I spent the summer in Tahoe last year, I realized I had a need for a fly swatter, and wanted to find something beautiful.
I met Jessica and her husband years ago when I first opened my West Hollywood store. I asked Jessica to share some of her style secrets, and hope you enjoy.
Mason jars have been popular for quite some time – most people have some variation in their kitchen – but I was recently introduced to all of the amazing accessories that now accompany them. Besides using Mason jars for food storage and canning, I now love them for much, much more. Here are some of my favorites:
Whether for chopping or presentation, great cutting boards are an important component in a thoughtfully assembled kitchen. Here are some of my very favorites:Edward Wohl A master in woodworking and design, Edward Wohl has been making exquisite pieces for more than 40 years, including his signature line of bird’s-eye maple cutting boards. My all-time favorite […]
Our favorite picks for hummingbird feeders both simple and sweet.
In our house, Richard and I stopped buying plastic water bottles almost ten years ago in an effort to go greener and healthier. I was disgusted by the amount of plastic bottles we were going through and got nervous when I would see bubbles at the top of my bottles that had been left in the car. With emerging information about the potential release of carcinogens in plastic bottles that have been exposed to heat, it was very clear that we had to make a change.
Years ago on Remodelista, I discovered the perfect item for leftovers and food prep: BowlOvers, 100% cotton dish covers with elasticized edges that can be washed and used again. I have an aversion to plastic, plastic wraps and anything wasteful, so when I found this eco-friendly option, I was in love.
I picked up my first beautiful suede potholder at
March, one of the chicest home stores I have ever seen, while visiting my sister in San Francisco – and was instantly hooked. When I tried to get more, they were sold out, so naturally I started researching others. Here are some favorites that I have found for your kitchen: