I have a bad habit of buying pretty design books and then never looking at them but the new Domino book is full of ALL of the home inspiration + practical advice. I am making a few changes and find myself constantly referring back to it.
I scooped up this linen mist at the most darling store up in Hudson Valley (the scent is Opus 1 – a mix of french lavender, black pepper and sandalwood) and am obsessed. I spray whenever I have company over and get so many questions about the fragrance!
I get so many compliments on my Juju Hat. It hangs over my desk, which is fitting as the Juju hat is a symbol of prosperity and divinity in Bamileke culture. (Birds are sacred to the Bamileke because of their power of flight – and ability to soar to the heavens.)
It’s such a small thing, but laying this wooden ladder against the wall near my couch has made such a difference for my small apartment. I am always cold, so I have a lot of throw blankets. This is the perfect (inexpensive) way to store + show them off.
My Day of the Dead Skull (from St. Frank, my fav!) is one of the pieces in my apartment that gets the most compliments. Isn’t it fun? I’ve always loved skulls (and blue + white for that matter) and I love the meaning behind the Day of the Dead.
If you are looking to add the perfect pop of color to your home, I love my sister’s Blooms Pillow. The multi-color palette goes with pretty much everything, and the colors are just so pretty. It reminds me of one of her watercolor paintings.