Now that’s a breakfast spread - always save some room for the buffet @sohohouse when in NYC✨✨ no photos allowed 🤭 and I’m just a chicken so this is me sneaking one from my chair - which isn’t great as I’m not sure I like the shape of the lights from this angle😂😂🙃. #prettycitynewyork - ps thank you all so much for your amazing words of encouragement on my last post - they gave me such a boost and the confidence to see this amazing opportunity through 🌹🙏🏻
These weeks have been so full, they’re flying by. And somehow I’ve managed to jam pack my Fridays full of everything from consults to site visits to design meetings and everything in between. Wishing I had my run this am, but feeling alright that it was missed due to a sick baby needing extra snuggles in bed. 💙
interior design & rug: #thayerdesignstudio
Orchid lovin’ 🌸 Happy Friday y’all! A little bit of work today then moseying about to get some errands completed prior to my travels. I fly out to Denver on Sunday for 10 days for work. Cue exhausted look 👀 It’s a long time being away from home for sure. Denver is a lovely city though so I’m hoping that I get some time to go hiking at least! Wishing everyone a fabulous day!
Currently #London bound for 30 hours to check out Focus/18 and 100% Design. Travel + Design = my happy place. Sometimes you need to refill the inspiration bank. Sometimes you need to wander city streets alone to recharge your battery. Sometimes you need time away from your adorable tiny monsters. And that’s okay. Whatever it is you need, I grant you permission to treat yourself to that the weekend. You’re welcome.
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