Vieques| Wild Horses + Beaches.

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This past weekend we popped over to Vieques for a pre-thanksgiving vacation sans kids. Vieques is an island off of Puerto Rico that was closed to tourism until very recently. It has a very off the beaten path feel to it, along with you know: A FERAL HORSE POPULATION that is NUTS! I added some of these photos over to my shop - I'm also currently … [Read more...]

Lily of the Valley, Paris.

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Escapism via internet. This is a new little tea bar that opened up  this summer in the Marais in Paris. Just looking at it gives me that excited feeling of being a traveler in the springtime, when it's warm in the sun but still cool in the shade,  looking chic and being incredibly excited to be alive, and having a lovely day shopping and strolling … [Read more...]

Laundry | On the Clothesline.

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  A few days ago, I came across a photo of a clothesline hanging in a home... Like this: Whoops, I then proceeded to pull out all the photos I took of laundry while traveling this summer. Unfortunately, you don't see much in the way of brightly colored laundry in Manhattan. I think it's so lovely. These photos are from Italy and … [Read more...]

Inside the Kohler Factory| Then and Now.

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Have you ever been on a factory tour? I'm really racking my brain here trying to think of other time that I have - maybe with school? or Grandma as a kid? I can't recall! Last week, I was treated to a 2 day trip to Kohler, Wisconsin with a group of other bloggers. When I was initially invited, I said yes, because A, Kohler is a great brand, and B, … [Read more...]

Fontastic New Jersey.

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Last week, my friend Grace of Sweet Sweet City took me on a little vintage sign hunting trip around NJ. New Jersey is very much a living breathing time capsule. The sun faded colors, the vintage types, the faded glory. These aren't just relics, these are functioning companies! It's lovely. I thought we could celebrate Americana and the nostalgia of … [Read more...]