To celebrate Thrift Score Thursday, and my first official day back at work after vacation, I thought it was high time I shared the secondhand styled, seaside-loving “after” to my “before” photos of the nautical, New England themed guest bathroom I decorated to corral all my coastal homesickness in one place.
Did you love Naomi Watts’ diamond-encrusted Bulgari snake necklace from Sunday’s Golden Globes? Then you won’t want to miss this vintage “copycat” version from The Distillery Market, which some of you may recognize from our holiday lookbook!
A deeper dive into the best thrifting & vintage shopping in the City of Light – including the top places to refuel on famed culinary treats! – this list of tips for thrifting like a French chick will have you searching for cheap flights & Airbnbs, stat.
If there’s one thing I’ve learned living in Austin, it’s that there’s never a shortage of visitors in from out of town — and they all want to find cowboy boots on a budget. (At least, all my friends & family members have!)
Secondhand style is here to stay, and finally online marketplaces are catching up to the brick-and-mortar stores curating a classy mix of antiques, vintage, and modern pre-owned items with trendy mass appeal.
While this site was down for maintenance over the weekend, Tara and I were busy little bees posting all sorts of holiday projects over on DIY Boston / Boston.com. Like how to make this adorable army of clothespin reindeer ornaments, something I made with my mom and siblings growing up in the 80s in N
It’s our first Christmas season in Texas, and not only do I miss spending festive nights and celebrating decades-old holiday traditions with friends and family back in Boston, I miss seeing familiar Christmas decor — around the city and even in our own home.
History, connecting to the past through objects shared in common, is one of the things that has always drawn me to thrifting, antiquing, swapping, yard sales, garage sales, and flea markets of all kinds.
One of the things that makes me the most homesick, the most regretful about missing fall in Boston this year, is not being there for the grand opening of my friend Abby’s new vintage cookbook & cookwares store Farm & Fable, which debuts to the delight of Boston foodies in the South End at the end of this month.