Spring arrives way too late in my opinion, especially in Boston. By March, I am ready for greenery to emerge from the frozen earth. So here's a little moodboard to represent my state of mind. 

ARTIST: Tortus Copenhagen

Check out these gorgeous vessels; all created by one of my new favorite artists, Tortus Copenhagen. Last winter in the midst of snowmageddon, I began taking pottery classes and while researching different techniques I came across their work. I became seriously obsessed with the forms and their unbelievable glazing skills. The colors they are able to achieve are some of the best I've seen. If you want to be overwhelmed by beautiful photos and learn more about them click here.  Their instagram is off the charts inspiring!

Oh and if you are ever in Copenhagen, please pick one up for me, their new shop opens February 26th.

TINY HOME: High quality finishes

I must admit, I love a tiny home. This one caught my eye because of the exceptional attention to high quality finishes, minimalist details and clear personality. The color palette is so inviting and calming, if I owned a tiny home, this would be it. 

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HELLO: Again!

Welcome to our new and improved site! It's a new year so we thought we'd upgrade to a new look and we hope you like it as much as we do. 

I'm not going to sugar coat it, 2015 was a tough year. And really what it all boils down to is moving is really hard. And I'm not referring to the packing and material aspect of it, that part was fairly simple (I am officially an expert). I'm talking the uprooting and replanting part of it. The truth is that I have found myself questioning my decisions and wondering if we made the right choice to settle in Boston. I love experiencing a new city, and the thrill of every day being different from the last. That nothing is familiar. While abroad, we fantasized for hours over glasses of wine and long walks through cities about what we wanted our lives to look like when we got home. With such excitement, my heart felt so free and light, I knew what I wanted to do, and dammit, nothing was going to stop me!

Well friends, I'm sorry to say I let everything stop me. As the distance between my friends and family seemed further than ever, the differences and negatives of Boston grew much more apparent and I lost it. I lost sight of my goals and I stopped trying to discover all the amazing things that this city has to offer.  I'm not saying everything is figured out, I have a lot of exploring to do. But I am so excited to do it! I think its time to give New England a fighting chance and get back to spending more time here with you, which means more time out there, exploring and embracing this adventure. 

I'd like to share a few of my favorite moments spent in the city this past year.