Festive Living Room

December 21, 2016

When we - my husband and I - first moved into our house in Dallas we had a fairly large front living room that was completely empty. I dubbed it the "Christmas tree room" even back in July because the front-facing plantation shutters were perfect for displaying a pretty, fresh tree in front of and the white fireplace was just begging for our Christmas stockings to be hung from it. Fast forward to almost 6 months later and a lot has changed in our Christmas tree room.

We were able to fill the room with some pieces that we absolutely love from ATG Stores that make the room cozier than ever on our first Christmas in this house...

I have a hard time picking a favorite piece in the room because it really did all come together so well, but I can safely say that our dog Camp’s favorite the Hadley/Hemingway Rug by Loloi. The rug was one of the first items I picked – and this first piece to arrive – and it alone made a world of difference in the room as soon as we laid it down. The rug is soft and cozy and different from any rug in our house which makes it special. Finding a one-color rug that has visual interest isn’t always easy and I love that this one looks striped with its cut pile and loop construction.

Truth be told, the first piece I fell for when I started browsing the ATG Stores site was the Antoinette Antiqued French Accent Chair by Baxton Studio in the yellow linen. Yellow is my most favorite color and we had yet to use the hue it in any other room of our house, so it seemed meant to be when I saw this chair. They add just the perfect punch of happy color to the room without being too much and I love the classic design of them. With the bright chairs, a neutral rug seemed like a perfect choice and also led me to wanting a neutral sofa. *Side note: our pup Dolly loves perching in the chair that sits closest to the front windows.

I had a vision for what I wanted in a “living room” sofa (we have a sectional sofa in our family room by our TV) and in my mind I wanted something somewhat formal-looking but also approachable and inviting. Nothing worse than having furniture that guest feel is too nice to sit on! I instantly gravitated for the Emily Tufted Sofa by Pacific Loft for it’s velvet texture and turfed design. The curves compliment the French design of the chairs and the beige hue is just slightly darker than the ivory of the rug, keeping it from blending in.

With the yellow chairs making such a color statement, it was a little hard for me to determine what type of coffee table I wanted to anchor the sitting area. I knew I wanted something rectangular so that the length could sit parallel to the couch and the chair could sit on either side of it. My mom (who helped me pursue all the ATG Stores pages and weigh in on the look of the room) is the one who first found the Back to the Roots Atlantis Coffee Table by GroovyStuff. At first I wasn’t sure if the piece would be too much of a departure from the elegant chairs and sofa but my mom was right in suggesting it because the organic nature of the table is a perfect contrast to the structured sitting pieces. I love how the wood warms up the space and goes well with our crisp white walls and the art that we knew would be in the room.

This room is hands down my favorite room in our house – it is the first place we see when we walk into the door and it never ceases to make me smile. As I had pictured when we first moved in, the space has become even more special with the Christmas holiday.

My husband and I picked out our fresh tree after Thanksgiving and we got to hang the collection of ornaments my mom has been gifting me each year since I was a baby. I was pretty impressed by how full the tree was though I feel like we still need to thoughtfully add some more ornaments over time. It will be exciting to share the ornament tradition with a new baby next Christmas and for many Christmases to come.

Another family tradition? Our needlepoint stockings which were literally a labor of love over the past year and a half by Molly and my mom. After my husband and I got married my mom and I had the designs painted by a local needlepoint studio in Kansas City (we were inspired by vintage Christmas illustrations) and once they were ready to stitch Molly took over mine and my mom went to town on Robert’s. We already have one painted and ready for stitching to add to the mantle for the new baby, which is so exciting (and a little surreal). It’s one of my task in the New Year and I’m really excited to get going on it. I’m a slower stitcher than my mama and Molly so I’ll need all the time I can to complete it before next year!

And of course, I couldn’t leave our puppies out when it came to representing the family with stockings. I learned about Shari Ledji and her Red Llama Studio –  she makes absolutely darling custom felt, initial stockings – and thought the modern design would look great along side the needlepoint stockings. I was able to pick the colors when The Loveliest hosted a trunkshow with Shari months ago and love how they coordinate. They seriously out better than I could have expected!

Aside from our Christmas tree and the stockings, the other big holiday decor moment happening in the living room are the colorful bottle brush trees on our mantle. I found them at Neiman Marcus in the fall and jumped at getting all the colors (they came in little six-piece color groupings). Sadly, there’s only one color left – but I’m sure they will be back next year.

See why I smile every time I walk into this room!?

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Bedtime Must Haves

December 9, 2016

My nighttime routine has been completely turned upside down as of recently. After moving into a two-bedroom duplex in Dallas at the beginning of September I decided to make one of those bedrooms a true "master bedroom." Because I'm the master of my life. And because it was the perfect excuse to graduate to a king-sized bed. So I got a new, amazinggggg mattress from Loom & Leaf at the end of October - slept on it sans bed frame for a few weeks - then got a bed delivered and put together the day before I brought Rosebud home. Rosie was a champ in her kennel (also in my bedroom) for three weeks. Then this week she told me she was o.v.e.r. it and needed to be in the big bed with me and her brother Blue.

Fine. I love my pups and love sleeping with them. But anyone who sleeps with dogs in their bed knows it can be a struggle to get any actual sleeping accomplished because fur babies tend to move around, take up room, wake up at night to go out, etc. My struggle is especially real with Rosebud still being so little and very into roaming around. The only way I'm able to get even a few winks each night with two labs in bed with me is because I now have more room with the larger bed and I have not one - but two - NIGHT Pillows. I got my first NIGHT Pillow last May and it kind of changed my life. When I got my king-sized bed I got a king-sized NIGHT Pillow. Because, again, I'm the master of my life and take my sleep situation seriously. Keep reading to learn why I can't live without my NIGHT Pillow, why I think it makes for the perfect gift, and what other must-haves I need for bedtime...

 

I’m a give-me-tons-of-pillows-on-the-bed person. I like them for sleeping on and for decor purposes. Even when I was in my queen-sized bed I was working with four sleeping pillows (two squishy that wore pillow cases, two more firm that were dressed in standard sham cases), two euros, and a lumbar. I thought, “This seems good. Excessive even. What more could I need?” Then I learned about NIGHT Pillows and realized I could not have been more naive about what constitutes as a life altering pillow. What is a NIGHT Pillow? It’s a hypoallergenic polyurethane memory foam pillow form wrapped in a luxurious black TriSilk case. It’s like sleeping on a dream wrapped in a wish and sprinkled with smiles.

Oh…you all have heard of memory foam pillows? Well this one is different. NIGHT uses a memory foam formula to make a pillow that’s lighter/airier/fluffier than anything else on the market. But what makes the pillow super special is its TriSilk case. Sleeping on silk might seem crazy luxurious – and it is! – but aside from it feeling like butter, TriSilk has amazing beauty benefits. Most pillows and cases are made with extremely absorbent materials (cotton, polyester, etc) and they literally suck moisture from your skin and hair which contributes to wrinkles, and oil from your hair which causes lovely bed-head. They also attract and lock in pollutions and allergens (dust mites, dead skin, bacteria and oils from your skin) which can cause breakouts and skin irritation. Ew. The NIGHT Pillowcase is made with TriSilk – a propriety blend with spandex that makes it moisturizing and incredibly strong. You actually don’t have to wash the case as much as you would a normal pillowcase because silk is naturally antibacterial but it’s 100% machine washable and comes with a special case to keep it in perfect condition.

The NIGHT Pillow, as y’all may have noticed, is black. Probably not what you are used to (I wasn’t) but it makes total sense. For one, the black negates light which optimizes your body’s natural production of melatonin. If you’re using a sleep masks mask to block out light you’d be surprised to find what a difference going from a white or light colored pillowcase to a black one does for eliminating the light hitting your face. The hue also doesn’t show dirt and oils the same way white does. So if you are a girl who sleeps with a full face of makeup (no judgement!) or one that piles on pigmented oils and or heavy skin products (guilty) you’re not going to wake up every morning grossed out. I personally love how the black mixes with my bedroom but I also happen to be playing with darker hues. My mom also has a NIGHT Pillow and her bedroom has a light headboard and all white and green bedding – no clashing. Black is luxe and plays well with pretty much any decor situation!

So. I myself had never used a memory foam pillow – kind of thinking it was a bigger investment than it was worth and that it wouldn’t impact my sleep in a meaningful way. But crappy pillows (like the “normal” ones I was using) can lead to crappy sleep, and ordinary pillowcases (like the ones I have and still use on my “normal” pillows) can really take more of a toll on your skin and hair then you realize. Just one night of using my NIGHT Pillow and I was a convert. Now I can’t sleep without it – it even comes with me when I drive home – and I can honestly say it’s had a legitimate impact on improving my sleep (I’m always comfortable now, no tossing and turning to find the perfect spot) and making me wake up with skin that’s received the benefits from all the skincare I slathered on it the night before.

Aside from always having my NIGHT Pillows in bed (I sleep on the king-size and Blue has taken over the standard-size) there are a few other things necessary to me getting situated for my shut eye:

  • Freshly made bed: I make my bed every morning. Not because I’m worried someone will see it unmade (I live alone and rarely have guests) but because I relish climbing into tight, tucked in sheets. My sheets get washed at least once a week but having them smoothed out and tucked into place each morning makes getting in them each night feel clean and fresh. *Side note: I’m waiting on new bedding so don’t judge my very basic sheets and naked duvet!
  • iPhone on the charger: I have to have my iPhone plugged in and charging next to me while I’m in bed. Waking up with a full battery makes me feel like I can take on the day. A lot of people charge their phone in the bathroom or across the room so they are forced to get out of bed in the morning and not stay under the covers and scroll through emails/Instagram/etc. I am not one of these people. I tried the whole phone-in-a-different room thing and it only made me feel panicked.
  • Clean skin: no matter how tired I am or how annoying the process can be when it’s late at night, I don’t skip on washing my face. Most nights I love going through my full routine and slathering on my products but if I’m lazy I’ll do cleanser, an oil, eye balm and call it a night. Oh and my teeth. I could never sleep without brushing. Just the thought of waking up in the morning having not brushed is enough to give me spine shivers.
  • Bedside table stash: glass of water, lip stuff, hand stuff. I won’t always sip the water and I’ll more than likely forget to put lotion on my hands but I never go to bed without swiping something moisturizing on my lips.
  • Eye mask: Sally is really the one who can’t sleep without an eye mask (she’s literally dependent on it by this point). I can go without one – and often do – but if I’m feeling restless the slight pressure of having something across my eyes does something to help lull me to sleep.
  • Reading: even if I only get through a few pages, ending the day with some reading time is one of my rituals. I read on my iPad (I know, I know – so bad to be looking at a screen before bed) and depending on how my day went I’m either staying up late to keep going through a great story or barely able to keep my eyes open.
  • Pups: for those who don’t have dogs or ones that sleep in bed you might be thinking, “OMG how can you sleep with giant animals in your bed getting their fur everywhere?” Well, for one, I wash my sheets every week. And as a single lady sleeping alone, the love I feel when I have Blue and Rosie snuggling up to me at night is kind of the best feeling in the world.

I’m honestly wanting to crawl in bed from just typing this post. I’ve always loved my bed, even before I upgraded to a king-size, but my NIGHT Pillows have just made me that much more obsessed. And with it being the season of giving, I’ve already gotten NIGHT Pillows for a few people. Because they really are the perfect gift! They’re something most everyone will love but not necessarily buy for themselves, and the perfect combination of form and function. How many gifts have you gotten that you can really admit to using as much as you would a pillow? We spend a third of our lives with our sleeping pillows! My friends at NIGHT (and yes, at this point I feel like I really can call the sweet people on their team friends) did an awesome blog post (here) going into more details about why a NIGHT Pillow makes the perfect present and I’m just going to list out their reasons because they’re really fantastic:

  • One size fits all
  • Gender neutral
  • Always appropriate
  • Black matches everything
  • Always needed
  • The gift that keeps on giving

Great for people you love, people that are impossible/hard to buy for, people that love luxe stuff…people who sleep? Basically, NIGHT Pillows are great for anyone and everyone (:

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The Art of La Soirée

October 20, 2016

If there was ever a dream duo for entertaining, it would be Cointreau and lifestyle & entertaining expert Camille Styles. The other week I attended a seasonal soirée hosted by the two and was blown away by how they transformed the space at Oak in Dallas into a inspired setting that told the story of changing cool-weather seasons from fall, through winter, and into the new year. Each of the three seasons was represented by its own festive tablescape and included handmade décor, seasonal cuisine and cocktail recipes, and chic mementos...

You'd think that walking into a space with such amazing decor would be intimidating but I was immediately inspired. Nothing about the soirée said "home-made" but there was an approachable, almost effortless aspect to the elevated event that made me want to try hosting my own festive gathering. I've been telling everyone I know that the Cointreau Rickey is my new drink of choice and serving them up for some of my friends seemed like the perfect excuse to get in the entertaining spirit and apply a little of what I saw at the soirée in my own space. Because if there's one thing I learned from attending the event, it's that with Cointreau it's never just a party, it's always a soirée.

 

So what is a soirée? I know…it sounds fancy. And it can be! But my take away from the night with Cointreau and Camille was that a soirée can be fancy, but it’s mostly about creating a welcoming, festive, and comfortable atmosphere for guests. It doesn’t have to take a lot of time (or money) to design an inspired gathering. Just a little creativity, and an artful twist on environment, good friends, cuisine and fine cocktails.

To bring the spirit of La Soirée to my own home I invited friends over for cocktails and appetizers before a night out and took a nod from the “fall” tablescape and scent at the event. Some wood serving pieces, copper accents, colorful autumn-hued florals, and some pumpkins conveyed the look and warmth of the season without taking things over the top. I’m all about the “elevated casual” when it comes to dressing (think silk top and ripped jeans) and entertaining (fine china and guests sitting on the sofa) so I wanted the overall feel to be pretty but feel effortless and relaxed. I always want guests to feel appreciative but not guilty over the time I spend pulling things together!

Since I was hosting people for light bites and cocktails, I wanted the main focus to be about, well, the drinks! Normally I would be intimidated about playing mixologist but the Cointreau Rickey (the brand’s signature cocktail and my new favorite) is really easy to make & customize, and I have yet to serve it to someone who didn’t also love it. To take it one step further and play up the fall theme, I wanted to serve the Cointreau Apple Rosemary Rickey – same great taste as the original with some added seasonal flavors. I set up my bar cart to just hold the tools and ingredients I needed for the drink recipe.

If you’re not familiar with Cointreau, it’s the original orange liquor known that’s a key spirit in some of the most popular cocktails in the U.S. (including the Margarita, the Cosmopolitan and the Sidecar). At 80 proof, Cointreau is extremely versatile in that can be mixed with various spirits or stand on its own in a cocktail. Basically, it’s delicious and has a refreshing taste that’s free of any bite.

Here’s how to make the delish Cointreau Apple Rosemary Rickey:

.The Recipe:

  • 2 oz Cointreau
  • 1 oz fresh lime juice (the juice of one lime)
  • 3-4 oz club soda
  • 3 slices of tart apple
  • 7 leaves of fresh rosemary

.How to Create:

  1. Muddle fresh ingredients (apple slices and rosemary)
  2. Pour 2 oz Cointreau
  3. Squeeze 1 oz fresh lime juice
  4. Add ice and club soda and stir (I like to use crushed ice though be advised that it does melt faster than cubes)
  5. Garnish rosemary sprig and slice of apple

I also found this handy YouTube video for the Cointreau Apple Rosemary Rickey recipe (I wanted to make sure I was muddling correctly!) and it just proves how easy the cocktail is to make. Best part? No mess with a shaker!

To go along with the drink I served up what I feel to be the best crowd pleaser: a cheese board. Apples slices compliment the cocktail recipe and go great with creamy brie, dried cranberries tie into the seasonal mood (Thanksgiving ’tis coming, after all!), and toasted baguette slices with soft

Feeling inspired to host your own soirée? I hope so! You can find lots more inspiration – including decor ideas, party themes, and drink recipes for every season – from Cointreau and their “The Art of La Soirée” events right here.

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Event Hosting with Alice’s Table

October 11, 2016

I can't remember if I ever mentioned it in an earlier blog post (the summer was a blur) but I'm not teaching this year. Taking a little time away from the classroom. I adore being around kids and really loved the schools I've been able to teach at, but between: getting engaged, moving to San Francisco, getting married, moving to Dallas - all the past two years - I finally had to admit that I needed a break. So between helping Molly on more blog stuffs and doing some nanny jobs, my days are something they never used to be...free for me to plan!

And okay, I admit it, I'm starting to feel an itch to do something. But anytime I sit and really think about what a "dream" job would look like I envision flexible hours, something creative, and the opportunity to do as much or as little as I want. I basically want what doesn't exist. At least I didn't think something like it existed until I learned about Alice's Table. Alice Rossiter launched her flower-arranging event business in 2015 as a way to give her overworked self a more flexible and creative career. What started as way for Alice to host flower arranging events in and around New England grew into something much more...recently, the team at Alice's Table launched an Event Host platform where women entrepreneurs can run their own lifestyle business hosting floral events in their hometowns. Curious? I was too! So I partnered with Alice's Table to live a little "day in the life" of an event host.

 

First of all, I’m obsessed with flowers. They were a big part of my wedding and I’m not kidding when I said I cried when the stunning arrangements from my reception were dismantled and gone. I kept and dried my bouquet from the big day and even had a pipe dream of taking some flower arranging classes in San Francisco over the summer to see if I had a knack for handling the blooms I love so much. Alas, life moved too quickly for me to ever put those plans into action.

So yes, my initial attraction to Alice’s Table came from the flower arranging aspect – but was assured that being a DIY expert is NOT a requirement to joining the Event Host program. What is required: a passion to be your own boss, desire to learn the in’s and out’s of the business and engage in the community of event hosts, and enjoy the creativity and fun that comes with teaching and socializing. I know what you’re thinking (because I was thinking it, too), “Is this like my friends who do sell XYZ jewelry/makeup/etc. and are always trying to get me to buy things?” Um, no. The Event Host program has a very transparent pricing structure (no pyramid scheme) and the Alice’s Table team is very involved in supporting hosts with marketing support and strategic ideas – think reaching out to local organizations and corporate companies versus hitting up friends and family. I loved the Q+A Alice did with Rockets of Awesome here as it answered a lot of questions I didn’t even know that I had about the program. (P.S. this write up on Brit + Co is also a great overview on the Event Host program!)

From what I can tell, becoming an Event Host for Alice’s Table is an incredible opportunity for someone driven to become an entrepreneur and it comes with the luxury of inheriting a working business model and built-in support system. You can still do as much or as little as you want but there’s a huge potential to be creative and scale from the start. Win, win, win, win.

Because the Event Host platform is rolling out to more cities (now Dallas!) I was so excited to take Alice’s Table up on the offer to see what it would be like to play host. I invited my friends (and fellow bloggers!) Hannah and Albertina to be part of the action and we spent part of an afternoon last week putting together individual arrangements. Alice’s Table really made it easy on me – sending all the tools and instructions I’d need to see what would be used at an actual event – and after prepping the flowers needed for the arrangement “recipe” I picked up some petit fours (my fave) and Topo Chiccos to make the meet-up feel even more festive.

I’m all for a good lesson plan and the instructions for making the arrangement were super simple to follow – Albertina, Hannah, and I loved doing each step together while leisurely chatting and swapping stories about flowers and kids (shared interests among all three of us!). It was seriously so relaxing and fun going through the process of layering the blooms into our vases and aside from getting social time with two ladies I love, the highlight was seeing how each of our final arrangements turned out differently. I feel like we each got to flex our artistic muscles in a no-stress way…which isn’t something that always happens when you’re among women and doing something creative. Plus, we got to enjoy the arrangements we worked on long afterward. A big thank you to Albertina for sharing her incredible kitchen with us as the spot for all the clipping, trimming, and arranging!

So here’s what I thought about my Alice’s Table faux host test drive: 1) I loved (loved) how fun, social, and stress-free the process was. 2) It was fantastic that we got to choose what time and day to meet, the pace of the project, and very nice that we could have done it nearly anywhere. 3) I really appreciated that we each got to walk away with a beautiful arrangement and a few new skills for arranging flowers. 4) I would definitely do it again! It would be so fun to do with a larger group and experiment with other floral ideas…and I can see how Event Hosts would feel so inspired to design different events and organize various groups and social circles. The best part (aside from being able to make money while having fun and flexibility) is that you get to teach a skill people enjoy without having to push product on anyone or try to meet a sales quota.

Alice’s Table, I’m giving you serious emoji claps for coming up with what feels like an exceptional creative outlet for ladies like me who are craving a creative job outside of the normal 9-5 job. Anyone interested in getting started can hop right over here to submit and start the process!

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Zenhaven Mattress Bliss

October 6, 2016

With our new master bedroom and king sized bed came the daunting task of choosing a new mattress for that said bed. Never in my life have I bought a mattress. The only mattress I've ever "owned" was bought by my dad for my full sized bed in college then it followed me to a few apartments. After that, the collegiate mattress was a guest bed in SF before my husband and I decided that it had served its purpose and it was probably time to retire the mattress altogether. Our "master bed" in our San Fran place was a queen mattress my husband bought upon moving out to San Francisco because he needed somewhere to lay his head other than a friend's couch and Airbnbs he had been bouncing between. Needless to say, it probably wasn't much of a "thoughtful" purchase - more of a "bang for the buck" and "instant gratification" type. Especially since he it did it on his own without the help of his master pickier and other half (me). The mattress was comfy enough though and now lives in our guest bedroom because its only about 3 years old.

Fast forward to a few months ago when we knew we would be moving and our excitement that finally, we would have a place with a bedroom large enough to fit a king sized bed. For us, the mattress was a pretty big deal (as important as the bed that would hold it and all the other decor choices) because we wanted something that would last us, that wouldn't like shorten our lives due to discomfort or extreme lack of sleep, or something else dramatic like that. I value my sleep - a lot. And lucky for me, we ended up with a mattress that cares as much about quality sleep as it does quality materials: Zenhaven.

 

In early May, the Saatva Company got in touch with us about their third and newly released ultra-luxury mattress brand, Zenhaven. It could not have been more perfect timing for our July move, and upon learning more about Saatva and their three mattress brands, we were 100% on board with their quality standards and and more than happy to accept their generous offer of trying a Zenhaven mattress of our own. The Saatva Company as a whole is pretty amazing in that they offer a 24/7 concierge service, a 75 day in home trial, full in-home delivery and setup (sorry, no bed in a box here!) and a 15 year warranty. All things to put your mind at ease when making such a big commitment!

The Zenhaven mattress is literally unlike anything else in the mattress market right now. It is made of natural latex foam that is not only incredibly eco-friendly, but also the most consistent mattress material in that it will retain its shape for at least two decades (we’ll be in our fifties then!). Ahh, so you mean to say that this mattress won’t cave or dent in the middle causing us to wake up rolled together in the middle of the mattress!? Perfect. Additionally, the latex used by Zenhaven naturally resists molds and mircrobes and is completely hypoallergenic. These were all huge selling points for us because my husband suffers from terrible allergies, year-round.

Another fun/interesting fact that I found beyond fascinating: the latex in the mattress is actually 100% pure Havea sap tapped from natural rubber trees – all harvested in America, which means no gross “off-gassing” of chemicals when the mattress arrives. I am constantly amazed by the ways in which companies can find natural resources like this. All of Saatva’s mattress lines are made without any harmful chemicals or toxins, which gives us one less thing to worry about, especially when its something we are laying upon and breathing in every single night. Not to mention the fact that our skin is our biggest organ and laying it to rest on something organic and safe makes me sleep even better.

Oh, oh! One more major bonus to the Zenhaven, is that it is the only mattress on the market that you can literally flip to find your comfort level. One side is firmer, while the other is more plush. This means that as your body changes over time or as you go through different phases of life, you can still keep your same mattress and turn it from one side to the other to match your firmness preference. Right now, our mattress is on the firm side, but who knows how we will feel in a few years. We are quite enjoying this side so far. Sleeping like teenagers…who can sleep through any alarm and right into the afternoon.

The mattress actually showed up at our new house a few days before our new My Chic Nest bed did, but that didn’t stop us from making it up and sleeping on it – yes, on the floor. It was so comfortable (and we were so excited about its arrival), that we completely forgot about the fact that we were indeed sleeping on our wood floor (the rug hadn’t made it here yet either). Our dogs were certain that the new addition was really just one giant, thick dog bed for them to enjoy and take their cat-like naps on all day, every day. But who are we kidding, they still live on the bed maybe more than we do. Spoiled. Rotten.

Since receiving our mattress, I can honestly say that neither my husband or I have ever slept better or more soundly. The support is consistent and the mattress literally conforms to your body upon laying down. Each night feels just as good as the last, and the naps are pretty amazing, too:) Not sure how we ever lived, or slept, before our Zenhaven.

And, these photos wouldn’t quite be complete without the pretty arrangement from BloomThat, our new favorite way to send flowers, literally anywhere. They make sending and ordering flowers quick and easy, but without compromising the quality or look. What you see is what you get, which we find to be pretty important when picking out something special, like flowers. For someone who loves constantly having a fresh arrangement around our home, I have a definite appreciation for BloomThat and the mark that they are making on the flower industry!

 

See my full bedroom post here to get details on other items in the room!

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