Welcome to our Weekly Wrap-Up, where we gather all our favorite happenings from our world (and the world wide web) to share with you for a little weekend reading and inspiration. Hope you find something that catches your eye!
Room of the Week
Merry Christmas, indeed! There’s something to smile about everywhere you look in this technicolor winter wonderland, featuring bold jewel tones, cozy textures, adorable DIYs (the snowflake art above the couch, the wreath above the fireplace) and our Diamond Textured Trellis Tassel rug in ivory.
Follow of the Week
Erin Conway is the designer-blogger extraordinaire behind Kismet House, where she shares inventive DIYs, honest details on her home’s renovation process, snippets of motherhood, and laugh-out-loud design fails. We can’t get enough of her swoon-worthy home, which is fit for a magazine while still feeling utterly homey and comfortable for her young family. Follow her on Instagram here, and check out her blog here.
Links of the Week
A charming 140-year-old barn house gets a cozy and festive new look for the holidays.
We can’t get over how clever these Covid-safe charcuterie setups are. Cheese, please!
Powerhouse designer Leanne Ford shows us around her newly renovated Pittsburgh home.
Inside a welcoming, luxe cabin in Wyoming—which has Moroccan rugs in just about every room!
Still need to wrap gifts? Us too—and we’ll be turning to this list of 45 wrapping ideas for a little help. Hello, prettiest presents under the tree!
Pick of the Week
When rich, tactile texture meets a classic pattern, you really can’t go wrong. Which is why we (and so many of our favorite designers!) love our Jute Checkerboard rug so much. It’s perfect for adding just the right amount of pattern and character to a space when you don’t want to go big on color, and its durable natural fibers mean it’ll last you for years.
Tip of the Week
We believe you can have a tree in any room you wish! Wake up to Christmas every morning (or at least during the month of December) by putting one in your bedroom. We love the simple look of wood beads draped across the tree above—and have a ton of other brilliant ideas for trees and much more in our Christmas decor roundup here.