Five brands you need to know about.
Five brands you need to know about.
Home should feel like your haven, no one else's.
To be a strong woman one doesn’t need the world’s approval of outer beauty, but rather
To me, the road of design is full of adventure. I have no place of arrival.
This Valentine's Day, let's try for a little humility and love for our brothers and sisters.
It makes me soul happy, it calms me down and it makes me feel like home.
I want to never miss the importance of what I’ve learned.
Here's to all of the extraordinary potential and bountiful crops our seeds will produce this year.
Aida's work is just what you need to jumpstart a new year.
She's giving us a backstage peek into her journey towards becoming a professional ballet dancer, and more.
For when that lull of inspiration takes hold and the world isn’t all sunshine and rainbows anymore.
An ode to the season we might just love the most.
It's not what you use, it's how you use it.
The act of creating beauty – even in our souls – requires work.
Who we surround ourselves with is a good indicator of who we will become.
We were all born to create. Sometimes, it's just hard to what our "creating" should look like.
12 ways to enjoy rush hour.
Live it up on your time off without having to worry about the music selection.
A remarkable weekend spent among talented women with an abundance of beautiful flowers.
The phrase “flower power” is about to get a whole new meaning.
“Next to creating a life, the finest thing a (wo)man can do is save one.”
They were leaders, listeners, revolutionaries, teachers, and nurturers.
If you need a message of hope, inspiration or perseverance today, spend the next seven minutes with eight-year-old Devan Boyd.
A recap of our second creative retreat held in the idyllic hills of Ojai, California.
Nashville artist DANAE just released her newest single, and we can't stop playing it.
I am the wayfaring dreamer,
a wind blown vagabond
Intention is key with everything, right? Which is why we’re loving this Glitter Guide article about curating a home that best welcomes others and also reflects your own unique style. They had blogger and designer Amanda Risius share her process for creating a space, and we’re pumped to share her advice (and handy workbook) with you, too. Below!
Do you struggle with the process of picking out furniture or art because you aren’t sure what your style is or if it will match your current décor? Do you wish you could decorate your home beautifully with ease like the pros? The key to confidently creating a home you love is knowing your decorating style. Knowing your style will give you a plan to follow and make decisions much easier. I’m going to show you exactly how to determine your decorating style with five simple exercises.
Whether your living space is boho chic or sleek and modern, macramé is a décor trend that’s suited to any interior. This simple update brings great texture and life to any nook and cranny or empty wall. Today it’s all about a super basic version that’s cost effective, uncomplicated to make, and still creates a gorgeous statement.
With three degrees under her belt from Pomona College, Harvard and Stanford, calling Jane Chen an achiever is an understatement. Her incredible drive and work ethic, combined with her heart for social change and innovation resulted in her creation of the Embrace Infant Warmer.
After seeing a need for a more affordable and accessible way to save the lives of millions of premature babies without the use of an incubator, Jane sprung into action with her team of classmates from Stanford. Together under Jane’s leadership, they’ve built Embrace Innovations and Little Lotus to continue their mission to save these babies and families.
Whether we wish we could serve the poor and alleviate suffering like Mother Teresa or pioneer critical scientific research like Marie Curie, we all dream of doing beautiful, world-changing things with our lives. Yet, no matter how much we might long to follow in the footsteps of such women, who in fact believes themselves capable of that kind of greatness?
Perhaps we can imagine ourselves doing so in the future — when we are “older and wiser” — but in our present, imperfect condition? Hardly.