Welcome To The Sugar Shack ~ The Home Of Rebecca Williams

Following up on my last post, here is the home of one of my fave Instagramers, Rebecca Williams. She mentioned a few days ago that she would be featured on Apartment Therapy soon and I've been anxiously awaiting the full tour ever since. 
Man oh man, it does not disappoint. Her take on the vintage surf shack stylo is pure perfection. The color palate reminds me of fresh, fruity Summer sorbet. The ideal end of Summer post I suppose. Not that Summer is really going anywhere here in Texas but hey. Enjoy! And hop over to AT to see the full tour with all the inside info. 

All Images: Apartment Therapy
Photography: Hayley Kessner



Insta-spiration ~ Get Ready To Take Notes!

Peeps on Instagram have been serving up some spectacular stuff as of late. I have so many fresh ideas that I owe to these boho mavens, it's bananas! That lush patio above for one. The layered fabrics on the chair, lush greenery and hanging lantern make that tiny space so so inviting. That's Apartment15, always perfectly edited and boho luxe. 

Then there's this mix and match coffee table situation from Kiova of golddustgoods. I think it's the answer to my small livingroom + active toddler woes. So entertainment friendly too!

What can I even say about this? Ridiculous right? Too gorgeous for words, except - Can I come over and chill @fleamarketfab? The hanging tassels guys. I mean.

Some @golddustgoods magic again with these layered Torans as a headboard. Pure textile genius really.

How sweet are these vintage bits and planties all hanging out in this bedroom from @fridaflorentina?

Vintage fabric game strong as always in the sugar shack of @sugarshack_styling_co.

Um curtain rod, clips and fabric to cover the soul sucking tv black hole on the wall. Yes! Why didn't I think of that? Thanks @alisonbrislon.

I've got beaucoup projects to do! Hopefully I will pull it together and post some recent pics of my own sugar shack sometime soon.



Boho Bathroom Oasis

I'm getting back into the swing of things finally. After months of feeling crumby with an incognito wisdom tooth infection, I am nearly healed and feeling like myself again. And in order to continue to exhaust myself (as is my custom) my husband and I have decided to hop right into house hunting for real. It's been our dream to own our own pad for a long time, but the moment never really seemed right until now. 
I, of course, want a magical, whimsical bohemian home with loads of historical character...Alas that doesn't really exist in Houston, at least not within our first time home buyers budget. So we will have to use our imagination and add character to a home ourselves. Which I am totally okay with. I love home improvement and design related projects and can't wait to get my hands on a place we can make our own. 
Naturally I'm spending my evenings obsessively searching for inspiring ideas for injecting some character into our potential new space. While looking for some bathroom reno ideas, I discovered this delicious gem of a bath. I'm blown away at how the designers took a very boring, run of the mill bathroom and created an absolute boho oasis that is oozing character. 

I don't know what I love most. The vanity with the open shelving on the bottom really opens the space and that marble gives it such a classic and timeless touch. The pattern on the wallpaper appeals both to my love of vintage and global influences. The brass fixtures, glass shelving, rug and color palate all make for an opulent room that I would never want to leave. All of the ideas are very do-able in a real bathroom too. Which I adore. Although, I'm not too sure how convenient those tropical plants would be while actually showering, I would find a way to co-exist in there, just to keep the jungle shower vibes goin' on. This ones going in the official new home inspo book.

Here's to hoping we find something soon, so I can put these ideas to use! I'll keep you posted on any progress.

More pictures and info on this fab bathroom, designed by the sister duo, Sisters Of 4 Corners here.