Decorating your walls poses the same problem as choosing a mate: Commitment is scary. Although finding the right partner is a challenging problem, there's an easy answer for your home.

I've had a place in my heart for Canadian textile designer Virginia Johnson's pretty prints since back in the early 00's, when her colorful scarves and bags first came on the scene. But while her fashion accessories caused a serious flutter in my chest, her new line of bedding has me ecstatic.

Want to own a piece of Hollywood history? The Beverly House,  in–where else?–Beverly Hills is over 50,000-square-feet and 3.7 acres of fabled story. If these walls could talk, we'd probably have enough gossip for a few juicy tell-alls.

While I'm a firm believer that September is way too soon for stores to put up Thanksgiving decorations (I'm looking at you, Pottery Barn), it's never too early to start honing your skills in the art of entertaining–whether it be in anticipation of the holidays or just a dinner party next week.

Despite my best intentions, I am not much of a crafter. Finding the time to pick up a skill and excel at it–well, it takes time, and I always seem to have something else that needs to be done.

I needed a pick-me-up after that last post to jumpstart myself back into the spirit of fall. Luckily, a click over to the website of West Hollywood design team Commune held just the ticket for welcoming the new season.

The official end of summer is a mere few days away, but despite–or perhaps, because of–that, I'm fantasizing about the ultimate road trip.

Okay, while this doesn't technically take place in California, it will feel close to home to any of you with premium cable.

I'm not usually one to stockpile items; my small apartment has room for the necessities and little more. But when it comes to bed linens, I let my inner hoarder loose.

Thanks to these magic modern times, we can all now take a picture and print it out just as soon as we please.


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