August 5th, 2012

One of the best parts of being on the road is the food you come across along the way — that is if you are lucky to find little haunts that locals love. Here are [Read More...]

August 5th, 2012

Well Kentucky was tough! The scenery was beautiful — rolling hills, horses dotting the landscape, plantation-esque homes in many pretty towns along the way. But the actual yard sales were few and far between. And [Read More...]

August 4th, 2012

We’ve met all types, but liked the sisters in matching “HGTV, LOOK AT ME” t-shirts the best. Unlike them, we do not want to be seen. Hidden under large straw hats and and wearing dark [Read More...]

August 4th, 2012

Ohio has been great — lots of little yard sales outside beautiful historic homes, roadside farm stands with plenty of fresh beefsteak toms for purchase (and often on the honour system, put a buck in [Read More...]

August 3rd, 2012

Day 1: Crossed into Michigan with clear skies and tunes on. The state entertained us on our first night with classic cars and blue grass. Who know two girls would fall for an Avanti classic, [Read More...]

July 27th, 2012

So we’re heading out to the Southern United States next week. Smoky Mountains here we come!! I can’t help it, whenever I travel I make lists. Quickly I’ve jotted down a checklist, hope I haven’t [Read More...]

May 9th, 2012
Marche aux Puces

It seems as if every other person I know is headed to Paris right now.  Sadly, I am not one of these people.  But every spring, I’d be lying if I didn’t say that if [Read More...]

April 23rd, 2012

Because I work in the editorial world, I have a serious soft spot for behind the scenes videos. I love the idea of creating a set, and watching it evolve. The Salon del Mobile in [Read More...]

March 26th, 2012

I love pottery, especially items that are handmade. One of my favourite lines right now is from Mud Australia. The pieces are gorgeous, and  just thin enough. I think I’ve always secretly wanted to be a [Read More...]

March 19th, 2012

So I’m heading home from hols Monday. What a great break, my husband channeled Anna Wintour and started every day with tennis, and my kids learned enough Spanish to order and eat at the local quesadilla stands [Read More...]

March 12th, 2012

I’m still on hols with the family. Amazing how I am not a colour person at home (I adore Cloud White ), but here the sunlight and earthy colours from the mountains surrounding this town make [Read More...]

March 7th, 2012
Hotel Chocolat Storefront 2

A little sweet treat to share with you all…we fell upon this fantastic handmade chocolate shop out of the UK on our last trip to Boston called Hotel Chocolat.  Immediately attracted to the signage and [Read More...]

March 5th, 2012
hot tub pots

I have to admit, I’m not the ground-breaker amongst my friends when it comes to trends. Rushing out and getting the very latest must-have lamp or textile isn’t a big priority for me. I usually [Read More...]

October 21st, 2011

Have you ever imagined a red sandstone village in the south of France? It was certainly a surprise to me. I have always thought of grey and taupe stone farmhouses with pale blue-green shutters. But [Read More...]

October 14th, 2011
Corlac Today

Okay, so I shouldn’t imply I own a house in the south of France. But even just one week in an old stone farmhouse like this can truly be called living. A recent vacation took [Read More...]

September 27th, 2011

Every great road trip needs a soundtrack. Soon I’ll be driving around the south of France, and listening to something like the list below (although the only sure song on the soon-to-be French road trip [Read More...]

September 23rd, 2011
audrey in paris

I am less than a week away from arriving in Paris (after spending a week in Bologna for work, not bad). And while there are many things I love about the city, I have three [Read More...]

September 16th, 2011

One of my co-Founders was recently going to Detroit for a family outing. I grew up close to Detroit, shopped there every fall for my back-to-school clothes, saw plays at the Fox and Fisher theatres, [Read More...]

September 13th, 2011
Multi-Coloured Lobster Buoys

I promised a follow-up to my post on The Cape because there was just too many inspiring images to share. Last time, I shared some of my favourite New England style interiors and now I [Read More...]

September 1st, 2011
Cotswold house 2

For me, September is the best month for travel. There is little of the high season craziness you experience in the summer months, and the weather is typically more pleasant for sightseeing. I am in [Read More...]

August 15th, 2011

So I’ve been watching the Kennedys (filmed right here in Toronto) and loving every minute of it – not just the story itself (which, of course, is incredible) but also the set design and depiction [Read More...]

July 29th, 2011
Blueberry Crumble 3 Small

I’m heading off to the east coast tomorrow and can’t wait. The Bay Of Fundy is so beautiful and the people are so welcoming and kind. Maine is right near by and I’ll be exploring [Read More...]

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