Bringing Your Summer Travels Home

There is always a period of time after school is back in session where I’m excited to have a little more time to myself, but once that passes I seem to go through travel withdrawal. The reality sinks in that we have a routine now and it usually doesn’t include long trips or adventures as a family. This year I’m a little more dedicated to keeping the spirit of our summer travel alive, so I’m devoting a few of my favorite home decor items to doing just that. Today I’m sharing some of my favorite natural home decor items with you, whether it’s inspired by travels to tropical destinations or serene deserts. Check them out below!

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The Color Factory in San Francsco

The Color Factory, a pop-up museum in San Francisco, California

Awhile back my friend Jordan over at Oh Happy Day announced a new venture, a pop-up color museum called The Color Factory. Although color isn’t historically my thing, I really appreciate a well-curated design-minded collection so I took my little ones to check it out. They had a blast exploring all of the rooms and it made for some really nice photographs.

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A Naturally Curated Closet

A Naturally Curated Closet, 5 easy ways to pare down your closet naturally.

Above: Cuyana silk cami, Babaton murphy blouse (similar by Everlane), Cuyana apres swim coverup, Cuyana silk tee dress, Cuyana cotton cashmere v-neck sweater, Hope lova blouse, Lou & Grey chambray popover, Everlane relaxed silk shirt, Cuyana dolman silk shirt, Cuyana pima turtleneck

Lately I’ve noticed a big uptick in the amount of interest in capsule wardrobes, but I’ve also noticed a trend to replace every item of clothing you own with a new season. I don’t believe this is in line with what a capsule was meant to be and feel like it’s wasteful to replace your entire wardrobe every few months. Instead I utilize a year-long minimal closet that is more naturally curated instead of replaced as quickly as the trends change. No storing, no sorting, no clean outs every few months, just curating it and being mindful of it in my everyday life. Today I’m sharing a few of my tips and tricks that I use to keep my minimal closet curated in a natural way.

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