Since we’re in Buffalo for a few days, I gathered my girlfriends together for a catch up over cocktails and a bright table setting. I was excited and inspired to partner with Glade and their new ‘Blooming Peony & Cherry’ scent. The scent smells of delicate peony and fresh pink roses meets the romance of cherry – it flirts with your senses in the best way. Offering everything from jar candles to plugins and wax melts – the candles worked beautifully atop the table while the plugins carried the scent into the other rooms.
Read on to see how I styled this pretty tablescape with inspiration from my favorite Glade Spring scent..
Photos by Curt Rogers | Location: Steps to Hoyt Lake, Buffalo
A quick Winter look from one of our favorite spots in Buffalo, Hoyt Lake. While we planned on taking shots near the lake, the slush wasn’t having it – so we opted for the steps. Not so bad considering that entire area is filled with amazing back drops like the Albright-Knox Art Gallery (seen in the backdrop of these photos).
Is it weird I’m the slightest bit happy that it’s still boot weather in Buffalo? I’ve been wearing these Givenchy shark tooth boots almost everyday – they were my big Winter investment piece and I’m obsessed.
p.s. can you tell I chopped off my hair?!
I have a thing for collecting coffee table books – and I don’t even have a coffee table. Whether they be fashion, entertaining, decor or art related, they get me every time. It wasn’t until we moved into our NYC apartment that I started to truly collect them. I love the way they look when they’re layered or stand alone with a beautiful candle or decor placed atop. And while sometimes these beautiful books can be a bit costly, think of it as an investment in your home – the place you spend your quality time. If you can’t see yourself spending more than $50 on a book, then search for them on places like Ebay, Amazon even your local thrift store – I found one of my favorite decor books at a thrift store for all of $6! Read on to see my list of my top ten favorites..