This past Sunday, with vanilla pumpkin spiced lattes in hand, we walked over to Cambridge for the 50th Head of the Charles regatta. It started out as a beautiful Fall day, with the sun shining. We perused the tents and booths on the Cambridge side of the river (and were tempted by all of the delicious food tents...hello Ruth's Chris), and then crossed over to Reunion Village to meet friends and cheer on the rowers.
Nothing can spice up a room like a bold color. We love the idea of adding a statement chair in a bright hue, and picking pieces to complement it. This turquoise chair with navy piping from Chairish immediately caught our eye. We love the vintage, yet fun & modern vibe. We paired it with a colorful print, matched the rug to the piping, and brought in some white and crystal pieces to keep the other elements in the room crisp and simple.
Have you heard of Man Crates Gifts for Men? They have put a unique spin on traditional gift baskets, tailored to please the men in your life. Guys can be hard to shop for, right? Whether they are sports fanatics, foodies, outdoor-lovers or gamers, there is a crate for them. We were so happy to find out about this site, especially with the holidays right around the corner. We know that our guys would love the Whiskey Cocktail Crate!
When the team over at Man Crates reached out and asked us to put together some ideas for a spruced up man cave, we jumped at the opportunity. We kept these guys in mind, removed the smelly old couches and neon bar signs from the equation, and created a sleek and cozy space that we all can enjoy, with a nautical flair (because that's how we roll).
Many of our pictures and posts wouldn't be possible without our guys behind the lens. We thought it would be fun to periodically turn the camera around on them. We might be biased, but we think they are some well dressed dudes.
We love seeing companies give back to their communities. We are thrilled to see that 3 of our favorites are doing just that. And the best part is that you can be a part of it! Check out the links below to see how you can donate sweaters and denim to a great cause.