Plants can add life to any room in your home. They clean the air, eliminate toxins, and recent studies have shown that plants can actually increase productivity while reducing stress and boosting your mood! Still, these functional beauties can be delicate and short lived, especially for first time plant owners. Read on for the most valuable lessons I learn as a new plant parent, lessons to help your new houseplant survive!
Green living helps rid your home of harmful toxins, encourages self care practices in the purest form, and is your way to be a positive influence on our planet and the people who call it home. Even small changes in our daily lives can make a difference.
The Sunrise Shack is a health conscious food and drink stand just off of Kamehameha Highway on the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii. Just steps from Sunset Beach, this brightly colored shack is a laid back place to grab a light breakfast, snack, or colorful smoothie bowl topped with organic granola and fresh fruit.
Leave the city behind and head to the North Shore of Oahu. You’ll be met by exotic overgrown greenery, beautiful beaches fit for surfing, good vibes, and this private bungalow in your own piece of the jungle.
Is there a more charming place to stay in Amsterdam than in a houseboat? This nautical beauty is located within the city center, giving you the chance to experience Dutch culture while living aboard a private piece of Amsterdam’s history.
Located in the industrial seaport town of Bridgeport, Connecticut, this compact home is only minutes from the beach at Seaside Park, local art galleries, and several great places to eat and drink. The eclectic decor paired with original architectural features and local artwork make Maid + Butler a whimsical getaway.
The Dean Hotel is a century-old historical building in the heart of one of the most intriguing cities in the United States, Providence, Rhode Island. This charmer is a three-in-one hotel, coffee shop, and cocktail/karaoke bar in the center of the art, education, design, and rich history that put Providence on the map.
Whether you’re a frequent flier or the occasional traveler, you’ve probably experienced feeling run down after spending time on an airplane. Fortunately, there are plenty of tips and tricks that can keep you feeling healthy as you make your way across the world, country, state, or province.
If you want to make traveling happen, you have to prioritize it and beat the fears that hold you back. Changing your mindset isn't always easy, but taking the small steps to make your travel dreams a reality can yield great reward. Here are three fears that can keep you from traveling and how to beat them.
Wellness travel is about seeking balance, rather than the typical overindulgence we often experience on vacation. It's about reducing stress and looking after your physical and mental wellbeing. One of the most beautiful things about wellness travel is that is can look exactly how you want and need it to.
The Boulders Resort and Spa is a luxury resort built around awe-inspiring natural boulders on 1,300 acres of beautiful Sonoran Desert. Complete with a world-class spa, golf course, and several restaurants all inspired by the Southwest, the Boulders might just be the perfect oasis for any traveler seeking rest, privacy, tranquility, and beautiful desert views.
This charming home was built in 1924 but recently restored, making it the perfect fixer upper vacation rental in Waco, Texas. Each detail has been thoughtfully chosen to preserve a piece of the home’s original character while offering modern amenities for guests. Just steps from some of Waco’s most well-known attractions, this home offers an inside peek at the revitalization that’s swept over the city in recent years.
This 2400 square foot industrial farmhouse features two bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, a large living room, full kitchen, covered front porch, and an additional lofted sleeping area. No. 1450 is cozy enough to rent for a couples’ weekend away, yet spacious enough to rent for family vacations, creative retreats, or a getaway with a group of friends.
The Boho cottage is one of several private rental properties located at The Vintage Round Top in Round Top, Texas. This luxurious 2,000 square foot home features two bedrooms, three bathrooms, and an open concept great room with daybeds making it the perfect place to bring your family and friends, share an extended stay with a loved one, or even host a workshop or retreat.
Described as a "micro-resort" this property is a hybrid between an upscale vacation rental property and boutique hotel. The four meticulously designed units located just outside of Palm Springs offer the perfect desert oasis and will give you an exclusive taste of authentic mid-century design.
Belgian design duo Nicolas Schuybroek Architects and Marc Merckx Interiors transformed a 1929 office building and 1905 warehouse to create an art-deco masterpiece that preserved The Robey's historic roots. Complete with a rooftop pool and bar, the Robey offers some of the best unobstructed Chicago skyline views in a perfect classic-meets-modern accommodation.
This Amboise Troglodyte is the perfect French countryside escape only a few hours outside of Paris. This troglodyte (cave home) is nestled in the Loire Valley just outside the character-filled city of Amboise and has been recently remodeled to give you a taste of refined luxury in the charming and unique accommodation of a troglodyte.
Located at the northwestern tip of Santorini, Ammoudi Studio B is just steps away from the Aegean Sea in a whitewashed town called Oia (pronounced "ee-uh"). Enjoy the sound of ocean waves only feet from your bedroom window and watch as local fisherman bring their daily catch to the neighboring Greek restaurants commonly called tavernas.
This revitalized 1957 cabin in Joshua Tree, California is lovingly referred to as The Shack Attack. We adore all 480 square feet of this home and are sure you will too! If the modern bohemian decor and mid-century vibes aren't enough to steal your heart, the wide open high desert landscape definitely will.