dream home

Dream guy too. But that’s neither here nor there. Welcome to Lenny Kravitz’s Brazilian paradise, featured in Architectural Digest’s April issue. I have swooned over this everyday since I first saw it. And yes, it’s only been a week, but do you have any idea how terrible my attention span… SQUIRREL.

To read on ArchitecturalDigest.com (and for pictures of Lenny), CLICK HERE.

Via  Architectural Digest  | Photography by Simon Upton | Styling by Kirsten Mattila

Via Architectural Digest | Photography by Simon Upton | Styling by Kirsten Mattila

Via  Architectural Digest  | Photography by Simon Upton | Styling by Kirsten Mattila

Via Architectural Digest | Photography by Simon Upton | Styling by Kirsten Mattila

Via  Architectural Digest  | Photography by Simon Upton | Styling by Kirsten Mattila

Via Architectural Digest | Photography by Simon Upton | Styling by Kirsten Mattila

Via  Architectural Digest  | Photography by Simon Upton | Styling by Kirsten Mattila

Via Architectural Digest | Photography by Simon Upton | Styling by Kirsten Mattila

Via  Architectural Digest  | Photography by Simon Upton | Styling by Kirsten Mattila

Via Architectural Digest | Photography by Simon Upton | Styling by Kirsten Mattila

to the window... TO THE WALL ⚡️

On the hunt for unique-looking wall hooks, I stumbled across these super fun, funky, solid oak Lucie Kaas wall hooks. From Ziggy Stardust to Salvador Dali, Coco Chanel to Karl Lagerfeld, and a pirate to a thief, these hooks are perfect for adding a hint of quirk to any room. If only there was a Vin Scully…

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must read: unreal for real

We always need books. It's truly one thing I could never have enough of. Plus, bookshelf styling and decor is so hot right now. And the trend of flipping books, pages facing out, on bookshelves has allowed me display all my books, because now people can't make fun of me for reading the entire Twilight series... But I digress. 

My childhood friend, Adam Mars, is an artist in Los Angeles. He's constantly in the gallery circuit of art shows and has several displays of street art around LA. Shameless plug: he also created my logo. Over the years I've read a handful of stories and articles written by Adam, and a few months ago, he asked me if I would proofread his book. I always knew today would come... His first book Unreal for Real has launched. And I am so proud to display what is probably an embarrassing amount of copies around my home. And to be clear, all spines face forward. 

Unfolding like a greatest-hits collection of coming-of-age adventures, Unreal for Real follows artist Adam Mars from wild adolescence into wilder adulthood. Whether he’s partying as a middle-schooler at a rock star’s mansion, surviving an armed drug raid in college, or being tied-up by an untamed dominatrix in his thirties, the racy tales in this comedic collection of true-life stories offer unique insight into the pursuit of sex, drugs, and rock n’ roll. Other binge-worthy accounts of family dysfunction, vacations gone wrong, and random romance expose a dynamic humorist with very little to hide. 

Unreal for Real - by Adam Mars

Unreal for Real - by Adam Mars

To visit the Unreal for Real website, CLICK HERE

To purchase on Amazon, CLICK HERE