Our Favorite Things: October 2017

It's finally (sometimes... occasionally...) feeling like fall here in Nashville, and even though the weather's a little unpredictable, we find ourselves slipping easily back into our tried-and-true fall routine. We love this time of year for the feeling of change that's in the air, but also for the familiar smell of fallen leaves and that tendency toward staying at home around a fire that comes back every fall season. Here's to pulling out those boots and sweaters, to cutting back on the social calendar and to gearing up for cozy fall hangs with our favorite things this October. 

image via The Fox / Kate Dearman

image via The Fox / Kate Dearman

  • New floor inspiration. If you follow along on our Instagram, you might have noticed that we're finally able to do some work on our house now that the showroom is finally up and running. We recently tore the old laminate floors out of the main living area and replaced them with hardwoods, and we found a lot of inspiration online.
     
  • Coffee table books. We recently started stocking these incredible Basic Architecture books from TASCHEN in our showroom, and we can't recommend them enough. They have books dedicated to some of our biggest sources of design inspiration, including Charles & Ray Eames, Frank Lloyd Wright and the Case Study Houses. 
     
  • Podcast interviews. We're always talking about how much we love podcasts, and we especially love listening to great interviews with inspiring actors, artists and musicians. Recently, we've been into You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes and WTF with Marc Maron
     
  • Cocktails at The Fox. Have you heard about excited we are about our first interior design project, The Fox Bar & Cocktail Club? If you follow along with us regularly then you're probably tired of hearing about it, but the one thing we weren't expecting was how amazing it would feel to actually head over to the Fox for a cocktail now that the build is over! For a sturdy fall cocktail, we can't recommend that 19th Century Manhattan enough. 
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