Category Archives: Sponsored

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A Mini + Impactful Kitchen Update

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Delta® Faucet. This past October, Delta® Faucet invited us to the Food52 test kitchen in New York, where we were encouraged to eat our weight in pinwheels, coconut bars and chocolate. (Needless to say, I was more than happy to oblige!) Sadly, Scott was unable to attend, but I sent himKEEP READING >

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The Design Tool That Shaped Our Teeny Nursery

This post is in partnership with Modsy. Use promo code YBH20 for 20% off a Modsy design package! Our biggest challenge when coming up with a design, a feel, a mood for our nursery was this question on repeat: Will it fit? The room is a typical size for a Chicago home of its old age; coming in at barely 7′ wide, it’s shaped as a long,KEEP READING >

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On Choosing Natural Shades In the Nursery

rocker | ottoman | rug | end table | sconce | crib | curtains | shades This post is in partnership with Bali Blinds. We shared most of the nursery updates a few weeks ago, but today, we wanted to dive into those window shades – an item that we know has all the potential in the world to be our saving grace during sunny days and nap times!KEEP READING >

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A Simple + Sweet DIY Gift Giving Idea

marble soap dish | silver ribbon | botanical gift toppers This post is in collaboration with Crate & Barrel. Have you ever been caught off guard by a friend or neighbor who drops by with homemade treats during the holiday season? It always warms our hearts to receive a thoughtful assortment of cookies or jam, and to prevent being blind sidedKEEP READING >

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Mixing and Matching Vintage Hardware with New

This post is in partnership with Schlage. It was the details that sold us on Tree House. Although we were crushed at the time, the first home we put in an offer on (and subsequently lost to a cash buyer) was never meant to be ours. This house though? This house was the Real One from the moment we stepped in the front – or should I say,KEEP READING >

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A Multi-Functional Nursery Closet On a Budget

dresser + hardware | door knob | mirror | changing pad | pail | baskets (natural, white) This post is in partnership with Homes.com. We first began planning for the nursery closet way back in January – before this room was a nursery and better known as The Scary Room. Because the room itself is long and skinny (as is typical for a ChicagoKEEP READING >