My Home Tour – The Hyde Park

My Home Tour – The Hyde Park

My Home Tour

The time has come my friends, my home tour has arrived! After a few arduous years of renovating s l o w l y, my space was completed. This 70s disco den is located in the Oliver neighbourhood of Edmonton, AB. The Hyde Park is one of the first high rise condos in Western Canada, it even had a doorman with it first opened! I love the brutalist facade of the tower! My unit was a great place to hang my hat for a couple of years regardless of how terrible it was to live in an active construction zone. Watch the video for the complete tour and keep scrolling for photos of each room!

LIVING / DINING ROOM

My living / dining room area is one giant space, a big ol’ rectangle with a built in bookcase and a bar around the corner. The best part about older condos is the sheer amount of SPACE. They did not economize when it came to room size that’s for sure. In the dining room area I have a large Oliver Apartment central table (check out My Oliver Apartment Dining Room Reveal post for a full breakdown) and vintage Herman Miller chairs. I also have a collection of brass candlesticks (I’ve been slowly thrifting) with Ester + Eric multicoloured candles in them. I love the way they look! The living room is a mix of vintage and IKEA.

Pieces of Note

My Ester + Erik candle story

THE BAR

No 70s condo would be complete without a built in bar! I’ve used it…. a handful of occasions. Like the time I made The Best Spicy Caesar for the 50th Anniversary of the caesar. That was a wild time. Most of the furniture in this area is built in (the bench/the bar) but the barstools actually came with the condo when I purchased it. As did the mirrored bar shelving. That’s where I keep some of my tiki mugs! There’s really not much else to say about this area.

THE KITCHEN

Remember that time I didn’t take full photos of the kitchen? Yes… me too. I probably should have checked up on that before I sold it. Oops! Next time I’ll do better. Just imagine an IKEA kitchen because this is 100% what this is. The appliances I bought at Costco though because there’s some H O T deals to be had there.

Some things I love

THE OFFICE

This is where the *magic* happens. By magic I mean me hanging out in my pjs with my beverage center (water/tea/smoothie) editing photos I took months prior because I am NOT ON THE BALL despite my best intentions. Well that feels good to get off my chest! I intended on hanging some pennants on the walls but never got around to it. Better luck next time!

THE CLOSET

As a fashion blogger and long time vintage hoarder, it only made sense to make the second bedroom a closet. One of the previous owners was a seamstress so the room was already one full wall of closet. It’s as if this condo was just waiting for me to come live in it! Between the shelves and racks, I had a good storage system going on. Aside from the wall of closets, (my version of the wall of sound 😉 ) I have very little furniture in the room. I do, however, have my clothing arranged in a colour gradient and that’s much better than any furniture. Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise!

Pieces of Note

  • a single chair from Find a local not-for-profit furniture store
  • a plant from IKEA
  • plant pot from Winners / Homesense
  • Ceramic dog c/o my mom

THE BATHROOMS

Originally I was going to make two posts for the two seperate bathrooms but alas, I forget to take photos of the en suite! I’m basically the most professional blogger of all time. With that said, next time I will do better. In the meantime, please enjoy my top shelfie favourite products of all time 🙂

Pieces of Note

THE BEDROOM

In the spring, I shared My Bedroom Reveal. It’s basically a large emptyish room with the exception of my bed, a chair, and a large mirror. You can find the full details from the linked post. 🙂

My Home Tour

That concludes the tour of my three bedroom / two bath condo in Edmonton, Alberta. As per the “surprise” ending of my video, I have moved! This only means that there will be more home related content coming up. This condo was renovated by my dad and I so I will be sure to put together a before/after of the space (once I find the before photos wherever I hid them on my computers). Want more home content in the meantime? Check out my last condo in the John Deere Lofts. If you enjoyed my home tour vlog, be sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel for more videos like that. 

Photographs – Sandy Joe Karpetz

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My Bedroom Tour

My Bedroom Tour

My Bedroom Tour

Come one, come all for my bedroom tour! I’ve been in this space for almost 4 years and things are finally starting to take shape. And by that I mean I’m no longer living in a construction zone. Thank goodness. I’ve even made a little video to accompany this room tour. Feel free to subscribe to my YouTube Channel for more content like this. 🙂 Not every video gets its own blog post! Anyway, shall we begin?

THE FURNITURE

Most of the pieces in my bedroom were either thrifted (hello second hand IKEA night table) or inherited from my family. The solo chair was bought from WINNERS quite a few years ago. I loved it because it’s a reproduction of the classic mid-century modern Barcelona chair. Drool. I’m not at a point in my life where I’m comfortable dropping some mad cash on an authentic 60s chair (one day!) so this one will suffice until then. My second night table is actually a laundry hamper that belonged to my Baba. I love that it’s covered in a soft pink velvet! The mirror I bought at Goodwill years ago, it’s actually supposed to sit horizontally on top of a dresser… but when have I ever followed any “supposed to’s” when it comes to style? The lamp is an art deco antique table light. This too I took from my parents when they sold my childhood home.

The Brass Bed

The brass bed is a particularly important piece to me because it was my mother’s. When she was 12 years old, she bought it second hand from a neighbour with money she saved babysitting. I just thinks that such an adorable story but also very my mom. Trust her to make an investment purchase at the tender age of 12! So practical. She likes to tell me about a Homes & Home Decorating course she took in High School. She flunked one project because she insisted on spending all her fictitious money on an expensive couch and leaving the rest of the house empty until she could “afford” to get the exact furniture she wanted. Her teacher did not agree with this way of thinking but it makes perfect sense to me. Maybe that’s why my place is still so empty? 🤔

THE BEDDING

I will admit, I have 3 major musts when it comes to my bedroom: 100% cotton sheets, a silk sleeping mask, and comfortable pjs. These are a few mainstays I have discovered and fallen in love with:

Muji Pajamas 

Whether flannel for winter or light cotton in summer, Muji makes THE BEST pjs of all time. I usually opt for the men’s versions because I love them oversized and prefer the patterns/colours they have available. They insanely comfortable. In addition to that, they also have reinforced seams on the crotch of the pants! And as a person who spends an absurd amount of time at home working in pjs, I’ve come to really appreciate this detail especially since I love sitting cross-legged. 

Slip Silk Sleeping Mask

I cannot even travel without this, let alone live my life in general without a sleep mask. When I become so sensitive to light pollution, I do not know. But the Slip Silk sleep mask has been my saviour. Perhaps you recall me gushing about this in my post about How to Have a Restful Sleep

Casper 100% Cotton Sheets

Fabric is key when it comes to having a comfortable sleep. I have converted my entire bed (aside from the mattress) to Casper. Currently I’m enjoying:
– breathable cotton sheet set (which is 100% cotton and currently on sale too),
– the pillows that make me feel like I’m snoozing at a 4-star hotel
– a super fluffy humidity fighting duvet cover 

*All of these items have been gifted to me but I actually use and love them + would not share otherwise*

OTHER DETAILS

My bedroom tour couldn’t be complete without a random smattering of precious little nothings. Of course there are pussywillows from the farmer’s market and peacock feathers I found on the ground on Gabriola Island. There are wild peacocks just traipsing through yards there! There will always be a touch of bohemian flare in my spaces thanks to a healthy dose of Stevie Nicks music and writings from Pamela Des Barres. It’s just my essence, okay?

Precious Details

My Bedroom Tour

Thanks so much for stopping by to take a peek at my bedroom tour! It’s one of my favourite places to be especially since my bed is such a cloud! If you have any candle suggestions, I’m all for that! Especially if said candles are earthy and musky! 

photographs – Sandy Joe Karpetz

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5 Ways to Get in to the Holiday Spirit

5 Ways to Get in to the Holiday Spirit

5 Ways to Get in to the Holiday Spirit

It’s here again! And for the first time in a long time I’m really *feeling it*. This is the first time in five years that I have a tree! The living room is scented in pine and I’m excited to go about the days leading up to Christmas in full blown holiday JOY. Aside from the tree waiting to be decorated in the corner, here are my 5 Ways to Get in to the Holiday Spirit. A list of elevated sensory experiences that don’t require leaving the house.

PUT IT IN WRITING

What’s more festive than creating a personalized greeting card? The answer is NOTHING. Last year I did a whole post on How to Make a Personalized Holiday Card. My second holiday card had a real western theme to it. I dressed up as a square dancer for Halloween then one thing led to another. Creating a personalized holiday card sounds daunting, while it does require a little extra effort, I didn’t have to leave my house once to get it done. I set up a tripod, put wrapping paper on the wall, then posed in my finest honky tonk garb. I uploaded the edited image to Moo and boom a week later the cards were in my hands. If that wasn’t sweet enough, my readers will receive 20% off their first Moo order. (This isn’t sponsored, I legit love this service and I pay for it.)

SCENT THE HALLS

If there is one major indulgence I can get behind, it’s a high quality scented candle. When it comes to scented a home during the holiday season, I suggest getting woodsy scented candles if a real tree isn’t in the cards. My wintertime favourites for piney scented candles are: NEST in Birchwood Pine and Hearth. Both scents are fantastically festive and burn for a considerable amount of time. At the end of the season, I love reusing the glass containers for makeup brush holders or plant pots. In addition to that, I love Sydney Hale Co, a candle company that gives a portion of their proceeds to a dog shelter! Help dogs and enjoy their hand poured soy candles in the scents Woods or Eucalyptus & Sage for the scent of forest magic in the house.

THE FINAL COUNTDOWN

Last year I decided I didn’t need an advent calendar. I was dead wrong. This year, I remedied the situation in the most decadent way possible: I opted for an advent calendar of artisanal hand-made chocolate. I couldn’t be more happy about this decision. When I was a child, I would diligently open each advent chocolate and record what was on it in my Christmas journal. (I wrote a post about this ridiculous journal years ago.) In order to capture that same excitement as an adult, I needed to elevate the experience. Being a chocolate enthusiast, I knew there was one place to go. Jacek Chocolate is a Canadian treasure and fortunately for me, conveniently located in Edmonton. The love and care they put into each and every flavour of every chocolate they create is unparalleled. Naturally, their advent calendar was my top choice for the holiday season.

LATE TO THE PARTY?

If you’re reading this now, you’re too late to get a Jacek Advent Calendar. Fear not! They have many of the amazing chocolates available to purchase in store. Create a custom “advent calendar” by buying a box of 12 chocolates and counting down the days yourself! This is the Fireside Collection and it’s DIVINE! I highly recommend placing an order for next year’s advent calendar in November! (Place a reminder on a phone right now.)

SOUND ON

If there is one thing crucial in creating the mood in any situation it’s music. A song has the ability to transport me back in time. I love to employ the use of that magic during the holiday season by creating custom playlists. I do have a selection of Christmas records but alas I have been living out of boxes for so long, I haven’t set up my record player yet. In the meantime, playlists will do. Some of my favourites are A Charlie Brown Christmas by the Vince Guaraldi Trio and Tchaikovsky’ The Nutcracker Soundtrack.

Beverage Center

My life constantly revolves around having ample beverages in my presence. Whether it’s a tepid cup of tea I’ve been sipping on for hours, or my water bottle I take with me wherever I go, I always have what I like to call my “beverage center” with me. When it comes to the holiday season, my beverage center gets a bit of an upgrade. Is it too obvious to say that having some sparkling beverages on hand is a great way to get into the spirit? Of course not, it’s just common sense. This year, I’m adding some La Marca to my center to my usual host of flavoured gins and champagne.

5 Ways to Get in to the Holiday Spirit

And that wraps up a quick little post on on the 5 Ways to Get in to the Holiday Spirit without leaving your home! All that is required is some scents, sounds, and delightful tastes to spur all the senses. This season is all about a sensory overload; I make sure that my senses are being subjected to the most pleasant things possible. Happy Holidays!

photographs – Sandy Joe Karpetz

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My Oliver Apartment Dining Room Reveal

My Oliver Apartment Dining Room Reveal

My Oliver Apartment Dining Room Reveal

I’ve only had my condo for three years now so to say this is long overdue would be a gross understatement. My, my how time flies when you’re having fun renovating a 70s condo with your dad who’s a snowbird and only available a few months out of the year. I digress. I finally have a dining room! And that is most certainly cause for celebration. Located in the neighbourhood that was voted #1 in Vue Weekly’s best of Edmonton, my condo is finally getting to the point of livability and I could not be more pleased about it. Without further adieu, keep scrolling for a peek at My Oliver Apartment Dining Room Reveal.

LIGHTING

I had a very unique problem with lighting which only people who live in ~vintage~ homes come across. New homeowners sit this one out, character homeowners, you know what I’m talking about. Most of the lighting in my condo requires a swag light. What makes this lighting so problematic is its obscurity in modern design. That is, unless you’re up on Kijiji searching brass chandeliers with smoked brown glass. With the right design, that can be attractive. The fixture I inherited from the previous owner, however, wasn’t cute. Because of this, I was forced to scour the internet. Finally, I came across this industrial fixture from Wayfair. It was modern, simple, and a swag!!!! It’s actually available both pendent and swag for anyone who doesn’t suffer from my particular lighting limitations. I was even able to get a filament LED bulb to jive with the antique feel of the fixture.

THE TABLE

A dining room wouldn’t be complete without an amazing table. Fortunately for me, there is a custom furniture builder that also has a ready-made line right here in Edmonton! The stars aligned and I became the proud owner of an Oliver Apt Central Table for my Oliver Apartment. It’s a little too perfect to be true, but that’s what makes it so great. This is the medium size in black walnut. The day it was delivered, I knew it was a piece that I will have and cherish for many years to come. The timeless design paired with the immaculate finishing makes it an heirloom piece. It’s been such a lovely addition to my home that I have completely forsaken my IKEA desk and have begun working exclusively from the Central Table.

HAVE A SEAT

For the seating around the Central Table, I have another Oliver Apt ready-made piece. The Victoria Bench in black walnut is a great way to seat a lot of people around a large table. If I had a foyer big enough, I would put one in there too or even at the end of my bed! It’s the type of piece that has a number of different functions depending on the room its in. Along with the Victoria Bench, I also have a few white Herman Miller fibreglass Eames chairs I’ve been slowly collecting. It wouldn’t be a Sandy Joe home without some vintage pieces thrown in for good measure especially when that vintage is circa 1960s.

PARTY TIME, EXCELLENT

Now that I’m finally able to have people over, of course I have a short list of delicious food go-to’s from some local establishments. When entertaining, I love to share my favourite places around town from the comfort of my own home. A few of my choice picks include: Doughnut Party, Love Pizza, and Jacek Chocolates to name a few. And as a creature of habit, I usually stick to my favourites.

LOVE PIZZA

Let’s begin this food tale with Love Pizza. They have two locations – one of which is conveniently located in the Oliver Area on 109th st and Jasper Ave (the second location is in St Albert) Their Holy Shitake (vegetarian) pie is so freaking good. I love loading it up with pickled red onion and sometimes even adding artichokes too. Gah, I’m making myself hungry just writing about this! My second choice is always the City Market without the chicken. And when it comes to parties, pizza is always the answer.

DOUGHNUT PARTY

Where do I even begin? Doughnut Party has been open for a little over a year now and has brought joy to many occasions in my life. Their happily dressed doughnuts are a thing of wonder. And much like Love Pizza, it’s also very close to home. They’re located in Queen Mary Park, but are also available on UberEats so a delightful doughnut is just a click away. My top flavour has to be their birthday cake doughnut with all the tasty crumbles. However, I won’t completely impose my taste on my guests. I like to get the party box and mix it up with their ever-changing roster of flavours.

Doughnut Party & Henry Miller chairs 

JACEK CHOCOLATES

Lastly, Jacek Chocolates – Edmonton’s own chocolatier. Jacek is what happens when fashion meets high end chocolate and have a child. It’s delicious and attractive. I almost feel guilting eating all the gorgeous pieces but then I taste it and have zero regrets. My year round favourites to get are the Candied Ginger and the Dark Chocolate Almonds. In addition to those treats, each season they launch a new limited edition collection. This year, I could not get enough of their Summer 2018 Playlist Collection. I suggest trying it out immediately while it’s still in stock!

Jacek chocolate Summer 2018 Playlist Collection is music festival themed!

THE THINGS ON MY SHELF

Most importantly to any home are the weird bits that personalize it. With that said, the bookshelves in my living room are a small smattering of many random things. It’s a delicate mixture of pieces that have made their way out of storage, books majoraly written by women, rocks from The Witchery, and as many candles as I can afford. For a multitude of reasons, many of my personal effects are still in storage since I moved home from university due to my nomadity. While some pieces have definite sentimental value such as the red toy car from my mom’s childhood, other chachkis have made the cut for their sheer ridiculousness. SEE: My jumbo Klondike Mike lighter gifted to me by a wonderful woman. Much like my furniture, I like to mix old and new with reckless abandon. The phrase “too much” is a statement I rarely listen to.

CAMERAS, CANDLES & BOOKS

One can never have too many of all of the following: cameras, candles, & books. So here’s a quick list of the ones on my bookshelf that I have been swooning over. Obsessing is so passe, it’s all about swooning in 2018.

Cameras

INSTAX SQ6 – the square format instant camera we have all been waiting for! I love taking this lil guy on trips with me.
INSTAX Mini 8 – the smaller rectangular option we all know and love
Lomo’Instant – for those who want a giant rectangular picture. A little bulky for travel, but worth it.

(photos from each of those cameras are up randomly throughout my house)

Candles

Sydney Hale Co in Woods from Maven & Grace – I smell this and my eyes roll to the back of my head
Woodlot in Cascadia – close your eyes and imagine being in a forest in the PNW after it rained.
Woodlot in Wildwoods – reminds me of a campfire in a fragrant woods
Diptyque Patchouli – one small and one big because I need to be ensconced in that hippy scent
Diptyque Feu de Bois – reminds me of wandering around Liberty in London and touching expensive clothes but with a moody edge
Ester + Erik tapers from Maven & Grace – every dining room needs an assortment of these!

Books

Let It Bleed: How to Write a Rockin Memoir – Pamela Des Barres (tbh I have all of her books in multiples)
The Bell Jar – Sylvia Plath
Babe – Petra Collins
Women in Clothes – Sheila Heti
Rookie Yearkbooks – Edited by Tavi Gevinson

My Oliver Apartment Dining Room Reveal

That concludes the tour! Thanks so much for joining me on My Oliver Apartment Dining Room Reveal! If you’d like to see another finished corner of my home, check out my post about 10 Ways to Make Your Home More Spa Like. Another home story post is a before and after tour of my former condo at the John Deere Lofts. And as always, if you enjoyed this post and video, be sure to subscribe to the Sandy Joe Karpetz YouTube channel for more upcoming updates from me!

Photographs – Jesse Sand & Sandy Karpetz

Many thanks to Oliver Apt for the Central Table & Victoria Bench // and to Doughnut Party, Love Pizza, and Jacek for the treats!

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AT HOME | 10 Ways to Make Your Home More Spa Like

AT HOME | 10 Ways to Make Your Home More Spa Like

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I have been in my condo for a year now and it’s still half under construction. Since the rest of my home is a 70s nightmare,  I’ve come to appreciate the two finished rooms in my place by turning my bedroom and ensuite into an oasis to escape the rest of the chaos I am currently living with. My situation may be unique in that I’m living in major discomfort but I think everyone’s home should be a sanctuary to relax in. With that said, here are my top 10 tips of making your home more spa like. Serenity now.

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FRESH FLOWERS

Having fresh cut flowers around your place not only smells great but it adds colour to your surroundings, especially in my case since my home is very white. I don’t know about you, but a flash of greenery and blooms really improves my mood instantly. I am loving the bouquets from Maven & Grace who expertly arranged all the florals in my home that I’m still enjoying nearly 2 weeks later!

flowers – c/o Maven & Grace | amour soap – c/o Woodlot

 

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SCENTS

If I’m home, a diffuser is on pumping out some heavenly and calming scent or I have a myriad of layered incense burning. I love forest scents such as cedar and pine but also muskier notes like palo santo.

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rock – c/o The Witchery | palo santo – c/o Woodlot | cedar incense – c/o Juniper Ridge | Spa Spirit, Tranquility, After the Rain, and Mountain High oils – c/o Saje | diffuser – c/o Saje

I love incense so much that my sister and I even created one together last summer when we were on Gabriola Island. We handpicked flowers to make the limited edition Sister Witch incense which is available on her site! Fun fact!

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CALMING SOUNDTRACK

Sometimes when I’m unwinding, it’s nice to have ambient sound in the background that keeps you company but that you can also ignore. I recently discovered a site that has several different types of static sounds you can stream such as forest walk, early morning seashore, summer rain, and mountain stream to name a few. Check it out here.

bluetooth speaker – Marshall

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TEA & INFUSED WATER

A nice cup of brewed tea or a refreshing glass of infused water is an easy way to evoke the spirit of a spa. I will confess that every time I’m in a mall, I will walk into Aveda just to have a sample cup of this tea – it’s so different as well as sweet on its own. My favourite infused water combination is freshly cut cucumber and mint.

tea – c/o Aveda

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FRESH EUCALYPTUS & LAVENDER SHOWER

For those of us who can only dream of owning a steam shower in which we can diffuse oils through, we tie fresh eucalyptus and lavender on our showerhead to get the same effect. The hotter the shower, the more steamy eucalyptus lavender scents happen. It’s the best.

eucalyptus + lavender – c/o Maven & Grace

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MOOD LIGHTING

Not only do candles smell amazing they add to the mood lighting of your place. A candlelit bath is much more relaxing than one with your overhead lights beaming down on you, trust. Beeswax and soy candles are the best as they’re non toxic and in my experience last waaaaaaay longer. I also recently learned that in order to avoid the tunneling of a candle, you need to burn them for extended periods of time rather than a short burst.

cinder candle – c/o Woodlot | patchouli candle – Diptyque | shampure candle – c/o Aveda

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FACE MASKS

If ever I’m having a difficult day, I like to take 15 minutes to myself and put on a facemask. My top three in rotation right now are Aztec Secrets, a mud mask that makes your skin pulsate as it dries, Pura Botanicals Overnight Watermelon Mask – you can leave it on overnight, and Lush’s Cup ‘O Coffee a real skin awakening. I like to keep my sheet masks in the fridge for an extra slap of coldness in the face.

 

Indian Healing Clay – Aztec Secret |
Overnight Watermelon Mask – c/o Pura Botanicals |
Cup O’ Coffee – c/o Lush |
Calendula + White Tea –  c/o The Face Shop |

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FLUFFY ROBE & SLIPPERS

I cannot stress enough how purchasing a fluffy robe and ridiculous slippers to swan around my condo in has changed my life for the better. I have a wardrobe of robes which may seem excessive to some but they’re my business attire since I work from home. The slippers were an impulse purchase on my recent trip to Marrakech and they make me feel hilarious and decadent.

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BATH SALTS & BOMBS

I love to scent my bathwater especially when it involves pretty packaging or some kind of explosion in the tub. Anything musky or rose scented is right up my alley like these bath salts pictured above. I also love bath bombs which I use so quickly I can never photograph them 🙁 – my two favourite as of late have been Stress Away and the Golden Egg.

Gem & Honey Bath Salt + Bad Moon Rising Bath Salt – Wild Honey Apothecary | Calm Bath Salts – c/o Herbivore Botanicals

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INFUSED FACE CLOTHS

I have recently started infusing facecloths and storing them in my fridge for after the gym or just when I need a refreshing moment. I add essential oils to water and then submerge a facecloth in it. Wring out the cloth, roll it up, and place it in a ziploc bag in my fridge. It’s THE BEST. I find eucalyptus to be energizing whereas lavender more relaxing. You could even put the lavender in hot water for a steamy cloth.

eucalyptus oil + lavender oil – c/o Thursday’s Plantation

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At the end of the day, it’s all about making your home a sanctuary and a relaxing place for you to hang out. What are some of the ways you make your home more spa like?

Grand Budapest Hotel | Canyon of Dreams | Tim Walker – Pictures

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STYLE | May the Fourth Be with You

STYLE | May the Fourth Be with You

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Happy Star Wars Day! This is really just an excuse to showcase my rad pyjamas, let’s be honest. My sister and I got matching pjs and slippers for Valentine’s Day from our Mother and all I really want to do is wear them outside. Robe life at its finest. Special thanks to Curtis Ross who lent me his lightsaber so that I was able to take my pj party to the next level. May the fourth be with youuuuuuu!

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