pins to pine for

As we say good-bye to January, we’re beginning to see the light at the end of this wintry tunnel. We’re rather ready for longer days, warmer temperatures and lots of color!

What do you use to combat the winter blues?

Find more colorful inspirations our Pinterest boards here!

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we spy: m+g in to and from magazine!

 

With February about to make it’s debut, Valentine’s Day gift guides are popping up everywhere. We were thrilled to spy both gifts for him and for her in the latest issue of To and From Magazine!

It’s a go-to guide for all the sweethearts on your list.

We were thrilled to learn Gray Malin of Mason Gray loves our Glass Carafes and Crystalin An is over the moon for our Signet Rings just as much as we are!

Be sure to check out the rest of To and From’s fab finds.

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toast to type


As the cold snaps prevail across the country, we’re ready to hunker down with something warm and soothing.

This recipe for lavender hot chocolate sounds like the perfect mid-winter fix. It’d be the perfect treat to whip up and serve to your special someone in our Heart Mugs.

Here’s how to satisfy your craving for a heart warming sweet treat!

Lavender Hot Chocolate by Ala Mode

Makes 2 servings.

hot chocolate:

2 cups whole milk
3 ounces dark chocolate (70% cacao)
1 ounce milk chocolate
1/4 teaspoon lavender buds
whipped cream:

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pins to pine for

There’s nothing we love more than wise words, especially when they’re beautifully written in stunning typefaces! Do you have an inspiring quote that you keep close at hand?

Come find the quote that speaks to you on our Pinterest page!

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make your mark with sarah chloe jewelry

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, we wanted to introduce you to one of our jewelry collaborators (and most popular items!Sarah Chloe Jewelry.

Sarah Chloe’s founder and designer Zahava, trained while working in-house for two of the largest diamond houses in the US and learned to recognize the importance and value of proper jewelry design and craftsmanship.

It was with the birth of her first daughter, after which her line is named, that she was inspired to design a one of a kind piece for herself to showcase her daughter’s name. She immediately received an overwhelming amount of demand for something like it. Zahava now designs and produces her pieces out of her New York City studio.

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