Posts by: Rachel Weems

Pantone Spring 2017 Picks for Kids

Hot on the heels of last September’s Spring 2017 New York Fashion Week, the Pantone Color Institute released their legendary Fashion Color Report, stating the shades of the season. Ranging from nature inspired hues to exotic jewel tones, this season…

Crowd-Pleasing Easter Brunches: Part Two

Easter has always been one of my favorite times of year!  As a little girl, my family would visit both of my grandmothers on Easter Sunday after our church service, leisurely grazing over their Southern cooking and hosting egg hunts…

Inspiring Laundry Room Style

When home shopping, people often become fixated on the kitchen, master bath, entertainment spaces and closet sizes.  The laundry room is usually one of the last areas to be considered, which is ironic because it’s one of the most utilized…

Décor Scores for the Frugal Fashionista

What’s a better way to beat the winter blues than a change of scenery?  We’ve got the blue crew you need to brighten up your space this season without blowing your budget! We’ve said it before and it bears repeating……

How to Remove Area Rug Stains

Accidents are a reality of life, but the aftermath of a spill shouldn’t have to stick around! Whether you’re hosting a crowd for dinner, spending a night-in with the kids or cleaning up after your four-legged friends, one thing is…

A Fashionable Future with Pantina Vie

The City of Lights sparkled with style last week as our design team opened showroom doors for the second time so far this year at the highly awaited Las Vegas Market.  Held biannually in Las Vegas’s World Market Center, the…

Rug Shopping 101: Room by Room

We realize that shopping for the right area rug can be a little daunting.  Not only are there endless colors, patterns and textures to choose from, but you also must determine the best size, shape and material to fit your…

Kid-Friendly Crafts for Winter Break

Most likely, your kids are already on Christmas break from school and you know the routine that follows.  By about the third day of vacation, they’re starting to get restless and anxious for Santa Clause to arrive.  Keep them busy…