Must-Reads: Elevating EVOO & Office Makeovers

Must-Reads: Elevating EVOO & Office Makeovers

Every Monday, we corral five links from around the web worthy of sharing. On tap for today: an interview with an entrepreneur reinventing a food product we all consume on the reg, how to achieve curb appeal with a few easy additions, a chic office space in NYC, inside the flat of a French pharmacy owner and the appliance you need to give your kitchen some much deserved love.

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TOWN & COUNTRY TAKEOVER.

Offices are some of our favorite spaces to elevate with a special rug design. When Town & Country's editor-in-chief got an office refresh, we very much understood their in-house designer Becca Roderick's sentiment to make it "feel like an escape." With the help of Ralph Lauren's sophisticated designs, they created a beautiful space that doesn't sacrifice the functionality an office requires. {image via Town & Country

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NEW MOM, NEW BIZ.

Constance Clement, co-founder of a favorite French pharmacy, Great Bailly, recently became a mom and thus decided to expand her venture into a shop exclusively catered to kids ages 0-3, Petit Bailly. Take a peek inside her Parisian flat full of fun-loving prints, vintage treasures and that perfect city light seeping through the window panes. {image via The Socialite Family}

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A QUEEN OF HEART'S KITCHEN.

If you were enamored by the Dolce&Gabbana Smeg collaboration but didn't feel your kitchen would welcome such colorful appliances, we may have dug up a worthwhile compromise. Enter KitchenAid's limited-edition red colorway in celebration of its 100th anniversary. Designed to reflect the love and passion of all home cooks, we can't argue with The Queen of Hearts collection. {image via DolceGabbana

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ELEVATING EVOO.

Olive oil is a food with one of the most storied histories. As a product Americans consume in abundance, entrepreneur Aishwarya Iyer knew she wanted to elevate it to make it cleaner, purer and more beautiful. Brightland's bottle is certainly that. Read her story on how she got started, where this elixir is headed and stock up on the newest varietal, a lustrous lemon, just in time for spring dinner parties ahead. {image via All Sorts Of

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COVETING CURB APPEAL.

Meg Lonergan, a Houston design talent we work with often, sourced a few items to give your home more curb appeal. Turns out, it only takes a few small changes to make what feels like a big transformation. {image via Meg Lonergan}

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