Making your Nest the best place on Earth.

Living the good life as a housewife and lucky to be a mommy, a Nestlette loves it all without getting lost in cupcakes and crafts. While in pursuit of a happy wifestyle, she has not forgotten to be true to herself. Always looking her best, she enjoys a lovely life beyond picket fences and shimmering strands of pearls.

  • Look

miracle workers

January 12th, 2012


“Wow!” products for amazing hair, skin and nails.

  • Cook

gimme some l’oven

January 11th, 2012


fratelli onofri kitchen

For most of us, the kitchen is the heart of our home. And a Fratelli Onofri oven is the haute-est spot in the house.

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  • Home

not too shabby

January 9th, 2012


the emma chandelier

Not Too Shabby furniture and home accents inspired by the frenglish countryside adds a touch of muted elegance to your home sweet home.

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  • Look


January 7th, 2012


xtenex laces

When you work out, you work hard, so shouldn’t your gear? These running accessories can keep up with your swiftest pace.

Cath Kidston antique rose bath sheet

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Towelling by Cath Kidston

Add some beautiful florals to your bathroom with our new Antique Rose Bouquet towelling. Made from soft fluffy cotton, with a pretty pink and green printed design. This pretty bath sheet is ideal for wrapping up after a warm bath and there are other matching items available too.

  • Mom


January 4th, 2012


buggy love

We don’t wait for a rainy day to wash our cars, so what about our babies wheels? Don’t they get some lovin? Now they get some BUGGYLOVE!

  • Life


January 3rd, 2012


morris lessmore dodo case

The DODOcase preserves the art of bookbinding with a simple philosophy that keeps the art alive by adapting traditional bookbinding techniques to fit modern electronic devices.

  • Books

perfectly imperfect

January 2nd, 2012


the perfectly imperfect home

January begins the new year, a new you, an organized home and white sales galore. To keep your transformation on track, turn to the founding editor-in-chief of the much missed Domino magazine, Deborah Needleman.

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