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

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

  • Cook

gimme some l’oven

January 11th, 2012

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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

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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

re:run

January 7th, 2012

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xtenex laces

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

Sophie la Giraffe

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Sophie la Giraffe

Here’s something to chew on. Sophie the Giraffe is designed to stimulate the senses (she makes a happy sound when squeezed) and soothe teething gums (safe for babies’ mouths). A French classic for your drooling bundle of joie.

  • Mom

BUGGYLOVE

January 4th, 2012

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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

DODOcase

January 3rd, 2012

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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

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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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