shelter in-place: a tour of my home

-bd
  1. Phyllis Jones says:

    I have asked twice about where you got the black t shirt you wore with a black jacket and white jeans. I haven’t heard back. Please respond.

    • Beth Djalali says:

      can you share with me which black t-shirt and which black jacket? thanks. typically when we post an outfit we also share the shopping links to navigate our readers to the brand.

  2. vicki says:

    I would love some great reciepes using what you might have in your pantry!
    batch cooking and re-purposing the leftovers.
    cooking for one

    • Beth Djalali says:

      thanks for the suggestion! cooking for one is a challenge. i have sourced an online meal prep called Factor that i use from time-to-time. it’s delicious meal that serves one.

  3. Becky says:

    In the closet…. how do you divide up your clothing.. what gets hung and what lays flat? Do you divide by color or by type of clothing..ie… all dresses together lite to dark, all short sleeve tops together light to dark or even everything together(dresses, shirts etc) light to dark.
    Also, when picking your ootd, what drives your decision besides weather?
    Thanks for continuing to be down to earth and moving, moving ahead with life. You are in my thoughts.

  4. Carroll Niesen says:

    I am enjoying your daily posts. You have a lovely home!

    Here is my suggestion for a post. Back in the day, our shoes, belt and purse matched. Not any more. Can you give us some logic for putting together different leathers or fabric and looking put together, not mixed up?

    Thanks!

  5. Teresa McPherson says:

    What a beautiful home you have! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  6. Mirjana Bartl Siampos says:

    You have a lovely home! Thank you for the tour and for your blog. Stay well.

  7. Marian R. Gillett says:

    The best picture is Ollie and Oscar in the closet. Our animal family members so believe that they belong where ever we are. Privacy is unknown to them. They are always a bright spot in today’s world.

    • Hi Beth
      Writing from Australia! Love seeing your posts. Im interested in Bec’s question about how to arrange the walk in room closet too. Also I need to cull my wardrobe a little so maybe a post on that topic too.
      Thankyou cheers Judy

  8. Thank you so much for your energy so in need now for our nation. It really makes me appreciate my home.

  9. Kathy G. says:

    Hi Beth! I’ve been following and enjoying your blog for several years now! And I not only love your fashion but also the lifestyle aspect, your home, recipes etc. but I’m wondering how you do it all. What is a typical day like for you?

  10. Suzanne M Smith says:

    Your home looks very nice. We’re all spending lots of time in our homes right now, that’s for sure. Glad to hear you’re self-isolating some. It’s an excellent opportunity for lots of reading, good movies, etc. Stay safe!

  11. Elizabeth Smith says:

    I really like your floral dining chairs, also the large painting of flowers. Colour is so important, especially bright colours, to make you feel more positive, especially at the moment.

  12. Jeni says:

    Your post today Beth has cheered me up. You look great in jeans and sweater – simple but chic you rock the look.Home lovely too- we are going to be spending a lot of time at home in the coming weeks. Thank you and best wishes from the Worcestershire countryside.

  13. Julie Mycock says:

    Hi Beth, thank you for sharing your home tour it’s beautiful. I love the Hydrangea they are one of my favourite flowers, we don’t get them here in England as cut flowers unfortunately but we get them in pots for the garden. Your home is beautiful. Stay safe xoxo Julie from England

  14. Deanna says:

    Thanks so much for your daily inspiration! I look forward to your emails every day. A plus side of social distancing is now there is plenty of time to catch up on our homes and projects. A simpler way of life in some respects. Stay well, positive, inspiring and beautiful, Beth!

  15. Patti says:

    Good morning Beth,
    Your home is so pretty. Hope you and your family are all well. Have a great day.

  16. Peg Weir says:

    Your house is more fabulous than I imagined it would be. Great place to spend social isolation. I am without words for that gorgeous closet.

    Thank you for inviting me into your home. I enjoyed the visit very much.

    Take care,
    Peg

  17. Monique Wilson says:

    Beth, thank you for taking us on a tour of your beautiful home. I read your email everyday as well as follow you on IG. While my figure doesn’t follow yours, and my legs are not as lovely as yours, you offer suggestions and styles that even I can pull off (mostly). Thank you for giving us a peak into your life. It’s been a much needed distraction from all that’s going on in our lives. You are a joy.

  18. Eve says:

    I’m absolutely blown away by how beautiful your home is! It is stunning!

  19. Diane Sargent says:

    I love the white Chanel- like jacket on your mannequin ! Is that a bought item or did you have it made? I love it ❤️
    Is it wool ?

  20. Rory says:

    You have a beautiful calm and pleasing home. Thanks for sharing.

  21. Sherry Brown says:

    May I ask who did the painting of the two boats over your fireplace? I love it and looking for something like that for our lake house. Can it be purchased or was it custom just for you? Love your blog!!

  22. Mary C says:

    Thank you for sharing your home, Beth. It’s beautiful. I especially love the painting of the 2 boats above the mantle. Our homes are our sanctuaries for the time being. My husband and I are doing some deep cleaning and organizing in ours during this self isolation time. It feels really good.

  23. Shulamit Geva says:

    Many thanks for an(other) interesting post.

  24. Carol says:

    Wow, Beth, what a beautiful home you have. Your closets are amazing but I always have admired American closets. As a child I slept with my sisters in a room with two large wardrobes. One was dark and brown with a creaking door and our clothes hung in it, high above our heads. The other was painted white and full of spare bed clothes. Up on a high shelf, however, was a box, an old cigar box, and in it were greasepaint sticks, the remains of my father’s early life treading the boards, hopes and dreams!

  25. Joy says:

    House looks good!
    Happy and hopeful and colorful like your wardrobe
    Looking forward to Spring front porch and screened patio

  26. Margo Mayo says:

    Thank you! What a fun tour! And inspiring too. Lovely home!

  27. Michelle says:

    Hi Beth,
    May I ask you to share some ideas of styles for hair cuts? I’ve just turned 45 and am looking for a shorter style to spruce up my look, having had bangs and long hair most of my life. I feel my current look is a bit dated and tend to regularly wear my hair pulled back.
    I’ve recently come to find your Instagram site and now follow your blog posts and have to say I’ve found much inspiration for style ideas, both for work outfits and home touches. Thank you for your thoughtful posts, keep up the great ideas and inspiration!
    Michelle

  28. Kimberly says:

    Love ❤️ your closet! Very interested in the Camo tote..who is the designer or where did you purchase it? Stay healthy and safe ! Thanks for the tour it’s a nice break from all the news!

  29. Helen says:

    Hi Beth,
    What a beautiful home. I love the way you have blended traditional and neutral with pops of colour. Oscar looks cute as ever with his feline friend. Thank you for your cheery ideas and company!

  30. Dawn says:

    Gorgeous, gorgeous house!

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