Everyday Chic







Murchison Hume

Not only do these all-natural cleaning products do the job, but the packaging is super stylish. I have their hand soap in all my bathrooms!


Thrive Market

I’ve been using their Lavender dish soap and it smells amazing. They also have a toilet bowl cleaner with Tea Tree and Eucalyptus which are both natural disinfectants and freshen up the bathroom.


Their wool dryer balls are a great replacement for dryer sheets and, they have tons of more natural children’s personal care products, too.

Green Works

Green Work’s chlorine-free bleach and toilet bowl cleaner has a light smell without the harsh chemicals.

Seventh Generation

Love their all-purpose disinfecting wipes. The fact that you can wipe off the counter in one step is everything. I’m also a huge fan of their baby wipes! I’ve been using them since Brooks was born.


Common Good & Company

I use their laundry detergent. It’s sensitive enough even for the baby’s skin.




ABC Carpet & Home

Everything they carry for the home is stunning, in that casually chic way. Their bedding, linens, pottery, and rugs really stand out.



My go to source for organic-style luxury blankets, decorative throws, pillows, and poufs. I have one of their navy and natural striped linen throws on the bench in my entry way, and it truly makes the space.


Matteo Los Angeles

Chic and high quality linens. I love their simple white duvets.

Two words: cashmere throws. Simple, luxurious, and also make for chic gifts.
— Molly
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Always Classic, Always Luxurious.

Schlossberg Linens

The best wedding present Scott and I got was a set of sheets from this company. It’s like sleeping on the softest, silkiest, most skin-loving linens ever.

Brahms Mount

According to my designer Dan Scotti, they have the best cotton bed blankets around!


We use the terry cloth towels from Waterworks at our house in white. Extra absorbent and easy to throw in the wash.

Morrow Alpaca Throw


My kids candle get enough cuddle time in their super-soft Alpaca throws.

Julia B.

A small, Connecticut-based company that sells super high quality handmade linens that can be both customized and personalized via monogram.

World Market

Believe it or not, they have an impressive selection of bathroom products and bath towels. I especially love their printed hand towels.

Nest Bedding

Nest Bedding: They make all kinds of bedding and mattresses in beautiful, soft, natural fabrics

West Elm

I love their modern and geometric printed linens. They also do neutrals really well.


This Japanese brand is extremely simple, but totally organic and luxe. 

Bed Bath & Beyond

You can’t go wrong here. Classic and on trend styles and fabrics in bedding and linens that won’t break the bank.



The Container Store

Container Store: This store is my heaven. Whatever size container or storage you need, The Container store will definitely have it. I’m a huge fan of their stackable drawers!

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Bed Bath and Beyond

My garage cabinets are full of clear storage containers from Bed, Bath, & Beyond. They are so affordable. I bought them in bulk when I moved into our new house. 

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Target’s organization section is my favorite place to shop for the kid’s rooms. Their cloth storage bins are perfect for books, toys, and as a general catchall. 

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The Home Edit

The masters themselves actually have an online store where you can purchase their signature labels for your organizing. I have them in my pantry and I’m obsessed.