Human/House/Harvey: Fruits

Human House Harvey, Fruits
I’ve been pretty spoiled for the past 20 years living in the land of perpetually delicious fruit (a.k.a. California).  Whenever I travel outside of the west coast, I immediately notice the difference in fruit quality (for better or worse), and always come back home grateful for having year-round produce bliss.  Fruits are a main staple to my diet (Mr. Harvey appreciates the occasional apple and banana-flavored treat from time to time too!) and recently, I’ve been transitioning fruits into my design aesthetic as well.  Here are just a few favorite finds for me, my home and my pup! –Stephanie

HUMAN – Not everyone has a fun socks obsession like I do…I know.  But can you really tell me that these festive pineapple, avocado and floral socks don’t bring a smile to your face?  Just so fun!

HOUSE – To be honest, I don’t have much art up on my walls.  A few photographs I’ve taken and a couple vintage pictures make up the lot.  But when I came across this simple, bright and downright pleasant fruit bowl print, I thought it would make a lovely addition to my bare walls.

HARVEY – Mr. Harvey was recently gifted this strawberry chew/hidden treat toy for his birthday…the big 3! I thought it was just the most adorable thing ever, so I sought out others and wouldn’t you know you can collect a whole bunch of berries for your pups to play with!

  1. Those socks! So cute.

  2. Kate says:

    I love this posting. It’s so luscious in the way that it captures the essence of summer. Thank you!

  3. These dog toys are the best out there! Our dogs love them, they have vitamins in them, and they are so tough to tear up!

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