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A Vintage-Inspired Home Office

My husband and I have a dream, and a very real goal, to buy a house that we can retire in. On my list of things I'd love for the house to include is an extra bedroom that I could turn into a beautiful home office. I envision a very Instagram-worthy desk, a place to store all of the PR samples I get, and some pretty tufted accent chairs: where I can enjoy coffee breaks with my husband, who luckily also works from home.

When I get inspiration from vintage home offices on the web, I'm most attracted to spaces with a touch of modern glam. My husband and I both like transitional decor - old meets new. For example, I'd pair a modern mirrored desk with one of these antique desk chairs. Seating isn't often the focal point of an office, but why shouldn't it be? We spend all day sitting in it, after all.


My husband and I take frequent breaks throughout the day, with a coffee break here and there and a lunch hour during which we watch one of our favorite shows togeth…

All About Cha


Ken and I were in the mood for coffee, as we often are, before we ran errands last weekend. I'd noticed a place called All About Cha Stylish Coffee & Tea downtown Tulsa, but we've yet to try it. Earlier this year, however, they opened one very close to where we live in Broken Arrow, and it just happens to be right by the grocery store we shop at, so we gave it a shot.

It was such an amazing place! We were impressed by one thing after another. The decor is beautiful, and the menu has a nice variety. They sell coffee and tea of course, alongside plenty of food options, and they even sell beautiful tea pot sets and lots of cute cups. You can get a very insta-worthy green match latte or any number of pretty flowering teas, along with so many other options. You can see their extensive tea and coffee menu here >.









Next time I'll remember to ask for a dairy-free option. I was so excited to order a green latte, that I completely forgot and wound up with regular milk (which I can't have). But Ken came to the rescue and had the waitress bring an extra little tea cup so he could share his Russian Caravan black tea with me.

In addition to the drinks, they serve breakfast, lunch / dinner, and yummi desserts. They serve wraps, omelettes, quiche, crepes, sushi, salads, etc. This time we ordered some sushi, which came with miso soup. I have to admit it wasn't the most amazing sushi I've ever had.. The flavors didn't blow me away, and the roll wasn't tightly wrapped. It did taste yummy though. And the price was great; the average lunch entree is $10, give or take.

I can't vouch for the seating at all of the locations, but if they're all as pretty and extensive as the Broken Arrow location, then they're all doing something very right. There are stools along a bar, chairs and tables and booths in the main seating area, and a pretty back room with additional booths and tables with big comfy upholstered chairs.

Ken and I will definitely be going back to All About Cha! There are locations in Tulsa as well as OKC. If you live near any of them, you should definitely check it out!


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