Jordan Reid

Choice Color Palette: Dove grey, pale pink and gold. Can't Leave Home Without: A fantastic pair of sunglasses. Dream Decor Piece: An Eames lounge chair and a set of Philippe Starck Ghost Chairs. Follow Me: @ramshackleglam

3 Fab Ways to Use a Silverware Organizer from Jordan Reid of Ramshackle Glam

I’m pretty proud of my kitchen drawers. Against all odds, I’ve managed to keep them relatively organized…mostly because every inch of them is filled with things that divide and conquer all the mess, like teacups, salt bowls, baby food jars and silverware organizers. I keep a silverware organizer in both drawers, actually – even the... read more

3 Fun Ways To Use a Cake Stand from Jordan Reid of Ramshackle Glam

Cake stands are one of those things that are just so fun to collect: I’ve found pretty versions at thrift stores, discount shops, flea markets...I’ve even dyed a clear cake plate red to make my own Depression Glass. But I’m also fairly terrible at cake-baking -- and so that raises the question: What... read more

3 Fun Ways to Use Your Stemless Wineglasses (They’re Not Just for Drinking!)

Stemless wineglasses are one of those things that you should probably pick up whenever you find them for a great price; they’re just such a simple, pretty décor solution, and can be used in so many fun ways. Some of my favorite (non wine-inclusive) ways to call them into action: As A Bud Vase read more

Make a Pretty Hanging Lantern With Jordan Reid of Ramshackle Glam

hanging blue mason jarsPhoto: Jordan Reid
I have a major thing for blue mason jars. I use them for everything – drinking glasses, vases, makeup brush storage – but one of my absolute favorite ways to incorporate them into my home décor is by transforming them into hanging lanterns and then filling them with votive candles or wildflowers and strewing them... read more

Secrets to Small Space Entertaining from Jordan Reid of Ramshackle Glam

small space entertaining
For years and years my husband and I lived in an apartment that was fairly average-sized for an NYC one-bedroom, but that – let’s get real, here – could generously be referred to as “teeny.” It was cozy and lovely and charming, with extra-wide floorboards, built-in bookshelves and big windows that flooded the living room... read more
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