Want a life upgrade? Same. Ilana Seid, owner of Sunday Morning, offers 7 ways to do just that. And we’re pretty freaking psyched to start first-class living.


A natural homebody and interior design aficionado, I am always looking for simple and quick ways to upgrade the daily rituals that make up our lives at home. Below are some tricks and products I swear by to make everyday at home feel a little more decadent. — Ilana Seid

1. Spritz linen spray on your bed linens while the linens are a bit damp out of the dryer and you’re ironing them, but you can also spray directly on the sheets on the bed if you don’t press your sheets. Curling into your lavender-scented sheets feelsextra luxe at the end of a long day.

2. Add a little coconut milk powder into your bath for a really nice moisturizing treatment (perfect for these cold winter months!). Just be careful post bath as the coconut milk can make the tub a bit slippery.

3. Invest in a Max Bedside Carafe. It’s great for hydrating by the bedside or caffeinating with your favorite magazine, the size and proportions of this hand-blown glass carafe from Japan make enjoying your favorite beverage just that much more pleasurable. We even use it to stylishly store mouthwash on our bathroom counter. A nice, simple way to upgrade daily rituals.

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4. Instead of large bouquets, peel back your roses for a dramatic look, and stick in bud vases for pops of color everywhere.

5. Wear linen pajamas. Linen is a naturally breathable fabric, which make them extra comfy.

6. Vitruvi Stone Diffuser. it really does make a difference in making our home feel relaxed and puts everyone at ease. Our favorite scents are eucalyptus and lavender.

7. Rowenta Steam Iron will change your life. Not only does it cut down on ironing time (jeans nice and crisp in one run!), but it makes ironing sheets simple and easy enough to do so you can have that newly ironed hotel sheet feeling at home.

about ilana

Ilana Seid has an innate appreciation for artisanship and craft, as well as a wealth of experience in real estate, business finance and technology. Most recently, Ilana was a web developer at a luxury e-commerce retailer and this allowed her exposure to high-quality goods, but also revealed the inefficiencies in pricing that led these luxury goods to be unaffordable to the everyday consumer. She started Sunday Morning as a solution to these inefficiencies, so that her friends and family would be able to afford well-made goods for home. Ilana lives in New York City with her husband, son and cocker spaniel.