Loving the "everyday" means seeing beauty in simple everyday objects; displaying them in your home and using them constantly. It means choosing beautiful quality items that will serve you well each and every day. It means finding pleasure in beauty AND in functionality.
Cast iron pots that age gracefully.....seasoning themselves over time with each use.
Cooking supplies within easy reach.... spices hung above the stove and utensils on open display.
Dry goods in vintage glass canisters.
A beautiful quality kitchen knife still sharp after years of humble service.
Crisp vintage linens and towels.... made with remarkable durability.
A well worn sturdy dinner table.
Train yourself to buy only what you love. Buy one beautiful well made set of measuring cups and throw out the plastic ones you hide in the drawer.
Loving "the everyday" also means one other significant thing. It means using your beautiful loved things every single day. Get rid of the fear that says "using my beautiful things daily is wasteful." It's a lie. You honor yourself, your family, and your possessions by using your things daily. Your favorite antique china, your vintage linens, old rugs, and chandeliers...... these things are honored as they are used and enjoyed. This keeps your home real, authentic, and honest. People are then invited into your true real everyday life.
And the hardest part of all....get rid of the things you don't find beautiful and you don't use on a daily basis. They clutter up the real beauty in a home, taking precious time and space. Retain only the things that serve you and are beautiful to you. The end result will be a simple, beautiful, and personal space you love to be in every day.