She lives in an early 1900s farmhouse tucked away in the small town of Purcellville, Virginia, with her husband Joe and their two little girls, Zoe and Naomi. Together as a family, they are making their house a home, working on one room at a time, and filling their home with heaps of lovely memories. Rebecca is a lover of all things neutral, slow coffee, filling their house with plants, learning how to garden (from her husband), and making much of life’s simple pleasures. Rebecca and her family love bringing friends and family together for food and conversation, and hope to continue to do so in their farmhouse for many years!
Rebecca Gallop is a Northern Virginia-based Blogger, Prop Stylist, and Creative Director. Rebecca studied political science in college and started A Daily Something as a creative outlet. It organically grew into a business, and Rebecca is most thankful to be able to work from home & do what she loves! Rebecca has worked with Kinfolk Magazine, West Elm, Anthropologie, Refinery 29, and her work has been featured on Apartment Therapy, Martha Stewart Living, Camille Styles, the Free People blog, Design for Mankind, Design Love Fest, and A Cup of Jo.
A Daily Something is a lifestyle destination where Rebecca shares about the simple daily somethings that make life beautiful. Topics include recipes, life with littles, home décor & DIY projects, entertaining, gatherings, and personal style. Launched in 2011 as a personal creative outlet while studying political science in college A Daily Something has grown to be an online community for those interested in beautifying and simplifying all areas of life.
A Daily Something has also grown into a platform for brand collaborations, styling, and content creation for clients like Anthropologie, West Elm, Land of Nod, Artifact Uprising, Madewell, FEED, Le Pain Quotidien, Aveeno, and more!
Rebecca has been privileged to have had her work featured in a number of national and international publications, both print (directly below) and online (feature links following).