Happy New Years Eve! I’ve pulled together my favorite bar carts that I wouldn’t mind gathering around to ring in the new year. Whether you’re going out on the town or hanging out on the sofa like me, I hope you enjoy this curated collection.Read More
What a perfect weekend for Stove-Top Potpourri to fill your home with smells of the season. I love candles don’t get me wrong, but I am trying something a little new this weekend as we get ready for Christmas. This aroma is going to make the house smell fragrant and full of life. My husband may even ask what I am cooking :)Read More
The month of December is all about the new and different ways we can celebrate christmas in our homes. On top of that thinking of thoughtful gifts for family and friends. I’ve pulled together my favorite Christmas decor ideas for around the home just in case you need a little help getting started.Read More
It’s finally raining here in California, of course all I want to do is snuggle up in a fuzzy blanket on the sofa. I’ve pulled together my favorite dark and moody interiors to share and match this cloudy weather.Read More
The best part of hosting Thanksgiving for myself and my decorating enthusiasts alike, is deciding how you will set the table. What color scheme should you choose, and which pieces will accent everything beautifully. I’ve gathered my top inspirational finds below, I hope you find this helpful and inspires you to create something magical of your own!Read More
The crisp autumn air, the leaves starting to change and the days begin to feel much shorter. Now that October is over, we find ourselves almost a week away from Thanksgiving. I wanted to share our living room mantel, in which I’ve decorated with fall fiery leaves and pumpkins. I like to decorate with an autumnal theme, allowing us to enjoy for a longer period of time, as early as September all the way through November. Although I am itching to begin decorating for Christmas, but I will resist the urge.Read More
Summertime to me is all about bright colors and the warm sunshine. The interiors switch from heavy textiles to light throws for the furniture. It’s all about bringing the indoors out and enjoying the time in the sun. Of course it doesn’t hurt to get a little tan during all these either. I hope you enjoy my collection of summer fun below.
Klay Saint Saveur - I’ve fallen in love with this tropical garden terrace in Paris, France.
Commissary - The Commissary is an urban greenhouse oasis within the Line Hotel based in Los Angeles.
The Musket Room - Nolita seems to be a popular trending spot for hot restaurants, this one inspired by New Zealand.
De Maria - A contemporary restaurant in vibrant Nolita neighborhood within New York.
Norah Restaurant - An eclectic American restaurant in the heart of hollywood this looks like a place I would love to spend an afternoon happy hour.
This weekend was full of family time - catching up with loved ones, sharing stories and laughs. When it comes to Sunday, we use the day as a recharge allowing time to unwind from the weekend, preparing for the week ahead. I’ve walked past these Blood Oranges in our kitchen’s fruit bowl for some time now. No time like the present to break out the beaters and mixing bowl.
This seasonal fruit is very beautiful when you cut into them. Allows you to bring something different into your dishes. I’ve packed slices in our lunches and now, adding a twist to a simple lemon cake. My sweet tooth will enjoy this throughout the week.
What do you like to do on Sundays?
We can all live in denial that Monday is tomorrow! :)
The weekend is a time to unwind and to explore places unknown, new experiences and sites you’ve never known before. Sonoma County was top on our list last weekend. The area is notorious for wine and vineyards as they go hand in hand. Sonoma neighbors with Napa Valley so you can imagine this is the place to be for great wine tasting. Sadly, we didn’t taste any wine on our trip. We enjoyed walking the downtown area of Healdsburg, slowing down and taking in all the sites.
Bar Bravas, was a lovely restaurant we saw in the middle of town – wish we weren’t full from our picnic lunch. Once a single family home, they converted the structure into a restaurant. The front patio had bistro style table and chairs with orange accents throughout the front garden. The place seemed like a great spot to have coffee and or a quick bite with a friend. As we continued past, we noticed the once driveway now led you down a fun and inviting journey. I mean could you have walked past this and not wandered back there in curiosity? If we find ourselves back in town we will definitely be sure to stop here for a bite and request to sit in the backyard, so peaceful and serene.
The antique shop was my favorite. I love items that have history to them and being able to repurpose and reuse an item brings it back to life. The possibilities in this shop were amazing, although at times I felt very overwhelmed as if I had missed something unique!
I wonder what amazing places we will discover this weekend?