There’s a widespread phobia among the masses that cling to safe neutrals and avoid the use of bold colors. Here’s to the end of that.
Mama always told me: Spruce up your life with color! It’ll change your luck and bring new energy to the mundane. So I’m making a special dedication to the most influential woman in my life with this post. Let’s cover the color combinations that mom and I love — some may surprise you. Continue reading
Don’t get too excited. It’s in Pennsylvania.
Not that there’s anything wrong with living in Pennsylvania, especially in a Richard Neutra house. Red door + mid century + respect to environment = major drool. Do I sound like a teenager? I’m not offended. This kind of architecture makes me talk the talk. It’s like, wow. Continue reading
I thought I’d shake things up a little today.
Photo credit: jasbecker.com
Can I get a collective “WANT!!” from the audience? Contrary to popular belief, I admire more than just mid century modern design. My love for Shaker furniture dates back to the early 90’s — a time in my life when I visited New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania regularly. One of my favorite things to do was to browse the goods at the New Hope Flea Market, where I got acquainted with Shaker furniture. Continue reading
Twinkle twinkle little star…
I hate to blog and run, but this post will be short for good reasons (that I won’t get into). I am an admirer of all things celestial and lunar and planetary, and the use of these motifs as decor to light up a space. Continue reading
There are moments in life when I wish I could just win the lottery.
This is one of them. I was doing some leisurely Web browsing when I came across an article in Architectural Digest, featuring the home of designer Jonathan Adler and his husband Simon Doonan.
Whenever I go to Bali, I fall in love.
I’m referring, of course, to the island’s architecture and design. I actually stayed in the villa shown above that is located just outside of Ubud, one of Bali’s most popular tourist attractions. Continue reading
With Independence Day just around the corner, I thought I’d cover the great American prefab home as an homage to our country’s birthday.
Wait, wha?!? This girl’s done gone cuh-razee. Continue reading