“Fall is Proof That Change is Beautiful!” – Anonymous Yes, it is August and Fall is on the brain. I blame it on the wet, humid and swampy weather. As soon as the weather hit 80 degrees in August that was my sign. Time for Fall! Quick Question: Am I the only one that buysContinue reading “Fall in August”
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“Look Mom, Polka Dots!”
Disclaimer: This blog was written before Christmas. 😬 As soon as my daughter and I entered Home Goods, she says, ” Mom look!” She points to a display of polka dot dishes. I have no idea how or when my obsession with polka dots began; I only know it existed for years. I LOVE POLKAContinue reading ““Look Mom, Polka Dots!””
Welcome Home Isabelle!
Living Room Transformation My living room transformation is coming along smoothly. I finally made a decision after two weeks and selected a new coffee table. I deterred from my original design plan. Shoot! I have been deterring, swerving during this entire living room remodeling. The original design plan did not include a Primrose mirror andContinue reading “Welcome Home Isabelle!”
How Many Layouts Does it take to Achieve the Perfect Design?
If Only I Knew… How many times have you moved furniture around to acquire the layout that welcomes others and offers the optimum conversation? For me, a lot less than tablescaping. I’m good at rearranging my living room and bedroom. BUT, when it comes to tablescaping that’s another story. YIKES! 😣 To improve this unpleasantContinue reading “How Many Layouts Does it take to Achieve the Perfect Design?”
Living with an Adult Gen Z Creator
Classic Female Icons Since my twenties, I have always been a fan of Audrey Hepburn’s movies. My ultimate favorites are Roman Holiday, Sabrina, Wait Until Dark, The Nun’s Story and the all time classic Breakfast at Tiffany. Another female fashion icon I have been fascinated with, since my twenties, is Coco Chanel. In my opinion,Continue reading “Living with an Adult Gen Z Creator”
Touch of Unusual and Unpredictability
The chargers and bowls were purchased for Easter. At the time, I loved my dining table setting and was not ready to dismantle my design…