I’m ready for the cherry blossoms to come out! The magnolias have been gorgeously making their appearance amongst us here in DC, but I’m hoping this sunshine and warmer weather will bring out these blooms for at least a weekend or two so long as the allergies stay far, far away.
Pantone announced the color of the year is radiant orchid! Frankly, I’m never in “season” with their picks for the year but I thought it’d be fun to do a little board of fun things within the color range.
Hi friends! I’m back after an extra-long Thanksgiving hiatus, sorry to have missed out on a week. It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmastime and I love the idea of mixing in succulents with your holiday decor. They’re pretty low maintenance plants as long as they get good sunlight and won’t make it look like your aunt with bad taste came over and had Christmas explode in your house. Find a way to mix in these minimal, modern florals in your house this holiday season!
With many of my best friends getting engaged and married this year [starting this weekend!], I thought it’d only be appropriate to continue with the wedding-related posts. Ruffled wedding gowns are one of my favorites – there’s so much character and texture in a ruffled wedding gown that translates so well into photographs.
Last year at the Chapel Designers conference, Ariella Chezar designed this beautiful bouquet shot by Vicki Grafton. Between that and my current favorite Essie nail polish, I’ve been embracing the deep burgundy hue. Snag a leather baggu in small or large sizes or add in some gold foil to say ‘Thanks’ this Thanksgiving [card by Rifle Paper Co.]!
A little touch of black is always a good idea. It’s such a grounded color and one that never fails to make a statement.
I love the branding of Fatted Calf, an SF charcuterie shop. Below it is a gorgeously modern + classy invitation suite by Nichole Radman. This poster is by Denmark designer, Colour Rain, and I’m obsessed with this house designed by Hecker Guthrie in Melbourne. Check out the whole house tour on Apartment34 – it’s incredible!