Another busy week. Time just flies. Hope you all have a fulfilled week. As usual, we chose some of our favorite Friday inspiration from Instagram and share them with you on our blog today. So have a glass of wine or cocktail, sit back and enjoy:
This is a dreamy place where we would like to spent weekends. Don’t you just love theses trimmed pink tablecloth–such a beautiful backdrop for all of the gourmet foods and landscaping on the canal.
Guys, TGIF! It looks like that we have been busier than our normal life before quarantine. Hope you finally slow down and have some guilty pleasures such as doing nothing or having a cocktails with a little sugar on this Friday.
I always look forward to each Friday simply because I can spend more time in my backyard for meditation, stretching or just laying on the grass listening to some beautiful music.
And this Friday is quite special because we participated David Monn’s Light-a-Light event. David Monn , the founder and CEO of David Monn, LLC, is a renowned New York event master planner. Monn has been responsible for organizing and producing a variety of prominent events at locations like the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the New York Public Library, Guggenheim Museum, among others. His work is truly breath-taking.
When I am writing this blog, I am playing @dnice IG live in the background. I truly don’t know what’s American quarantine’s life like without @dice Club Quarantine. I am grateful that he makes everyone feel upbeat, connected and belonging. Now it is one of our rituals to dress up for @dnice IG live parties on Saturdays.
Well, spring 2020 is quite different. We used to go to different design shows, natural reserves, concerts, galleries, public gardens, flower shows… And this year, we spent most of time in our backyard. Here are some of my spring moments in my backyard.
“Spring work is going on with joyful enthusiasm.”—-John Muir
Happy Monday! Hope you all had a wonderful Easter weekend. As usual, we hosted another backyard cocktails last weekend. But this time is for Easter. And yes, we had some eggs which we dyed them naturally by using blueberries and beets. Instead the bright typical Easter colors, we want sort of organic vibes.
What’s is your plan for your Sunday Easter while you are practicing your social distancing? We just have gathered some great inspirations from our favorite Instagram accounts in case you need some home inspo:
For any holiday celebration, nothing can beat a good-looking tables-cape with stunning textile choices that will cheer you up, make you feel festive and put you in a upbeat mood. So please treasure those vintage kitchenware and tabletop handovers from your dear grandma as you know life is more fun when we take time to make it beautiful. And also, be intentional collecting those beautiful pieces that touch your heart–one time a piece. Therefore, many years later, you will have stories to share with your family.
If you have a lot of books just like us and often wonder where you put your ever-growing collection once you’ve run out of space on your shelves, please bear this thought in your mind that books don’t just belong to your home library. That being said, yes, you can use books to decorate your home in creative ways. And yes, decorating your home with books can bring a soul and add a tasteful artsy flair to your home, making your home come alive with full of personality. Plus, Interesting books intrigue a conversation when you have guests come over or calm you down when you are home alone. Today, we are going to share 9 ideas to decorate your home with books in high style and purposeful ways.
In an Entry:
An entry is where you want to wow your guests but at the same time to make them feel inviting and warm. A stack of books have a magical power to ground any space. So displaying beautifully covered large-format books together with stunning collectable decor objects and artwork in your entry often can help achieve this goal. The key here is to choose large books with beautiful cover design and colors that nicely contrast or are cohesive with the rest of the house.
Time just flies. Now we are approaching the spring season. From Easter to Mother’s Day and all of the warm weekends in between, the dining table will definitely get a workout over the next few months. Either refreshing your table with fine china, crisp linens, fresh-cut flowers and greenery, we summarize 11 ideas here for chic tables-capes and hope one of them will speak to your hosting .
We love classic blue and white color palette and it is also the color palette for year around. Pairing with spring fresh-cut flowers, the blue-and-white theme set a pleasant and light mood for a spring celebration. The classic blue-and-white chinoiserie always adds a touch of sophistication and elegance. With this year’s Pantone Color of the year 2020—-Classic Blue, we find more interesting designs on fine china and wine glasses in the shades of blue.
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Well, we hope you can enjoy your Friday like this lady in the video:
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Frieze Los Angeles returns after the sold-out success of its inaugural edition last year and quite a few high-end furniture showrooms put up very impressed curated art displays together with their new furniture collections. From today, we will start to blog a series on art & design.
About artist Jeff Quinn: Jeff Quinn was born in 1964 in Bucks County, Pa. Jeff graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1986 with a BFA in Painting. Residing in New York for 33 years, Jeff has worked numerous shows, group shows and commissions. In 2003 he presented his first show for Ralph Pucci, and is currently teaching drawing and painting at the Parsons School of design. In May 2012 Jeff created a painted installation of over 3,000 square feet of floor and walls for Ralph Pucci during ICFF’s furniture design week.
Marjorie Salvaterra is an award-winning photographer, based in LA, who joined Ralph Pucci in 2017.