Guys, it’s middle of the week. We probably all need a little bit refreshing break from the busy week. I recently went to an art opening reception and was really amazed by how they styled the table with all natural ingredients and beautiful spring colors. Of course, the food was just beyond fresh and delicious. Everything was made from scratch. So they are local and very Los Angeles. Here are some photos and a video I would love to share with you:
In case, you are interested in learning their story, here is the link. I hope you get some inspirations for your backyard spring parties. Life is about celebrating the moments.
Whenever I go to Vegas, I always love to schedule some time to check out the new restaurants. Ken Fulk is one of my favorites designers based in New York and I follow his Instagram. He recently posted this awesome restaurant he designed —Sadelle’s , Bellagio. It is kind of vintage New York vibe, very chic. I really like the color palette–pink, green, blue and gold— he used for the restaurant and decided to visit this time for my KBIS trip.
Animal-print on the chairs
I think the main successes for this restaurant project:
Vintage and classic color palette;
Drapes and upholstery soften the 10,000 square foot space
What about food–“a breakfast-centric morning, power lunch spot mid-day, and a dinner experience at night right in front of the resort’s Conservatory and Botanical Garden as the backdrop” Click here and see reviews from foodies
Happy New Year! Hope everyone had a wonderful holiday season. We’d been busy traveling and making keto cookies for the holiday season and here are some memories I would love to share from our holidays. Enjoy!
The Pantone Color announced back Dec. last year that the 2017 Color of the Year: Greenery. It means “revive, restore, renew, replenish, regenerate, rejuvenate, reinvigorate, re-oxygenate. Design is an outlet for all of these fresh beginnings. And the yellow pigment in Greenery references the sun, the symbolic light that people need in these times.”
It will be always wonderful to visit some historical architecture in a sunny day. Adamson House , a enchanted beach house, located in Malibu, California, was built in 1929 by Rindge family. It is a typical Spanish Colonial Revival style home. We really enjoyed our day there. What really special about this house is the decorative tiles they used through the house. Such a beautiful craftsman-work!
Saturday is always the day for me to explore the new things and find inspiration. Coffee shops, antique shops, flower markets,s tea houses… Love the atmosphere, the sophistication, freshness, colors and textures.