Spring is such a magical season to hike in nature. All of the fresh green evokes a feeling of hope and peace.Continue reading
Pink and red are the color o love. The pair look chic in the fashion and also It look great in just about every room. A lighter pink lends itself to softness, innocence, delicateness, nurturing, and tranquillity while red can sway toward femininity, sexuality, and strength. With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, it’s time to let ourselves indulge. We have designed a series of rooms featuring color of pink and red. it’s time to let ourselves indulge.Continue reading
Probably at this strange time, the best getaway for some of us is a beautifully landscaped home garden. I came across some stunning home gardens when I browsed internet today and would love to share 9 of them that we fall in love with.
We love to see how lemon trees, olive trees, agave, other greenery and flowers add texture and color in these gardens.
It is pretty hard for me to keep watching news all the time. So I start to spend sometime daily for meditation. The experience is amazing. It is time for us to double down wellness. “Meditation is a vital way to purify and quiet the mind, thus rejuvenating the body.” —Deepak Chopra
When we meditate in nature, we bring a receptive presence to the natural world. It comes alive—and so do we. We no longer look at nature as an inert or pretty object, but as a living and breathing world of mystery and sensitivity, a realm of wisdom and learning that is always whispering its teachings to us. At this strange time, it may be not practical to go to natural for any activity, but if you have a backyard or house plants, you can practice your daily meditation in your backyard or among your house plants.
My Backyard Meditation
Peace and Stay Safe
It keeps raining, raining and raining in Los Angeles. Wouldn’t be nice to just chill out in this pretty and cozy bedroom featured with pastel color palette, poster bed, toile wallpaper, vintage channel-back love seat, mid-century chandelier, and pink-shaded table lamps, etc…?
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.”