There is nothing to beat up the heavenly experience of hiking on a sunny fall day with lush greenery, jewel-toned flowers and eye-pleasing colorful foliage in peaceful nature. The trails that feature various of terrains of mountains, valleys and lakes seem never ever ending.Continue reading
We probably all have certain stay-at-home fatigue. But life is about celebrating every moment. Just In case you kind of need some fresh ideas to get motivated to plan your weekend, read on to see what inspires us.
Having a chicken coup may help us slow down life a little bit and forget what’s going on outside of the crazy world.Continue reading
It seems that this week is very very long. Do you feel the same way? and need some inspiration to finish this week with a high tone? If so, we got something very special for you today. Read on to enjoy the dreamy French lavender field, beautiful summer tabletop, charming cottage garden and gourmet sweet treats …etc.
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The weather was nice on Saturday. Since we usually don’t have a long workout on Saturdays. We often plan to visit some places locally during this pandemic crisis. After all, we have being stayed at home too long. It is good to just scroll around local towns and get some inspiration, So far, we have visited DTLA China Town and Little Tokyo, so we decided to visit Pasadena this Saturday.
A little bit information about Pasadena here. Pasadena is a city in California, northeast of downtown Los Angeles. In the center, Old Pasadena is a shopping and dining district known for its Victorian and art deco buildings. The strikingly modern Norton Simon Museum houses notable European and Asian art, plus a sculpture garden. The Rose Bowl is a sports stadium known for hosting the Rose Bowl Game, an annual college football clash usually held on January 1. Read on to enjoy the local journey with us.
We had a scenic drive around Arroyo Seco area. The Arroyo Seco Bridge is pretty amazing. With its majestic arches rising 150 feet above the deeply cut Arroyo Seco, the Bridge was proclaimed the highest concrete bridge in the world upon completion in 1913. The bridge impressed travelers from the day it opened. Until then, the crossing of the Arroyo Seco required horses and wagons to descend the steep eastern slope, cross a small bridge over the stream, and then climb the west bank through Eagle Rock Pass. Given this harsh topography, the Colorado Street Bridge proved a challenge to design and build. Solid footing eluded engineers in the seasonally wet arroyo bed. Hopefully, we are able to get a better video when we drive through again. In case, you want to take a “country-in-the-city walk, check out this article from LA Times.
Then we stopped by ArtCenter of College Design to take a photo with its famous Mural wall outside of the campus.Continue reading
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We sure have talked a lot about modern farm house style since the beginning of this year. So far, we still cannot get over it thanks to the airy, light-filled vibe, crisp white paints , warm muted different shades of gray, green, blush, natural elements such as rattern furnishings and relaxing upholstered sofas. What’s more interesting is the way how today’s modern farm houses mix and match different styles to make the spaces timeless.
Today we will take you to tour a modern farm house in Arizona. We love the overall vibe of this house—bright, clean, crisp, stream-lined yet warm, grounded and livable. Here are the highlights of our favorite spaces.
I was trying to get some design inspiration after another long day filled with zoom meetings. Then I was pleased to find this adorable apartment with a classical bone and modern touches all over the house. Here are the highlights of our favorite spaces.
We love the neutral tone in this entry. The sleek black-top console is perfect for this narrow hallway while the artwork featured with ocean injects calming and expansive feel. The leopard running on the stairs is for sure the super star here—chic and glamorous.
As you know, we had a little get-away in Historic State Park and China Down yesterday. We actually also had a quick drive-through in DTLA at the end of the day. After all, it has been more than three months we haven’t been there thanks to the pandemic lock-down. Here is a quick video we put together.
One of the secrets to make a happy kitchen besides natural light is to bring pops of color to kitchen. When designing a kitchen or contemplating a color palette, most people’s first thoughts go to the cabinets, countertops and backsplashes. And not without good reason, as these elements can dominate the space and will likely stay in it for many years.
Our recent blogs have featured homes with a light and airy vibe. Today, we decide to go to a different style—a home with a fashionable flair by using colors. Why not? Color is a therapy that heal us and make us feel good. We have included color in one of principles of wellness at home . Here are the highlights of our favorite spaces.
From the entry, you probably won’t tell this is going be a colorful home. Instead a large silver artwork by Anselm Reyle and a geometric black console and dark brown round mirror make a statement by forms and rather keep the color palette simple and neutral. We can feel a very masculine energy here.
The neutral palette continues in the living room. But here, two of white curved sofa create a very inviting, cozy and elegant atmosphere here. We feel the feminine energy here. We love how chic and stylish side tables and ottoman with jewel-tone colors just casually sit around those two of the curved white sofa . They are just like beautiful and adorable accessories for this home.
Now color starts to play in this family library. The blue color here is exciting yet very calming too. The colors on walls and furniture pull out the color palette from an abstract artwork atop the fireplace to grantee a harmonious and cohesive feel even though bold colors are applied in this space.
We love this warm pink on two of these reading settees.
A black bar cabinet and a black vase on top of is understate yet stylish and also well uses the niche space here.
This blue wall by the dining area is opposite the above blue wall. So the key to use a bold color still keeping a balanced and harmonious feel is to repeat the color in a symmetric way. Those hanging little pendants above the dining table are just like jewels for this home. The warm brown on the velvet dining chairs is inviting and nicely contrasts with and well balances off the blue on the walls here.
This swing bed is a great idea when you have a limited space but still want to have some fun.
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Home in West Coast is all about light, airy and coziness. A pristine loft apartment with soaring ceilings and monumental windows in a historic 19th-century building in NYC was just transformed into a cozy West -Coast-like home. Here are the highlights of our favorites.
The loft is full of natural light. So the earthy elements such as wood panelings were introduced to anchor this light-filled space. We love this mixed-media piece by Thea Djordjadze over the console. A stump stool is just adorable. The take-away design lesson here is to have the master artwork and unique furnishings in the entry to create that wow factor while using earthy elements to delivery an inviting and understated feel.