We started 4th of July celebration by hiking in the deep mountain in our neighborhood. And it’s fun to see all sorts of wild lives–squirrels, birds, rabbits, snake… Yes, that is a little bit scary. But overall we had a wonderful experience.Continue reading
4th of July 2020 celebration officially starts now . Enjoy and get inspired by these 35 chic tablescape when you are preparing your own over this weekend. We have cakes and cocktails taken care of at the end of the post. So grab your keto cookies, Kabocha tea, coffee, wine or sparkling water , sit back and enjoy!Continue reading
TGIF! We have been talking about the patriotic colors of red, blue and white for the whole week and if you haven’t read them, please click here for red, click here for blue and click here for white. Today we are going to share 25 our favorite red, blue and white rooms just to boost the 4th of July holiday spirit. Read on to see if you are inspired use these three color combos for your next home makeover project.
Blue is on the opposite of red on the color wheel and they complement each other while white is just such a universal color and good for every color palette. It really depends on your style and the mood you would love to create for a certain space to decide different shades and portions of each of them.
A touch of red in an all blue room to create a cool resort feel.Continue reading
White is the lightest color and is achromatic (having no hue). It is the color of fresh snow, chalk and milk, and is the opposite of black. White objects fully reflect and scatter all the visible wavelengths of light. One of the biggest trends in 2020 is Off-White Color collections from different paint brands. Inherently sophisticated and endlessly versatile, Off-White collections often offers subtle nuances of whites that suit tranquil, serene environments as well as creates color-enhancing accents for dynamic spaces.
All White Kitchens
All white kitchen style has dominated the market for years and still stays strong with more evolving elements.Continue reading
This is the week we celebrate patriotic colors of red, blue and white at home. Today we are going to focus on blue. Blue is probably the most favorite color by people globally. There’s a reason we think of blue as relaxing: it actually tends to lower our heart rates, blood pressure, and even our body temperature. Studies of memory have demonstrated that memory is enhanced by blue light and blue light can even kill some bacteria. Blue often represents :trustworthy, dependable, tranquil,peaceful, calming. Here are 3 of our favorite blue paint colors this year:
- Sherwin-Williams color of the year 2020 —Naval (SW6244)
Naval is a rich navy that creates a calm and grounding environment infused with quiet confidence. And it is bold and fresh at the same time.Continue reading
The first impression when we came across this 1920 estate in Palm Beach is that we really love its classical details in both its architecture structure and interior furnishings yet the house is quite clean and modern at the same time. Here are our favorite highlights for this home.Continue reading
Think about your 4th July celebration? We know that we will continue to stay at home and enjoy our backyard life besides earlier morning hiking. Just in case you have a similar plan, we will kick off our 4th July outdoor series from today. Why not? It’s summer time. New design styles and ideas for outdoor living is blooming like no time particularly under the current pandemic crisis. Read on for our thoughts on sprucing up your outdoor living game.
- Chicken coops are a thing now.
Last weekend we did a small walk in China Town, DTLA. It’s quite amazing experience and we quite like the authenticity of China Town and cannot wait to go back to get some Dim-sum. This weekend we decided to visit Little Tokyo to check out what life look like during Post-COVID19.
Little Tokyo also known as Little Tokyo Historic District, is an ethnically Japanese American district in downtown Los Angeles and the heart of the largest Japanese-American population in North America. With roots dating to the 1880s, Little Tokyo is a major cultural and civic center for Japanese Americans living in Southern California. It is one of only three official Japan towns in the United States. Before COVID-19, we often came here to visit museums, restaurants, bars and all kinds of art events. Read on for our walking tour today in Little Tokyo.
With the arrival of summer, we see cane, rattan, wicker objects from runway to home all over the internet.
So, what do you think? Do these woven handbags just put you in a vocation mood? These woven bags are seen to have their own charm—structured, functional, boho, artistic, vintage and unique. They can perfectly combine with any outfit, formal or non-formal with an understated relaxing elegance. Woven bags became popular in the 70s which was popularized by artist Jane Birkin that she wore for a walk. Then woven bags became a trend again in 2017 when several world designers showcased summer collections, such as Dolce & Gabbana, Charlotte Olimpia, Tory Bruch, Gucci and Chanel. In the year of 2020, these woven bags have became even increasingly popular thanks to their natural beauty. Maybe, we all desire to have a piece of nature to ground and calm us and keep us cool in this strange time.
Luxury brands are taking materials such as rattan, straw, raffia and canvas and treating them with the same care and attention as they would high-end materials. What’s more, they are employing techniques more commonly associated with cottage industries – such as weaving, macramé and crocheting – to create pieces with a more handmade appeal.
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This high-low approach of combining natural materials with unique hand-made artisan skills has been adopted by the home industry too. Woven furniture is having a moment according to ELLE Décor Trends for 2020. They are not just for outdoor furniture anymore. They are chic, fashion-forward, versatile, durable and functional and can elevate any space with their uniqueness without adding too much visual weights into spaces. And most important, these natural beauties create a calming and soothing vibe in our home and truly promote our wellness.
Nowadays woven furniture is more design-oriented and streamlined. They add a touch of warmth and sophistication to any modern interiors. You can click here to learn how to create a peaceful space by incorporating woven furnishings.
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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.