Don't you love these flowers romantically draped over the stairs? If you have stairs at your wedding venue, this would be a look to emulate! I love how they feel loose & organic-not perfectly symmetrical.
Anyways, we are in a more chill/authentic part of Mexico, and my friend recommends going to this guy's garage for dinner. Yes, a garage. I was half intrigued/half concerned....but they promised me the food would be exquisite.
How to make a tiny kitchen functional & stylish? Add tile & a place to sit.
This kitchen is part of a studio apartment. Normally, the same floor would continue into the kitchen, but these clever Parisian owners added graphic tile with a small pattern. The change in the floor helps distinguish the kitchen.
Aldo Luongo. You have probably seen his work and not realized it. This incredibly accomplished artist was commissioned to do the artwork for the Olympics three times. The White House requested him twice to paint eggs for the Easter Egg hunt, which now reside in the Smithsonian.
Look at this face! I love a big furry lazy dog. I saw this cutie while walking around the Marina. He was so chill, he barely moved. Not sure who his owners are-I was tempted to bring him home! So cute.
This photo is from one of three 4th of July parties I attended in 2016. I am such a lucky girl to go to so many! The day started off with games at Sarah's, then grilling in Sharon's backyard, and we finally ended up on Erica & Clayton's rooftop. Look at their spectacular view and adorable set up. Such a fun day!
Ok this is a more advanced recipe....but it's not as hard as it looks.
Last year 2 of my friends requested a "Flag Cake" for their 4th of July party. I like to bake, so they gladly gave this assignment to me. After a bit of research, I found this darling cake from Land O Lakes.. It looked a little intimidating.
This is not just your typical abstract art. Jason Shulman cleverly turned some of our favorite movies into art. And not just vintage movie posters.....more creative than that. Shulman photographs the entire film in a single image with an ultra-long exposure,
Only 10 paintings have sold for over 100 million dollars. The latest to join the club: Jean-Michel Basquiat's 1982 "Untitled" painting of a skull. Basquiat is now in the same realm as Picasso, and his skull painting is now the priciest piece sold by a US artist.