As lifelong skiers, we often refer to spring as mud season.
All the fringe elements I am seeing lately are bringing me back to my wild child days.
March is certainly coming in like a lion. Watching another several inches fall, I think we can all agree, enough is enough. I haven’t felt warm since last October!
After being a painter for many years, a mentor of John’s urged him to try his hand at glassblowing. He fell in love.
It's charming, it's amusing, it's beguiling, it's the Color of the Year!
The holidays are once again upon us. As we begin to think about entertaining friends and family our thoughts, or at least my thoughts, turn to the all important question, “How will I decorate the table?”
The black and orange color combination gets a bad rap, accused of being too “Halloweeny” or “frightful.”f
I, for one, love my printed magazines. I relish each page lusting after the lifestyle I see unfolding before me, one beautifully styled room after another.
"You must look to the past in order to see the future." That seems to be the trend among designers, or they're brushing up on their art history!
It’s that time of year when high school graduates are contemplating the all-important rite of passage: going off to college.
Have you noticed we’re in a blue period?
Designers are perfectionists by nature with an eye for detail and an ability to visualize a desired outcome.
So often, the first thing I do when decorating a client's home is to gather all the collectables they have amassed that are scattered about the home into some kind of a cohesive grouping.
You don’t literally need to hang a flag to show your country some love.
Spring made a quick appearance and thus far summer is looking questionable.