Easter is coming up, and the chickens know it. Why else would they lay such colorful eggs? These green, brown, orange and pink ones are the gifts of the Bay Natives hens, and they are as colorful on the inside as they are on the outside.
To make a space feel less cluttered and to create more visual interest, grouping similar objects works wonders. Together they read as one and make a stronger impact than each one on their own. This trick is often used by stylists and home stagers to makes a space look more put together,
Most of the time, in most parts of my house, I practice what I preach, and keep things tidy and uncluttered. But when one of the laundry hampers fell apart a few weeks ago, I realized that the laundry room was sadly neglected and in need of attention.
Since Pantone announced their colors of the year, Serenity and Rose Quartz, I’ve been discovering these colors all around the house. They seem perfect for spring, so my previous plan to turn everything black and white will have to wait for the summer
A couple of weeks ago, mu daughter and I attended a bud vase making workshop at Heath Ceramics in Sausalito. We made one vase each, and today they arrived! The glaze looks completely different when you put it on, so it’s a fun surprise to see how they turned out after they’ve been fired.
Just a couple of years ago I thought I’d never let anything brass or gold into my home. Copper, maybe. Brass, never. Stainless steel, silver, pewter and chrome were my friends. But slowly, the warmer metals have been winning me over.