Monthly Archives: February 2015

An Attractive Couple & Goblet Pleats

 

Master Bedroom

There is nothing quite so beautiful as a glamorous couple.

Seeing the cut of a well-made suit, or the look of a blue and white stripe of a man’s shirt  next to an alluring woman dressed in femininity and confidence is an attractive scene. There’s a chemistry created between the two contrasting powers. It can be electric and seducing. Continue reading

From “Your Valentine”

Carol Lombard and Clark Gable: Lombard was killed in 1942 in a plane crash, leading the grief-stricken Gable to join the army. He would go on to wear the diamond earring they found at the crash site on a necklace.  He chose to be interred next to her at Forest Lawn cemetery.

Carol Lombard and Clark Gable: Lombard was killed in 1942 in a plane crash, leading the grief-stricken Gable to join the army. He would go on to wear the diamond earring they found at the crash site on a necklace. He chose to be interred next to her at Forest Lawn cemetery.

Last year at this time as we approached Valentine’s Day,  I wrote about the power of love.  A power I concede could never be properly honored by a commercialized day.

However, after a year that showed me not only the preciousness of life, but the power of love, I am thankful that we have a date on our calendar where we are reminded to think of others before ourselves.

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Friday Favorite: Black and White

Miles Redd's room always have a touch of allure. He often uses art by Franz Kline.

Miles Redd’s room always have a touch of allure. He often uses art by Franz Kline.

I love the color black, and not just because it’s slimming.

I’ve known for a long time that my preferred styles are odes to the past with a few glamorous, contemporary bursts. In studying my favorite rooms and designers, I kept noticing that most of the spaces balanced the traditional pieces with a punch of modern art; specifically black and white abstract expressionism. Continue reading