I used to have rug commitment issues but now I have art commitment issues. In my early days of living on my own, I could have a room completely furnished (and art hung on the walls) and still be lacking a rug. I just never met a rug that spoke to me (within my budget).
Who doesn’t love the simplicity of a quiche? I think quiche truly shines in the spring when you can load it up with leftover farmer’s market veggies like broccolini, leeks, and all the spring onions your heart desires. This rustic spring quiche recipe does feature just that: leeks, broccolini, and tons of spring onions. It’s
Spring is the perfect time to dust off your quiche recipe, make a strawberry dessert, and open a few bottles of Taittinger Champagne for an outdoor spring brunch party. Whether you’re hosting for two or twenty, these tips will help you host a spring brunch with ease this coming season.
Well, that didn’t take long. I suppose I should have done a tester before I mocked up the boards for the parlor refresh. What looks good on paper does not always look good on the walls. French Gray is out… but here is what I’m considering and why the change.
You can’t go wrong with a trip to Napa Valley. Every time I travel to California I feel as though I have been transported to Europe. The scenery is so vast, the culture so uniquely it’s own (as a comparison to The South where I hail from), and the food and wine culture outstanding. If
If you’re looking for a fun appetizer to serve for Easter brunch, look no further. These puff pastry carrots are not carrots at all but actually stuffed with herby, garlicky cheese, and asparagus for a fun twist on a simple appetizer. It is truly a three-ingredient recipe that will delight your family this Easter and
I relish in the predictability of pairing champagne with strawberries. There is not a combination that is more fit for each other, especially now that the strawberries are ripening and the weather is warming. As we near Easter, instead of selecting an obvious choice for dessert, I hope you choose to make this strawberry cream
This week kicks off the Spring One Room Challenge which means I’ve got a fire lit under my butt to finally add some panache to the Parlor. As you may remember from this post, we renovated our 110-year-old condo in 2019 and have been slowly filling in the nooks and crannies (like the dry bar
I love it when food experiments turn out successful. I’ve long loved the beautiful violet hue of Empress gin and was wondering if I could make it at home with the addition of this tea flower. I have been on a “tint everything purple” kick, and it just so happens that yes, you can make
During the height of the pandemic, you may have noticed a lot of Instagram resale vintage shops popping up. One of my friends Nicole who runs the Grandmillennial Shop was the inspiration for me to start my own to test the waters to see what products my audience would be interested in buying if I
For me, bringing decor items into my home takes extreme consideration. After running my vintage resale shop (gone for now but not forever!), I made a rule that if I didn’t love it for my home, I would not buy it to resell for my customers. This made me extremely considerate as to what is