The appearance of dahlias and the smell of gardenias
Any glass or ceramic lamp.. Obviously you can find these anywhere but if you are looking for a classic:
are handmade, ceramic and beautiful. Since they are expensive just use his shapes, colors, etc. to help you pick out the perfect knockoff.
Lightbulb/Wattage: Soft 60W or pink lightbulbs! Or better yet:all in one!
I've searched high and low and have found that these sheets are the best out there. Belle Epoque And they just keep getting better and better after each wash!
to get some- it's the only place I could find that sells them on the internet.... or just contact me and I'll hook you up!
The Dyson Slim
for those of us who can't handle the bulky, heavy ones (like me!)- this one is perfect.
Coffee Table Book
I'm in love with this book for the following reasons:
1. It is where Hoyt and I got married (Linville, North Carolina) and where he asked me to marry him (right under that adorable front porch)
2. It is where I grew up every summer (not actually inside the church, but all around it)
3. It has many other gorgeous churches inside these pages
4. Inside this particular church there hangs a sign that I love. I think it represents the beauty of churches everywhere, and the beauty of this book.
Tazo Chai Tea
Artist (from any time period?) (Sure.)
(i'm asking and answering my own questions here- I really need to get out more.)
This is a tough one but I have always loved Piet Mondrian
's early works:
Click here to order.
(ha, just kidding. I wish.)
All Purpose Glass
-recycled glassware from wine bottles!! Go green.
fish and grits (can you tell I'm from the South?)
This is a picture of one of my favorite dishes from Last Resort
in Athens, GA. My mouth is watering as we speak... or as I type.
As I read through all of the designers favorite toothpastes I came to the conclusion that I am very sheltered (or just a misinformed commoner) in the dental hygiene department. Some of the answers to this question were: Elgydium, Marvis Jasmin Mint, Tom's of Maine, etc.
Whatever happened to Aquafresh or Crest? I use Crest but switch it up frequently.
I guess it's about time I give credit to the sofa behind my"nest egg" banner. This particular sofa is from Hickory Chair- called the Elinor sofa.
Representing the "transitional design" that I like. Simple lines, classic look, fresh style...I wouldn't call it my favorite sofa, but I do love it.
Sevigny's entry hall from House and Garden article... mixed with those floors- and the bold sconces... And she even has a matching bike! What an overachiever!
(Whatever, you're just jealous.)
(That I am.)