Decorating with spring colors


Easiest way to incorporate these colors to every room in your house would be adding pillows, accent pieces throws and flower arrangements .

Any of the following color combinations are a subtle transition to spring .

1- Yellow and green the classic spring combination 

2- Peach, ivory, Chocolate Brown 

3- Lime Green, Tangerine, mixed in with white or khaki, for balance. 

4- Powder Blue, Birch

Light and airy mix of woods the natural look and cool hue 

5- Robin’s Egg Blue, Bubblegum Pink

6- Aqua, Navy, Flamingo Pink


How to live with the “Living Coral”

The 2019 color of the year is lively, fresh, cool and fun.  We think a splash goes a long way.

What to pair “ the living coral “ with? Neutrals and primary colors. For home furnishing and accent pieces, gold, and teal are a great match, and for a fresh add to our wardrobe colors turquoise, plum and black are a great fresh look.

North face, men’s down jacket
Nike, women’s Air Force
West elm
Houzz, lite source table lamp
William Sonoma, colors that add to this year’s “living coral”
Rhodia, lined notebook



Today we Celebrate small businesses

They are the backbone of our small communities & need our support to survive. Small Business Saturday was added to the Thanksgiving week calendar 9 years ago to bring millions of customers in busiest shopping weekend into the small and local businesses.

53587120-E3C8-49D9-8F67-D9EA9CB9355A , Stationary, gifts, home office furnishing
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A775755C-5E5B-4966-B67E-CCBE1FB5D753, stocking stuffers, gifts

Everything Plaid

Scotlandshop, wool & velvet evening purse

Plaid or it’s official name  “tartan,” comes in 7000 different variations of colors, and patterns, which means we all should be able to find our favorite plaid for this season.

Anthropologie, sweater dress


Cole haan, Vesta Pump limited edition


UGG, Men’s Chukka boots
Vermont country store, Irish wool men’s scarves


Chewy, Red plaid dog pajamas
Potterybarn, Denver plaid dinnerware


1stDibs, Club chair

Portable travel objects, by Louis Vuitton


LV’s 21st Century designs are meant to recreate the collectible design items that are beautiful and functional in their design. Everyday items that have taken a turn to a whimsical, fanciful shape as a limited edition collection of small and large travel and accent pieces. The Objets Nomades collection is the creation of 13 talented designers and architects from around the world.

Oki Sato of Nendo, Andre Fu, India Mahdavi, Tokujin Yoshioka, Fernando & Humberto Campana, Patricia Urquiola, Marcel Wanders, Raw Edges design group, Barber & Osgerby, Damien Langlois-Meurinne , Gwenaël Nicolas,  Maarten Baas  and Atelier Oï an international architecture,  and set design group.

LV, The Chaise Lounge by Marcel Wanders

From four independent modules bound by soft leather straps, the ‘Chaise Longue’ transforms into a cradle of comfort.

LV, Maracatu hanging travel cabinet by the Campana Brothers

A hanging travel cabinet made from leather offcuts from Louis Vuitton’s workshops. Each one different and named after fruits of Brazil.

LV, Swing chair by Patricia Urquiola

Made from nylon rope, accented by leather cushions.

LV, the Concertina chair by Raw edges

A foldable chair named, Concertina. Opens like a Japanese fan, and a zip in the back and a clasp in the front keeps the blades locked.

LV, Foldable lamp by Raw Edges

Using the same concertina folding mechanism to a lightshade, a lighter frame and translucent paper was made to create an illumined hanging flower like shape.



The charming, versatile, timeless design..

of the mid century Safari Chair by Kaare Klint

1stdibs, Kaare Klint Safari chair

We have a special love toward the Safari chair. Growing up with a pair in our family room their design evolution through the years has always caught our attention.

 The structure of our Safari chairs intrigued us. They looked different from other soft chairs in the house that were layered in soft pillows. This chair had many open spaces within its frame that encourage us to follow the lines and be mesmerized by its unique design.

It was a beautiful combination of smooth wood and beautiful rich brown leather with heavy stitching at every angle.

Safari chair began its common life by Kaare Klint in 1933. In his trip to Africa he was inspired by chairs used by Americans and Britons that were similar in design to the Roorkhee chair. Named after the headquarters of the Indian Army Corps of Engineers in Roorkhee, India. This chair was lightweight at about 10 lbs., and was easy to take apart and assemble back.

Today the Safari Chair comes in varieties of colors, textures, frames, and prices.

Rose & Fitzgerald