*Apologies to Mr. Kermit the Frog. While I have always appreciated the color green in nature and in interiors, only recently have I fallen for this color in clothing. Green represents growth, harmony, balance, and freshness. It’s a “cool” color which is why, with my complexion, I should really wear it more often. Greens were … Continue reading It’s Easy Being Green*
My friend Elizabeth suggested I read this book. Elizabeth has written about design (among other things) for over twenty years, so when she tells me I should check out a book, a store, a designer, etc., I do it. MASSERIA, with text by architect Diane Lewis and photographs by Mark Roskams, is a fantastic book. … Continue reading Masseria, The Italian Farmhouses Of Puglia
To me it means clean, modern lines, without the coldness associated with minimalism. There’s room for different eras and a variety of textures. Stylish Simplicity allows craftsmanship to shine. The great bones of a home are not overwhelmed by an explosion of ornate decoration. I love the elemental, classic, and yet contemporary, aesthetic of Stylish … Continue reading What Is Stylish Simplicity?