Monday, April 16, 2012
For those of you who know me, know that I love eating, cooking, and most of all partying while doing it. My life long motto is this: "food, fashion, and fun". So join me on the "food and fun" part on Sunday April 29th for Dumpling Day. I am part of a small creative social design agency called Treats Club, and aside from scratching our butts, looking into a computer screen, and designing shit we go the extra mile and bring things to life and throw a good party or event. Visit www.dumplingpower.com
Back in November Michal and I decided to move in together and call Beacon Hill our new home. Since then we've made quite a little nest for ourselves. The extra bedroom is still a mess, my clothes are still in boxes, but I just turn the other cheek and close that door. The rest of the flat however is full of my favorite colors, midcentury and vintage pieces that I've collected along the way. Below are just a few pictures of our home. We are working on the balcony and plants outside for summer!
Ranunculus flowers in bloom in the book nook
My coffee essentials
Housewarming gift from Michelle Yang. A poster she designed
My kitchen rug and vintage gold oxfords
My darling babe in Marimekko sheets
On the dresser
Oven top swag
My favorite room. The kitchen.
This Spring 2012 brighten or shall I say lighten up your style with pastels and pinks. You can never be too girly. I personally am drawn to more rich colors such as burnt orange, olive green, and natural tones, but every time I incorporate a little pale pink or teal to my wardrobe, or makeup I can't help but feel a little more cheerful.
Balloons! Via: Pinterest
Tim Walker photography
Pastel Hair. Via: Fellt
A hybrid of sorts. Cowboy meets Easter bunny. Via: 20Twenty Etsy Shop
Streamers Via: Erin Ever After
A girlish set up. Photo by Cherry Blossom Girl
Oscar de la Renta dress. Just $5,500 something. No big deal
Cute rolled up skinny jeans with pastel pink color wedges. Via: Girl In The Lens