I’m in the process of moving into a small studio art space, it’s one that will be open to the public, so I’m busy framing and styling with art prints from my online shops (Etsy & dot.com). I’ll be able offer art prints to people in person and also design consulting services, it’s a new venture for me and it’s taking up most of my time in March, but it’s very exciting. I’ll have more images and photos of that endeavor to share in April.
My daughter is coming home from university next week for her spring break so we’re all happy to see her. We will be celebrating a family birthday and making summer plans, it will be good to have a full house again. Spring is in the air in this part of the country, and although it’s still cold and rainy, every other day we get patches of sun and the blue skies are the loveliest backdrop to all the trees and flowers in bloom.
Favorite links from the week:
This new build in Vancouver is a modern version of French Country style.
I spy three great blue and white wallpapers in this California home refresh.
This English country home does not shy away from color.
It’s that time of year: how to force branches to bloom indoors.
What’s your opinion? Are gallery walls over?
This artist makes the most beautiful sugar flowers.
Speaking of flowers, it’s hard to believe these realistic blooms are porcelain.
One way to trick yourself into drinking more water.
Tips for taking better photos on your phone from a National Geographic photographer.
Girl Scout cookie copycat recipes.
A very cool move by a pilot.
Want to travel abroad this year? Consider these “bucket list” destinations.