Friday, June 7, 2013
Sunday, February 3, 2013
I have let this blog fall to neglect again. Hopefully, 2013 will bring more inspiration and progress. It has been hard so far. The anchor of the family passed away at Christmas. His wife is left trying to figure it all out now. They were married for 75 years. I have never seen grief as real as when we told her he was gone. The imprint we leave on the people we love is real. It is physical and tangible, and not to be taken for granted.
Image: Rising, 2010, Kiki Smith. Found at Sphinx and the Milky Way.
Posted by lily at 10:05 AM
Wednesday, July 25, 2012
Wednesday, June 20, 2012
Wouldn't it be awesome to have an actual tree in your house? This log gives a nice effect, without having to design around a growing, live tree. House designed by Pamela Makin, photography by Prue Roscoe.
(found at Desire to Inspire).
Friday, June 8, 2012
Now that the major work on the cabin has been completed, I'm already thinking towards the -- hopefully more fun, more crafty and way less expensive -- next projects. We're not talking about doing ANYTHING anytime soon, that was enough expense and headache for a while. But this little plot of land will be a life-long project, growing as we grow I'm sure. So, the next obvious question is; Teepee or Treehouse?
(Treehouse from Camp Wandawega)
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
This is the most amazing home I have seen in a while. Love that it's quirky, but refined. The whole house is worth a look through the New York Times Website....
Thursday, April 5, 2012
Did anyone see Supernatural last weekend? It's the new Snowboarding competition by Red Bull and Travis Rice at Baldface Lodge in B.C.. They spent the past few summers building man-made features that they could revisit in the winter after Mother Nature softened them with tons of snow.
Monday, March 26, 2012
Saturday, March 17, 2012
Sunday, March 4, 2012
Remember that wedding we did at Dunton Hot Springs? Well, Tec Petaja has some amazing pictures from it up on Once Wed and Designsponge (I'm a little behind posting this, I know). Jill did a few little behind the scenes posts on Studio Choo as well.
In 1907, Elizabeth Hawkins-Whitshed became the first president of the Ladies Alpine Club. She wrote seven books on mountain climbing and over her lifetime climbed twenty peaks that no one had climbed before. Can you imagine what winter exploration was like in 1907? And in a bonnet and dress?!
(found at Tomboy Style.)
Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Monday, February 20, 2012
The Greek home of Alketas Pazis, a collector of all things design from the 1900‘s – 1950’s. I so admire the passion that he brings to his space — just lovely. More about Alketas's collections — and more photos— here.
(found via automatism)