As I entered the Bridges Hall of Music, it felt as if I was transported back to ancient roman times. The exterior of the building was astounding! Once we opened the doors to the music hall, our breath was completely taken away.
My husband and I have heard only wonderful things about this place and they were all correct. The Anaheim Meat Packing District was not only the food melting pot of my dreams, it had the most amazing interior! Think Spring on a farm where fairies play.
There is no escape from minimalism. It is everywhere from magazines to Instagram feeds, and it seems to work for many! The very basics are what is required for this interior. But what if you are like me and your home or apartment is busting at the seams with...stuff...that you just can't part with? You just might be a maximalist! Or are you? Well, let's take a look!
My husband and I tried everything! We tried talking to it, singing to it, moving it around different rooms in our home and still nothing. Our hanging indoor succulent eventually shriveled and dried all the way down to the roots and died. So, what went wrong? After doing some research, it turns out it was underwatered. Huh? This week, we pan into the greenery section of choosing and caring for your succulents!
After years of not seeing her, I finally got to see an old college friend of mine. She invited me to a work presentation, where I met Ana. Ana absolutely adores modern, edgy furniture while her partner has more of a classic taste.This brings up the question, can you make edgy look and feel classic?
Students from SCI-Arc in L.A. have just paved the way to affordable, beautiful homes by teaming up with Homes for Habitat. In a crime-filled part of town, where Los Angeles County donated a piece of land to the cause, these great thinkers made a safe, affordable and eco-friendly home.
Photo by: Joshua White