What’s Your Favorite Position? Feng Shui for the Bedroom Design

I was recently interviewed for a news series that aired on FOX News called “Launch Your Libido”, with Dr Jo and Board Certified Clinical Sexologist Dr. Dae Sheridan regarding the ideal design for your bedroom as it relates to your relationship. We talked about color choices, fabrics + pillows, candles, a mixture of materials and […]

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Let’s Get Back In Touch…

Last week I was traveling for a client event and was also able to schedule a few meetings and dinners with friends while I was in the area. I had almost the entire week filled with projects, meetings or visits, very little downtime {except when I was lucky enough to stay overnight in a Bucks […]

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Entertaining Summer Style: Finds For Your Table

Memorial Day. Fourth of July. Labor Day. Three holiday weekends that are classic summer entertaining opportunities. You can almost feel the excitement building in the air as the dates approach. Our Nations colors become part of our home and tablescape design. Fly your flag high and break out the Red, White & Blue with these […]

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Chilled Spring Pea +Mint Soup {#SundaySupper}

Springtime is all about fresh ingredients. This recipe combines two spring favorites Peas and Mint to one tasty chilled soup. It’s time to forget what you think about pea soup. The bright color and garden fresh flavors of this soup will make even the biggest doubters come around. Green Pea + Mint Chilled Soup INGREDIENTS […]

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How To Decorate A Dining Hutch.

If you love dishes and glasses as much as I do, you will quickly find you run out of spaces to hide them, but you can also incorporate them into your decor by using open and glass front hutches. In this short video for eHow.com I discuss incorporating your collections in to you home decor […]

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All The Flavor Without the Calories

Flavor without the calories: How to Lighten up your dishes with out sacrificing flavor. When entertaining or simply cooking for your family, usually we are most worried about our guests enjoying the food, right? It’s easy to go overboard on fat and calories when cooking for gatherings because we want to make sure that everyone’s […]

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Kentucky Derby Cups: A Brief History

“Kentuckians maintain that when a mint julep is made right, you can hear angels sing. Always made with fresh mint, Kentucky bourbon, and plenty of crushed or shaved ice, it is the official drink of the Kentucky Derby. ” Traditionally, mint juleps are served in silver or pewter cups (which frost better than glass). Thousands […]

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What is May Day Anyway?

According to history…. “During medieval times, May Day festivities took off in England. At the crack of dawn everyone would “go a-maying,” gathering flowers and greenery and choosing a Maypole. Women would also wash their faces in fresh spring dew to improve their complexions — and men would try to seduce them. (Many poems about […]

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Mother’s Day Gift Round Up

We love our Mom’s and you want to give her the best right? Our gift guide is full of all the gifts mom deserves this year. SOURCES: Rest Candle / Mind Body Soul Collection - Marie Todd Candles - $54 Green Amythest Pendent Necklace ~ Amy Holton Design - $217 Lavender Body Lotion ~ Wholistic Inc. - $28 Quilted Sari Throw […]

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A Classic Blue + Silver Centerpiece

One of my favorite entertaining tips is for every host to have a “go-to” centerpiece or arrangement that they can easily pull together in a moments notice when friends or family give the word that they will be stopping by, or simply to have on your kitchen table to welcome you home each day. This […]

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