A space filled with visual moments that come together to form a narrative, to share what we find beautiful, delicious, and inspiring. We hope to convey different styles, interests and relationships, by taking you along on our adventures, and sharing some of the magic that goes on behind the scenes.
It is the lilac season, it does not last long but the fragrant bloom is splendid. But what color is lilac anyway? The lilac flowers actually bloom in seven official colors: white, violet, blue, lavender, pink, magenta, and purple, with many shades of each, but the color called lilac belongs to the violet shades and is darker than lavender. Lilac is both a cool and warm color since it is made of a mix of blue and red. Lilac flowers are associated with the first emotion of love. Like lavender, lilac symbolizes feminity, grace, and elegance. As found in nature, It pairs beautifully with dark greens. For a springy lilac harmony, combine shades of lilac with greens, plums, and mauve.
A classic hot pink Plymouth Belvedere rolling into the sunset, a sweet salsa rhythm lost forever to the wind, your feet up, the scenery rushing by… Finally, the impromptu romantic weekend getaway you’ve been dreaming of. #CubaLibre #RomanticGetaway #ClassicPink
“Kindness is like snow - it beautifies everything it covers.” - Kahlil Gibran. There are over 200 different shades of white, by looking carefully at undertones, we can distinguish a variety of shades that will shift with light patterns, and times of day. #WinterWhites #Daylighttones #Beauty #Kindness
The black trim inside the window frames surrounded by white give these kitchen windows some depth. This keeps with the subtle monochromatic scheme our designer, Amy, chose for the house’s exterior. #rustic #farmhouse #venueandmenu
Turquoise is both a color and a stone. It is one of the oldest protection amulets, and was also known as a symbol of wealth in many ancient cultures. We like it for its gorgeous color!#turquoise #statementnecklace #venueandmenu