• Style

    March Lusts List

    Remember in October when I said I hoped to publish a regular lusts list? It wasn’t so regular, was it? I figured it was time for one after some posts that were on the more serious side. Besides, with the air turning warmer (here in LA, at least), spring is in the air, and with that comes a desire for a refresh—of self and of home. Here are some of my favorites for March. Let me know what you think of them, and what’s inspiring…

  • Living,  Style

    Color & Mood: Rose-Colored Everything

    Maybe it’s because of Valentine’s Day. Or hints of (or wishes for) spring’s arrival. But around this time of year, I am attracted to all things pink. Pink clothes, pink makeup, pink decor, pink sunsets. I even find appealing items that are pink in “feeling”—rose perfume, sweet, sugary desserts and fluffy, marshmallowy blankets. Pink is an instant mood improver. Pink has long been associated not only with femininity, but with positivity, aka “rose-colored glasses.” There’s something about this hue that makes anything it touches seem…

  • Living,  Style

    Fall Decor, No Veggies Required

    I don’t know too many people who have decorated their homes around the color orange. Or even those who have used orange as an accent color, at least since the ’70s. But every year, fall approaches and everyone storms the pumpkin patches or parking lot pumpkin purveyors. People plunk nice, mid-sized pumpkins or groupings of autumnal gourds on their dining room tables or fireplace hearths and call it fall decor. And these vegetables can appear out of place. I mean, at what other time of…