Tuesday, July 31, 2012

New construction captures historic cottage feel

Hi All!

Welcome to the last day of July!  I know August is going to fly with school shopping and committees ramping up...I am trying not to forget we have a good month of summer left and I am going to savor every moment of it!  Martha's Vineyard anyone?

I came across this gorgeous summer retreat in Edgartown on Martha's Vineyard in New England Home Magazine.  Interior designer Carol Vietor and architect Louise Brooks worked together to create the summer "cottage" for Carol and her husband's growing family.

                                                                Love the beamed ceilings!!!!


Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Let's Make a Fort

I was at home with my kids yesterday and we took full advantage of being outside, It was one of those cool 85 degree days...Both of my children were relentlessly asking me, "Will you build us a fort?"  Inside, I am much more astute, blankets and cushions and that usually suffices, but outside?
Here are some ideas for my hard to manage SE corner of my backyard!
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As you already know, there are much more elaborate options out there, not my thing.  I need quick, easy, and can be dis assembled if needed.  Besides, I can't have my kids fort nicer than my own home!
What's your favorite?  Would love to know!

Monday, July 16, 2012

Paris In The Kitchen

Bastille Kitchen Island

Retails for 4,500.00, at Williams Sonoma but let's move past that...
Inspired by a French chateau kitchen, Parisian Designer Felix Monge tailored our island to today’s home cook. Hand crafted using traditional tongue and groove and dove-tail joinery, a riveted brass band frames the granite top, while a slide-out side table nearly doubles the workspace.
  • Double-sided with four dove-tail constructed drawers, two cabinets and two brass towel bars, plus a wine rack and a removable maple cutting board.
  • Wine storage holds twelve bottles of wine or Champagne.
  • Removable cutting board with brass handles.            
  • Hand built from solid mahogany with maple, mahogany and cherry veneer.
  • Finished with natural shellac, beeswax and French polishing--a traditional beeswax finish brings out the luster of the wood.
  • Antique brass drawer pulls.
  • This item is made to order.
  • 6-8 week lead time.

Felix Monge collection

So, Felix Monge is not quite in budget for a kitchen Island but wow, I love all of the details, not sure how I could re-create this?  Here's my other problem.  I want this so much bigger and with a sink!
Traditional Galley Style kitchen, cabinets, $100,000 and over, Liz Caan Interiors and Janet Hurwitz, Architect,

The perfect setting for your new Felix Monge (ish) Island!  Check out the ceiling light fixtures-Love!

photo from Cultivate.com, part of the William-Somoma brand.  I am pinning this baby!



Wednesday, July 11, 2012


This information is worth getting out your reading glasses for!   Chart reflects closed homes in the past 2 months in Ottawa Hills.  Want any additional information or a better copy?  Just e-mail me at kfeeback@danberry.com

Have a Super Wednesday!

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Elle Decor Interview with Alice Waters


I had heard of Alice Waters via Michelle Obama interviews but did not have a clear picture of who she was.  What a trail blazer!  She was organic well before it became the norm.  Her platform: All people (children) should have access to organic food.  Below is a quick glimpse of Alice Waters from an  Elle Decor interview.  Read an be inspired:)!

When Alice Waters opened Chez Panisse in Berkeley in 1971, she couldn’t have known that she was about to spark a revolution in how Americans eat and produce food. We have the Californian to thank for everything from the boom in organic ingredients to the growth of kitchen gardens, including one at the White House. Waters is as much an activist as she is a restaurateur: Her nonprofit foundation, the Edible Schoolyard Project, teaches gardening and cooking skills to students across the country. Design plays a pivotal role. “If I weren’t involved with food, I’d be working in architecture,” Waters says. “Design is that critical to me.”

Design Mind

 Architecture can make everyday living a pleasure. Just as people want real food, they hunger for real buildings. They don't have to be big, but they have to be made with the right intentions.

• We're coming back into balance. We're finding out which things are essential. People are using recycled materials in imaginative ways, thinking about ecology, and learning about land use. Don't build a big house that covers an entire property; have a smaller house and turn the land into a farm.

• Thomas Jefferson thought about all of these things. The restoration of the vegetable garden at Monticello is thrilling. It's a beautiful testimonial to our American heritage.

Chez Panisse

• I used to teach at a Montessori school. The founder, Maria Montessori, wanted kids to smell, taste, listen, and see. She believed that the senses are the pathways into your mind. I used that idea in creating Chez Panisse: There are flowers on the table, warm lighting, and the room just smells like good food (even if I have to burn rosemary or sauté garlic to create those scents, which sometimes happens).

• I wanted people to come to the restaurant and feel at home, so I put it in a house. It was an old stucco building with no character except for a magnificent bunya bunya tree out front. In renovating, we were inspired by the houses of Bernard Maybeck and the Arts and Crafts style. It was all done piecemeal, like a patchwork quilt.

A Pattern Language

• The architect Christopher Alexander, who lived in Berkeley, wrote a book called A Pattern Language, I need to read this!, that influenced me big time. He wrote about how architecture can be used to convey universal values. After a fire in Chez Panisse's kitchen that burned down the wall between the kitchen and dining room, I decided not to put it back. For the first time, the light from the dining room flowed into the kitchen. The cooks and I could look out and see the sunset. For the diners, it demystified what was happening in the kitchen. It's been a revelation.

At Home

• The house I've lived in for the past 29 years was built in 1908. It's walking distance to the restaurant.

• For my home's 100th birthday, I did a remodel. I opened up the doorway between the dining room and kitchen and took down a wall between the kitchen and the room next to it, where I created a library. The house feels so airy.

• My kitchen has a wood-burning oven, a large worktable, and windows all around, including one above the sink. I think whoever is washing the ­dishes needs to have a lot of beauty around.


Edible Schoolyard

• Seventeen years ago I was quoted in a newspaper saying that the middle school I passed every day looked like nobody cared about it. The principal called and asked for help. We built a garden and, in an abandoned cafeteria, made a kitchen classroom where kids can learn about food. There are now Edible Schoolyard programs all over the country.

• Two local architecture firms built the kids a nest for growing kiwis. It's made out of rebar and done in a very whimsical way.

Thanks All!  Have a Wonderful 4th!

Thursday, June 21, 2012

Happy Summer!

Hi All!

First "Official" day of Summer!  Wishing you all of the blissfulness the season brings.  I'll be kicking it off with my SUA girls this weekend for my 20th high school reunion-how could this be possible??


Saturday, June 16, 2012

Daughter's Bedroom Inspiration

This picture makes me silly happy!!  While catching up on some sorely missed blog reading, I came across this photo on Aesthetic Oiseau, Design by Melissa Rufty.  Clearly a girl's room without being too saccharine.  It all works so beautifully together.  Never in a million would I of been able to come up with something so creative, thank god for blogs and pinterest!

News Flash: I am in the throe's of re-launching Real Estate and Refinement and have two amazing woman working with me to make this a reality!  Keep a lookout for Real Estate and Refinement countdown give-away's in the next month!  I AM EXCITED!


Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Pleeeze take this advice!

This is a brilliant drawing done by Erin Gates author of the popular blog Elements of Style.  Take a good look at what this sketch illustrates-WOW!  From cramped to expansive for the same size window!

NATURAL LIGHT SELLS HOMES.  So many times I walk into a listing and there are multiple layers of window coverings or dated cornices or balloons shades blocking out architecture and light. Let the sun in people!


*Open or pull up shades, blinds or otherwise before a showing

*Take down dated treatments; Example: plastic roller shades that I currently have in my daughters room, and remove or replace with simple sheers from Target. 

*Allow your draperies to hit the floor. 

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Need assistance in getting your home ready to sell?  My team and I can help!  Thoughtful and strategic staging advice from Michele Thrasher of Staging by Mon Brio and artistic photography of your home by Kathy Jaworski of Photography by K will put your home in the best light!

Don't hesitate to contact me with questions!  kfeeback@danberry.com


Monday, May 14, 2012

New Listing 4618 Cinnamon


Offered at 309,000

High Oaks
Sylvania Schools
5 Bed/2.5 Bath
Full Finished Basement with 1/2 Bath
Irrigation System
Gunite Pool with commercial sand filter
Over 1/2 an acre of professionally landscaped property
Cul de sac lot

Call or E-mail for a personal tour!


Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Who wouldn't like this?

Selling or staying?  Either way, this is a combination that would attract both sexes and lighten up a bedroom for the warmer months ahead.
Don't have a settee lying around?  A bench works great as well!  Check out tag sales, consignment shops and online for inexpensive options.

Have a Fantastic Tuesday!


Friday, April 27, 2012

What 350,000 Buys Around The U.S.

Real Estate is heating up on local and national levels!  Very exciting for sellers and a bit more tense for buyers as more competitive bidding situations arise.  Zillow just posted homes in various cities, with pictures to peruse, listed around the 350,000 mark.

Click Here! to tour homes.



Thursday, April 26, 2012


Gabriel Hendifar, Interior and fashion designer has been blowing up blogs everywhere lately. For me, It was love at first Pinterest post!

LOVE LOVE LOVE this idea for making a room cozier. The white trim. The painted wall above. Very cool design trick!   I am a big fan of grass cloth wall covering.  It defiantly adds warmth and depth to a space.  Great concept for a long narrow living room.

So what do you think about the wall color?  I really like it, especially with the mix of stained wood, painted wood and those mirrors!  You can tell this was done professionally, but it doesn't see the least bit fussy.

Check out Gabriel's ultra cool Lighting designs, Apparatus Studio, Here!


Monday, April 16, 2012

Most Stylish Toybox

Hi Everyone!

I have been so bad about blogging lately!  I am truly in the throws of re-vamping my blog and I am so excited to share it with you!!!!
In the meantime, I wanted to post this functional and stylish piece of up cycling via The Little Green Notebook by Jenny Komenda. 
CLICK HERE for how she did it!


Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Can't Pay Your Taxes? IRS Will Cut You a Break

Ick, it's tax time!  Here is some useful information via Zillow.com that may help ease some tense tax moments.

Struggling with your tax bill? There might be hope. The IRS is trying to make it a little easier for you.
The IRS announced earlier this month a major expansion of its “Fresh Start” initiative, which helps taxpayers by providing new penalty relief to the unemployed and making Installment Agreements, which allow you to pay off your taxes over time, available to more people

You can benefit from the program in two ways:

If You Can’t Pay Right Now

You might be able to request and get a six-month grace period on failure-to-pay penalties if you meet all of the following criteria:
  • You earned less than $100,000 last year, or less than $200,000 with your spouse if you’re married and filing jointly
  • The 2011 taxes you owe don’t exceed $50,000
  • You were unemployed at least 30 consecutive days during 2011 or in 2012 up to the April 17th; or you’re self-employed and experienced a 25% or greater reduction in business income in 2011 due to the economy

If you meet the criteria, fill out Form 1127A to seek 2011 penalty relief. But keep in mind that even during the grace period, the IRS will still charge you interest on unpaid back taxes (currently 3% annually), so it makes financial sense to pay as soon as possible. Learn about the options you have to pay.
Even with this new penalty relief, you should still file your return by April 17 or file for an extension. If you don’t, you will get charged a failure-to-file fee, which is around 5% a month, up to 25%.

If You Want to Set Up a Payment Plan

The Fresh Start provisions also mean that more taxpayers will have the ability to use installment agreements to catch up on back taxes. An installment agreement lets you slowly pay back what you owe in taxes over several months or a few years. In order to qualify, you must agree to monthly direct debit payments.

If You Owe Less Than $50,000

It used to be that you had to provide the IRS with a financial statement to sign up for an installment agreement for more than $25,000 owed in taxes. Now, you don’t have to provide them with a financial statement unless you owe as much as $50,000. You also now can take up to six years to pay off your taxes, instead of five years like before.

If You Owe More Than $50,000

You’ll still need to supply the IRS with a Collection Information Statement (Form 433-A or Form 433-F) in order to get an installment agreement. Alternatively, you could pay down your balance to $50,000 or less to avoid providing your financial statement.
You can set up an installment agreement with the IRS by going to the Online Payment Agreement and following the instructions.
More on Taxes From LearnVest:
Need more time to file your return? Here’s what to do.
Find out how to file your return.
If you can’t pay your taxes, find out the best option for you.
This post originally appeared on LearnVest.com on March 26, 2012 and was written by Alden Wicker. It is republished here with permission from LearnVest.
Note: The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the opinion or position of Zillow.

Friday, March 30, 2012

Charming in Santa Monica for $3.9 Million

Romantic, unpretentious and pure California.  I love this house~too bad it's pending.  Take a look at the gorgeous interior photos via Hooked on Houses, a favorite blog of mine.  Take note of the drool worthy wide plank wood floors!

Have a wonderful weekend!

Thursday, March 29, 2012

Green Up When Selling Your Home

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Hi All!  I am sure we are all in agreement that being "Green" is not a passing fad, it's  a necessity.  Adding a little social responsibility is not only good for your family and the enviroment, but shows buyers your home has a conscience.
Article below by By Barb Schwarz

Clutter Free
Turn chaos into order and peace. Americans are the largest consumers in the world. We have too much “stuff” everywhere! When you want to sell your house you need to go through room by room and remove excess items. Leave space between items, on the walls, and floor to show off the architectural features of the house.
The room will feel larger–and better because it’ll feel more spacious. Buyers need to see and feel the space to buy it. Whether the house you are selling is vacant or lived in, you do not want the rooms empty but you also do not want them overcrowded with too much “stuff” either.
Once it’s clutter-free, commit to keeping the room this way by not bringing in more “stuff”. Below are some important ideas to remember and do:

· Don’t just stash the items in boxes somewhere. Donate items for reuse that you no longer need or want in your next house.
· Companies do exist that can assist with removing large items or amounts, such as 1-800-gotjunk.
· Implement a new policy for your family when it comes to buying things: When a new item is brought in, another goes out.
· When preparing to sell a house, remove items that are more personal.
· Buyers need to envision themselves living in the house and “mentally move in” so by de-cluttering your rooms you will help them be able to do that.
· Pre-pack collectables, collections, trophies, and family photos

A sparkling house is appealing to buyers. Buyers do not like looking at other people’s dirt. Cleaning can be done without harsh chemicals and you can save money too by making your own natural cleaning formulas:
· Natural cleaners are better for people with allergies, prevent indoor air pollution, and create less hazardous waste.
· The main ingredients can be found in your own cupboard, such as baking soda, cornstarch, vinegar, salt, lemon juice, and even toothpaste! Test the surfaces with what you will use on them before fully cleaning it.
· Remove windows hard water stained fixtures and make them shine with just vinegar and water.
· Scrub sinks, clean with a mix of baking soda and salt.
· Clean the toilet bowl with denture tablets!
· I also recommend a product called Pure Ayre, an excellent natural odor eliminator made of plant enzymes.
· Common house plants are pleasing to the eye while creating clean air. They provide a natural way to control indoor air pollution by absorbing the gases formaldehyde, benzene, and carbon monoxide. Plants produce more oxygen to breathe, which provides more energy in the body
· According to Dr. Bill Wolverton, formerly a senior research scientist at NASA’s John C. Stennis Space Center, “a living air cleaner is created by combining activated carbon and a fan with a potted plant. The roots of the plant grow right in the carbon and slowly degrade the chemicals absorbed there.”

Paint is the least expensive way to change color in a room with the maximum amount of impact. When you are living in your home and not selling it, you can use color to suit your own personal taste and style. But when you are selling your home, you want to use paint to lighten and brighten dingy walls or tone down loud color schemes.
In choosing colors, select ones that have the broadest market appeal. They key is to use a light color and the same color on all walls so that your house is not cut up with different colored rooms, but rather the space flows from one room to the next with the same color. Having rooms all painted different, darker colors can make the house feel smaller.
A neutral backdrop on the walls makes your house feel bigger. White, off white, light beige, or light taupe is good to use.
Below are ideas about using environmentally friendly paint when painting the rooms:
· Paints and finishes release low level toxic emissions into the air for years after application, which come from a variety of volatile organic compounds (VOCs).
· For the sake of your health and the environment, use less toxic paint and finishes.
· Look for natural paints, zero VOC, and low VOC. They have very little odor when applying. Also, they have no “off gassing” after curing.
VOC paints are easy to clean up, as they are water based. Also they are easy to dispose of, since they are not hazardous waste like other paints. You can also use Eco Pro brushes and environmentally friendly roller covers and paint trays.

Keep in mind the Recycle Reuse and Reclaim concept. Anything that was something else and is now used for another purpose is a part of green home staging.

Breathe Easy!

Sunday, March 4, 2012

A Study in Green (the color)

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With St. Patrick's Day and Spring not too far off, I am longing for Green!  For me it evokes feeling of life, growth and a youthfulness ( I need all I can get;)

Not the highest quality shot, but this is a picture of my living room one house ago.  I loved this shade!  Forest Hills Green by Benjamin Moore~I think it's discontinued...

Check out this SLIDE SHOW of Green Room Ideas and let me know what you think of the color green for your home?


Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Green Cleaning Recipes~Very Refined

Immediately after discovering my allergy to Gluten, I was determined to become an expert at reading labels, you kinda have to, Gluten is in so many products!  This led me to not only being fussy about what I put in my body but what was in my families environment.  So, I bought a book; Skinny Bitch Home, Beauty & Style by Kim Barnouin.  She is pretty radical, but I took it with a grain of salt and have incorporated what I felt was 1.) EASY and 2.) CHEAP.

My focus became changing how I clean my home and laundry.

Below information was obtained from Woman's Voices for the Earth 

Here are a few "Recipes"  via to get you on your way to a Greener Home!

Here are a few of our favorite recipes. Follow the directions or experiment a little with the ingredients to make your own!

All-Purpose Cleaner
suggested uses: hard surfaces like countertops and kitchen floors, windows and mirrors

2 cups white distilled vinegar
2 cups water
20-30 or more drops of essential oil (optional)

Tip: Warming in microwave until barely hot will boost cleaning power for tough jobs. Only microwave in a glass container.

Creamy Soft Scrub

suggested uses: Use this creamy soft scrub on kitchen counters, stoves, bathroom sinks, etc.

2 cups baking soda
½ cup liquid castile soap*
4 teaspoons vegetable glycerin (acts as a preservative)
5 drops antibacterial essential oil such as lavender, tea tree, rosemary or any scent you prefer (optional)

Mix together and store in a sealed glass jar, shelf life of 2 years.

Tips: For exceptionally tough jobs spray with vinegar first—full strength or diluted, scented—let sit and follow with scrub.

Dry soft scrubs can be made with baking soda or salt (or combination of both) with 10-15 drops essential oil to scent

*WVE recommends using a liquid castile soap that does not contain sodium lauryl (laureth) sulfate (SLS) or Diethanolamine (DEA), which may have harmful side effects.

Furniture Polish

1/4 cup olive oil
1/4 cup white distilled vinegar
20-30 drops lemon essential oil

Shake well before using
(2 teaspoons lemon juice may be substituted for lemon oil but then must be stored in refrigerator)

Dip a clean, dry cloth into the polish and rub wood in the direction of the grain. Use a soft brush to work the polish into corners or tight places.

Tips: To remove water spots rub well with toothpaste. To remove scratches use 1 part lemon juice and 1 part oil, rub with soft cloth.

Toilet Bowl Cleaner

Option 1
Sprinkle toilet bowl with baking soda, drizzle with vinegar, let soak for at least 30 minutes and scrub with toilet brush.

Option 2
Put ¼ cup borax in toilet bowl and let sit for at least 30 minutes. Swish with a toilet brush and then scrub. A few drops of pine oil can be added for increased disinfecting. (Note: some people are allergic to pine oil.)

Tip: Let ingredients soak for a while to make for easy scrubbing, especially on persistent stains like toilet bowl rings.

Drain Opener

½ cup baking soda
½ cup vinegar

Pour baking soda down the drain and follow with vinegar. Cover and let sit for at least 30 minutes. Flush with boiling water.

Tip: Prevent your shower from clogging by using a drain trap to catch hairs.

Laundry Detergent

1 cup soap flakes
1/2 cup washing soda
1/2 cup Borax

Soap flakes can be made by grating your favorite pure vegetable soap with a cheese grater. Mix ingredients together and store in a glass container. Use 1 tablespoon per load (2 for heavily soiled laundry), wash in warm or cold water.

This standard recipe can be adjusted for soft water by using 1 cup soap flakes, 1/4 cup washing soda and 1/2 cup borax. For hard water, use 1 cup soap flakes, 1 cup washing soda, and 1 cup borax.

Note: Borax should not be ingested.

Tips: Add 1/2 cup white distilled vinegar to rinse as a fabric softener. For a whitener, use hydrogen peroxide rather than bleach. Soak your dingy white clothes for 30 minutes in the washer with 1/2 cup 20% peroxide. Launder as usual.

I am Loving Dr. Bronner's liquid castile soap  So many uses and you can get it here locally at Claudia's or Bassett's Health Food.

Happy Cleaning!!!

Thursday, February 16, 2012

New Ottawa Hills Listing Open This Sunday!

I could not be more thrilled to introduce this property to you!  Take a look up close and personal this Sunday 2.19 from 1-3
3329 Kirkwall
Ottawa Hills, OH 43606

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Remodeling? Which Projects Pay Out?

When tackling home remodeling projects, you’ll find some projects pay off more than others at times of resale. Remodeling Magazine, in conjunction with REALTOR® Magazine, recently released findings of its annual Cost vs. Value report for 2011-2012, revealing which remodeling projects offer the biggest bang for your buck.
Overall, the trend right now is replacement over remodeling–swapping out the old for the new rather than doing a total gut job, which can be much more costly.
This year’s Cost vs. Value report found that exterior replacement projects–such as new garage doors and a new entry door–offer some of the best returns at resale, allowing home owners to recoup close to 70 percent or more of the costs of the project at times of resale.
The following are the top, mid-range projects from this year’s report, based on what home owners stand to recoup at time of resale:
1. Replacing the entry door to steel~ This item has been #1 the past few years!
Estimated cost: $1,238
Cost recouped at resale: 73%
2. Attic bedroom (converting unfinished attic space into a bedroom with bathroom and shower)
Estimated cost: $50,148
Cost recouped at resale: 72.5%
3. Minor kitchen remodel (including new cabinets and drawers, countertops, hardware, and appliances)
Estimated cost: $19,588
Cost recouped at resale: 72.1%
4. Garage door replacement
Estimated cost: $1,512
Cost recouped at resale: 71.9%
5. Deck addition (wood)
Estimated cost: $10,350
Cost recouped at resale: 70.1%
6. Siding replacement (vinyl)
Estimated cost: $11,729
Cost recouped at resale: 69.5%

With all of this being said, consult a Realtor before making improvements with intentions on selling in the near future.  More cost effective alternatives may be a better and budget friendlier option!
Feel free to E-mail me with any questions!  kfeeback@danberry.com  I would love to help you!


Article By Melissa Dittmann Tracey, REALTOR® Magazine

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

My Valentine Picks from Olive & Cocoa

I could easily pick an item from each page of this fabulous catalogue...Cupids calling

Rustic gourmet delectables stock a refined pantry. The best of the best of our sweet and savory selections are packed in our Farmhouse Gourmet Pantry crate. Rose wine infused salami, hot pepper and provolone cheeses, rosemary sea salt crackers, lemon blueberry and nutberry maple granola, dried fruit and seed trail mix, spicy nut mix, a one pound burlap bag of California pistachios, rocky road popcorn, artichoke lemon pesto, and an 18 ounce tin of addictive crème brûlée almonds come gift wrapped in our signature hand crafted wood crate with ribbon.

Hand made by master candle makers, this three wick candle smells so delicious you could almost eat it! Awaken your senses with 80 hours of burn time. Comes wrapped in a reusable crate with ribbon.

NEW! Faceted citrine glass teardrops encircled by a 16 karat gold plated brass bezel hang from 14 karat gold filled ear hooks. Earrings measure 1" in length and come gift wrapped in a hand crafted wood crate with ribbon.

The free form look of organic design is the trés chic style of the season. This pair of earrings constructed of earthy elements features aqua chalcedony gemstones surrounded by gold vermeil that hang from gold filled ear wires. Measuring a dainty 1/2" in length, earrings come gift wrapped in a hand crafted wood crate with ribbon.

Vera is aglow with bright chartreuse Cymbidium orchids, orange Milva and peach Finesse roses, eggplant dahlias, and golden coxcomb, all tucked into a black lacquered box. Arrangement measures 8" x 8" x 9.5" and requires next day shipping.

Don't you love the variety of items!
Check out Olive & Cocoa HERE

Saturday, January 28, 2012

Charming Read

What a delight when I discovered this in my G mail box!  House of Fifty is an online magazine that is new to me, this is Issue 4.  The publication covers Home, Garden, Yummy Eats and much more!  This weekend I'll be working on Issues 1-3 with my feet up by the fire!