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Thinking Green

In honor of St. Patty’s Day, here’s a little green inspiration. You know I’m a neutral girl.. but I adore these pops of green. The way I love to use color is to have an all neutral background with a pop of color in once or twice randomly.

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Souper Bowls

This weekend, we’ll kick off the second biggest day of eating in American history (second only to Thanksgiving.)  Here at LSI, we’re always looking to add a little luxe to our lives, and with these beautiful bowls, Superbowl Sunday should be no exception!   If you’re feeling inspired, click here for the recipe to this yummy guilt-free Red Kale and White Bean Soup pictured below.

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Gift Gift Gift

HMM… What to get for that special person in your life? Rather than pacing the isles under fluorescent lighting, here are some ideas sure to suit anyone on your list.

A yummy throw is always a hit cuz baby it’s COLD OUTSIDE, and for the nature lover, why not ‘gold leaf’ some rocks? For your entertaining maven, a set of organic dishware or a gold coffee press will definitely please.

I’m in love with that giant JACK andiron…WOW.

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A TREE FOR ALL

Who ever said your Christmas tree has to be spruce or fir? Not me!

My love of decorating for the holidays ebbs and flows depending on how much time I have to spend coming up with creative ideas, sometimes I don’t have time for anything more than a sprig of evergreen in a jar. Either way, I never like the usual decorations and you will never see me using RED. 

While searching for inspiration I saw a great trend towards trees that were quirky, unusual and fun. So if the idea of another green Christmas tree puts you to sleep, take a look at these ideas, a printed canvas tree? who knew! Great for the space challenged also! 

I’ll be doing a simple but tall Charlie Brown tree this year. The one that no one else wants!

 

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Haute Couture, Canine Style

I love the look of the slouchy, svelte turtleneck for the fall. Note that mine will not be armless! Happy Friday. Here’s to an inspired weekend.tumblr_mnalr5iAzs1rtp3uyo1_1280image via.

 

My Summer Flings

LABOR DAY on the calendar is the undeniable marker that summer will soon be a past-tense thing. As for me, I think I’ll try to bottle the magic and hang onto some of my seasonal faves as I go kicking and screaming into summer’s final weekend. It’s been the best of times. Enough inspiration, in fact, to carry me through to next year!

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prosecco pop recipe.

On the Fringe of Style

I’ve been called a lot of things, but never dainty. Parasols fall into this just-plain-cute (AKA dainty) genre, so it’s a bit surprising that I find myself lusting after one. Or two. Or three. Fringe is a must have. Imagine a “dainty” summer parasol at a rough-and-tumble backyard (or better yet, beach) party. There’s nothing like a fun juxtaposition to jump start the weekend. Anyone inspired?

Printfabulous fringed here. 

 

Fresh Catch: Hermès Lobster

I would sacrifice a lovely Hermès bag (paper not Birkin) to create this lovely lobster. How about you? I’ve never been one for origami, but think I’m about to change my mind! Here’s to a swell weekend for one and all.

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The Power of the Flower

Did you know green thumbs skip a generation? My gardening skills are lacking. Maybe that’s why I’m so smitten with Lulie Wallace’s fab artwork. Consider this a little weekend bouquet from me to you …

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Loving Lilac

No, it’s not a late April Fool’s Day prank. Ordinarily, I’m the biggest cheerleader for Team Neutral, but this spring I’m crushing on lilac. Or do you say lavender? It’s a wonderful, versatile hue. Consider the spectrum: from icy blue tinged with gray to bright and bold violet. Today’s lilacs pair beautifully with other colors — from understated grays, taupes and black all the way to solar yellow and cobalt. Some of my favorite lilac picks are show here. Hummmm … looks like lilac is the newest neutral!