The couple lived in the auto-body shop turned single-family home with their two large Newfoundland dogs for nearly a decade. It has four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms.… Read More
For the past decade, Myquillyn Smith has been telling us that it doesn’t have to be perfect to be beautiful. With her “cozy minimalist” design aesthetic, she has helped thousands of women create homes with more style and less stuff.Now she is taking on the burden of seasonal decorating and telling readers it doesn’t have to be complicated to be festive.
In her newest book, Welcome Home: A Cozy Minimalist Guide to Decorating and Hosting All Year Round, Myquillyn shares simple ways
Meanwhile, the range’s two curved clutches—one petite, the other slightly larger—take their cues from Hunting Season’s signature silhouette. “I love that you can fit enough essentials [in it] to carry you through your day,” Huntington-Whiteley says of the small accessory, which she fills with Chanel’s egg-shaped hand cream, Clé de Peau powder, and a two-sided lip pigment by Hourglass. “It can also be pulled out as an evening piece,” Corona muses, noting that it comes in four sharp shades of smooth Napa leather.
With the holiday season fast approaching, consider it the ultimate gift to give to a special someone.
Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter Wins Competition to Design Norway’s Polar Exploration Museum Newest Extension
The FRAM Museum will take on a new extension dedicated to polar exploration and environmental education. Designed by Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter, the winning proposal of the invited architectural competition, Framtid, or Future is centered on the idea that “architecture exemplifies how we care for our environment”.
Located on Oslo’s museum island, Bygdøy, with multiple cultural and maritime neighboring spaces, as well as parks and gardens, the FRAM Museum’s newest
This year has already seen a resurgence of camping excursions and the great American road trip, with more and more people craving outdoor escapes, nearby retreats, and socially distant getaways. And the way things are shaping up with the novel coronavirus pandemic, these trends are likely to continue in the months—and quite possibly years—to come. We’re all for getting outside and exploring the hidden gems right in our own backyard. But if you’re getting tired of lugging around your tent and crashing in sleeping bags, then it’s time to consider stepping up your camping game. A great way to do