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Monthly Archives: December 2011


Happy New Year with Rolls Royce Models Which Turn 100

One hundred year old Rolls Royce Cars from the 2011 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. Read More







Appreciation for Some Special Bloggers and Social Media Gurus

Thanks to a few special bloggers and social media gurus for a great 2011.






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Favorite Design Finds from 2011

Linear shower drain grates, one handed faucets, glass tile and color were some of the exciting design products and materials from 2011.






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Interior Geometry Requires No Math

Geometric patterns make a space add up without the need for a calculator. Their predictability can bring order and balance to an interior.






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Merry Christmas

On this Christmas day I thought it’d be fun to share a few pictures of the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C.  It is a wonderful place to visit, very Gothic and old world yet delightfully new.  The architecture and colorful … Read More







Countdown to Ferrari Cavallino Classic

It is a less than a month until the ultimate Ferrari event uniting car lovers from all over at the Cavallino Classic, January 17 -22, 2012 in Palm Beach.






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Memories of Christmas I Didn’t Know I Had

While going through the memory boxes, my intention was to look for Christmas pictures and here is what I found.






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Soft and Chewy Homemade Caramels

Making caramels is a fun holiday project. The rolling part is easy for kids. This recipe will yield plenty to give away as homemade gifts.






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Christmas in Color

By now you likely know the color blue runs through my veins as well as all around me.  It is our favorite color.  (There is a tip for picking a partner: make sure you like the same color palette.)  We … Read More







Traditionally Baking the Holiday Traditions

At the holidays there is nothing quite like the traditional old fashioned cookie. There is no substitute or shortcut for a good recipe and traditional tools.






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