Jeremy Miranda is a New England based artist, known for his seascapes and landscapes which have a dream like quality. I’m a big fan of his work – and many of the pieces really reminds me of growing up on Cape Cod. Someday I will be purchasing an original – but it’s so hard to pick which one, don’t you think? Head on over to his website to see more!
1. Helen Frankenthaler painting 2. Wooden Evans Lamp by Kimille Taylor 3. Sunlit bedroom from the book Coming Home: The Southern Vernacular Home 4. Feminine room with an orange chaise by interior designer firm Tilton Fenwick 5. Wooden floors from John Derian’s home as featured in T Magazine
I’m not a very feminine decorator – no florals or ruffles to be found (which I’m sure makes my husband happy). Lately though I’ve found myself drawn to rooms like this one with the tufted orange chaise. I have to say there is something really lovely and feminine about the room, but the color palette keeps it from being too sweet. I’m also completely in love with Kimille Taylor’s new line of lamps as well. They are modern but feel like they could fit in with a home that has vintage pieces as well like mine. What’s your decorating style?
Growing up in a restaurant, you can imagine how much I love food. I’m all about an easy lunch and one of my favorites lately has been a mashed up avocado with a sliced hard-boiled egg on toast. I particularly like to use a ‘health bread’ made with sour dough and lots of different grains and seeds. Top if off with a pinch of salt and pepper and you’re all set. Lemon juice is another great addition if you have it on hand. What are your favorite things to eat for lunch?