We all evolve and tides changes. The “house tour” is not immune. W magazine’s portraiture of the Marc Jacobs’ 2007 Parisian home gives some insight to this change. More
Looking at the work of the Lee Ledbetter there is a level of texture and refinement that no doubt that is influenced by the city in which his firm is based: New Orleans. The city’s rich history of beginning with its French creole roots is likely one of the many sources inspirations for Ledbetter’s firm work. More
With summer fully underway, it is perfect time to explore one of the best things the season has to offer besides long afternoons at the pool and cocktails during the day–that is floral blooms. Turning to some of the best floral designers for inspiration and expertise, our summer blooms series came to fruition. Follow us for the next few posts as we take a look at techniques behind producing unique designs.
With our first installment, the team at floral The Hidden Gardens gives their seasonal spin on ‘modern and sexy.” Founded by Amy Marella Child, The Hidden Gardens is characterized by their use nontraditional textures and elements to create unique arrangements. You may have seen their work as they design beautiful weddings, service private clients like Tiffany & Co.. and make many L.A. hot spots, even more beautiful with their floral designs at The Four Seasons, Casa Del Mar, Shutters on the Beach, and The Beverly Hills Hotel. More