I’ve always loved the sentiments that come with collecting – may it be matchbooks from special dinner parties or sterling silver pieces from generations past. “Collecting” often comes with a connotation that points to luxury or expense, but this seems irrelevant, in my opinion. You should collect whatever moves you, pieces that will forever make you reflect or tell a story for years to come. Which is while I’m finally going to start a charm bracelet…(Santa, baby).
Love this little morsel of a loo by one of my favorites, Tom Scheerer. The wallpaper and hat collection lured my eyes closer.
A quick weekend in New York City bore fruit to some superb eateries, to include Palma in the West Village. Traditional Italian cuisine was paired with a lively garden terrace to include blooms of roses, casablanca lilies, herbs and the like. Candles flickered while the room danced with soft conversation. A C&C Approval, rightfully earned. Follow them along on Instagram: @palmanyc
Dare I say, the final days of summer are at our door. Hurricane Hermine is working up the coast and people are firming up their weekend plans with keen eyes on the storm radar. It’s hard to believe we are here. Nonetheless, enjoy what is left of our beloved summer. Bon Weekend & Happy Labor Day!
I just love this loo – the mix and match of art, stripes and old world charm. It has my vote.
Photo by Simon Upton @simonuptonphotos | Design: Frank de Biasi and Gene Meyer