I always love reading about inspiring women, no matter what their profession might be. One of them is definitely Karen Mordechai, the founder of Sunday Suppers, the Brooklyn dinner series, shop and cookbook. Sunday Suppers is a food and design community based in South Williamsburg Brooklyn. Their focus is on seasonal fare and simple, thoughtful living.
I love that Karen’s approach to cooking is all about simplicity and warmth, being together as a family, sharing time, thoughts and good food.
I’ve been enjoying looking at these beautiful photos of Fine Arts Museum of Asturias, designed by Francisco Mangado.
Elegant and refined; surprisingly interesting and yet ever so calming.
One of the main reasons my dishware is not as elaborate, lies in the fact that I have always loved spending some extra cash on a piece of clothing or beautiful shoes, as oppose to kitchenware.
Not that I give up on my clothes purchases (that will never happen, of course), but today I’ll share my favorite dishware finds as of late.
Take a look at the selection, these pieces of ceramics are truly beautiful.
It was a great site on the Adriatic coast, overlooking at the sea.
He talked a lot about his dreams regarding his future home and then he said one thing that sounded kind of funny: ‘I want it to look like that villa from the ”Raffaello” commercial.’
So while browsing the other day, I saw this villa that immediately made me think of my friend. It is Sardinera House, designed by Ramon Esteve.
White and sleek, exuding elegance and hedonism.
This post is for you, M.