live: Paper Flower Wall

If I could afford a flower arrangement curated by the one and only Taylor Tomasi Hill, I would buy a bouquet everyday. Alas, I am poor so I have to settle for a cheaper alternative: paper flowers. I am constantly in awe of art that uses paper in unexpected ways. From origami to a freakin’ … Continue reading

drink: Elderflower Lemonade

When I was shopping at my local Whole Foods Market the other day,a bottle of Belvoir Elderflower Lemonade caught my eye. The vase-like bottle shape, the vintage, romantic label, and the idea of a flower-based lemonade was something I could not ignore, so I bought a bottle and I had no regrets. The extremely light … Continue reading

live: Spring Gardening Ideas

April showers bring May flowers. It is safe to say that spring is officially here, and if you delayed on planting seasonal flowers in fear of a freak winter storm, there is no need to delay any further: it looks like you’re in the clear. Some of my favorite flowers are in bloom during this … Continue reading

A Year in Review – Decor

Home is where the heart is. It’s a place where I spend A LOT of time writing this blog, binge watching Netflix Original series, and sleeping among other things. I’ve always enjoyed  looking at pictures of interior spaces and I try to find the most inspirational spaces and designs. Here are some of my favorite … Continue reading

live: A Peony for Your Thoughts

I’m a sucker for a good floral arrangement. I will admit I don’t know much about flowers, I can say that I have become a recent fan of the peony. What I love about that particular flower is that it’s a hefty flower in size with multiple layers of petals, it comes in soft romantic … Continue reading

live: Greenery in the House

If I keep saying spring is around the corner, maybe it will come, but according to the calender and not the weather, it is around the corner, which means the grass will grow greener and the flowers will bloom. To liven up the home during the season, a great idea would be to bring in … Continue reading

Drink: Rose Water Granita

The concept of rose water fascinates me. Something about drinking  crushed flower petals entices me and freaks me out at the same time.From what I have heard, not only does rose water smell good (obviously), but it tastes good and has amazing health benefits. I’m always up for trying new things, but I like to ease my way into … Continue reading

Explore: Wisteria Tunnel, Japan

In Washington, D.C., during the spring time, the cherry blossoms begin to bloom, and people come from all over to celebrate the nation’s unofficial symbol of the start of spring. Asia’s way to welcome spring is through wisteria festivals and one of the most photographic ones is pictured above. This beautiful, ethereal flower walkway is the Wisteria … Continue reading

Drink: Lavender Lemonade

I have always been fascinated with fruit and plant/flower drink combinations: strawberry and basil, lime and mint. The last plant I expected to be a part of this craze was lavender. Sure, the light purple colored flower has a pleasant smell and has an aesthetically pleasing color, but would it taste good? Turns out lavender … Continue reading


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