This morning I attended a local potter’s market hosted by the studio where I’m enrolled in classes. It was so festive and very inspiring to see table after table of creations of local ceramicists on display. Everyone has a different style and presented both functional and decorative objects. I’m so happy to have discovered this local community of creatives and I’m looking forward to continuing my education alongside these skilled artisans. Perhaps a next year’s event I’ll have pieces to sell too!
Today I’m finishing up the holiday decorations in our living room here in California. My daughter comes home at the end of the week so it will be all ready for her after her cross country journey. I’m really looking forward to spending some time with her over the Christmas break.
Favorite links from the week:
Darker stained wood and traditional furnishings are making a comeback as seen in this home.
Simplicity, high contrast, and an abundance of green plants on display in this Gold Coast abode.
Really loving this pinky beige color palette right now.
Another kitchen with sage green cabinets to love.
Stunning: the stone walls in this kitchen and living room.
Slow living tips for the holiday season.
Japanese furoshiki gift wrapping ideas.
The illustrated history of the iPod. I still have my Mini from 2004, which version did you own?
Have you ever wanted to sleep in a cave? This vacation rental is your chance.
Inspiring: men openly discussing the topic of mental health.