sometimes i spend entire days at work looking at images like these. mostly this is great. sometimes it just fuels my wanderlust to the point where i could burst.
click photos for sources.
planning to make this to serve with a fresh tomato salad, crusty bread and a few wedges of cheese for brunch with friends tomorrow.
for the few days we were at home taking in evacuees from surrounding suburbs the sun was shining and the atmosphere was more like a big sleepover party than a natural disaster. and judging from the lines at the local drive through, we weren’t alone!
when it’s grey and gloomy outside, i crave a cozy, comforting space like this one. soft, dim lights, white walls displaying knicks and knacks, places to curl up and read a book or be creative… plus a well-stocked bar.
visit sandra juto’s flickr to see more.
currently obsessed with this one-bedroom apartment filled with vintage trinkets, mid-century furniture and old records, all swathed in glorious scandinavian light!
gardening inventor michael riley has figured out a way to grow a wall of plants inside his apartment in new york city. it took a few expeditions to south america, more than a decade and a half of research, and a whole lotta cork. his system doesn’t require any dirt as the plants survive on water and fertiliser alone. i think it’s marvellous!
via the ny times.