August 28, 2012
The Greeks have long been known for their orders of architecture in their building columns known as Doric, Ionic and Corinthian, their pottery vases and their many types of ornamentatal motifs. The geometrical motif known as the fret or meander commonly referred to as the Greek key pattern is attributed to the Greeks. They borrowed designs from nature in their honeysuckle and antefix motifs. Among their long lasting contributions are their vases which were ornamental and used in various functions of daily life. Their furniture was decorated with ornamental motifs and the chairs had back rails curved in a concave…READ MORE
August 27, 2012
Oliohop provides valuable tips and decorating information through the eyes of interior designers/bloggers. There are 11 Oliohop bloggers participating in this blogging forum. Please be sure to visit their blogs which are listed at the end of this post to see what they have to say about Dorm Decor too.
Living in a Dorm by – Charisse Marie Colbert
You might live on the top floor at the end of the hall
You might have a…
August 26, 2012
Stay tuned blog broadcast tomorrow morning August 27 on #DormDecor for #Oliohop through Olioboard 11 bloggers…READ MORE
August 10, 2012
This is my entry in the Lamps Plus Living Room Competition.
These are the Lamps Plus products used in this design with links to the Lamps Plus site to purchase the items.…READ MORE
August 8, 2012
My family had a vegetarian restaurant in the 1970s appropriately called Leafeaters across the street from Beefeaters. One of my favorite memories from then was cooking with my sister and listening to Judy Collins sing Cook with Honey from her True Stories and Other Dreams album.
We served ice cream made with honey by the Golden Temple. I think we ate up all the profits with our consumption of the milk shakes and ice cream sundaes.
Here is a copy of the menu from our place.
While dreaming of cooking with honey, I created a rustic farmhouse kitchen. Be…