Do you have set criteria for the mugs you use? Do they all match? Or are they random? Does size matter? Colour? Shape? My mugs have one thing in common – they’re white (or mostly white). Surprised?
white and black J mug from Anthropologie
white and black J mug from Chapters Indigo (thanks Shannon!)
white mug from GlucksteinHome (thanks GH Team!)
black and white mug from Gstaad (featuring a scherenschnitte design)
black and white mug from Beauty’s in Montreal
I hope you all enjoy a cup of coffee (or tea!) in the summer sunshine this weekend. Enjoy!
Note: You can see I’ve been enjoying many meals and tea breaks on my balcony except for one day when it was raining.
Photos by me.
Okay. Does anyone else go into Anthropologie, browse through all the knobs, fall in love with half of them, want to buy a bunch, then wonder what the heck to use them for, and walk out of the store empty handed? This is what happens to me. Every. Single. Time.
deco block knob, $10
squirrel knob, $10
linen flower knob, $12
The knobs are so pretty but I really have no use for them. Do you?
Images via Anthropologie.
If you’re anything like me, then you appreciate a beautiful table setting. I generally prefer tablecloths but I do like placemats for less formal gatherings. This one from Anthropologie is so pretty, don’t you think?
Cyme placemat, $14, Anthropologie
p.s. I also think it would look great framed. Have you ever framed linens or a piece of fabric?
My collection of gorgeous white vessels has grown in the last couple of months thanks to the generosity of some of my dear friends.
fruit basket, Anthropologie (Thanks Johanne!)
Bjorn Wiinblad for Rosenthal dish (Thanks Troy!)
C. Wonder ring bowl (gift to myself)
Sophie Conran large mixing bowl (Thanks Mom & Dad!)
Photos by Jordana.
First, let me take the time to wish you all a happy new year! I hope you celebrated the new year in style! As for me, well, I celebrated the arrival of 2012 in NYC! I know some of you might be expecting me to tell you about a wild night I had in the city but my New Year’s Eve was quite low-key. After my sister and I fed and bathed my cute little nephews and put them to bed, we changed into pjs, watched a movie, and listened to the party goers outside making their way to Times Square. We watched a bit of the Times Square coverage on tv which was bizarre (because it was only a few blocks from where we were) and at midnight I opened the window and listened to the sounds of people’s noise makers and cheers down on the street below. It was a great evening and I felt happy and lucky to have spent it in NYC with my family. I hope your night was just as you had wanted it to be.
As you may have noticed, I have been away from the blog for a few days – what with the holidays and travel and all that, I haven’t really had much of a chance to blog. Things will get back to normal soon, I promise. For now, I am happy to share with you some images of the things I’ve seen so far in New York City.
stunning works of art at Bergdorf Goodman
gorgeous dresses at Bergdorf Goodman
Swarovski star at Rockefeller Center
cool lighting display at Anthropologie
So – there you have it – a glimpse into my current adventures in NYC. I look forward to sharing more photos soon.
Before I sign off for a few more days, let me thank you once again for joining the White Cabana team on our daily exploration of white. We hope we can continue to inspire you in 2012!
Photos by Jordana.
Bring a bit of exotic flair to your bedroom, bathroom or hallway with Anthropologie’s elephant hook.
elephant hook, $20, Anthropolgie