|via T Magazine|
This beautiful house was featured in the NYTimes magazine (with slideshow). And there is a book on it.
Do I read the NYTimes magazine weekly? No--only in my fantasy life. But luckily Mrs. Blandings is posting regularly again. She is a delightful writer, and much more gifted at brevity than I am. Her other good tip was Farrow & Ball's new papers. Aweseomesauce. I did bother to check once, and they are PAINFULLY expensive.
|photo from Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles|
|Miles Redd's oft featured LR, via|
This may have more significance to lawyers, but I thoroughly enjoyed this tour through Baker & McKenzie's Paris office.
I'll admit, it looks way cooler than my firm's office.
Super cute Valentine card round-up over at the English Room.
My friend Sarah is pretty type-A, and always made custom calendars, timesheets, etc. when we worked together. And since we were discussing planners on Monday, she was nice enough to send over her current daily agenda, which you can see here as a comparison point (click the "DailyAgenda 2014"). That is pretty tight formatting on a whole lotta content (ps--the little numbers in the middle are tracking weight watcher points). And she did send a warning--she and I are both of the Pulp Fiction generation, so there is a targeted use of profanity. I may soon adopt the checklist groceries...makes it a much easier task to delegate :)
Uhh...did you know you can make cinnamon rolls out of cake mix? Red Velvet? Funfetti? Bring on the trans fats.
|Red Velvet Cinnamon Roll via|
Finally, I've got two "movies" for you: An an animated gif on 100 years of Noxema packaging with the Washington Post. And, Dove is at it again, making us all weepy about beauty and our self-image issues with their sponsored short, Selfie; I agree with The Gloss's review that it is a little contrived, but not entirely without merit. But its "viral", so you should watch it lest the zeitgeist pass you by...and it was at Sundance. At worst, it is 8 minutes of being really glad you aren't in middle school anymore.