Spring is a season of change. This isn't profound, I know. I think many of us feel this way. I'm certainly more aware of time passing as the days get longer and the sun appears more often. This spring also marks two years of blogging for me. So, with the change in seasons and anniversary, I've updated the blog with a new format and lighter colors. I hope you like the changes.
When I started blogging, my focus was strictly interior design. Sometimes, it's been difficult to articulate exactly why I've liked a certain room or a certain style. But the more I've seen, the more I've learned. And what holds true is that I've never been interested in trends or fads. Sure, it happened once in the 80s when I impulsively had my hair cut short during the Princess Diana fervor and a semester in London (somehow I'd avoided the 70s Dorothy Hamill haircut, so it was bound to happen). Never again.
You may notice a change in post topics. Jewelry, clothing and other things may find a place here along with interiors. But I will stay true to my appreciation for all that is classic, well made and beautiful. Even if it's slightly frivolous or unaffordable once in awhile. Just for fun. The economy may still be broken, but my search engine is going strong.