01.29.18

HAND-DRAWN LOVE / 94

“a photograph from inspired this design.” –

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01.26.18

WEEKEND AT HOME / 97

last week i talked about pantry organization, and this week it’s all about the closet space! my closet is a permanent mess, so this week i wanted to get inspired to organize my clothes. a few of my favorite ways to organize the closet is by color and clothing type. for example, i separate tops from dresses/skirts, and then color coordinate both sections out by color (kind of like a rainbow) across my closet. if you’re anything like me you have way too many clothes to fit in your closet. i try to donate or sell clothes a few times a year to clear out space for new items. another solution is to add a storage rack outside of your closet. i’m really loving the idea of putting a few really special items on a gorgeous storage rack outside of the closet. something handy to grab, and also add some beauty to the outside of your closet. –

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01.25.18

DRESS YOUR TECH / 219

made these cool embroidered paintings for us this week! she mixes watercolor, acrylic, and embroidery together to make this pretty abstract art. how cute are these shapes? we’re loving her color palette, it’s so bright and cheerful. you can shop her art over , and click through below to download these wallpapers for your desktop.

     

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01.24.18

STYLED / SNOW

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i grew up in michigan so i know how long and brutal winter can be but, for the last month or so i’ve been really wanting to be in the snow. i love the california sunshine but i’m looking for a little break in the seasons and a chance to really appreciate the warmth of a fire, the need for layers and a nice blanket of white snow covering everything. my family is going to be in telluride next week and i’m seriously contemplating jumping on a plane for 72 hours to get my fill. here are some cold weather worthy things i’d pack…

 

 

 $248 – a pretty pop of blue to brighten up a grey day!

 $298 – i have the travel sized version of this scarf and i love it. so soft and warm!

$28 – a nice oversized beanie that will be sure to cover your ears!

 $175 – a playful sweater that is warm but stylish.

 $68 – for the house and walks down to the hot tub!

 $12.50 – i love their camp socks, i own four pairs and they are thick enough to keep your feet warm around the house.

$130 – cute and practical!

 $50 – i have a patagonia down for when it’s really cold but this is a fun playful option for less blustery days.

$100  – a fun half zip in a very ski resort friendly print!

 

01.23.18

POTATO SKINS ON GAME DAY

potato skins | designlovefest
potato skins | designlovefest

can i get a show of hands for all of us who grew up ordering potato skins at TGI Friday’s?! they were one of my favorite foods growing up and i haven’t had them in 10+ years so it felt good to revisit them with this simple recipe that’s perfect for any upcoming Super Bowl parties you might be hosting. i think most potato skins are fried but the method of baking and then broiling on each side works great and leaves them crispy but not over done. i think you could play around with different toppings but i personally think the classic version is best. enjoy! – joanie

potato skins | designlovefest

Potato Skins
serves 6

• 6 russet potatoes
• olive oil
• sour cream
• shredded cheddar cheese
• 6 strips of bacon
• chives

potato skins | designlovefest
 
potato skins | designlovefest
potato skins | designlovefest
potato skins | designlovefest

• preheat your oven to 425, wash the potatoes, pat dry, poke with a fork a few times and brush with olive oil and a sprinkle of salt. place them in the oven to cook for 60-75 minutes until very tender when poked with a fork.

• while the potatoes cook fry the bacon until crispy and set aside. once cooked, chop into small pieces

• once the potatoes are done, let them cool slightly and then cut them in half lengthwise and scoop out the center. you don’t want to scoop out all the potato as it will make it too flimsy to fill and you also want a nice layer of potato for serving.

• turn the broiler on, and flip the potato skins face down on a cooking sheet, brush with olive oil and sprinkle with salt, place in broiler for 3-4 minutes until slightly toasted. flip over, sprinkle generously with grated cheese and put them back in until cheese is hot and bubbling. remove from oven.

• fill them with bacon bits, sour cream and top with chives. serve ’em hot and with a side of frank’s hot sauce!

potato skins | designlovefest
potato skins | designlovefest
potato skins | designlovefest
potato skins | designlovefest

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styling by: joanie cusack + ivan solis

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