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    Kitchen Envy!

     Interior Design: Kimberly Colletti, Treken Interiors | Cabinetry: Kevin Mooney, Woodcrest


    Cabinetry: Julian's Fine Cabinetry

    Photography: Michael Baxter


    Fire it up!

    As the temps climb, most people spend more time in the great outdoors.  All the more reason to make your outdoor living space a cool hang out for those warm summer nights for 2 or 222! Cheers!


    Builder: M.S. Dudley Construction | Featured in Hearth and Home

    Builder: Mountain Shadow Custom Homes

     Private Residence on Lake Travis (Austin, TX) | Featured in Prime Living

     Architect: 180 Degrees | Featured in Desert Living

     Photography: Michael Baxter








    Baccarat...not your Grandmother's chandelier

    In 2001 Levi Strauss & Co. manages to score a pair of their very own jeans(the oldest known pair) on Ebay for over $46,000.  Where are my Levis!!

    Its hard to imagine that a fabric developed and used to make pants for sailors and mine workers has climbed its way to star studded status.  Denim has a rich history and has probably undergone more metamorphosis in status than any other fabric. From the leader in work pants in the Western states in the 1920' an act of rebellion and free-thinking in the 1950' the age of respect in the 1970's where jeans became commonplace and the first pair of "designer jeans" was developed by Calvin Klein.



    And now denim has made its way onto another luxurious body...the Zenith Collection by Philippe Starck  for Baccarat.  Stunning!  The price on this pretty puppy...about $10,000 less than what Levi spent on those vintage Levi Jeans! Not your Grandmother's chandelier.




    And the Oscar goes to....

    Honeysuckle!!! Pantone's color of the year! Pantone says its a brave new color for a brave new world... click here to read the article.





    America Loves the Woody!

    All Hail the Woody! Tailgating just got a makeover and its amazing! Click here to read the entire post from Brad Ford at  Photos by Rick Lew