Today is the greatest feast day on the calendar (The "-mas" in Christmas literally means feast in Latin). The day which conveys, above all other days, the spirit of generosity and fellow-feeling. So it seems fitting to share a few images from a dinner which took place on December 14th at Flatrocks Gallery which took … Continue reading Feast!
My nephew Andrew just married a girl named Elizabeth, who grew up a couple of cornfields away from him in Ohio. They've known each other their whole lives, but it took a change of scenery a few years ago -- a college trip to Europe with fellow students -- for them to really see each … Continue reading Handmade Wedding
In a recent post I mentioned a small project that I made a Pinterest board for, which I filled with images of handmade clay ornaments and paper decorations, vintage photos of winter sports and a technique for making clear glass as shiny and silver as mercury glass. The project was completed last weekend as part … Continue reading Projects: Holiday Decorating the Natural Way
For the most recent Stylebook, I thought it would be a good idea to feature my own home and my use of vintage pieces -- items found in The Roving Home's store and some from my own stash. While it feels strange to highlight my own living space before it reaches its more idealized version, … Continue reading Interiors: Our House
Find of the Week: the Roku & its Little Friend The Roku is a brilliant little device, just about the size of a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, that allows you to stream data directly through your TV. We just bought a Roku this week and can now watch what seems like a million shows … Continue reading Weekly Wrap-up: Clicking Made Simple, DIY Chinoiserie & that Crazy Internet