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A MODERN + ARTISANAL INSPIRED TABLETOP

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Just two short weeks ago I was asked to design a simple but refined tabletop for a 20-person dinner at a new private space in Seattle. Since launching The Emerald Studio last year, we’ve been hard at work with interior clients, but – other than events hosted in our own space – have yet to design […]

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  1. Design Chic

    Your client must have been thrilled. The table is stunning! Love the floral arrangements and the silverware, dinnerware and napkins are the perfect complement! Would love to be a guest at that table…

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SATURDAY SUPER CLUB // 7

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Some of you may remember a little over a year ago we started hosting a casual Supper Club in our studio with my friend and chef JJ Proville.  Well, I don’t know where the first four months of the year have gone, but life for both of us has been so busy that we hadn’t […]

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RECIPE :: BASIL RHUBARB FRENCH TOAST!

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Now that spring has sprung on both sides of the coast, what better way to celebrate its arrival than with a recipe celebrating its bounty? When Cassandra and I were discussing what sort of seasonal dish to cook up, the conversation quickly turned to rhubarb: spring’s produce darling. Nothing screams spring, warmth, and emerging sun to me […]

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COCKTAILS AT 6 :: THE TANGERINE SPRITZ

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Here’s an odd little fact: Tangerines are one of my most favorite fruits. I could eat them all day long – and yet – have I ever once thought about putting them in a cocktail? Nope. I usually reserve that for my friend, Grapefruit. (We’ll get to him later.) But today, my friends, I share with you […]

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RECIPE :: CUCUMBER MINT JULEP GRANITA

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There’s something about classic, American traditions that turn the imagination to thoughts of the South. Now that we’re in approaching the Kentucky Derby, the extravagant hats, the gatherings at Churchill Downs and derby pie all spark that southern allure. Of course, no celebration of the Derby is complete without a Mint Julep; so we knew that […]

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    1. Cassandra LaValle

      You mean the food? It’s just a couple of classics – a benedictine sandwich and some bourbon pecans! I mentioned them in the previous post, but we just found the recipes on pinterest!

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