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SETTING THE TABLE :: A MOROCCAN BRUNCH FOR EASTER

If there’s one thing ya’ll should know about me by now when it comes to my tabletops, it’s that we rarely do anything too conventional around here. Last year, we whipped up a fantastic Mexican menu for Valentine’s Day. This year? I was inspired by one of my favorite Moroccan dishes and some beautiful linens […]

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  1. Amanda

    I am loving the little succulent egg place cards! So creative, as always!! I am also a huge fan of Moroccan food, I can’t wait to see the recipe. Bravo :)

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  2. Courtney

    This Easter tabletop pulled a few heartstrings for me and really brought me back to Easter dinners (that would happen at 2pm in my family) at my Polish grandmother’s house. She had a blue tablecloth much like that and would set the table in her beautifully patterned flatware. It was simple, cozy yet so thoughtfully put together. I love what you did here and thanks for invoking some warm memories for me.

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  3. Shell

    I am seriously hearing this table arrangement. Blue and yellow so fab together and those little wooden placeholders are divine. Happy Easter Wishes – Shell , A Darlings Nest

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SAVOIR FARE :: Poached Cod with Nettle-Mussel Broth

It’s been a while since we’ve had a recipe on coco+kelley from my friend and chef JJ Proville, but today, not only do we have a gorgeous spring dish for you to try out, but we’re announcing the first of many seasonal dinners in Seattle to take place at my studio! For more info on that, […]

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SLIDE ON IN :: THE SPRING SANDAL TREND

This weekend over drinks, my girlfriends and I had a very deep conversation that stemmed from the irony of us having fought so hard for years to rid Seattle of its Birkenstock hippie stigma, only have the sandals make their inevitable (?) return to fashion this year. (Insert eye-roll here.)  The discussion quickly turned to the similar […]

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  1. Emily St. John

    Aaaah I can’t deal! I really never liked those shoes…they just remind me of my high school boyfriend after basketball practice (which is an entirely appropriate time to wear them). But with those gorgeous outfits? seriously? Nooo. Haha I do however like the leather ones you liked too, but that’s about as far as I can imagine going! So funny to see this trend :)

    Emily St. John
    msmelange.com

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  2. Barchbo

    I’ve been wearing soccer slides post-work for over 25 years. While incredibly comfortable, I won’t be sporting them anywhere except the gym.

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  3. Anja Skrba

    This is like THE MAIN SUBJECT in fashion world these days – should we wear them with sock or without them? Some fasionistas agree with socks & high heels too.
    I have to tweet this, I’m dying to know what others think :)

    xoxo
    Anja

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VITAMIN C {WONDER} :: A CITRUS INSPIRED TABLETOP

coco+kelley for c. wonder // citrus inspired tabletop

Lately, I’ve been so inspired by the contrast of bright citrus colors against a backdrop of dramatic black – the pair seem like a perfect way to welcome in this slow-coming spring, don’t you think? So I teamed up with C. Wonder to create a tabletop that beckons diners to a brunch that’s sure to welcome […]

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  1. franki

    BRILLIANT!! (Even if I do say so myself…I do the “fabric” tablecovering thing ALL the time!”) :) franki

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COOKING FOR A CROWD :: TURKEY MEATBALL & CABBAGE SOUP

turkey meatball and cabbage soup // amy pennington for coco+kelley

With spring around the corner, and all the indulgent holidays behind us, it’s time to get serious about your health and wellness for 2014. Many of my friends have been dedicated to a juice cleanse, and a lot of you are clean eating, so this week’s Cooking for a Crowd is for you! This is […]

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  1. Hannah

    Currently have all the ingredients in my shopping bags and running home to cook this.. I can’t wait it looks absolutely delicious! Perfect light spring comfort food :) thanks for sharing.. Wish me luck!

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