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APRIL MOODBOARD // WHEN LIFE GIVES YOU LEMONS

the coco kelley april moodboard

When it comes to my actual mood at the moment, April has had me allllll over the place. I don’t need to tell you that on the surface life can look really dandy, but behind the scenes can be a whole other story. Most of you know that we’re on our way to a kitchen remodel starting […]

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  1. Julie

    Congrats on all the exciting adventures ahead, but I totally get you – they are adventures that will have serious ups with some downs along the way. My organizational life changed seriously when I bought my first Day Designer last year.

    Hopefully without sounding narcissistic, here’s a post I wrote about my love for it, along with my top organization tips: http://www.julesdutravail.com/blog/2015/11/28/the-organization-techniques-that-changed-my-life?rq=organization.

    And PS – Moleskin has a Wedding Journal that makes that organization so much more pleasant and creative! :-)

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  2. jo Pearson

    I adore how the dated “non design” chair, a la Frasier, gives the beautiful sitting room both

    humour & comfort & prevents the design elements from becoming pretentious. This is one

    is going straight on my pinterest board !

    Thanks Cassandra.

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RECIPE :: RHUBARB ORANGE AND THYME CROSTINI

rhubarb orange and thyme crostini recipe | paola thomas for coco kelley

Rhubarb is always a spring and summer favorite for desserts and drinks, but did you know you can also use rhubarb in savory dishes? I married the sharp crunch of raw rhubarb with the sweetness of orange juice and honey and then used it as a topping for smooth and salty goat’s cheese. The result […]

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A SPRING COCKTAIL :: THE GREEN ROSE G&T

cocktail recipe - the green rose gin and tonic | coco kelley

So, it’s Thursday afternoon, and I’m pretty much already counting down to the weekend, which means it’s time to start thinking about cocktails!  If you were intrigued by the flavor profile in the pistachio cake we posted yesterday, then here’s a complimentary one for you – we’re calling it The Green Rose… The Green Rose G&T // […]

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RECIPE :: PISTACHIO CAKE WITH CARDAMOM AND LIME

a delicous recipe for pistachio, cardamom and lime cake - the perfect spring dessert! | via coco kelley

Yesterday I promised you the recipe for this perfect pistachio cake with cardamom and lime from our Easter tabletop, and here it is! I happen to think the flavors are ideal for entertaining as it’s not too sweet and sure to please any palate! (Don’t tell, but I was totally eating this for breakfast for days after, […]

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A FRESH EASTER TABLETOP WITH A MARBLE + TRELLIS MOTIF

a fresh and modern easter tabletop setting from coco kelley

If there’s one thing an Easter tabletop should be, it’s light, and full of flowers. For us Easter is really a celebration of spring, and for that reason, this fresh tabletop works perfectly with its mix of a traditional trellis pattern with modern marble, accented by those fresh white hyacinths that we showed you how to […]

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  1. Lisa Rexington

    Your plating is seriously goals, the style of it all fits my taste of style perfectly. I would love to have you style my future dining room.

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  3. barbara meyers

    You can’t go wrong with marble- A lovely table set up for sure
    I like your comment about not making it too literal….like beach houses are always too literal with shells. My guess is that folks in Paris don’t have Eiffel Towers on their coffee table.

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  4. Taste of France

    Very pretty! I like a tablecloth, though, for dinner parties because it absorbs some of the sound. At multiple-Michelin-starred restaurants, they even put a pad under the tablecloth, to further hush the clinking and clanking.

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