Good Morning! I hope you all are having a great weekend. We are enjoying our time at the lake. You know the drill if you are a regular here. Every Sunday Annie, Mary Ann and I share five things that caught our eye this week. Welcome to my Sunday Fab Five-Beth Webb and more
One Bray’s Island Beauty from Beth Webb
If you have read this blog for long you know that I am a huge fan of Beth Webb’s designs. This gorgeous home was recently featured in Veranda. You can read about this tiny house that is big on style in Veranda here. You can also see more of it in Beth’s portfolio here
Two-The Fascinating Life of Ruth Bader Ginsberg
Regardless of your political leanings, I think you will enjoy this article on the fascinating life of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg
This wonderful folk portrait is by Joan Baez. It is available for purchase here
This is a good time to pick up anything you have your eye on for fall. I am not normally a big Camo fan but this sweater caught my eye. My office is on the Northside of the house and gets a little chilly once fall hits.
I bought a similar turtleneck from Anthro last year and love it. This beauty comes in five colors including black
Four-Timeless Kitchen Remodel from Carla Aston
When I spotted this kitchen remodel on Carla’s blog here. I knew I wanted to share it with you. For those of you who don’t follow Carla, she is a designer in Woodlands, Texas. She shares her projects and design tips on her blog. You might want to grab a cup of coffee and check out her blog.
Five-Spinach Salad with Feta, Apples and Walnuts from Kitchn
One of my favorite fall salads is a variation of this with romaine and bleu cheese. I like the healthier option of Spinach and Feta from the Kitchn. We have tons of apples from our trees right now, so I am always looking for salads that can include apples. Do you have any to share? You can find the Spinach, Feta, Apple and Walnut recipe here
This week you are getting six for the price of five since I added the article on Ruth Ginsberg. I have been meaning to devote an entire post to fashion designer Linda Allard’s beautiful gardens designed by her brother. Her garden was featured in its infancy in one of my garden books. I really enjoyed seeing it in maturity. Her kitchen garden is one of the prettiest I have ever seen. Her entire garden (it is massive) is featured in Cottages and Gardens here. Pre-covid the Garden Conservancy had open days where you could view the garden here
I hope You enjoyed my Sunday Fab Five-Beth Webb and more. Have a great Sunday! Grab a cup of coffee and pop over and visit Annie and Mary Ann for their five favorites.