Check out this awesome Thursday post from Design Sponge on vegan taxidermy.
I never really got into the whole faux animal head on your wall trend. I think it looks cool but it’s not my style. This, though–this might be my style.
Recently we took a break from the to-do lists and set out to a state park. I love being in the woods. It’s my happy place. I always feel such connection there. To nature, to Spirit, to my boys.
We hiked about three miles and were treated to a light summer shower. We inspected feathers and insects and stood looking out over a calm lake just drinking in the view.
I was just about to post this with a pic of our budding photographer but he respectfully decline to have his handsome face plastered across the interwebs.
That’s cool. Just thought I’d share this breath of fresh air with you.
I received my Bachelor of Design at OCAD and have since become LEED accredited. I’m currently working on my NCIDQ (my official license. In Ontario you need your NCIDQ in order to legally call yourself an Interior Designer).
I’ve been blogging for a little over two years. My love for blogging is two-fold. I adore the creative freedom it allows me and the community that it provides. I have met so many amazing like-minded people through my blog. It’s been a wonderful outlet in every way!
Lark & Linen showcases anything and everything that strikes my fancy. From food to interiors to bits and pieces of my own world, it’s become my little inspirational corner.
I like to refer to my aesthetic as simple, uncomplicated, liveable, useable design. I am constantly drawn to places and things that, while stunning to look at, also beg to be touched, played with and loved. My biggest pet peeve is things that are over-designed. Nobody wants to feel as if they’re living in a museum.
My no-knead rustic bread is my very favourite recipe. It consists of four ingredients that literally take moments to toss together in the evening. The next morning you plop the thing in the oven, and play the waiting game while it does it’s thing. You’re left with insanely delicious rustic bread that just can’t be beat.
Nature, my mom and my friends (I have some pretty wicked people in my life)
Travel is absolutely number one for me. Not a day goes by where I don’t wish I was out exploring some tiny town or some rolling countryside. Other than that, I am a huge fan of yoga, brunching (that’s a hobby, yes?) and I’ve recently started getting back into painting (a leisurely activity that was lost once I attended art school and it became homework).