Top of Your Queue: A Movie Review

My Architect is not a recently-released documentary (2003); however, I just saw it for the first time and feel compelled to share it with you. It's that good.

The film focuses on the architecture of Louis Kahn, who is probably best known for designing the Kimbell Museum in Ft. Worth or the Salk Institute in La Jolla. However, the documentary is far from a dry catalog of his life and work. At times hysterical and at others quite tender, the documentary ranks among the best I've ever had the pleasure of viewing.

Clam Bake

For dinner, I would like this: and I will be wearing this little Doris Day ensemb: and my view will be this: or this: and for dessert this:Can you feel it in the air?
It's almost summer.

Let's dream of a summer seafood feast.

Images borrowed from GabrielaHermanPhotography, TheStylist, Martha'sVineyard, Destination360 & ShallowThinker.

Words to Live by

Image borrowed from here.

Closet Envy

Someday, maybe just someday, I will have a wonderfully gorgeous, organized closet. I'm talking matching wooden hangers, neatly folded stacks of cashmere cardigans in Skittle colors, Louboutins standing in tidy rows---a closet that would make Rachel Zoe go bananas or Jenna Lyon gasp.

Currently, my closet looks like the museum of Hawaiian shirts (thanks to my hubby's "collection") with bony plastic and wire hangers poking out from every angle. Bleck.

In the meantime, a girl can dream:
Images borrowed from Domino, ReliableRemodeler, Valencich, HouseBeautiful, LifeInAVentiCup, ArchitecturalDigest, JennaLyon & RachelZoe.
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