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Floral Portraits + Best of the Web

by Grace Bonney

All week I’ve been watching the last leaves fall in our yard. We had our first 20 degree morning and frost has set in, so I’ve been desperately seeking alternate sources of bright color and happiness online. Thankfully I stumbled onto the feed of Jeannie Huang, who has been part of an amazing team of creatives making beautiful images combining portraiture and flowers. Along with photographers Kathy, Ingmar Chen, and Tracy, stylist Yui Yoshida, Kathy Kho and models Roché and Lucy, Jeannie has been sharing incredible images that celebrate rich, vivid colors and help instantly banish those early winter blues. To check out more from this amazing collaboration series, visit Jeannie’s Instagram feed right here. Until Monday, here’s wishing you all a safe and happy weekend. Scroll down to see our favorite articles from around the web this week. xo, Grace


DIY Josef Frank Inspired Menorah by David Stark

I love the easy, laid-back-modern vibes of this Hudson Valley home makeover.

Grace D. Chin writes amazing essays and makes floral wreaths with inspiring messages. This one really got me this week.


A Complete Transformation in a Century-Old Home in Milwaukee, WI

Yet another reason I want to visit Australia one day. This Hardwood Home project at Design Files is incredible.


Peeking inside New Orleans’ The Drifter Hotel.

I love seeing all the ways people combine food, activism and community support. This new cookbook featuring a diverse collection of recipes and stories brought to Australia by people seeking asylum is amazing.

This laser-cut floral cutting board from AHeirloom is so cute.


Gift Ideas: Ways Kids Can Give Back, Gifts for Babies, Toddlers, and Kids, Charities and Causes, DIY Gift Ideas, Gifts for Foodies and the Kitchen, Subscriptions and Audio Gifts.


A Bohemian Family Home Focused on Holistic Living

Just about evvvvery part of this country barn home tour is perfect.

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