Friday, February 12, 2010
Just wanted to share my last work in SF.
I'll post more pictures of the actual arrangement installed but I am so proud of it that I just had to share. I also feel a bit sad that I will have t put this on hold for a few months while taking care of new home, new baby and new life in WNY.
Posted by Carla Costamagna at 9:30 AM
Wednesday, February 3, 2010
I recently stumbled upon this website in mt endless search for whimsy, shabby chic decor and goodies. Crown and Crumpet Tea Room It's here is San Francisco!
I am kicking myself for not having discovered it earlier. I've lived in S.F. for 3 years now and a week before my departure I finally found this little gem of a place. It's in a very touristy part of town which I normally don't spend time in, but I still wish I had come across it sooner. Well, now all I can do is make my way over there at least twice before I leave.
I am so excited to sit there, sip tea, eat scones and take in all the inspiring decor around me. It will be a perfect way to prepare my mind for the nursery decor.
Posted by Carla Costamagna at 4:11 PM
It's been a few months since my last post. Mostly because of 2 important things that happened in my life: 1. I'm having a baby girl in may! 2. I'm moving to Western New York to be closer to family. It's going to be very hard to leave my beloved San Francisco, but I am also looking forward to starting a new life in the quaint and charming town of East Aurora, NY (25 miles south of Buffalo). It's home of the famous Roycroft Campus as well as many great little shops, cafes and beautiful tree lines streets with charming homes. Since my life has revolved around preparing for the new arrival of our beloved Emma, I will start posting about the preparations for the nursey, as well as my ideas to decorate our new apartment in town. I've also started to sew more and more since I have not been working as much in Events, due to the move and growing belly. So here is my first "baby girl/ new home/ new life craze" post and hopefully it will be the first of many.
Posted by Carla Costamagna at 3:28 PM