CTL Weekly 03.29

Happy Friday, friend. I hope your week was a good one. Here’s a little of what’s been on my mind…

Source Unknown

Tom moved offices last week and I’ve been slowly making over mine at home, so I sat up and took note when I saw this picture on Pinterest. There was no source attached so I turned to Google image search hoping I could find out who it belonged to, and it turns out it’s the office of Town & Country Magazine editor Stellene Volandes. The pictures are from her office makeover from a few years back.

So pretty, right? Here are more pictures from that article plus one more I was able to find.

On My Radar

Artist and designer Josh Young has a book coming out in September and it became available for pre-order this week. This is going to be a stunning book, with photos of his art, as well as his D.C. townhouse and Virginia country house. I’ve never been so eager to pre-order a book.

This came as a surprise! Former Nell Hills owner Mary Carol Garrity is opening a 400 ft. micro shop inside Gillham House Antiques in Kansas City.

What I’m Loving

The photos that accompany this story about food writer Juana Pepa’s London townhouse are lovely.

The kind of coffee table books I’m buying.

More to Explore

Have you seen the video of figure skater Ilia Malinin’s history-making free skate in the World Championship (which he won)? He hit six quadruple jumps – one of which had never been landed in competition before – while skating to the theme of Succession. I’ve watched it at least five times. Amazing.

This Creamy Boursin Chicken recipe looks delicious (and simple).

A floating home in Sausalito.

The 100 most powerful and poignant closing lines from literature. That first one is hard to beat, to be honest.

Happy Easter to you if you’re celebrating this weekend. And thanks so much for being a reader. I’m happy to have you here.

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