MEDIA buzz, REVIEWS | June 30, 2007

Being in the spotlights two days in a row

It started with a wonderful review published in studio wellspring blog. This is the blog of a San Francisco-based interior design.

Studio wellspring is a place where this blogger shares the menagerie of inspiration she discovers along the way. She has a good eye. Take a look at the beautiful coffee and tea serving set that she shown us on her Robin’s Egg Bliss post. This is what I call entertaining in style.

Then, I got the honor to be on the Apartment Therapy – Los Angeles edition (AT:LA). I made it to this week Slinks with my post about Small Space Outdoor Entertaining. I wrote this last May.

Wow! I have been a fan of Apartment Therapy since I started reading blogs. I am sending my thanks to Gregory from AT:Los Angeles.

For the ones that do not know what slinks means:

n. (slingks) Surreptitious web links to other good sites.

July 2nd, 2007 Update:

In fact, it was almost three days in a row since yesterday on their Happy Canada Day post, Mom2Mom Lounge referred their readers to my Canada Day menu ideas.

+ how to host stylish parties, + more published on studio wellspring blog
+ June 29, 2007 Slinks published on Apartment Therapy:Los Angeles
+ Happy Canada Day! published on Mom2Mom Lounge

5 Responses to “Being in the spotlights two days in a row”

  1. Congratulations! And thanks for the explanation, I had no idea what slinks was, but now i Konow! :-)

  2. Congrats, you deserve it. Your blog is great.

  3. 3 At Home with kim vallee said:

    Julie at BV: Congrats on you too for your glam umbrella feature in the Slinksn of AT:Chicago

    Thanks to both on you.

  4. Congrats! Your blog is fabulous, I hope our readers enjoy it.

  5. 5 Monica Bachelder said:

    Hi,

    I saw the Robin’s Egg blue tea and coffee set on this blog and was wondering if you could tell me the maker/factory and country.

    My parents and my grandmother used to work in a porcelain factory in Rehau, Germany years ago. I know the specific shapes of much of what was made there.(I have huge vases with lids from there as well as coffee sets.)
    The blue tea set looks like it was made in Rehau and the name on the bottom might be Jacob. This is not a typical design that you find being made anymore but extremely refined and actually exquisite. That set is a real understated treasure if it is Jacob.

    Hope to hear from you soon.

    Respectfully,
    Monica Bachelder – Ontario