The different textures and subtle color variations of these two varieties of palm are so stunning. A great example of how to make a monochromatic color scheme interesting.
While waiting for a prescription to be filled at Costco this afternoon (stupid allergies), I decided to spend my time looking at wine. Surprise, surprise. Of course, the interior designer was looking not at which was the highest rated wine, but which was the most attractive wine bottle and label design. It struck me how some strongly reminded me of specific architectural styles or eras, others were just beautiful. So here are my finds. I am not commenting on the contents of any of these bottles, only on the packaging. However, I have been told that judging a book by its cover with regard to wine, isn’t such a crazy idea. It seems some believe that if you like the wine bottle’s design you are also likely to share the winemaker’s aesthetics for taste. What do you think? I just know I would love to have any of these beautiful wine bottles on my table…regardless of what’s in them.
Santo Moscato d’Asti: So Art Deco! Perfect for drinking at a mirrored dressing table?
Peter Lehmann Wines Layers Red Blend: So industrial chic in a retro sort of way
J Vineyards & Winery Pinot Gris: Contemporary, modern and fresh
Hedges Family Estate Sauvignon Blanc: Why does it make me think of an elaborate cake?
Miraval Cotes de Provence Rose: This is Brangelina’s wine…need I say more
Gerard Bertrand Cote de Roses: I obviously have a thing for pink right now, and the little gold rose just puts it over the top
Eroica Riesling: So right out of the late 1970s…in a good way
Moet & Chandon Rose Imperial: Girl Power! (pink again, I know…)