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Nautical By Nature

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This summer’s hottest table style trend is cool, blue, and nautical. Keeping a set of navy blue and white dinnerware is never out of style. And this style is anything but dainty.

Dinnerware

The look is straightforward and simple. Alternating navy blue with white to produce the sailor stripes. The key is in keeping it simple. Introducing too many colours will lose the effect. Stick to the dark blues and solid bright white. Should you introduce a third colour, try red; but don’t get too colourful. Continue reading…

Summer in Colour

Let this be the year you stop using your apartment balcony as storage and get it summer party-ready ASAP with some of this season’s brightest in patio decor. But you better hurry, this city’s hot days are numbered and the best soiree of the summer isn’t going to decorate itself.

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Gimme Gimme Gimlet

This is a love story.  I admit in the past I’ve been linked to micro-brewed beer and seen in public with gin and tonics.  And I confess I’ve spent more than one crazy, impulsive weekend with a bottle (or 2) of tequila.

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Hammock Time

Last summer, I was in Asia for nearly a month-long business trip. Aside from meetings and being on the constant go, I also wanted to get a hold of some nice hammocks to bring home. (Wouldn’t hammock hunting would be a cool travel hobby?)

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Summer Heat Between the Sheets

I have a problem and I’m coming clean. During the warmer summer months I become a sleepless sleeper as bulky bedding takes over creating unwanted heat between the sheets.

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