Wet Bar DIY

Before: I added resale value to my house for about $20. This corner of the family room was under used and not defined. Areas that don’t have a purpose drain your resale value. The more value you can add the better! So I took this space and gave it a purpose. Cocktail hour for grown […]

Ghost Chair Newest Purchase

BEFORE: yikes. Catchall surface. AFTER: Ahhh! So simple and fresh. I got these chairs from http://www.Stackchairdepot.com Carrie Diaz is a Los Angeles realtor who has an eye for the best real estate. She is an LA native who specializes in a fully catered and custom experience for every client. She is part of a local […]

Backyard Teepee

Fun in the backyard. 3 generations enjoying what a few branches can make. Carrie Diaz is a Los Angeles realtor who has an eye for the best real estate. She is an LA native who specializes in a fully catered and custom experience for every client. She is part of a local team of experts, […]

New York still stuck on you

On 5th Ave, a brisk cold day in March, “licking the windows”, as they say in Paris! I love that the city’s architecture is caught in the glare. A must for me for every NYC visit in my future will be a stop into Trash and Vaudeville in the East Village on St. Mark’s. said […]

Garden Section is my Get Away

The garden section of hardware stores is one of my favorite mid week activities. I’ve done a lot of traveling all over the world and this simple pleasure feels like a private escape without having to check my luggage. It’s a great place for kids to stretch their legs and enjoy some roaming around time. […]

New York Style

New York  is one of the best known places for more than just its tourist attractions.  Small living space is the hot topic whenever I bring up this big city.  Conversations before my trip made me curious to see if renters really do live in apartments the size of closets and store their shoe collections […]