More ideas from Nora
When you have a bunch of edible blossoms, let their vibrant colors do the work for you. Simply mix chopped flowers (petals and leaves) into softened goat cheese, then shape into rounds and pat more flowers on top. Any edible flower will work; peppery nasturtium, borage, and pansy are shown here. This recipe appears in our cookbook, "Martha Stewart's Vegetables" (Clarkson Potter).

mix chopped flowers (petals and leaves) into softened goat cheese, then shape into rounds and pat more flowers on top. Any edible flower will work; peppery nasturtium, borage, and pansy are shown here

A cosy country farmhouse with modern interiors. Photography by Anson Smart. Styling by Jono Fleming. From the April 2017 issue of Inside Out Magazine. Available from newsagents, Zinio, https://au.zinio.com/magazine/Inside-Out-/pr-500646627/cat-cat1680012#/, Google Play, https://play.google.com/store/newsstand/details/Inside_Out?id=CAowu8qZAQ, Apple’s Newsstand,https://play.google.com/store/newsstand/details/Inside_Out?id=CAowu8qZAQ, and Nook.

A cosy country farmhouse with modern interiors. Photography by Anson Smart. Styling by Jono Fleming. From the April 2017 issue of Inside Out Magazine.

Find More at => http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/amazingoutfits/~3/22VZD8oe8oM/AmazingOutfits.page

Love the white blouse - need a denser fabric, with the same texture - a carefree washable fabric that seems organic, but is a blend.

Those windows & black

Love the windows. At the Manhattan apartment of designers Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent, a solarium-style window fills the kitchen with natural light. DESIGNER: Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent PHOTOGRAPHER: Douglas Friedman