¿Qué es el caldo de piedra?
Cocinado con piedras de río al rojo vivo, el caldo de piedra oaxaqueño es un símbolo de unión, respeto y amor. Conoce su historia y el ritual de cocción.
30 Dreamy Cabin Interior Designs
7.6Kshares Share Tweet Whenever we get bored of the hectic days of city life, we dream about a cabin house in the woods. A small kitchen with a fireplace and two sofas are enough for this comfy and warm place to become your hidden shelter. Wood, stone and all other natural materials are preferred for […]
Aiken House & Gardens
It is Mosaic Monday at the Little Red House again. I love this weekly event and enjoy making mosaics so I have a Christmas theme today-probably no surprise there! I have a few of these Father Christmas's around the house that I have collected over the years.Next time I will make a bigger mosaic with all of them. A Winter Tea. A mosaic of pretty doorways I photographed last year. Thank you Mary for hosting, and if you haven't already go and visit the Little Red House to see some lovely…
Artesanias mexicanas de barro. Cazuelas, ollas, platos, jarros, jarritos, cantaritos, botellones de barro en Tonala Jalisco
Fabricante de artesanias, macetas asadores, jarros, jarritos, cantaritos para rusas, hechos de barro y pintadas a mano en Tonalá, Guadalajara y Tlaquepaque. Precios de macetas por mayoreo, venta al menudeo de artesanias en barro, hoteles y restaurantes. Decoración tipica mexicana
50+ Simple Farmhouse Pantry Decor Ideas
Decor Steals works somewhat differently than the initial two, in they offer 3 unique items every day. This decor item appears absolutely beautiful alone. Farmhouse decor doesn't have any set rules. Rustic farmhouse decor has changed into a popular interior design.If you adore farmhouse style, ge
Stroll through Bunny Mellon’s Virginia Garden – Garden & Gun
A new coffee-table book, The Gardens of Bunny Mellon, takes readers behind the gates to learn more about Mellon’s deeply rooted love of gardening.
Kitchens with Clutter...What Do We Really Want?
I recently read a great article on Houzz regarding the trends or perhaps the endless confusion... as to what really belongs in great kitchen design and when is too much, really way too much and what is that special "thing" we are all looking for right now? Should kitchens be left bare, clean and spare, to showcase appliances and gorgeous stone? or should the clutter be confined under an island or in a freestanding cabinet? Do we like open shelving to display our dishes and glassware? or is…