Halloween is here!!!!!! One of my favorite holidays. It’s the only one where a grown adult can run around the streets dressed as a superhero in a cape and tights and no one thinks about calling the cops on him/her. It’s magical. You can be anyone or anything you want! In honor of this eccentric holiday, here are a few of my favorite Halloween home decor items. I’ve also posted them in my Keep account where you can purchase them along with a million other items. A side note… the skull picture below is a photograph taken in Cambodia by an amazing photographer. I’d buy it!
1. Skulls Photo www.lahiere.com 2. Crow Candle Holders 3. Crystal Skull Bottle 4. Skull Napkins 5. Spider pitcher 6. Hanging Lights 7. Black Taper Candles 8. Bat Garland 9. Halloween Serving Plates
I’m so happy to announce that I’ve joined the La-Z-Boy family as their design expert!!! I’m certainly blessed to be part of such an amazing company. I grew up with a La-Z-Boy recliner as a staple in my living room so I feel like we have been family forever. Now, it’s just official! An American Dream for sure! Tweet me a pic of your La-Z-Boy furniture at @kellyedwardsinc ! I’d love to see how La-Z-Boy looks in your home.
I went glamping! Yes, glamorous camping! If you’re not a “camper” per se, but love the idea of camping then this is definitely for you. No pitching tents, no sleeping on the ground, no fire to build…perfect!
Our little adventure took place in Pescadero at a place called Costanoa which is about 6 hours away from LA. Unsure of what to expect, I was pleasantly surprised to find our cute little cabin equipped with everything we would need. A roof over our heads, a fireplace, and a bed. Not too shabby. The had a great restaurant on site and a few great hikes to do. I will say that the wind is AWFUL on the coast, but if you ignore the fact that you may blow away and wear something warm for June you’ll be just fine. All you need for this trip is to pack warm, bring a good book and soak in the great outdoors! Just like camping, but a little more chic. The only thing I missed were the S’mores. I’m still sad about it!
I had the most amazing time in Chicago last week celebrating The Design Cookbook. My favorite part…the party!!! Corri McFadden, owner of e Drop-Off and Graham Kostic of Glossed and Found hosted an amazing event for the book in Corri’s beautiful showroom on Halsted. I chose Emerald Green as the color for the party (Pantone’s color of the year) and they had everything decked out in green from the Behr paint samples that were the perfect shade of Emerald to the Sprinkles cupcakes and the Peroni beer they were serving. This was a “Recipe for Fun” for sure!!! If you haven’t already…check out my book HERE!
PLEASE JOIN ME JUNE 4TH AT THE BARNES & NOBLE IN OAK BROOK, IL AT 6:30 FOR MY BOOK SIGNING!!!
I LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU ALL THERE!
Today was a big a day. I flew to NYC and shot a segment for Rachael Ray about The Design Cookbook! YOWZA!!! I wanted to run around with my camera and shoot everything, but of course I was trying to play it cool and not look like I was totally geeking out so this is the best shot I got..my name on my room! It should air sometime in the summer so I will keep you posted!
Anyhoo, a huge thank you to Rachael and her team for an amazing experience! xo