Ever since I shared my Shabbat table a couple of weeks ago I realized that I desperately need some new tableware for my redesigned dining room. I did know that when
Fall is such a great time for the home dec addict because all the new houseware lines come out and everyone is excited about preparations for the High Holidays and beyond.
It’s no secret by now that I love the mystery and surprises of Purim. The costumes, masks, partying…they all appeal to me. And although I love entertaining, I demand an
Crafting Judaic ritual objects in silver is a time honored tradition since biblical times. Fast forward almost 5,000 years and you realize this expertise and skill has reached a dazzling
Blue and white Staffordshire pottery is as classic a look as you can get, but it doesn’t need to be stuffy or dated. I’ve written before about how to succeed
Scandinavian Modern is such a thing right now. Pinterest is awash with the minimalistic interiors and I must say, I have been bitten by the bug too. IKEA has truly
I love this time of year when Passover is behind us and the prospect of Shavuot’s flowers and cheesecake are ahead. Although I am a die-hard modernist, I have always
I love hammered metals because they cross that line between formal but not too formal, which is where I typically like to be. The price for hammered pieces can really
I just love shabbat pieces that all go together but oddly enough it is pretty rare to find a series of Judaica items by the same manufacturer that complete a set.