in Palm Springs. Between the exquisite property (complete with fire pits, hammocks, pools and croquet courts), the decor (done by Jonathan Adler), the wonderful meals and excellent service, I would have been content to never return home. We didn't leave the property once throughout our stay and took full advantage of everything the hotel had to offer.
This past weekend, three friends and I piled in the car at 7am on a rainy morning and left for Palm Springs. We were all excited to get out of the city and two hours later, we had escaped much more than the dreary weather - it felt like we were on a mini vacation, if only for ...read more
It was only until after I moved to L.A. that I experienced my first French macaron. Reminiscent of little jewels in pastel colors, they're full of flavor and remarkably light when you need just a hit of something sweet. Here's a glimpse of my afternoon snack courtesy of ...read more
Within the past week, our apartment has transformed into a sunlit, color-filled place that makes it feel like we're living outside. It's so refreshing that I've been keeping all of the windows open to really take in these first days of spring. This ...read more
As evidenced by my two trips to the desert in the past eight months (here and here), I've become hopelessly addicted to Palm Springs. The dry heat and slow pace have always been draws, but lately it's the interior design of their boutique hotels that has completely converted me. ...read more