It's been a year of blogging, and what a year it's been! I think we've done a pretty good job, especially considering that we're only one! One year olds typically can't even talk yet, right? And here we are, typing away--practically prodigies!
As we reflect over this past year and look forward to the future; planning our next steps as a photography/styling/blogging duo, we are taking the time to go back and enjoy our favorite posts from the past year. So here they are, our top five posts from year one of Ends In Style!
Lisa Mowry is what some people might call a modern times Renaissance woman, writing, editing, styling and producing features for home and lifestyle magazines. We caught up with her to get the inside scoop on her life and career. Click here for the full article.
Four fun winter outfits modeled by me and Alex, photos by Christina. I felt inspired to style the shoot with some layers, textures, and unexpected combinations from our closets and by doing a little shopping, too! Click here to read the entire article.
Halloween usually conjures up images of cotton spiderwebs, orange and black decor, and anything bloody, gory, or just plain scary. Well we don't think that your Halloween Entertaining Experience needs to be so literal this year. Why not inject a little style into your decor? Last October, we put a different spin on Halloween entertaining and we think you'll love it! Click here to read the entire article.
These spaces by designer Jennifer Schoenberger are a wonderful example of livable, comfortable, and relaxing design. The use of patterns and colors throughout the connected spaces tie them together and make the home feel like one continuous, harmonious space but with a few distinct characteristics in each room to keep them interesting on their own as well. Click here to read the entire article.
For Mother's Day this year, we styled an intimate little backyard party with friends and parents. It was a beautiful day with beautiful company. We again used layering to create a more interesting table top with varied colors and textures and mixture of wood and metallic tones. We think you'll love the look and be inspired to try your own garden party by following our simple tips. Click here and here to read the entire article.
Thank you for stopping by and for reading! We love our followers and can't wait to show you what we've got in store for the coming year. Have some ideas of topics or style challenges you'd like to see us tackle? Let us know in the comments below! We love to hear what our readers like.