Collection by Alexis Smith

Alexis Smith
Artist's palette cookies Oh, yeah, now we're cooking! Perfect cookies for a painter! Cute Food, Good Food, Yummy Food, Kunst Party, Yummy Treats, Sweet Treats, Art Party, Cookies Et Biscuits, Cupcake Cookies

4th Birthday Little Picasso Art Party!

Yesterday was my little guy's 4 th Birthday ! Because he loves to color and paint, he choose an A r t Theme for his party!...

Chocolate caramel pie - so terrible for you but YUMMY Salted Caramel Chocolate Tart, Caramel Pie, Chocolate Caramels, Tarte Caramel, Chocolate Cake, Caramel Recipes, Carmel Chocolate, Chocolate Roulade, Treats

The Queen of Hearts and Chocolate Caramel Tarts

-While the Queen of Hearts should be leading her kingdom, she's instead baking this. Who could blame her?- The Queen of Hearts certainly ge...

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Pretty Porch Inspiration

Porches are an summer house essential — they let you enjoy a sunny day in the shade, extend the seasons, and if you’re lucky, they have screens to shield you from pestering bugs. Even if you don’t have one, these images are a great way to imagine a relaxing summer’s day…TOP ROW1 A gorgeous front porch, outfitted with almost all reclaimed objects, including daybed for summer sleeping! Via Traditional Home.2 A serene and rustic sleeping porch, via Re-Nest.

ARCHITECTURE: Brilliant design that would be great on a summer coast home. Featured on Archdaily, Petting Farm by Architecture, Location: Almere, the Netherlands Interior Exterior, Interior Architecture, Interior Design, Building Architecture, Installation Architecture, Minimal Architecture, Design Interiors, Amazing Architecture, Modern Interior

Wind-dyed House by Kazuhiko Kishimoto/acaa | Dezeen

The rear facade of this hillside house by Japanese architect Kazuhiko Kishimoto slides opens to reveal a graduated terrace with a sweeping view of the sea. Located on a sharply inclining slope in Kanagawa, Japan, the three-storey Wind-dyed House appears from the top-floor street entrance to have only one floor. Louvered shutters surround the glazed