Palette: Warm tones of burgandys and plums mixed with soft textures of wool and fabric. Concrete and copper accents to give a few hard lines to the other organic materials.
Mood: Organic, soft, flowing, movement, cozy
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Recipe: 2 oz. of gin (Hendrick’s) / .75 oz. of honey / 1/2 of a lemon
Fill shaker with gin, honey, and lemon. Stir first to mix ingredients. Shake to chill. Strain over glass full of ice. Sip and enjoy!
This “great for brunch” cocktail is my take on the simple Bee’s Knees drink. Reducing the honey reveals the flavorful, floral gin – especially in the Hendricks gin. I went super local, so to speak, and just bought honey from next door at Trader Joe’s, but I can only assume this drink gets better with fresh honey or locally made with various flavors and rich-nesses.
Strolling through Denver this week, I was captivated by a few things, like usual – the bridges and skyline. Influenced by this week’s concept board, Minimalistically Bold, I am also testing out a new black and white filter in Photoshop and loving the results! Hit up Get Totally Rad if you are looking for new ideas.
Mood: Minimalistic, Strong Lines, Bold, Moody, Dark vs Bright
Palette: Black and white. Pops of color from mylar and holographic type materials.
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Mood: Calm, tranquil, serene, repetitive, soft
Palette: Muted, soft, greens, pale mauves and lavenders
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