Ellen Silverman Our friend？Ellen Silverman traveled twice to Cuba in the past year， and came back with some amazing photographs of daily life there， in particular the kitchens of families she met. They are invariably improvisedpersona...
Our friend？Ellen Silverman traveled twice to Cuba in the past year， and came back with some amazing photographs of daily life there， in particular the kitchens of families she met. They are invariably improvisedpersonalized toys， deeply makeshift spaces， reflecting extremely limited resources coupled with extraordinary resourcefulness and spirit. Ellen’；s images tell the story.personalized new baby gifts
We will post more images from Ellen’；s Cuban kitchen portfolio in the coming months.
For a blow-by-blow description of a journalist who spent thirty days living as a Cuban，？published in Harper’；s magazine，？click here.
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Decorating, to me, is less about creating a certain look and more about creating a feeling. During the winter, I want my home to be a space that isn’t just pretty, but cozy and inviting, too. With friends and family visiting more around the holidays, it’s important to have a space where loved ones can unwind and find a cozy escape. I am here today from the blog House of Five to show you how I transformed my home into a cozy scene and winter escape with a few of my favorite finds.
Versatile and mobile, bar carts add style and function to your home. While they always bring fun to the party, a well-styled and well-organized bar cart can act as the perfect sidekick in any space.