Few weeks ago my hubby and I visited Utah for a friend's wedding high up in Alta at Snowpine Lodge. Right after the wedding, we turned the trip into a spontaneous adventure and drove up 6 hours to Yellowstone, without reservations!
Wyoming took our breath away ya'll. On the way back, we drove through the Tetons National Park and even spent a night in posh Jackson.
Don't be surprised if you'll see a KUFRI textile collection in the near future inspired by the Rockies ;)
New Mexico never fails to cast her spell on me. Each time I visit, I discover something new and return completely revived and inspired. Here's my favorite from this trip...
The Girard Wing at the Museum of International Folk Art has an astounding 10,000 objects from Alexander and Susan's collections. This playground of color and whimsy displays everything from framed textiles to elaborate village scenes. Besides the objects themselves, the space is designed like a creative playground using color blocks, varying heights and clever vignettes. Enjoy!
Last month, my hubby and I traveled to London and Dorset. London is such a juxtaposition of old and new, it's dramatic and absolutely gorgeous. But what really inspired me was the English countryside. Soft rolling hills, patches of every shade of green, a beautiful coastline and high cliffs.
Here is a collection of photos I took in Abbotsbury and West Bay (yes, where Broadchurch is filmed!). It's no wonder that some of the most esteemed authors and stories come from the English countryside.
Plane, train, taxi, rickshaw… it literally takes 4 modes of transportation to reach some of the towns and villages I travel to. This time I delved deeper into South India… greener, cleaner and undoubtedly gleaming with southern hospitality.