Amazing Muffin Cups

I feel like brunch and breakfast recipes are hard to come by, so when I find a great one I love to share it. Although, I can’t take the credit for this delicious and very easy recipe, I originally found it at Johnsonville.com. It is an easy recipe to make, and it can even be made ahead of time and quickly reheated to eat on the go.

If you love this recipe and look forward to seeing our posts in your news feed, let us know by commenting below and following our blog.

Find the printable recipe card here:Amazing Muffin Cups

Life is better with good food, good wine and great design,

Robin's Signature

Mixing the Old & the New: Antique Piano

Our clients moved to Austin from Minnesota and brought very little furniture with them. They realized that Texas, being such a different environment than Minnesota, would require different furnishings for their home here. One of the few things they did bring with is this old piano that had been passed down through the family. Our clients have two young children and wanted to have a more “grown up” place they could retreat to and enjoy an evening cocktail, and this space was the final result. Continue reading

Monthly Wine Pick: Stone House Vineyard

We are so excited about the recent transition we made, to feature only Texas wines on the blog. There are so many wonderful local Texas vineyards we thought our blog would be the perfect platform to shine a light on our local wineries.

tempraniloThis month we will be showcasing Stone House Vineyard in Spicewood Texas. This vineyard was great, and while we tried a few different wines that were all good my favorite was the Tempranillo. The Tempranillo was actually a little spicy, which was surprising, but balanced with a little sweetness from the fruit. I think this wine would pair nicely with Barbecue.

If you have the chance to visit Stone House Vineyard, let us know what your favorite wine is, we would love to hear from you!

Life is better with good food, good wine and great design,

Robin's Signature

 

Mixing the Old & the New: Heirloom Armchair

In this East Coast basement renovation, our client had an heirloom chair and ottoman that had been passed down to her through her family. It had a very special meaning to her, and as a bonus it was also a well-made antique that was definitely worth recovering. Custom upholstery work is labor intensive and fairly expensive but is well worth it to be able to re-purpose a piece of furniture and give it new life. Continue reading