a. Spring. The cherry blossoms and tulips are in full bloom, and everything is turning green.b. Summer. It doesn't get any better than long sunny days and trips to the beach.c. Fall. The nights are getting colder, and the leaves are shades of deep red, burnt orange and brilliant yellow.d. Winter. The world is covered in a blanket of snow, and everything is calm and peaceful.
a. Roses. I like to keep it romantic and classic.b. A branch of flowering apple. I don't like anything too girlie.c. A mixed bouquet. I'm all about the formal arrangement.d. Wildflowers. I want my flowers to look like they've been picked from the side of a country road. 3. You never leave home without:a. Stilettos and pearls.b. Waxed-cotton backpack and book.c. Hermès Birkin bag and scarf.d. Canvas tote and camera. 4. Your fave getaway is:a. A Parisian escape with stops in all the galleries and time for shopping.b. Slipping a canoe into a lake in Northern Quebec and getting back to nature.c. Jetting off to England to explore stately country homes and pick up antiques.d. Exploring the markets and streets in San Francisco with camera in hand. 5. Finish this sentence: My decorating style is...a. Feminine with some modern glamour.b. Classic with a handsome twist.c. Timeless with a love of fine details.d. Free-spirited with an eye for flea market finds. 6. What blanket would you put at the end of your bed?a. A pink floral coverlet.b. A classic Hudson's Bay point blanket.c. A cashmere throw with a subtle herringbone pattern.d. A quilt handed down through the generations. 7. If you could splurge on one item what would it be? a. A statement chandelier.b. A leather chair.c. A piece of art.d. A collection of vintage plates. 8. When adding accents to your home you tend to buy:a. Lucite. It's simple and modern and works with everything.b. Wood. I love adding a natural element.c. Brass. I love the touch of sophistication it adds.d. Anything old. The more patina the better. I like adding objects that tell a storyAnswers: