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lime in the coconut

In i made this on December 30, 2012 at 7:36 pm

I love making logos here and there for people!  My friend Linda Roberts who invited me and Decorative Arts to assist in a photo shoot a few months back (here) for House of Fifty Magazine asked me to help her out with a new logo for her wildly popular blog “Lime in the Coconut” if you  haven’t been over to it – you must check it out!  Linda  has quite an eccentric eye herself and has put together a beautiful blog with great content!


logo by charlotte anabar intended for Linda Roberts at Lime in the coconut

Lime in the coconut

In decorative arts, work on July 16, 2012 at 10:59 am

Yesterday was probably the most fun I’ve had in quite a while!  Linda Roberts over at Lime in the Coconut brought us all together for a very fun photoshoot at her magical abode.  Once you take a look at her blog and eyeball the pictures below – you’ll see why magazines offer her space in their publication and why companies offer her their products!  Literally wine was waiting for us at each end of the house so if you forgot your glass you just grabbed a new one – things like that make me happy I had to proclaim I do some of my best work half drunk.  Which is questionable.  The spanish guitar seemed as if it followed us!  Just a very amazing atmosphere.  I’ll shut up now, k?

things i like

In fun, ideas on June 22, 2012 at 11:30 am

A post completely dedicated to blogs i like, places I go, and one thing I just learned.  Trying to get inspired and then i remembered that I needed to share the wealth!

 I || coco + kelley  [for interior design inspiration]

II || lime in the coconut [vero beach reppin’ , nurse, muse, interior designer at heart, crazy amazing eye for design]

III || i am breanna rose [besides her chic designs,  her eye for typography + music is rad… it just felt good saying rad.]

IIII || Mrs. Lilien’s Styling House  [it’s funky, funky fresh.  It’s disheveled yet organized, bright. happy, and unique! ]

AND!  Last but not least, I recently found out that you can find the source of a random picture (uh hmmm pinterest) just by dragging the image into the browser. see below.

this is SO important for people on the inter- web! I mean wouldn’t you be a little ticked if someone else was getting credit for your work?