#ProjectUpperEastSide is almost complete, you guys!!! After 8 months – I repeat – 8 months of waiting for my coffee table, it at last arrived at the end of July! I’m so excited to share a few sneak peek photos with you guys today.
If you’re just tuning in, I moved to the UES at the end of last year. It has taken way longer than expected to get my apartment fully finished but hey, that’s ok! I always think it’s best to invest in pieces you love rather than rushing to complete a space. Plus spaces are always a work-in-progress in my book!
Ever since moving to the Upper East Side, I’ve been obsessed with entertaining at home. One of my favorite weekend activities is brunch, so naturally, inviting friends over for brunch is always so fun especially now that I have the space!
Whenever I entertain at home, I always make sure to have Chloe Prosecco on hand.Whether you prefer prosecco on it’s own or you like to create a special recipe, prosecco is a guaranteed crowd pleaser. Plus Chloe Prosecco pairs well with both savory and sweet dishes.
As I mentioned a few weeks ago, I’m a huge fan of Chloe Wine Collection and their prosecco is just as delicious as their rose! If you live on the Upper East Side, you can find the Chloe Prosecco at Yorkshire Wines and Spirits, the Wine Emporium or Up Thai! The wine is bursting with fine bubbles and notes of peaches, apples and flowers. Making it perfect addition for your brunch cocktails! Not only is it rich but it’s balanced with a crisp finish.
If you’re looking to mix up your brunch at home, I’ve highlighted three different prosecco recipes definitely worth trying! What are some of your favorite tips when hosting friends for brunch?! Xo. Lauren
Recipe One | Chloe Mango Sunrise
1 part chilled Chloe Prosecco
1 part orange juice
1 part pomegranate juice
1 part mango juice
Combine all ingredients into a wine glass with ice, and garnish with fresh orange slices
Recipe Two | Chloe Blushing Bellini
1 part chilled Chloe Prosecco
2 parts fresh pomegranate juice
1/2 part creme de cassis
1/2 part vodka
Combine all ingredients, except Chloe Prosecco, in a champagne flute. Stir gently, and top with chilled Chloe Prosecco
Recipe 3 | Chloe Blackberry Sparkle
4 parts chilled Chloe Prosecco
1 1/2 parts gin
3/4 part fresh lime juice
1/2 part agave
1/4 part blackberry liqueur
Combine all ingredients, except for Chloe Prosecco, in a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake to chill, and strain into a wine glass filled with fresh ice. Top with chilled Chloe Prosecco, and garnish with fresh mint and lime.
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Happy Monday, ladies and gents! In case you missed it or you’re just tuning in, I shared my bedroom reveal last week. I LOVED reading everyone’s comments so keep em’ coming! Gray Malin also featured my bedroom last week which is always fun as I’m such a big fan of his work.
You guys!!! I’m so excited to finally share with you my bedroom reveal! In case you are just tuning in, I moved to the Upper East Side at the end of last year. I redesigned my old bedroom as part of the One Room Challenge which you can see right here. Although moving is such a pain in New York, I was very excited to have the chance to makeover a totally new space. It’s taken longer than expected to finish my apartment (as many of you know, my living room is still in the works!) but nonetheless, the bedroom is FINALLY finished so here it is. I am so happy with how it turned out and I wouldn’t have been able to do it without working with amazing brands like Gray Malin, The Mine, Gansett Lane Home, Annie Selke and more.