Cloudy Weekend !!

have a great Weekend and DON’T forget the  E-DESIGN GIVEAWAY [ share with your friends : D ]

 

image Carry Lyman

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I’m Back !!

Hello to all, I have been Busy in Mexico working and doing some family business. I’m back with new pictures of my trip and the up coming GIVEAWAY that I’ll share with you today… have a great day : D to all!

[look this amazing view that I take in Barra de Navidad, Jalisco Mexico.

pic by yulzdesign

Tile Style

12 lovely looks.

Local Love

Three-dimensional Oval tiles take center stage in this textural kitchen.

Green House

Lotus Bleu packed plenty of personality into a diminutive master bathroom with fanciful wallpaper, glossy mosaic tile and unexpected accessories.

Industrial Chic

In it’s raw state, cold-tolled steel is an unusual decorative element. It’s often buried under paint or laquer. In this living room, however, it provides a regal backdrop in the form of custom-designed unfinished tiles.

Cool Duo

The soft combination of green-hues tiles help emphasize the lovely view in this bathroom

Disco Fever

Although the functionality is there, it’s made to look like a nightclub.

Pretty Pastels

By using a vertical pattern of Heath tiles in the same color family, this bathroom becomes lively, but not overwhelming.

Retro Backdrop

They instilled a retro beachy vibe into this kitchen by using brown, gray and mustard-yellow Heath tiles and a low bar set with rattan stools covered in bright floral fabric.

Pump Up the Volume

A kitchen painted entirely in Benjamin Moore’s “Wrought Iron” is given a dose of light thanks to reflective tiles used along the backsplash.

Down Under

This kitchen is a blend of old and new: The enormous central island is illuminated with backlit Panelite while classic subway tiles lend the space a retro feel.

A Blue Note

They take center stage in the room’s design.

Glass Swirl

Blended traditional nickel-plated fixtures and modern glass tile for a look that’s completely of the moment.

White Details

The kitchen is given subtle interest thanks to the curving shape of this tile.

 

Nutella Lovers [gluten-free nutella crepe cake]

Gluten-Free Nutella Crepe Cake

I found this amazing recipe using my favorite chocolate… “Nutella !! wish me Luck I’ll make it [ or at least try]… I hope you’ll try to.

Nutella Crepe Cake

280        grams (about 2 cups) gluten free all-purpose flour
70          grams (about 1/2 cup) hazelnut flour*
2            tablespoons sugar
6            large eggs
2            cups milk
6            tablespoons canola oil
1            teaspoon vanilla
1/4         teaspoon salt
Extra oil for brushing skillet
Nutella
Chopped hazelnuts to garnish

Combine flours, sugar, eggs, milk, 6 tablespoons canola oil, vanilla, and salt in a large measuring cup or bowl. Stir well with a wire whisk until smooth. Let stand for 15 minutes.

Heat a 10-inch skillet over medium heat until hot. Brush with a generous bit of oil. Pour scant 1/4 cup batter into skillet and tilt pan quickly to coat bottom. Cook crepe until golden on bottom, about 30 seconds. Carefully flip crepe with a spatula and cook other side for an additional 30 seconds. Transfer to a plate, stacking crepes between wax paper, so they don’t stick together. Continue with remaining batter, brushing skillet with oil between crepes.Spread a thin layer of nutella on one crepe. Place on serving plate. Spread a thin layer of nutella on another crepe; place on top of crepe on serving plate. Continue to spread nutella and stack remaining crepes. Spread a bit of nutella on top crepe. Top with chopped hazelnuts, if desired.Chill and serve.

Yield: 1 crepe cake

*to make hazelnut flour, pulse hazelnuts in a small food processor until finely ground. be sure to stop processing before creating hazelnut butter.

via kumquatblog