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food styling... the Four Seasons Hotel.... Farmer's Breakfast

While we waited for Slater to run his half marathon on Sunday, Jeff and I went to the Four Seasons Hotel in Westlake Village for breakfast.  I was  so excited with some of their styled  food presentations  for their Farmer's Buffet Breakfast.

Milk in glass bottles napkin wrapped and set in galvanized French flower buckets.

I was just giddy over the butter  slices on individual slabs of wood.

The yogurt for the buffet came in individual lidded jars.

The jars were set in oblong galvanized buckets which had been lined with white napkins.

Yogurt never seemed like such a treat!

Opening the opening a little present!

Bushal baskets filled to the brim with fruit...I appreciated the use of large spinach leaves to soften the baskets and further carry of the Farmer's Market theme.

Job well done Four Seasons!

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as you style your life

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  1. thoroughly enjoyed these images and ideas! individual butter pats are a detail that would not be lost on me either!

    come visit anytime.


  2. Just beautiful!
    It is all in the details isn't it??

  3. I love this! It reminds me of the old days. I used to stay at the Four Seasons once a week when I was working in Newport Beach. I am hungry now. :-)

  4. The difference is that a boutique hotel general manager wears just a few more hats than the luxury general manager. A boutique general manager might be preparing complex budget forecasting spreadsheets at 10am and at 10:30 am be clearing the pool towels from around the hotel's salt water plunge. When was the last time you saw the general manager of the Peninsula Beverly Hills with an arm full of towels? Don't get me wrong, I know that the general manager of the Peninsula would do this in a second, if they had to. The general manager of a boutique hotel HAS to, because there is nobody else. The one server working the restaurant is also probably responsible for taking care of the pool, taking room service orders, delivering the orders and on and on.... The general manager of a boutique hotel is sometimes also the HR director and breaks the front desk agents. If the gm is in California then the gm might find themselves breaking just about every position just to avoid getting sued and fined! Service apartments in Ghansoli