interior inspiration : the bold and the bright.

Happy weekend everyone! I shall leave you with some beautiful brightly-colored interiors. Cheerful colors in homes rarely fail to excite me.

Sources (from top to bottom): Brian Park, Chris Everard, Livingetc., House Beautiful, Domino Magazine, Dan Duchars, Marie Claire Maison, The Selby, and Johnny Miller.

flickr friday : homebody.

In my opinion, being at home is the best place to be.

flickr friday : homebody.
1. day off, 2. nostalgia | kitchen, 3. camping, 4. work in progress, 5. Untitled, 6. Weekend Equals Rest, Unless You're Wicked, 7. Untitled, 8. pause, 9. a window, 10. Untitled, 11. Again & again, 12. the hole-iest of socks, 13. s t i l l : morning quiet time, 14. 275: 11.2.07, 15. Please..., 16. sunny spotty morning bed tea

etsy finds of the week.

1. Winter Wren - Limited Edition Gocco Print from Dee Beale ($20), 2. free as a bird pink birdcage from chainchainchained ($33), and 3. Lichen Pincushion 1 from Ottoman ($30)

4. Ursula Self-Inking Address Stamp from Lettergirl ($38), 5. float - an original mixed media collage on panel from swallowfield ($75), and 6. Katie's Birthday Cake - Original Acrylic on Canvas Painting from oh kirby ($85)

7. Love Card - Giving Heart from Wheeler Studio ($3), 8. BOK Wooden Blocks- Town Scene from petit flaneur ($64), and 9. club chair (b/w) - print from Melissa Bryant ($12)

ten images of inspiration : portraits of children.

It is beautiful photographs like these that make me think it would be a good idea to have more kids (but then I close the window and quickly try to wise up.)

Photographers/sources (from top to bottom): Katie Coleslaw, Alicia J. Rose, Jody Rogac, Jamie Goodridge, Amy Nieto, Anna Kuperberg, Brigitte Sire, Mark Lund, Josephine Schiele, and Polly Wreford.

thought of the day : time.

"Time is the fire in which we burn," from Studio K's Type Experiments.


freebie of the day : lisa rupp's calendar.

Today's (or technically tonight's) freebie: A printable monthly calendar by talented pattern designer Lisa Rupp. She will be posting a new month as it comes, so keep a lookout. (Via Twig & Thistle)

the best of london fashion week.

After New York passing in a flash, London Fashion Week has now come and gone. What did I think of the collections? There were some disappointments and questionable choices (in my opinion); however, I did love the brighter colors, shiny fabrics, and mixtures of tough and girly. I am curious to see what Milan's week will have to offer.

Continuing the series, here are my favorites from London Fashion Week...

The designers/collections: 1. Mary Katrantzou, 2. Erdem, 3. Charles Anastase, 4. Paul Smith Woman, 5. Chloƫ Sevigny for O.C., 6. Luella, 7. Issa, 8. Josh Goot, 9. Meadham Kirchhoff, and 10. Ossie Clark. (All images from Style.com)

flickr photo of the day : a reflection.

"looking wonky" by famapa.

things i love thursday.

things i love thursday.
1. Ten Dollar Drawings (Alice's new art site), 2. Wake Up (£18), 3. French Art-Case Piano (price unknown- this might just be one of the prettiest things I have ever seen), 4. Houndstooth Plaid Darlene Dress ($128), 5. Calligraphy by Silvia Cordero Vega, 6. Cobbled Roads Sweater ($168), 7. ISAK Leaf Cup (£9.90), 8. Charley Harper Illustrated Tees for Baby ($12.50), 9. Action & Number Clips ($12), and 10. Two Tone Crew Neck Sweater ($169)

interior inspiration : the ranch home.

My mom has recently decided to redecorate/remodel her California ranch home to reflect the house's era and classic style. Since she knows I spend large amounts of time browsing through interiors, she asked if I could find her some reference photographs. As much as I am more of a Victorian and Craftsman-style home lover, one cannot argue that the classic ranch home is one of the best representations of great mid-century modern design.

Sources: Apartment Therapy, Rancho Style, Design*Sponge, Interior Design Magazine, New York Spaces, and PointClickHome.
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