Friday, June 12, 2009
Although this kitchen found by Megan of A Life's Design is a whole lotta white, the pops of blue make it especially heavenly. I don't know how easy it would be to keep clean, but I really like how there is a pantry off to the side to keep everything. Guess you need somewhere to hide it all when you have open shelving! Hop over to Traditional Home to read all about this pretty kitchen designed by Molly Frey. And have a fantastic weekend everyone! :)
Thursday, June 11, 2009
Just Beachy in the City had this image from Country Living on her blog yesterday. I always love a clever DIY canopy, and this one is way cool. Love the yellow cabana striped fabric...very nautical and beachy, made especially lovely paired with the pretty blue. Yellow and blue, oh how I love you!
Wednesday, June 10, 2009
It is officially agreed that you all love Jane Coslick as much as I do! I'm positive you're gonna love these images of her Wren's Nest transformation. Isn't that master bedroom amazing?! Love all the comfy seating, the bed, the view! So many gorgeous details EVERYWHERE in this home. *Sigh* You should check out Jane's blog here...definitely one to add to your blogroll if you love her designs!
Tuesday, June 9, 2009
One of my worst habits is keeping the closets in my bedroom open. I just like taking a peek when I walk by...all the color and patterns make me happy. Similarly, I was always fond of this quote from Carrie in Sex in the City: "I like my money right where I can see it: hanging in my closet." Anyway, I don't think I would EVER shut my closet doors if they looked like these from Domino that Something to See, Something to Love shared a while back. But if I did, every time I opened them I'd smile.
Monday, June 8, 2009
I almost drooled all over my June issue of Coastal Living when I landed on the article "New House Old Soul" showcasing a vacation home in Georgia designed by Jane Coslick. Gosh I love Jane. We're getting pretty close to perfection here people. I think this could easily be my dream vacation home. I see these images and I wonder why in the heck I live in Minnesota. "The Land of 10,000 Lakes" just doesn't seem to cut it!