I imagine at this point everyone in the Northern hemisphere has tired of winter. Even though Saturday was warm here, the trees are still barren and shadeless and once again covered in frost and ice. We’re moving into our new home next week, and I’m longing to include more indoor plant life there in spite of my black thumb. I really love the shades of green in Fawn DeViney’s image. But then again, I’m not surprised; have you seen her other work? Stunning.
What says Spring more than a tank jumpsuit and market basket full of flowers? Please count me in. I’m absolutely smitten right now with Emily Suzanne‘s images and with Hackwith Design House‘s new Spring line. They make me crave lighter materials and warm light and outdoor weekend markets. Sigh.
Although we are currently painting our entire new home white (with a bit of controversy from one of my children), I love dark, dramatic walls and spaces and am looking to include a few in our home in the near future. Right now, I’m really inspired by this country retreat in Australia, Orchard Keepers, which still manages to keep warmth while combining crisp whites and dramatic darker tones. I love how this particular wall gives the white dishes and glass and wood so much presence. Don’t you?
Bianca Cash‘s words should be a mantra in our home and I hope to one day purchase her lovely scripted print to hang there. For now, I’m inspired to keep living fully and humbly and with thanksgiving. Thank you, Bianca, for writing it so succinctly.