This photo reminds me of my grandparents farm in Rhode Island, where there’s always a pie baking, fresh vegetables on the farmhouse style table, and lots of pretty glassware and ceramics everywhere. The resident rooster wakes you in the morning. The smell of honeysuckle fills the air.
I’ll be back to tell you where this photo came from…you’ll enjoy. Stay tuned.
(okay, I’ll tell you now. Photo is from P.O.S.H. because I have to give photo credit shout outs here. But, that’s all I’m telling you…stay tuned to find out who P.O.S.H. is and promise not to google it!)
You know you’ve got everything, a woman needs, to getta man…
Especially now with this yummy handmade soap from Brickhouse. Made only with super pure ingredients and filled with love, love, love. Brickhouse soap is hand cut and wrapped in vintage wallpaper, it stimulates all the senses – touch, smell, and absolutely beautiful to look at. It would make a lovely gift for your next house guest. Place it with a hand written note on top of some towels in the guest bedroom and a tin of homemade cookies. Nothing like spoiling the ones you love.
Enjoy it alone or…nevermind. Clean up your act!
Shake it down, shake it down, shake it down now! Brick – Hoooouse!
(yummy photos from brickhouse)
I know this is a bit off topic, but have you seen the new it girl for Burberry? It’s none other than the ever-adorable prego Rachel Weisz. I’m loving the new snapshot style Burberry ad campaign for their Burberry London perfume…and the new fragrance smells sooo yummy! The photos of Rachel in giddy London show her with hunky Welsh actor, Ioan Gruffudd, as they bop around the London Eye, Big Ben, Downing Street and the South Bank. Ahhh…the joys of London in the Spring! The photos are just fab, but make me miss London… Since we’re all so visual, I thought you’d really enjoy seeing them. If you’d like a hard copy, grab the April issue of Glamour magazine. Mine are going right up on my inspiration board – delicious!
Do you like it? Thoughts?
(photos from burberry)
Ahhh Paris! Dreaming of Paris in the Spring? Love the 1930’s Hollywood movie set? The nostalgic and romantic Paris Hotel Boutique has more eye candy that your sweet tooth can handle, and trust me, it’s worth a browse even for you modern design addicts. Filled with one-of-a-kind items transporting you back in time, you’ll enjoy the lighting, mirrors (my favorites), furniture, paintings, books, and all the other charm this site has to offer. My favorites include the vintage chinoiserie desk, the french art deco mirrored table, and the haviland hermitage hotel nut cups. My absolute favorite, hands down, is the Revlon store mirror. It’s kitschy, but so unique!
(photos from the paris hotel boutique website. ooh la la!)