Its cooling down here in the South Coast so I am just loving the mix of warm and cold colours in these pictures. Mustard looks like its having a come back. I'm super loving IKEA at the moment, some beautiful 1960s inspired pieces of furniture. I am also mothering a family of succulents at home, these babies will keep things fresh as the weather turns. What are you excited for this Autumn?
I don't know about you but I am loving HM's latest home ware range. Its Aztec meet old country farm style is warm and inviting, it makes me think of a log cabin in the mountains somewhere.The thing I love about this store is how reasonable it is in price. I am yet to find fault with any of their products!
Here are a few items currently on my wishlist. All can be purchased on their online store here.
I know I shouldn't be wishing summer away but I sure am looking forward to wrapping up in cosy knits and layering up. I realised during a quick stop in HM yesterday that I'm automatically drawn the grey's and blues. It might be boring but I love them. Teamed with gold and the odd splash of colour, grey's and blue's seem to work effortlessly with everything I already have in my wardrobe.
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As the lush green Sardinian mountains began to turn a shadowy blue, the glistening sun said farewell and tucked itself behind them. At that point Bea made her way down the white sandy beach toward her love. She wore her dream dress and met her Curtis by the water front. These two best friends, their family and loved ones exchanged smiles and tears as genuine love was vowed.
I'm having an ever so late spring clean at home, and I just love the freshness and styling of these rooms. There is a couple of DIY's I'm keen to experiment with. First being indigo dying (kinfolk vol.8 is to blame for that one) and the peach fringe mobile. I've seen a few tutorials. Once I've knuckled down I shall share them with you.
PS - who else is in love with the mustard chair and lake side cushions?!
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Hello readers, the past few months we've been busy bumble beas. Such a lot of madness going on, though I must admit it has been good madness! My best friend married her love on the Mediterranean island of Sardinia. We had the pleasure of going and oh so enjoyed the beauty of the country and wedding. (stay tuned for some photos).
Moving on... I wish to share with you a new love of mine. It comes in the form of an appady app!
Those of you who don't use VSCO Cam as your primary photo editing software are MISSING OUT on something wonderful. I've been a user for a couple of years and now that they have just launched their new (and improved) app I have fallen in love all over again! Its professional and follows a distinct aesthetic that I warm too. The app also includes a high quality camera (for iphone) which allows you to take photos using the exposure key and also a focus key, something the iphone camera doesn't provide. The editing can be done manually or by using some of their genius presets. The thing I love most of all is the quality of the photos you edit. Unlike other photo editing apps they reduce the original quality of the photo, VSCO keeps everything fine and dandy!
I have recently had the honor of launching my own VSCO Grid, something that will soon be available to all users. I was also pretty chuffed when one of my pictures was featured in their online journal here, yay!
Any whooo here are a few snaps of mine taken using the app. If you follow me on IG most of my grams are vsco proof.
Good day to you all! xo