Archive for June, 2011
Gone fishing with my honey pie.
Anybody want to lend me their newborn to replicate the photo? Joking – I don’t think people “lend” out newborns.
If you would like the petticoat, head on over to Layla Grayce.
In other baby news, (no, I’m not pregnant), High Street Market is having her annual vintage baby decor sale starting tomorrow morning:
Here is the sneak peak Kelly posted on her blog:
Super cute! I love the pillows and the brass duck hangers. Happy Shopping!
Today is my three year anniversary so I have to say a mini shout out to Graham whom I love very much. So happy we still find each other as adorable as we did on this Montana trip years ago…
I feel incredibly lucky to spend my life by your side. Mr. Know It All Google tells me that the traditional three year anniversary gift is leather. I decided it was best to hop onto 1st dibs for some anniversary budgetless shopping. For the record, our trip to Alaska is our amazing anniversary gift…but a girl can dream…
Bronze and Leather coffee table – $2,500Pair of Arne Norell Safari Chairs – $4,100Pair of brass/leather 50’s stools – $2,200Leather covered French floor lamp – $5,500Pierre Paulin Loung – $4,50019th Century Wing Back Chair – “contact dealer for price” (read crazy pricey).
Which one would you pick? I think I’d go for the wing back chair – I really love an authentically weathered leather chair.
Friday, after work, Graham and I hit up our local REI to prep for our Alaska trip; we take off on Thursday for six days off fishing before a wedding in Anchorage. I’m getting a bit nervous for the trip since these are some things we had to pack…
The scariest thing on the list is a face net to keep away the mosquitoes. We also picked up some serious deet – the type of stuff that kills small children with one sniff. I’m attempting to look like I’m casting in this picture but it looks more like I’m clubbing a bear…take your pick.
We also need serious eye masks because it stays light all through the night. I actually love how it stays light and thought it was very cool the last time I was in Alaska. What worries me, is that my husband mentioned how we can continue fishing for as LONG as we want.
Apparently, I did not need a pair of red Sperry topsiders and for that I’m still not quite sure why I didn’t need them. Graham’s reasoning was that I already have them in brown and navy….ummmm…these are red and perfect for the 4th of July! The bears would love them.
For the first time in the history of knowing each other, Graham and I had different feelings about shopping. My feeling…
Man in an outdoor store is just like a kid in a candy store.
Loot has been purchased and we are ready for our adventure. For reals, I’m totally excited!!
Happy Friday!! Thank the sweet baby Jesus it’s about to be the weekend again – this week was another whirlwind for me, which is always a good thing! Last night, I went to my very first clothing swap, sponsored by Lulus, with bloggers and friends – Allie and Elisabeth. I showed up with a bag of clothes I never wear anymore and I left with these goodies…
Swapped me one heck of an upgrade. It was madness though.
What kind of madness will you be up to this weekend? Do tell. You know I LOVE to know!
I am working with a client who is renting a beautiful apartment. She has a large living room but does not have any overhead lighting. We needed to be creative in terms of lighting. I have suggested putting swing arm sconces above the sofa. I absolutely love the sophisticated look that it brings. Here is some inspiration…
Which sconce would you choose?
In eight days, Graham and I will be heading on a great adventure to Alaska. While we start to gather up our gear for the trip, I thought I’d show inspiration pictures of rustic chic living rooms, in case I get tired of fishing and feel the need to decorate the lodge we’re staying at.
I’m working on an apartment now that has some rustic chic elements to it and I absolutely love the way it’s turning out. I can’t wait to share! (All photos via Country Living).