daily dose

November 4, 2012 § Leave a comment

well my friends, it’s been a while… An insanely hectic summer studio session put my blogging on hiatus but I wanted to stop by and say hi.

I’m not sure when I’ll be back so as I say farewell (for now) I’ll leave you with a collection of lovely things  that have recently inspired me:

if this isn’t true I don’t know what is

Salmon colored walls add just enough color while still providing a fairly neutral back drop for a unique collection of antique paintings and vintage photography. The clean lines of the midcentury table and chairs update the space from traditional to contemporary while the Jonathan Adler rug adds a graphic pop!

I recently discovered artist Clare Elsaesser on Etsy (TastesOrangey) this summer and immediately purchased the biggest print I could of her acrylic painting, “Married to the Sea”. The colors are so so beautiful and I love how her abstract almost impressionistic strokes come together to create such a lovely composition. There’s just something about this painting that inspires me! My dad, a painter himself, felt this way too. She has a mulititude of prints, giclee’s, and original works that are all very much worth checking out.

Another amazing Celerie Kemble interior. love the lilac colored grasscloth on the walls and the antique mirror above the mantle. And of course, every living room has to have etageres filled with books!

hope you find these images as inspiring as I do!

[PS: WordPress doesn’t allow free font personalization anymore so sorry for the boring old font today!]


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