9.28.2010

Loving...

The perfect cut (and print) on this SERA blouse...


The quiet, lovely photographs on little dailys...that image above makes me incredibly happy.


The light in these insanely beautiful rooms (via remodelistia)...


Jeana's second "closet visit" (this time it's the genius handbag designer clare vivier...) I know Jeana's series was on my list last week, but I can't help it friends, it's just that good.


This decidedly grown-up cupcake liner and beeswax candle from brook farm general store*...

*speaking of brook farm general store, I just ordered a hamman hand towel for our guest bathroom from them, and it is perfection + the packaging was almost as pretty and special as the actual towel.


Chanel's khaki nail polishes (via things i like), but especially khaki brun. Love.


IKEA's sculptural pepper mill -- it's like a little work of art. I love it when everyday things feel special and unique.


The fact that this fireplace (again via my beloved remodelista) makes me love my (exact same and somewhat decoratively vexing) 70's stone fireplace a little bit more...

8 comments:

Pretty Mommy said...

Those closet visits are total heaven!! Love ;)

Ana Degenaar said...

I love all your picks! Bliss!

Stephanie said...

Love that pepper mill!

Victoria said...

I love the shadow of the little dailys photo..so pretty!

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Matrioshka said...

Oooh great list. I gotta get that ikea pepper mill. And I love good packaging!

Susanna Carrillo said...

That pepper mill! I ran to Ikea today and bought 3! One for me and 2 for christmas presents. Comes in black too. Thank you for the tip. I LOVE it! oh also love the new chanel nail colors for fall. Great post!

Melissa de la Fuente said...

Love those closet visits so much....just perfection.That photograph makes me happy too...so subtle and sweet. Love those nailpolishes too! Thanks for all of these lovely things to inspire hun.
xo
Melis

lovelymorning said...

so so many good things.

might need to invest in fancy nail polish (even though I get my nails done once every 3 months).

and i ACTIVELY seek out homes with said 70's wall-o-stone when house shopping. I love them. you are lucky you have one, even if it is decoratively challenging.