Every three years the paint company Farrow & Ball introduces a fresh batch of colors to choose from. And as in the past, color consultant Joa Studhome with creative ally Charlotte Cosby, continue to finalize paints by “…hand-mixing sample pots in Joa’s kitchen. It’s still a very hands-on process.”
For fun, try a little blue powder under each eye.
Fashion details- Boden long sleeve top and mix & match swimsuit bottoms.
I love this repurposed wooden spool that holds twine and a pair of scissors.
The pineapple has been a symbol of hospitality going back to colonial times. Seafaring men returned from their voyages with shiploads of tropical spices and fruits. To announce their arrival home, the men would attach a pineapple to the fence post inviting relatives and neighbors to drop by for a visit.
One or two of these pineapple lamps would look wonderful on a sideboard, fireplace mantel or bedside tables.
#1. Quail eggs with blue ribbon– design skool (top left). #2. Robin eggs speckled with edible gold paint- Honestly Yum (top right). #3. A moss covered wire chicken with eggs- Sweet Paul (bottom).
I love these beautiful bed linens in soft muted tones from Toast.
Details- Cho duvet cover & pillowcase with organic ticking sheets (top) and washed cotton duvet cover & sheets (bottom left, right). Green crochet throw is also available.