Where does the time go? We are deep into fall with Halloween just around the corner. Speaking of which, I came across the most perfectly imperfect pumpkin the other day and it had to be mine. In order to justify the purchase I figured I better put together a little fall inspiration shoot for the shop... Have you started planning your Thanksgiving table yet? Nothing makes a statement like some gorgeous vintage glassware! Pictured are Bauerware ceramic pottery mugs with copper handles and MCM smoke colored glass whiskey glasses. Both are perfect for entertaining and come in a set of 4. Cheers!
I wanted to take a short moment, to talk a little bit about my favorite color, navy blue.
I feel like there are a lot of people who overlook navy. I'm hoping to change that for at least a person or two. Really it's black with more dimension. It's a colored neutral. It pairs well with every color, chartreuse, turquoise, cranberry red, sky blue, kelly green even black. Some people will try to tell you that you shouldn't put the two together. They are wrong. I don't know where that rule came from, but it's crazy. Some of my favorite outfits are a combination of black and navy. Speaking of outfits, navy blue is just as slimming as black.
Anyway, I won't rant. I'm sure you need to get to thinking about navy blue and all the ways you're going to incorporate it into your home decor and street style... Navy blue you are an unsung hero of the design world and I would like to thank you.
If you follow my instagram feed, you know I love doors. I recently visited Portugal with a brief stopover in Spain and the doors were fabulous! Not only the doors, also the plant life, pastries, hospitality and the architecture overall. But, this post is dedicated to doors. These need no description. I will let them speak for themselves.
On my next trip to Portugal I want to spend an entire day (or 2??) in Sintra. It sits perched atop a mountain with a palace at the very top. The town climbs the hillside up winding roads amidst a magical forest. I want to walk the streets and photograph all the fabulous doors! It was raining the day we went to see the palace, next time I will make sure the sun is shining and I have ample time to explore. Stay tuned for more posts from my recent trip to Portugal.