Thursday, April 5, 2012




well i'm back!  it's been long enough!  it's spring break for the kiddos so we went to the beach for a little R&R...but with five kids 4 and under, it's a little more like herding cattle vs. relaxing!  fun none-the-less and one of those trips where 10 yrs down the road we look back and giggle!  hope y'all are having a wonderful week!

*images courtesy of pearls and peonies, woody liana, cote de texasmatchbook magazine

18 comments:

Sarah Jane said...

peachy perfect!! i love this color!! that blazer is so cute. x

Chelsea said...

LOVE these colors!!

amber wallace said...

Love the colors! And that sounds just like my spring break...minus the beach darn it!

Pris said...

First time commenter here, love the peachy pink! So spring-y!

unikorna said...

Astonishing photos. I love your style :).

Mrs. Kindergarten...aka...Madame Spoiled said...

Navy and pink...two of my faves! LOVE those images!!

Love and Hugs,
Mrs. Kindergarten...aka...Madame Spoiled

Glitterati said...

Peachy coat - perfect :)

heyhomeslice said...

Herding cattle- so true! Ha! Love the charcoal and pink... so grounded and feminine!

Jenna at Homeslice

{Emily} Simply Southern said...

That jacket is so cute!

Lindsey Anne | pinklet and c said...

love the coat with the belt! And all the other pictures! Especially the pillows!

Julie Taylor and Danni Greenwalt said...

Love every image. The pillows look amazing and I love the coat.

A Bit of Sass said...

Gorgeous inspirational photos! I love the light pink:)
xo
www.abitofsass.blogspot.com

kristen said...

love all of those images. so pretty!

Fly Fish Chick said...

Always love a miniature poodle statue. great post!

heloisa de mesquita inoue said...

Uma Feliz pascoa para vocĂȘ!

Wendy said...

Great collection of images - Happy Easter!!!

Jaime Lee said...

Hello, just stumbled upon you, thankfully.
Moving into a new home soon, and love the inspiration.
come visit me at my blog sometime:)

Can't wait to read more!!

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Jamie Herzlinger said...

Contrasting dark walls with light furnishings is always a great idea...it makes the concept of going dark a little safer. As i blonde, i know its difficult to go dark!