I’m BACK! After a massive (non)pre-planned hiatus (let’s not talk about how it was an epic New Year’s Resolution failure), I have returned to share some PINK flowers with you! In the spirit of Spring and the celebration of decor8’s Color Me Pretty weekly feature by Leslie, I have decided to share with you, dear readers, the beauty that is super girly pink. Let it be known that I’ve never really been much for pink until now. For some reason, I’ve been craving it. Like, when I see it I just want to bite into it, you know? (Rest assured, I will never bite a flower unless it’s broccoli.)
For great storage ideas! Here are some that I love so far:
Mason jar storage featured on Weeping Cherries.
Perfect for all my crafting nic-naks! From minlillaveranda.
Oh. My. Goodness. No words. This is my favorite thing ever. From Flax and Spindle.
Super cool repurposed coffee cans from The Neatery. Such a great DIY!
Do you have any clever storage solution ideas that make your life easier? Share!
Here are some places I’ve pinned to my “Put That in My Home” board on Pinterest. Which of these places would you like to be this weekend?
1. Isn’t this reading nook breath-taking? Can’t you just imagine the smell of those hydrangeas, the crisp pages of a good book crinkling, and the sound of light rain tapping the windows?
2. As of late, I’ve fallen in love with the industrial-vintage look. I just love the way the clean lines mix with the rough-hewn charm of vintage, weathered accessories.
3. So clever! And a simple project for the weekend warrior looking to revamp their space with a laid-back feel. I love the use of bamboo hangers to display the screen prints!
4. Apparently the Picassa album I pinned this from no longer exists, but I love it anyway! If anyone knows the source, just post it in the comments. I love the muted citrus color palette and the floor-to-ceiling wall decor. What’s your favorite part of this space?
5. I’m in love with the clean, simple organization of this kitchen nook … there’s order, but the space still looks delightfully lived-in. Nate and I got the magnetic spice-jars like that for our wedding (thanks, Quinn & Matt!), but we have yet to find a large piece of metal like that to display them free-form (right now they’re on their original display will a special place for each spice). I’ve thought about using a cookie sheet, suggestions?
So, there’s the rundown! Make sure to check them out at the websites below. I found them on some spectacular design sites. Be sure to share any amazing places you find in the comments below!