image source; pompeli
Finishing off the week with a little bit of pink door inspiration. I’m obsessed with this soft blush hue – it’s been all over my wardrobe lately, and it’s definitely been spilling over into other parts of our house over the last couple of months. While a pink door isn’t on the cards for us any time soon, I have a feeling that this dreamy mongolian fur pillow from West Elm will be making its way into our bedroom in the coming weeks…
image source; rebecca judd loves
As if you didn’t know how truly obsessed I am with pink right now (I type as I sit here in a pink pleated skirt and pink mules), when I spotted this petal pink hued bathroom via Rebecca Judd Loves, I just had to share. Aside from feeling modern, fresh, and just a little bit girly, this is the kind of ensuite I aspire to; dual sinks, generous helpings of marble, accents of gold, and not to mention two showers and a bath – well, there’s little more a girl could ask for.
source; kate la vie
Perhaps a little (too) inspired by the 2016 Pantone Colour of the Year, all things pink have been slowly creeping into my wardrobe, bedroom, and living room. It’s little surprise that it’s not really much to Luke’s taste (I did manage stop short of going full hog with petal pink flannelette sheets…), though I’m loving the softness that it adds to our home, given that the two of us tend to gravitate to all things black, grey and white. Currently at the top of my home decor wishlist however, is not a couple of new sidetables for our bedroom, but this muted blush velvet armchair from West Elm that I’ve been eyeing up for the better part of this year. Is it too soon to say that I’m fairly certain I can sneak this into our living room post-wedding?
source; henry bourne
I love the idea of an impressively grand painting being one of the first things to greet you as you step foot in your home. Currently, I’ve got my eye on this artwork by Harland Miller – I figure art’s supposed to imitate life… or is it the other way around…? x