Friday Collections

July 8, 2011

DESIGN

It’s been quite a week around esta casa. But even during a crazy week (ESPECIALLY during a crazy week), I’m thankful to be able to find quiet moments of inspiration around the internet. Here is what struck my fancy this week…

This red, brown and white color scheme found at The Lennoxx was so striking. And now I want to repaint my study. Again.

Ever since I discovered all zucchini and squash were out to kill me, I’ve been searching for a replacement recipe for crisp, summery gazpacho. I think I found it here at The Curvy Carrot. Gazpacho is one of those love-or-hate dishes. Which camp do you fall in?

Do you know about urban fairies? They totally exist. Have you ever been somewhere that they live?

I stumbled across this Pinterest board all about Zentangles. Have you ever seen this? It’s a new movement of doodling that offers some focus and peace – all within a 15 minute session. I’m sort of fascinated with the whole concept as a rabid doodler. What if your doodles really had some purpose?

This necklace. Oh, people. It’s like tiny ocean drops. Swoon. From Paolo Costagli, who I may adore now.

In case you missed it – I was over at momtastic talking about ways to wear the summer’s hottest coral shades. You should totally try it.

Hope all of you have a wonderful weekend! We’re off to finally get Leah to sleepaway camp this summer! Can’t wait to tell you about the trip. xo

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3 Responses to “Friday Collections”

  1. Knighton Says:

    Love me some zentangles. Avid practitioner over here! 😀

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    • Pam Says:

      The zentangles look a bit “scientific” for me. I think I’m more of a broad stroke and color girl, but I’m fascinated by the theory. Also that whole ink and paper obsession I have… :)

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      • Knighton Says:

        I keep a set of fine point sharpies and a stack of unlined note cards with me at all times. You never know when a zentangle or other doodle art is going to break out.

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