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Friday Favorites 8.12.16

Once again, I’ve spent way too much time staring at dreamy homes and projects on the internet. Here are a few of my favorite finds from around the web this week. Let me know which one is your favorite! And go here to see last week’s favorites.

Stunning collection of ironstone in an antiques dealer's home.


I never met a piece of ironstone I didn’t love and I’m drooling over this collection. Take a tour of this amazing home owned by an antiques dealer here.

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Banana bread on a pretty aqua plate

Magnolia Market

Banana bread never looked so good. From Magnolia Market is a recipe for banana bread that I’m dying to try. And after seeing this photo I want to add these blue dishes to my wish list. For the recipe go here.

Love these handmade driftwood vases with cotton stems.

Charleston and Co.

Last weekend we were in Nashville and stopped by the West Elm store. While we were there we visited and bought some of these adorable locally made driftwood vases from an in-store pop up shop by Charleston and Co.. I can’t wait to add them to our mantel. You can see them in her etsy shop here

Beautiful place setting with jute placemat on a whitewashed table.

Refresh Restyle

Debbie at Refresh Restyle always has the best projects. This gorgeous table setting sits on top of a table that she gave an amazing makeover with paint. Hop over and see all the details here.

These are so pretty! DIY pressed flower artwork.

On Sutton Place

Aren’t these pressed flower art prints pretty? And you can make them yourself with just a few simple supplies. Ann at On Sutton Place has the easy tutorial for them here.

Dreamy Scandinavian style


One of my favorite eye candy blogs, Vibeke always has the dreamiest photos including this one with pink geraniums, old books, grain sack, and a time worn table. Go here to be inspired by her Scandinavian style.

Gorgeous piece. Can you believe that her 12 year old grandaughter painted it and picked out the knobs?

Petticoat Junktion

What if I told you that the paint colors and knobs were chosen by a 12 year old? And then what if I told you that she painted it and installed the knobs? It’s true. My friend Kathy at Petticoat Junktion has taught her grandaughter well and she did this gorgeous project by herself. To see all the details go here.

These are just a few of the beautiful things I’ve seen on the web this week. Follow along on pinterest, instagram, and facebook to see more of the things that catch my eye and inspire me. And subscribe to email updates here and you won’t miss a thing.

What has inspired you recently?

Coming up Sunday – a new Sunday Open House series kicks off with a tour of a home that will make your jaw drop. You’re going to want to take your time and soak up every detail of this incredibly dreamy home.

Thanks for dropping by.



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