Monthly Archives: April 2010

rainbows and stars

My blog readers have probably come to realize now that I write about an eclectic range of topics. I like to keep a lot of interests across different design mediums, and life in general because it acts as inspiration for … Continue reading

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american style

So, a little information on me: My 2nd job was at American Eagle Outfitters. I was 19, right out of high school. I thought the job was pretty fun, it involved clothes, and I ‘complained’ that employees had to wear … Continue reading

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what girl doesn’t love horses!

Wanted to share this photo by Dusty Brown Photography. I have always been a big fan of horses and enjoyed the few times I went horse back riding. They are such majestic creatures, and it stumps me why a beast … Continue reading

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can’t get over headbands

Oh how I wish I had nothing else to spend my money on except frilly things such as this beaded feather headband by Ban.Do. I guess the other part of the equation is you have to have the right event … Continue reading

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discovering my style

Grass! So popular in room decor these days it seems, but I plan to design my living room with a unique twist: a Lake Michigan Dune theme. I thought this was the closest picture to what I had in my … Continue reading

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throw farm themed kids’s birthday

I came across this photograph by Seth Smoot and instantly thought about how I want to throw a farm animal themed party for a small child! (Wait, I don’t have kids!). Nevertheless, how adorable and has this theme been done?! … Continue reading

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sunroom makeover

I just discovered and I must say I am simply inspired. This young married couple did an insanely amazing job of making a 50 year old house look completely modern. If they can do that with a 50 year … Continue reading

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