Adorning one’s own wrists with baubles, bracelets, bangles, watches (sometimes more than one), and tattoos is de rigueur it seems because images are popping up everywhere on my radar.
Elle McPherson was the first person I noticed in the fashion world adorning her wrist with an assortment of baubles, including a Rolex Daytona men’s watch.
This little trend most likely came about from humble beginnings such as having no where else to put a spare hair band. Now friendship bracelets of all designs are being piled up our wrists.
Why not try going through that box of old forgotten jewellery you keep somewhere in the back of your closet because there is bound to be something interesting you can give new life to there, or maybe if you ask nicely your grandma will let you raid her box of trinkets, you could, or at the very least, steal (sorry, borrow) your man’s watch. Whatever works, cause it seems to!
It’s Friday and it’s been a big week. Let’s not get into anything too serious today, let me just leave you with a few images that I’m loving right now, some of them give me something to think about (nothing too brain-draining of course) and some of them simply make me smile. I hope they make you smile too.
I’m working on finding a look for our bedroom (this is a project that has been on-going for some time) and I like the simplicity of this room, but enjoy the light splashes of colour from the linen and texture from the furniture.
This style of French upholstered bed is my dream. I love the idea of this style of bed, but the reality is that my husband’s feet would be forced to hang over the side to accommodate his height. Maybe I could get one for the guest bedroom? Of course there would have to be a guest bedroom in our house first though.
I love the open-plan of this room. One large space shared for a variety of family oriented purposes. It is definitely nice to watch the children while preparing dinner and to then be able to eat together while enjoying a lovely view.
I would love a chair like this in my bedroom, or in a reading nook. Just for me, for no one else. Thank you.
No bench space, not much storage, not much light, but character and lots of it. I have had many kitchens just like this one and it is amazing how I managed to cook huge family meals in such a small space.
The Leica Hèrmes M7 limited edition camera. This will forever remain on my wish list, and that’s ok because some things are just not meant to be.
Enjoy your weekend!