With Thanksgiving coming up next week, I feel like everywhere I turn I’m surrounded by oranges and browns. And while pumpkins and leaves look perfectly radiant in orange, I must admit it’s not one of my favorite colors. So I just couldn’t bring myself to do a “Harvest” palette, as I feel the season dictates. (If that makes me a party pooper, wait till you see how I feel about red and green next month!)
Instead, I found inspiration in this photo of a sunny field. It feels like summer is on it’s way out, but the light is still warm and the flowers are still in bloom, and that captures how I feel about the seasons right now. I do love Fall, but when it gets cold, I get a little cranky. (Or a lot, if you believe my husband and kids.)
So for now, I choose to think warm summery thoughts while I’m getting a head start on my Thanksgiving cooking.
Just kidding, if you’ve been reading along with me for any time now, you know I hate to cook and I certainly don’t get started early on anything!
I’ll be surfing Pinterest, looking for pictures of sunny things, if anyone’s looking for me…
Speaking of flowers, Caroline from FTD.com (Did you know they have a fab design blog?) shared this genious infographic with me recently knowing my passion for color and decorating, and I thought I’d pass it along to you. Enjoy!
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