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weekend+notes | 4.28.23

This week centered around catching up on business items following our out-of-town trip to Charleston, returning to cooler than normal temperatures, planning a couple of last-minute morning coffee dates and painting a hutch for my friend in D.C. for her son's new place in Georgetown. She selected a gorgeous deep blue shade from CeCe Caldwell's chalk paint line called Newport Navy that turned out much like a distressed vintage pair of jeans. It was perfect.

Hope everyone had a wonderful week... happy Friday.

Enjoy your plans for the weekend!

weekend+notes | 4.28.23

  1. If you are cultivating a vegetable garden, this step-by-step guide shows you how to create your own tomato cages that are both a useful and pretty architectural addition.

  2. The cutest Swedish cottage that is astonishingly located within the city center of Gothenburg near where my husband grew up.

  3. A list of sustainable habits to work towards in celebration of Earth Day this month.

  4. Carve out a little spot for a potting bench to garden throughout the spring and summer seasons.

  5. Steal these simple laundry tips to restore your whites.

  6. With the recent trend towards everything neutral, newly released Charm School: The Schumacher Guide to Traditional Decorating for Today is a refreshing vision on how well colorful patterns and classic styling play together.

  7. Loved scrolling through the collection of calling cards from various notable artists that were donated to The Met by F. C. Schang - a prominent agent in the music industry from the 1930s through the 1970s.

  8. Most airlines now send out an early notification that allows you to check-in for an upcoming flight. This article from Travel+Leisure explains why it can be important to take advantage of that feature.

  9. Beautiful beach-style home interior - browse through the rest of the portfolio samplings on the Amy Studebaker Design website.

  10. A round-up of inspirational outdoor dining area ideas.

  11. Are you incorporating enough biophilic design into your home?

  12. How fun is this idea for May Day baskets?

  13. The most incredible floral backdrops ever...



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