I’ve Got a Fever, and the Only Prescription is More…Color

I have mooned over our West Elm Bulls-Eye rug before, so you know that I’m not shy about decorating with color.  On these cold, gray Midwestern days, when just about everyone you know if recovering from some illness or another, it’s color that keeps my spirits up.  And shopping.

21/365 rainbows and rappers #365project

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I wanted to pull the colors of the rug up onto the more neutral tweed of these swivel chairs with these Crate and Barrel pillows (no longer available).

29/365 I need more rainbows #365project

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Between the pair of swivel chairs, on the occasional table which is another to-do-list project, are more bright accessories.  The dino planter from Red Envelope was a Christmas gift for my husband, and I plan to fill it with succulents soon.  Okay, so I originally bought it for me.  But all boys love dinosaurs, right?  Now it’s one of those it’s-a-funny-story things that make me smile.  The chevron storage boxes on the table’s lower shelf were from Tuesday Morning last summer.

22/365 understand rap #365project

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My husband picked up the rap lyrics book while we were Christmas shopping at Black Sheep Gifts in Historic Irvington.  Sometimes the best gifts are the ones you buy yourself; this thing is hilarious.  We love Black Sheep and highly recommend it if you are in the Indianapolis area.

Hmm, now I want to go shopping.  More cowbell color!

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One thought on “I’ve Got a Fever, and the Only Prescription is More…Color

  1. Pingback: Gold-Painted Vintage Frames: One Thing Leads to Another | annumography

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