Friday's New Series | < Simple Inspirations >

Feb 6, 2015

Today's the day! The Friday's List series is officially retiring. Although it was fun, I'm excited to be revealing a new Friday Series.

I wanted to shift the focus from lists about anything and everything, to something more in tune with what this blog is about, which is finding inspiration....being simply inspired. I also thought it was important that the series be useful and purposeful to you who are reading this little blog of mine. The new series, Simple Inspirations, will be a mixed collection of images from around the web that I think (or hope!) you will find either interesting or inspirational, perhaps even both.

I would love to hear your feedback on the new series, is there anything in particular you'd like to see?

1. via // this photo perfectly captures the beauty of mixing textures. the same can be applied to styling your home. if your space is looking or feeling a little drab, try injecting a variety of textures, like leather, wool and cotton.

2. via // a welcoming bed made with fresh and fun prints. my favourite contrast, white and brown. beautiful wood detailing.

3. via // a cozy little nook to help survive the cold and dark winter. neutral colours and natural elements. (anyone else dying to curl up under that heavy wool throw?)

4. via // even more calming & neutral colors. hot pads don't have to be dated or boring. these stylish ones have me thinking of making my own.

5. via // aztec and tribal prints are everywhere right now, whether you prefer it on your clothing or throughout your home decor. if you prefer a small dose, stick with just one pillow, like this one I found on Etsy.

6. via // white and brown again, & of course, stunning nature covered in snow & ice. the winter isn't so bad when you're surrounded with scenery like this.

7. via // most people are packing up for trips to the sunny south, but this image has convinced me that a winter trip to Iceland would be worth it.

As you can tell, I don't have spring on my mind just yet. I am still savouring the last few weeks of winter and the inspiration, natural elements and colours that come with it.

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