This board was inspired by my trip to London last week where it seemed that hot pink was punching me everywhere I looked!
column 1: Boutonniere via Martha Stewart Weddings | Ferris Wheel Photo pinned via Flickr | Interior with bicycle via Apartment Therapy
column 2: Dress via Sterling Style | Ranunculus pinned via Flickr
Chocolate brown is a natural color that gives a sense of strength and reliability. It brings feelings of warmth, comfort, and security. It is often described as down-to-earth, but brown can also be sophisticated. It happens to make me hungry for chocolate!
Row 1: Steampunk dress from Clockwork Couture | Dress via Oscar de la Renta
Row 2: Pine Cone Bouquet by Rustic Wedding Chic | Bourbon Chocolate Milkshake by West Egg Cafe, Atlanta | Chocolate Stout Cake by My Baking Addiction
While sipping homemade limoncello at a small family restaurant in Brooklyn, I noticed how vibrant its presence was on the table as it sat in front of everyone in our group. Yellow is one of the most attention-getting colors in the palette. It’s cheery and warm and can have quite a pop in the smallest amounts as well.
Row 1: Photo by Kristian Schuller | Pinned via create.find.admire
Row 2: Ginger Lemonade by Rachel Cooks Thai | Photo by Sherri Conley | Dried Pineapple Flowers by Annie’s Eats
Green has calming qualities, but mint green is the more modest, insightful and kind-hearted side of green. Do you think that is why it is such a hot color this spring?
Row 1: Pinned via We Heart It | Photo by Laura L. Ruth
Row 2: Mini cake by The Happy Home | VW pinned via Happiness Is…