Saturday, May 12, 2012

A little pop of color

For those of you that know me, you may be aware of the fact that:

1. I like to rearrange things.  Like I like it a lot. 
2. My wardrobe consists of items that are black, white or grey. 
3. I am not a fan of natural wood in cabinets, furniture and the like.
4.  I like all things vintage, including  vintage sheets and Pyrex, just to name a few.
5. I really love paper and buntings.

So when spring arrived I put some of collections to work in my living room.  
Scott thinks it looks like a kids room.  
I think it is fitting for the room we spend the most time in as a family :) 

 Look! My plants are still alive! 
And I snuck in a few paper flowers just in case they didn't make it.  
So far, so good.
 My inspiration came from Pinterest where a girl had strung about 8 different buntings and garlands on a wall in her living room. 
Check out my other inspirational pins on my For the Home board.
  And stop over any time. The coffee is always on.


JAN said...

I always enjoy coming to your house because every time I come it is different, but it's always warm and inviting. I love it!!

Heather said...

Kellee~!! You are such a girl after my own art. Until now I've never had any friends who appreciated vintage decor the way I do. You do it much better than me, too!

{Can I play the "we only rent" card? No?}

I'm a black thumb, too. Succulents are always good for our types ;)

Lauren said...

I am totally impressed that you have multiple live plants in your house. Way to go! And I just realized your trip to my house this summer is already way to short. There's not going to be enough time to eat queso AND redo my entire house. Agh!!

I love your style. Your living room makes me happy.

Lauren said...

way *too* short

Mom said...

That's good way to describe it Lauren. It truly does make me feel happy too. Beautiful colors!

I have a good iced mocha recipe to go with this room, Kel. Although this may be more like a raspberry lemonade room. Either way, deliciousness all around.

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