Editor's Note: Today I am wearing a Vince Camuto dress that I found in Riley's closet with a vintage belt that my mother bought in Sante Fe in the 80's, and shoes are Ann Taylor kitten heels.
One of my joys of the weekend is looking at all my Instagram posts and figuring out what I will present on Monday in my blog. I know I put a lot of thought into what I Instagram everyday and I am sure that the people that I follow do the same. This weekend did not disappoint--I found a lot of great images to share! Happy Monday everyone! Make it a bomb diggity kind of week!
Love this kitchen! I love the doors and the beams in the ceiling! Well done!!
What incredible wallpaper in this dining room!
Is this not beautiful? To be a bride and to be surrounded by those pink flowers!
Love the architecture of this building and love that door!! I have a thing about doors if you have not noticed. To me they are the first piece of jewelry of the house that you see!
Beautiful architecture and lighting!
I love the arches and the tile in this patio!
Another great house with beautiful architecture and tile. The windows are stunning!
Oh to be in a sidewalk cafe in Paris! I can close my eyes and be there in two shakes!
This church with that blue sky is incredible beautiful scene!
Love this quote!
What a beautiful moment with the orchids and the beautiful iron railing outside of the window.
What a beautiful view? I would love to experience this some day!
This garden is so elegant!
I love everything about this walkaway--the architecture and the lighting!
Incredible dress, incredible room, incredible photograph!
I don't know which one still the scene in this photo--the purse or the dog?!
This toile from La Manufacture Royale was the first toile that Jean-Baptiste Huet designed for Oberkampf's factory at Jouy-0en-Josas. I was fascinated reading about this toile on Christopher Moore's Instagram page. Toile always tell a story and this one is incredible!
These balloons in the streets of Warsaw were fascinating to me!
Oh this lavender field is so beautiful!
The red door in this hallway really called my name!
Another door that spoke to me! I love the juxtaposition of this door against the wall color!
What a beautiful post from Sanderson! I love their fabrics!
Oh how I love Paris! I have had the pleasure of going six times. Can't wait to go back!
Love this Asmara Rug!
What a beautiful post from Brunschwig & Fils! Love the fabric and the wallpaper.
This needs to go in my Steel Magnolia montage!
I have been hustling everyday for the past 26 years! Hustling pays off!
Steel Magnolia Tip #22: Dance like no one is looking!
Dinner was a spicy ground beef from Central Market served with a salad from Central Market that had walnuts, cheese, cranberries, onions, celery and a delicious dressing all in its own little tube. Delicious!
I am still listening to this station on Pandora! I am still finding songs that I forgot about and I am loving them all!