The one thing about the weather right now in Savannah, is that one day you could be wearing think cozy winter-type socks, and the next minute be grabbing your towel and a good book to head to the beach for a bit. I kind of love this bi-polar weather, it makes sure that things stay fresh.

I’m also dreaming of all the colors that spring will bring here…so, wah-bam, here are some items that would pair perfectly with this weird weather, and my serious need for pops of color. If you saw me day-to-day you’d seriously be thinking the same thing…I don’t think I’ve worn colors other than black, brown, and tan for quiiiite some time now. Yikes.

I’ve also been on the look-out for some kelly green work pants; I might have found my match!

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A blog dedicated to my favorite glyph of all time? Why yes, please, I’ll sooo have another.

Please take a gander at the lovely assortment of found and designed ampersands at The Ampersand. Now here goes my productivity…how gorgeous are these?!

All I can say is “whaaaat!?” These are beyond neat, and make me want to go run into the forest to make art. Now.

This is an ongoing series of constructed photographs rooted in the forest. These works, carried out in Surrey, Hampshire and Wales,involve site specific interventions in the landscape, ‘wrapping’ trees with white material to construct a visual relationship between tree, not-tree and the line of horizon according to the camera’s viewpoint.


Wow, oh wow. Can I have it all please? From the colors to the space, to THAT POOL, I think I’ve found my dream home. I seriously can’t stop thinking about this space since I spotted it around pinterest last week.

Of course, the owner is an interior stylist…Heather Nette King…who else could create such a fantastic place? Not I, not I. She lives in this home with her husband and two daughters. Her husband must be some great catch if he can live in this pink wonderland of a home!


Just. Lovely.

This, and other works by Jude Landry, HERE.

Jude seems to be the best kind of designer, the kind that doesn’t let personal aesthetics get in the way of conceptual thinking and design. The kind of designer I sometimes forget to be.