It seems like overnight these trees blossomed to welcome spring. I wish I knew the name of them because they seem to be lining every street. They smell fresh and clean and have me excited for warmer temperatures.
Do you ever see a home tour / lifestyle shots that make you wonder how they look so easy breezy? That is exactly what happened to me when I saw this interview and photoshoot of Malin Elmlid. Her home and her style is gorgeous, relaxed and girly all at the same time. How does she do it? See the entire interview an tons of photos on Freunde von Freunden.
these have been making the blog rounds lately, but it doesn't mean i want them any less. the insitu wall planters add a grouping of potted beauty to any wall, while the woolly pockets make you feel like you are living in a jungle. visit the woolly pockets gallery for a plethora of ideas for using these pockets.
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