Thursday, May 15

Some blog Love

That last month of nesting left me with an overload of interior decorating listings on my bloglines. With their daily beautiful posts, plus some lovely home magazines generously given to me by a friend and blog reader, Karen, my brain is swimming in ideas for the currently gutted half of our home!
Let me share some beauty and home resources with you!

Cote de Texas
describes her blog as French design on the Texas Coast. I appreciate how she delves into different styles of design, guaranteeing that no post will ever be the same or bore you with the same style of photographs over and over.
I love the above photo of a kitchen that she posted. (By the way, if any of these photos belong to the bloggers I mention and you'd like them removed, just let me know.)

The Inspired Room is one of my favorite blogs to check in on, lately leaving me full of gorgeous outdoor photos and longing for the day when I don't have a 90 pound puppy chewing on my porch railings....I don't mind that I cannot read most of what is written on this blog, Min Lilla Veranda, so nice are the photos. I'm visual and so it's very hard for me to concentrate on blogs without photos.... I love copper fixture over the kitchen sink, the farm sink, the open shelving, and the soapstone counter tops.

Even though there haven't been new posts in a while, Row House has a great tutorial here on making a chalkboard wall in your home that is so practical and beautiful and trendy.
Pour a cup of something caffeinated and enjoy!

2 comments:

Melissa @ The Inspired Room said...

Thank you so much for including me in this post, I really appreciate it! You have some great links here, some of which I recognize and some not! I will enjoy browsing through some new blogs, thank you!

Blessings,
Melissa

Cote de Texas said...

Thank you for your kind words!!! I'm glad you think the style of my picrures are diverse! Sometimes I wonder???

p.s. I love that picture of you with your baby - it's SO SO SO sweet!!!!

Thanks again, I appreciate this more than you know.
Joni