Can I talk about how much I hate filling in the “subject” line of blog posts? I feel like it’s so incredibly difficult to come up with something that will make you want to immediately read what is to follow. I mean I only go to blogs to look at the pretty pictures and never even notice the subject line. I say just get to the point because I want to get to the pictures and the point of this post is lighting. Heck, we’re not even gonna talk about it really. I just pulled together these lamps I’m obsessed with and am just leaving it at that. Well, that’s a lie. I’m actually “talking” about lighting because when I walk into my apartment at night, I enter into darkness because there is no light to turn on. I’m working on fixing that problem. Hopefully I can conjure up one of these babies for my living room so when I flip the switch I see one of these beauties staring back at me. (I wish)
Okay, now for what you’re really here for:
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(Apologizes for misleading links. These lamp links were found a long time ago so their original sources are not the same. It will lead you to the sight it was found.)
And “Moody Monday” continues with a cabin look for those of us who like to experience woodsy living in style, or if you’re wanting an outdoor feel in your tiny city apartment.
#1: Danish Modern Blue Pottery Hanging Light | #2: Floral Print by Britt Hermann | #3: Vintage Organ Coast painting | #4: Stump side table at Anthropologie | #5: Knit Pillow (unknown) | #6: Vintage Deco Leather sofa | #7: Sugar Rocker from Sweet Modern Seat | #8: Tribe rug by Matthew Williamson | #9: Potted cacti | #10: Visiona Cotton Laura Woven Throw Blanket | #11: Plates by Laura Mckibbon | #12: Red floor lamp | #13: Nadal Jute Ottoman
So I’m going to attempt to create some kind of style or mood board every Monday (hints the name “Moody Monday” – because who isn’t…). I figured if I assigned a certain topic to a day of the week, it would make posting a bit easier and more consistent. I’m still trying to figure out Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Oh yeah, and Friday. So…I’ve got some brainstorming to do.
Anyway, to start off the first official Moody Monday post, I’ve got a living room for those girly, modern, rustic ladies out there. I’m really into these colors right now (coral, cyan, olive, black & white, and turquoise). They keep popping up in my pins (I do A LOT of pinning these days).
#1: Bat art from Jon Contino | #2: Vintage mountain-scape at One Kings Lane | #3: Adrian Pearsall sculpted sofa | #4: triangle pillow at FAB.com | #5: Brass branch floor lamp from Joss & Main | #6: Vintage coral mid century chair (unknown) | #7: Floral pillow at Sturbridge Yankee Workshop | #8: California Redwood Slab Coffee Table | #9: Stripe tray (unknown) | #10: Vintage book (unknown) | #11: Brass credenza | #12: Turkish Rug at One Kings Lane
Here are some finds that are great for you vintage loving valentine.
#1: George Mulhauser Plycraft 1960’s Mid Century Modern MR. Chair from RetroLuxeHome | #2: Vintage Raisch Alarm Clock from Best of the Past | #3: 1980s Woven leather smoking loafer from Anatomy Vintage | #4: 1970’s Sweetheart Cherry Red Sweater with Flowers and Heart Print from A Study in Space | #5: Vintage Oak 9 Drawer Library Cabinet on Wheels from Curiosity Vintage | #6: Mid Century Modern brass swan set from Red Hill Home | #7: Awesome sunglasses from MetropolisNYCVintage | #8: Pull down dandelion chart from Bonnie & Bell | #9: Vintage Soviet Telephone from isantiik
Have a lovely day!