Today’s post is a bit of a mix-up. I just wanted to share some black and white photos¬†I¬†have recently snapped.
I saw this accordion at the St. Jacobs antique mall and loved the bedazzled scroll work.
Rox-Anne and I enjoyed a¬†great brunch at the¬†relatively new Gilt Restaurant in¬†Kitchener a few weeks ago here in KW. The restaurant is ideally located at King & Victoria, and the food and decor were both impressive. Here’s a quick peek at the washroom entry.
And since I’m on the bathroom train, I just loved the black and white hex flooring in the bathroom at Toronto’s Royal Alexandra¬†theatre.¬†What a pretty border!
Black and white is classic!
No, I’m not getting a dog.¬†But I do think dalmatians are beautiful,¬†and¬†I love how¬†dalmatian dots inspire art and¬†interior design.
Dalmation stapler, $24, Anthropologie
dalmation photograph, $27, Etsy
Naomi Campbell, photo by Peter Lindbergh for Vogue US 1990; source
dalmatian tote, $225, Milly
via Twirling Clare
Dalmation print, $7, Chapters-Indigo
via Inside Out Design
via The Design Files
A day late with the Friday Five this week but nevermind…here we are now. I hope you all had a wonderful week. What are your weekend plans?
I was due to attend Art Toronto but I couldn’t make it in the end (the first time in a few years). I know it was another great success and I hope to be back into my Art Toronto-attending routine next year.
Thought I’d wrap up the week with some art anyway – this time with black and white line drawings from UK-artist¬†¬†Ian Stevenson.
A Royal Mug
Turn it Off
Duke, my oldest nephew, turns 4 today. This little guy currently is fascinated by tornadoes…
Random fact – Duke thinks I am going to send him a tray of meatballs. Yes – quite the imagination at 4 years old! I’m not going to be the one to tell him that I’ve never actually made meatballs and I doubt Canada Post would mail them to NYC even if I did make them. The little cutie definitely keeps me entertained!
Happy Birthday Duke!