Of course I still have Paris on my mind even though I’ve been home for a few days. Did you follow along my Instagram photos? Do you want to see more? I have much to share, so stay tuned for those posts in the weeks ahead. For now, here’s a gorgeous Parisian apartment in the 6th arrondissement that could be yours for just over 5 million euros.
All photos from Barnes.
Love to Paris.
After spending much of Friday evening refreshing my Twitter page and reading a ton of news articles, I mostly shut myself off from the online world for the remainder of the weekend. These authors, on the other hand, were able to put their thoughts into words: Amelia Diamond’s Our Thoughts are with the World (via Man Repeller), Jessica Graves’s Vigilant Vulnerability.
How is everyone enjoying Family Day (here in Ontario) and Presidents’ Day (in the USA)? I am completely enjoying having an extra day to do, well, not a whole lot! I still have an annoying cough that is really just slowing me down.¬†It’s very annoying.
A few weeks ago,¬†my Posterjack order arrived, and I couldn’t have been more pleased with the French¬†photo¬†and the white lacquer framing. It’s a beautiful piece. I placed it¬†in several¬†spots around my home before settling on my bedroom. I leaned it over my dresser, lived with it like that for a few days, and realized it¬†was an ideal place to put it. I played around with some minimal styling, too.¬†Have a look…
Style¬†1:¬†set of three hourglass sand timers (the colours match¬†perfectly)
Style¬†2:¬†vintage and new crystal
Thanks to Tim F. & Posterjack for sending me this beautifully framed Parisian photo.
After I¬†featured these black and white photographs, my friend Kathlyn sent me over these photos of one of the¬†bathrooms in her new home.
Gorgeous, right? The wallpaper is¬†so dramatic, and I love the black-framed mirror. What’s¬†even more special about¬†this space (for me, anyway) is that the¬†black and white photos of the ferris wheel are mine. I took them years ago in Paris and Kathlyn blew them up and framed them.¬†I had¬†completely forgotten about the photographs, so to see them now in a new space is awesome.