Oh Ralph, you've done it again....
Look at the beautiful patina in the wood work.
I love the color of those doors.
|Michael Smith |
I just took this fabric to my upholster to have a pillow made......its by Lee Jofa...
I can't wait to see it!
Can you guess who designed this room?
She has a way of weaving her name through out her designs...
|Phillip Sides, Traditional Home|
What do you think about green and blue together? I do think we will see more of it...
I just bought these Porcelain Jars for a client...
They are gorgeous!
Do you like them?
|Pastels and White Blog|
I thought I would share with you some of the furniture I have been buying for a client.....
They aren't blue, but the room they're going into is...
I'll show pictures later.
This cabinet was used in our clients living room.
And this chandelier....it's so pretty in person!
Don't forget to check out the Pink Pagoda Blog here...
and thanks for being patient with me!
I can't wait to talk to you all.....
I was just thinking of you yesterday! So glad to see your back and joining the party. Your images are sensational, as I'm seeing the majority of them for the first time. And that's refreshing! I too think we will be seeing touches of green with blue. Looking forward to seeing how your new items are going to look in your clients home.ReplyDelete
That blue and white Lee Jofa pattern is one of my favorites!! LOVE LOVE!ReplyDelete
So glad you are back,we missed you! I am sending good thoughts to your son and parents,you are quite a strong lady! Of course a gorgeous post, and yes green with blue and white is a definite fave of mine these day!ReplyDelete
Hi Julie, glad you are back. I missed you too. One day at a time....with everything. Nice to see you posting again and what a beautiful post.ReplyDelete
WELCOME BACK Julie!! So good to see you here, hope your son is on the mend, I can imagine how terrifying it must have been. Love this post and that Lee Jofa fabric is soooooo beautiful! I cannot wait to see it done. Stay well and your words of wisdom are right on the money.ReplyDelete
Oh Julie...I am so sorry to hear of these events in your life. I hope things are getting better for you. Love your new projects of course:)ReplyDelete
So wonderful to see you back, and in such gorgeous style. I am so sorry that you've struggled the past few months - my parents were both ill this time last year and it was the most difficult time I've been through in my life so far, so I can only imagine how challenged you've been. Hope you are on the other side now. Sending prayers and hugs. XOReplyDelete
Goodness, I didn't know were going through such a tough time! I hope everyone is on the mend now! Love your blue and white pics and love your furniture choices for your client - looking forward to seeing the completed project. xx SharonReplyDelete
Welcome back Julie! We missed you. I am so sorry for your son's accident and your parents illnesses, but I hope everyone is on the mend. Love your inspiration and client finds today. xo NancyReplyDelete
Goodness, I had no idea you were going through such a hard time! I hope the worst is over and everyone is on the mend. I love your blue and white pics and also love your furniture choices for your client. I'm looking forward to seeing the completed project. xx SharonReplyDelete
So happy to see a post this morning and a blue and white post all the better. Glad you are able to participate in blogland a little bit. Your presence was missed, xo KathysueReplyDelete
Beautiful post, and welcome back! Sending prayers and positive thoughts your way!!ReplyDelete
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I'm a fan of blue and white, with a little green thrown in. I hope your family is doing better. That's wonderful your friends were able to be there for you. It's such a humbling feeling. I'm glad to see you back!ReplyDelete
Julie, So glad you're back and I hope things are much better for you. I have loved blue and white for as long as I can remember and you're right….the store have had "nothing" blue for a long, long time. I have noticed it's coming into some stores like you said and I hope the trend continues. Thanks for the wonderful blue and white inspiration!ReplyDelete
Welcome back Julie! Gorgeous images filled with south inspiration. The Lee Jofa fabric is stunning and I need to find that chandelier .. It's exactly what I'm looking for. Pastels and white.. very pretty!ReplyDelete
Hi Julie - Great to have you back!! And sharing such lovely and inspiring images! Bring on the blue and white, I say. Take care, LReplyDelete
Hope things are going well. Stay strong!ReplyDelete
So glad you're back. And what a great return, blue and white! I love that hutch piece you purchased for your client and the blue and white Lee Joffa fabric will make an amazing pillow.
Happy New Year.
Welcome back, Julie!! We so missed the beautiful posts from the two of you, and hoping for continued health for your family. Blue and white is such a favorite of ours and your images are gorgeous. Loving the Lee Jofa fabric and can't wait to see the rooms that get the amazing new pieces of furniture!!ReplyDelete
It's great to have you back, Julie! I'm so sorry for your rough road lately, thank goodness for friends we can lean on when the going gets tough!ReplyDelete
Funny that while we don't know one another, I found myself missing you and wondering how you were doing. You are one of my daily reads in blog land. I sincerely hope a speedy recovery for your son, and that your folks are doing better themselves. Take care of one another, and of course do take time for yourself. As a caregiver, you must be able to take care of your needs ( no matter how small) so that you can be there for those who need you. Be well.....ReplyDelete
Glad things are getting to be more "normal" for you, and hope all are well. Those are lovely pictures today.ReplyDelete
Praying for you and your family!ReplyDelete
Love all these images you have come up with! That first bedroom...such a great play with patterns! And you are so right that the patina in the woodwork photo is gorgeous! Thanks for sharing!
Friends and family make life worth living....it's great to be able to rely on them when you need them. I'm thinking of you and praying for the best.ReplyDelete
Welcome back - you've been missed and we're happy to hear that things are on the mend for you and your family! We love blue and white and we love blue and green so we're happy to see these color combos for spring.ReplyDelete
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Hi there Julie! Glad you are back and still have such a positive and happy outlook...sometimes it's really hard. Love your images, blue and white has always been a favorite tooReplyDelete
Julie, nice to meet you, Blue and white in what ever design is the best. Nice post.ReplyDelete
So nice to see a post from you! Your positive outlook will continue to serve you well. And a big yes - I love those porcelain jars. Lucky client!!ReplyDelete
I am so glad you are back, I have thought of you so often.
I'm not a huge blue person but don't mind in pillows and accents. I love the green and YES, love them together!
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dear sweet julie, you have been so very missed!!!ReplyDelete
and as usual you come back strong and spot on. love that cabinet for your client.
blessings for everyone in your family and for your strength
So sorry for all the difficulties and illness, Julie. Glad you're getting things back to normal. Love the blue and white too!ReplyDelete
Great attitude, Julie. It is so difficult to maintain perspective when our world has turned upside down. Good to hear from you. Stay strong. Yes, I LOVE those porcelain jars -- so pretty!ReplyDelete
If that cabinet is available where would I find it? Thanks, AnnReplyDelete