I can't even hardly get my head around this bath in a lakeside lodge. Is that a window or a door opening? I've never seen a wall of drapes in a bath, and look at that chandelier and the wood beamed ceilings. And then there is the stone and bath fixture...fantastical.
And then...sometimes it's the just right and comfortable that seems most appealing.
Like this nursery design by Lauren Liess, not over the top, no grand themes, just real, casual and inviting.
And while hardly glamours, this Ironing Mat from Solutions for just under $15 is brilliant. I don't know how many times I've actually tried to get away with throwing down a towel to do a little pressing touch up. It just doesn't work that well, but this would!
Finally, boyfriend jeans. Oh so comfortable to wear, but how do you avoid looking just plain sloppy?
Rachel of The Pink Peonies shares her "secrets" for making boyfriend jeans work:
Secret 1: Mine are not really bf pants, they're just paint old skinnies bought two sizes larger
Secret 2: Choosing a pair with hints of distressed details make all the difference
Secret 3: I rolled the bottoms to get just the right look
After I posted this photo and her tips on the House of Fifty Facebook Page there was a tiny bit of an outcry about her size. Yes, she's tiny and adorable and it would be so easy to feel jealous. But seriously, my hope would be that we can celebrate women of all sizes...we are all built differently!
And on that note, have a splendid weekend!