I’m moving into a new casita so things have been a little hectic on the home front. I secretly love moving because I get to work with a whole new space and figure out how to make everything work all over again, and I have to admit that even though I haven’t unpacked boxes of pots and pans, I’ve hung all of my art and found time to locate boxes of throw pillows and put up a Christmas tree…important things first right?
Meanwhile, I’ve been searching for the perfect coral for my office. Not too pink, not too orange. I narrowed it down to Benjamin Moore’s ‘Bullseye Red’ and ‘Bird of Paradise’ and decided to go with Bird of Paradise. I’ll post pics once I get furniture in there. Happy Tuesday! xx MRS
If you are noticing that horrible painting to my right it was done by yours truly in like 1998 and my mom insists on hanging it in her kitchen for all to see! These pies are my grandmother Weedie’s special recipe and we make them every year with pure cane syrup, it is so rich that you really and truly can have one and only one slice. Later this week we are heading out to the hill country to celebrate T-Giving with family- the pic below was taken in summer when it was super dry but I’ve heard there is some amazing fall foliage going on this year. So excited!
Have a great week! xx MRS
Benjamin Moore Heavenly Blue and Sage Tint. Sage Tint is gorgeous in a master bedroom and I love it in a bath with white marble and polished nickel fixtures.
Benjamin Moore Colony Green. Reads a little more gray. Stunning color to use when you want to create a cozy space without going dark.
Benjamin Moore Gray Owl. I use this color all the time. It’s reads white with a hint of gray-green and I like to do Decorator’s White on the ceiling because it’s super white which makes the Gray Owl pop a little more. When I use one of the blue/gray colors above on the walls, I like to use Benjamin Moore Ivory White on the trim and Benjamin Moore Alabaster on the ceiling. Happy painting! xx MRS