A look back on some of the interesting things from the past week on Instagram….
|How we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. You can pin that if you want. #Meaningful #DIY #Crafty #CherishedMemories|
|The foodie vs. the “beige diet”|
|They grow up so fast ….|
|Tomorrow night! If hymns aren’t your thing, come late for an epic U2 sing-along.|
|Happy place! Finding Neverland at @segerstomarts|
|#TBT to back when 4 of 4 were willing to cuddle. Numbers are much lower today. 😢|
|Just wanted to share how hard I’m nailing the “check your child’s work” game this year. (Mid-September I was totally owning it!)|
|If you are ever in the market for a cute mid-century sofa, I got this one last year and I love it SO MUCH. It’s a great nubby neutral tweed and it’s decently comfortable (for a structured sofa.) And it’s only $850 on Amazon with free delivery. I just ordered a second one for our living room and not have a red one in the garage.|
Okay people. I need help solving a design dilemma in my new house: overhead lighting. I went big on a couple statement chandeliers . . . one over the dining room table (this guy from West Elm: http://bit.ly/2nNfvPH) and two that hang over the kitchen island (these bold chandeliers from CB2: http://bit.ly/2nN5YrW). But I have two other spots that require lighting, and whatever I put there needs to hang from a sloped ceiling. What do I do to avoid a maze of pendant lights? There’s no attic space for recessed lighting and a flush-mounted light would look weird hanging at an angle. Help!
|#adultpartysnacks @gergerdee_z @shesgonnalive @fmorton @cindyt91011 @wizardkiller @chadmarkley|