This is a very hard choice- but I think the darker one is for me. Makes you want to cook, doesn't it?
Attending the Chicago Botanic Garden and Antique Show last week, we spotted this
lavender shade in KEW pottery from the Royal Botanic Gardens in London.
Imagine these filled with lavender!
I am noticing many rooms with shades of lavender.
I love when lavender is used as the only color in a neutral room.
Anthropologie's tufted lavender settee- adorable.
Bella Notte- mixing various shades of lavender, pinks and purples.
A masterful mix of colors to create this bed.
Shades of lavender - a great mixture of plates.
A lavender wedding gown!
Beautiful wedding gowns by Samuelle with hints of lavender.
Walking thru Joanne's fabrics on Saturday, I spotted this romantic bolt of crushed antique tulle
with just a hint of lavender to it's color and I could not resist it!
Placing the fresh magnolia branches on the tulle enhanced the soft pale color of the tulle.
Should I make curtains- so airy when flowing from open windows!
Or a ruffled tableskirt- maybe cover a dressing table-
( Off the subject, but another fabulous find at Joannes Fabrics . Embroidered and sequined fabric by
David Tutera. and only $39.99 a yard. It will make a gorgeous tablecloth.)
Oh the possibilities for this fabric are endless!
New paint shades of lavenders- love the names- Fig Preserves, Duchess Lilac, Opera
I think Mother Nature provides the best color inspiration.
Imagine a bedroom in the colors of this magnolia blossom.