cheers to colored glassware.

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Elsie Larson’s rainbow glass collection (above and below) via A Beautiful Mess. when it comes to throwing parties, it’s fun to have great glassware — it just adds a whole other layer to the event, not to mention, it’s very instagrammable should that be a goal of yours. when i’ve hosted parties i’ve rented from two amazing rental agencies... 
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funky town.

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brooke holm for inside out magazine. i’ve been pretty reserved thus far this week, sharing loads of neutral looks. but, it’s time to go to funky town. uniquely creative rooms that pair quirky colors and patterns — unexpected layered looks that take quite a bit of bravado to pull off. can you do it? i’d love to try and i’ve been thinking maybe... 
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i spy: pastel pink + green.

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jj locations. i’ve been spying a lot of pink and green color combos out there on the internet lately. it’s such a soothing, pretty palette to pair and prefect for spring. it’s fresh and feminine, but not over the top girly (say, like pink and blue). the two colors just compliment each other really nicely and lend themselves to a lot of different decor vibes.... 
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sticking with pink.

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love is blind. as color trends come and go, my affinity for pink remains unwavering. from deep magenta to blush or pale pink, there are so many lovely shades of pink. and i know i’m not the only one who prefers to see the world through rose-colored glasses, especially with Pantone selecting Rose Quartz as this year’s Color of the Year. i think what continues to... 
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in the nude.

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by mölle. nude is simply where it’s at. a nude or pale blush is chic, it’s neutral, and yet, is a very powerful color. think claire underwood’s nude lip color — now that’s a powerful statement. it’s also such a restful color, just don’t underestimate it. it looks great in contrast with gray or black, and pale green, too. and accessorized... 
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