A fashion post! Finally! I feel like it’s been forever since I’ve written one, and to be honest, I’ve missed them! Between some blogging obligations to brands and the craziness of all the fall and Christmas decor posts and hops, it was difficult to fit them in. But today I wanted to talk about a wardrobe staple that I absolutely love: the plaid blazer! I’m a blazer lover in general (as anyone who knows you will tell you!) and the classic plaid or checked blazer is one that I turn to again and again.
I’ve always gravitated to the crisp, clean match-up of black and white. I absolutely love it in fashion, having talked about it in both this post and this one. It’s a pairing that I wear all the time, and probably would wear every day if I could! And now I find I’m gravitating to black and white kitchens, too. Maybe it’s having recently finished the renovation of this kitchen with touches of black that’s re-inspired my love for it. Or it could just be the fact that I’ve always loved it; I even decorated my first apartment in the combo. Whatever the reason, I’m definitely feeling an affinity for black and white kitchens these days!
Happy Friday everyone! If you’re a regular reader, you know that on Fridays I usually do a “Friday Favorites” post, however, I have something special to share with you! Instead, I’m joining some blogging friends to bring you a Room Transformation blog hop! And if you’re coming here from Meme Hill, welcome. We hope that our stories of renovating, re-doing, or simply refreshing a space will inspire you and give you ideas for your own homes!
I know I’ve always said I’m a ‘white kitchens only” girl. Don’t worry – that’s still true! White kitchens will always have my heart. However, I thought some of you might be getting a little tired of seeing only white kitchens, so I thought I’d explore another look that I also really like. And that’s grey and white kitchens. Sometimes it’s grey cabinets in part of the room, a grey island, a grey hood, or grey walls, but the mix of a soft grey with white is so beautiful! And for me, they still count as “white” kitchens because these aren’t predominantly grey. They’re a wonderful mix of the best of both colors. They’re mostly white kitchens with just a touch of grey, and they’re gorgeous!
I have to confess that I love almost all white flowers, to the point that even the flowers that are otherwise unloved and unglamorous look better to me when they are white. However, I do play favorites! 🙂 There are a few I love more than others, and one of them is white tulips.