Blue and more blue
Porcelain Blue - collections of Delft tiles and transferware plates. What a pretty wall display!
Decorating by Color | How To and Instructions | Martha Stewart
Beautiful hyacinth macaw • photo; annette.beatriz on Flickr
LOVE this tablecloth and plate from Crate & Barrel.
The right wines for grilled salmon
Crushed cobalt blue glass
Infuse the spirit of the Southwest into your home with these beautifully handcrafted Talavera tiles! An eye-catching accent in kitchens and baths, decorative ceramic tiles are also perfect for covering the risers on a staircase or the walls of a patio. Left-over tiles make excellent coasters and trivets. Buy by the box and save 20 percent! Hand made in Mexico.
A tight grouping of several small vases hides individual imperfections while creating a sculptural effect.
Lughnasadh (Loo-NAHS-ah) is named for the Irish sun God, Lugh, and is usually looked upon as the first of the three Pagan harvest festivals. Lughnasadh is primarily a grain harvest, one in which corn, wheat, barley and grain products such as bread are prominently featured. Fruits and vegetables which ripen in late summer are also a part of the traditional feast.
Cyanotype print made using the feathers directly on paper
'Watercolours Blue Drops' from @Jeanette Lai Thomas Lai Thomas Kongsgaard Wallpaper & Decor is featured in the January/February 2014 issue of 'Inside Out' magazine.