Monday, March 11, 2013

Learning About Yourself Through Inspiration

Recently I've spent a lot of time going through all the pins I've accumulated on Pinterest over the last few years. At first, I was just looking at a few ideas for a certain space, but then I sort of got lost re-discovering my discoveries. There have been so many moments where I have said "wow, I love that room, I'm so glad I pinned that". Then it occurred to me, if I love the space enough to discover it twice, shouldn't that be some sort of sign? As I ponder decorating, I decided to come up with a few lessons to remind myself about the next time I'm faced with a decorating challenge.

Lesson One: I swoon for navy dining rooms.

Lesson Two: Soft, neutral spaces with tons of texture make me feel warm and fuzzy. This lesson is necessary for me to remember because I feel the need to add too much color at times. It's ok to like what you like.

Lesson Three: Well-designed clutter makes a room look homey. Regular clutter is dirty.

Lesson Four: My love affair with grey knows no bounds. Seriously. I don't know if it's a phase, but it feels like it might be a life-long love.

What do your pinterest boards say about you? I want to know! Also, for the record, all of these images are from pinterest and not mine, please feel free to click on them to see the original source. xo

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