Spring is in full bloom where I live in South Jersey, and I have been inspired by all of the forsythia that I see. No….I don’t have any in my yard or in my house, but there is plenty to go around on the internet.
I found a tuturial on how to make a forsythia wreath
Or, if you prefer your forsythia in an umbrella
And then I got distracted and began to wander a little off course…..but not too much – I found rooms decorated with forsythia. – Love the drama of this centerpiece and combining the forsythia with lemons.
And then I find myself not only looking at images of forsythia, but now reading questions and answers on Houzz.
Where did the sofa come from?
Karen Evans I purchased the sofa from Pottery Barn several years ago. It’s the PB basic with a warm white denim slipcover. I’ve had it for 4 years and it still looks like new-that’s with 2 teenagers and a very naughty dog in the house. I’d highly recommend. It’s a great price and since you can clean it yourself you would probably spend less in the long run. I think it run about $1,100 before tax and shipping.
Then I found an image that was a resource where this coffee table could be bought if anyone was interested.
But then somehow I found myself looking at images combining yellow and gray in room designs. I found this next image on Indulgy and always want to make sure that I can track down the original source…but I gave up on that for this image when it directed me to….ThirdAge.com – Health for Boomers & Beyond. The article on “New Pap Test Could Prevent Cervical Cancer?” is something I will go back to when I have the time.
I spent a few minutes being distracted by the other photos of this home.
Then what happened – I found myself looking at furniture that was painted yellow and gray.
And then, somehow, I ended up with….Alfred Hitchcock….but in my defense, I did start the post with a bird.
A Mid-Twentieth Century Girl Doing Business in a 21st Century World