Hello! Each Wednesday I share some of the photos that stopped me in my scroll while I was perusing Instagram the previous week. Here are this week’s picks!
Now there’s a fun idea! Personalize your sliding doors with some beautiful, hand-painted designs! You can find Sadhna’s gorgeous design work at: SadhnaWilliams.com
Wow, wow, wow. Now that’s my kind of place! I love the particular shade of blue on the sofa and how Courtney found a way to fill up that big wall with large items that still feel light and airy. Here’s a link to an article about the whole gorgeous home: Fresh Perspective
Have you seen Thomas’s sculptures? They’re so fun! They’re made from “trash”/recycled materials and are located all over the world…mostly in Denmark. That’s “Isak Heartstone” above. He’s 15-feet-tall and was recently disassembled because he was attracting too much foot traffic for homeowners who live close to it. They voted to have him rebuilt in another location (also in Colorado) and the work begins in May- yay! Here’s a link to Thomas’ website: ThomasDambo.com
(PS- Mom, there are only a few sculptures here in the U.S., but there is one in Florida (called Runes Tree) if you’re passing through Suwannee and want to see one in person sometime! He does birdhouse installations too. Here’s one of my favorites: 52 Hidden Birdhouses. And I am determined to find Leo the Enlightened who is hidden in a secret location in the Smoky Mountains in North Carolina!)
Y’all, I am just smitten with that little kitchen! If you haven’t seen the “before”, you must click through and swipe! You can find more gorgeous photos here: AshleyGilbreath.com !
Isn’t that wallpaper fun? Here’s a link to Amy’s fun site: FarmhousePost.org
Hope you’re having a great week, y’all!
Thomas Dambo’s troll scupltures can be seen at the Morton Arboretum in Chicago area. Here is the link for those who are interested. It’s a kids dream come true!
Ack! We were just near there last Fall! :-/ We’ll have to stop by next time around! 😀
I do believe I saw that Mr Leo the Enlightened is on the grounds of BlackBerry Mountain in TN!
Oh, how fun! Thanks for the tip! 😀
If you’re in the Louisville, KY area, Thomas Dambo has sculptures at Bernheim Forest. 🤗
Ooh! I’ll have to tell my friend Traci at Beneath my Heart!
Thx – I was planning to drive through Suwannee this year : ) Mom
Love the Thomas Dambo sculptures. Thanks for making me aware of them!