Several blogs posted these fabulous doors a few weeks ago in the red and pink orgy leading up to Valentine’s Day.
And I really, really liked them. And so I wanted to know who created them.
The Answer, gals and pals, is House of Honey. And there is a lot more goodness where that came from.
I am especially loving the “spot the goose” game here. Remember those blow mold Mother Goose lamps? Did anyone else have those in their childhood bedrooms?
If the fabric on these cushions wasn’t so good I would spit on this picture because I feel it is mocking me with its warm, temperate goodness. It. Will. Not. Stop. Snowing. Here.
Not bad. Not bad at all.
I cannot even begin to describe how happy the swordfish on the shower wall makes me.
Swank city. I am assuming it’s for a wee child, or else the doll house is super creepy.
Black Bedroom with furry bed cover. Let me tell you, nothing good goes down in here. Nothing. Good.
Well, everyone is WILD for Zebra’s these days.
Reminds me of my little Austin bunglaow. Sads. But pretty!
Cheerful. Would be a great way to zazz up doors in a rental without having to commit to painting all of the walls.
It’s a little bit country, then it’s a little bit rock n’ roll
I just bought some chairs like these on ebay. I think white shiney paint might just be just the ticket.
Y’all know how I am feeling about black and white these days.
Walkin’ on sunshine
It’s a little retro, but I’ll take it.
How to make pink not supersweet.
Some living room goodness (loving that half wall situation).
And quirky officeness.
Soo, whatcha thinkin, Lincoln?