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Friday, September 13, 2013



Maybe it was because I was in a bit of a fog for most of the week but it felt like it just flew by. And with that said I don't have an original content to share with you today but I do have some place where you can find some.

I found this DIY headboard and as a book lover I can't help but be smitten with it. I am not sure I would do it, mostly because I am sure I would obsess at a very unhealthy level in trying to decide which pages to keep open in the books. Could you imagine that process? Oy.

I really enjoyed this interview with India Hicks over at Classiq - I found it really inspiring at a time I have been needing a little inspiration.

A couple weeks ago I pinned a few images of Georgetown street art that was posted over at Talulaah, since then they have been repinned several times, so if you haven't seen her post you should take a look - the artwork evokes a lovely feeling of happiness and joy.

I hope that everyone has a wonderful weekend!

9 comments:

  1. I love that headboard! I'd have the hardest time falling asleep! Wouldn't it be fun to do your favorite place in your favorite chapter of your favorite book and turn it page by page? Awesome!

    Happy weekend dear! Rest up and catch up! You deserve it! XO

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  2. Oh I need some happiness and joy maybe I will pop over there oh and channeling my inner model ha ha I think it was all those episodes of ANTM. That is the banquet blogging I would prefer to be behind the scenes what an art director or editor would do as a blogger you do sort of have to be the face of the blog.

    Ali of Dressing Ken

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  3. that book headboard is absolutely gorgeous! we have a large piece of wood (that was supposed to be the front for someone's home bar - but the grain was "imperfect" so we snatched it up!). as much as i love our wood, this would make such a wonderful statement! maybe for a guest room? happy weekend christine!

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  4. That book headboard is giving me heart palpatations: What are they secured to the wall with? Why would someone drill through books? What pages do you decide to display? Do you hang them upside down so you can read them in bed? How do you keep them from getting dusty? SO MANY QUESTIONS! And I'm a newbie to Talulaah but a big convert already! have a good weekend, doll xo

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  5. I had to smile when you shared how you might obsess over where to keep the books open. That's exactly the sort of thing I would probably do, I can see it, looking up at the books and spending time every day on it--haha. I agree, Ada's interview was just wonderful and I love those street art murals, thanks for that link. Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

    xo Mary Jo

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  6. Wow. I've never seen anything like this -- this is absolutely gorgeous. I always thought a simple bookshelf was a nice touch, but something simple like opening up the books is genius!!!

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  7. Oh yes, that is a booklover's headboard for sure. And don't Petra's photos make you want to travel wherever she is? I'd love to just follow her around the world

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  8. such wonderful links, thanks so much for sharing!
    xx

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  9. Thank you for the mention, Christine. I'm glad the interview inspired you. India is such an amazing woman, on so many levels.

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