colour pinning : delicate pastel tones

It's starting to feel a little overcast around here with all the muted grey tones I've been blogging about recently, isn't it!? So today I thought it would be refreshing to take a wee break from my 'grey phase' and share some of the delicate pastel tones that are catching my eye over on my Pinterest pages...

colour pinning : delicate pastel tones / curated by Emma Lamb

1. Faultline - Abstract Painting : Lisa Congdon {pin} Oh, if I could afford to buy original art I would have snapped up this beauty from Lisa. It is just gorgeous!

2. Flower Bulb Drop : Unique's {pin} Love this upcycled vase, such a simple and fantastic idea!

3. Macrame Plant Hanger : Slow Down Productions {pin} Macrame at it's best or what!? I so need this in my life!

4. BRĂ…KIG BY ARTREBELS - IKEA COLLAB : ArtRebels {pin} It's been a while since I've been excited about Ikea stuff, I think there might have been one sofa last season but before that I can't think of anything! But this collaboration with ArtRebels is great! I love the colour and pattern in the table ware collection and how it's been style with the wood grain backdrop to echo other pieces from the collection such as these drawers.

5. Eternal Garden : The Wheatfield {pin} One for the romantics!

6. At Home With: Interior Designer, Soledad Alzaga | Rue Daily {pin} I adore the warmth of the green walls in this bedroom, so inviting! Do check out the rest of this home tour too, it's all very pretty.

7. WHITE Plated Ring with Rough Quartz : Aloha Gaia {pin} I don't wear rings all that often but I am totally smitten with these chunky stones and how they're displayed here. The colours are so pretty together and I'd be tempted to have them just for display.

Have a wonderful weekend everyone!
Emma, x

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3 comments

  1. I love these! I've wanted a macrame hanging planter for a long time, but for some reason I don't feel like I'd be able to pull off that look!

    Btw, I'm typing this as I look at my emmalamb flower garland over my pantry doorway. ;) Still as lovely as the day I got it!

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    1. Hello Amy!
      I definitely think you could do this macrame plant hanger, is such a statement piece that you could hang it in a bare spot with a fabulous plant trailing from it and it would look utterly amazing! It would do all the work for you :)
      Yay! I'm so happy you're still loving your wee blossom flowers!
      xx

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  2. such beautiful picks! i love the chunky rings and the green walls...my childhood bedroom was pale green so that color always makes me feel a bit nostalgic :)

    Molly {Dreams in HD}
    http://www.dreamsinhd.blogspot.com

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