Gardens are packed with color inspiration. Of course flowers are the obvious choice, but fruits and veggies are beautiful as well are come in such a range of hues. I picked a couple of inspirational edibles to feature in my Color Me Inspired series this week.
Photo by Market1.
Photo by Rubyherelam.
I intended to post this earlier this week when the landscape in Ohio was whitewashed. Instead I posted color. I was fascinated by all the hints of color in this all “white” photograph of Iceland.
Photo by Stephan Toner via National Geographic.
It’s gray and snowy today. I felt like making a gray palette that was soft and warm. It makes me feel a little better that it’s snowing in April.
Photo via ache (via inglorion).
I fell in love with this rocker awhile ago. In my dream nursery, this would be my rocking chair. And the whole palette would center around this ikat fabric.
Finn Rocker from Anthropologie.
I’m feeling extra girly today. Vintage perfume bottles and dried flowers it is.
Photo courtesy of Rachel Whiting.
This weather has me dreaming of summer heat and all the adventure it brings with it. I love this photo. It reminds me of summer in Utah, my birthplace.
Photo by Coquinete.
I love this photo. I wish I could rock a red lip.
Photo Xinyuanjang via Sunday in Bed.
I love that colors this rich occur in nature. Put them in a clean white bowl and it only makes them that much more vibrant.
Photo courtesy of Erica Lee via Tiny White Daisies.
A new kind of vintage country color. Like a farm girl in her Sunday dress trying on her grandma’s coral earrings.
Photo of Elle Fanning from Lula Magazine via Haw-lin.
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I love winter by the sea. The absence of vacationers makes it feel quiet and still, but ocean wild and untamed in winter. I think this palette is a perfect reflection of that.
Photo by Our Long Nights.