Monday, April 5, 2010

Hello, sunshine!


Have been having so much fun wandering around my new neighborhood, discovering brand new shops and restaurants, hidden laneways and quiet parkettes with a city view. One of the most delightful things throughout the area are the bursts of bright yellow forsythia - signalling the beginning of Spring and injecting a little sunshine into even the rainiest of Spring mornings. It's amazing how a little shot of yellow instantly brings on a smile.


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Sending you a little sunshine! Hope your week's off to a great start!

Thank you, thank you for all your lovely comments and wishes - am a little behind in replying at the moment, just got the internet back up and will be catching up very soon!
xo


{Photos: 1 - via Seen+Said; 2- Yvette Rufio via LovelyClusters; 3- Martha Stewart, 4- Susannah Conway, 5- Rose Uniacke}


23 comments:

Madelynnnn said...

Oh, I do love the yellow. It is so spring/summer. Great finds :)

Congrats on the move too!

Helena - A Diary of Lovely said...

Im so glad I re discovered yellow in my life!

Simply Luxurious said...

A bouquet of daffodils is always an easy fix if one is in need of a smile. Beautiful images!

escapade said...

Thank you Madelynnn! Hope you're having a lovely day xo

Helena - agreed! I was the captain of 'St Thomas/ Yellow house'back in school, and I think I avoided it for a while after, now I find it just delighful in little doses.

SL - you're right, a little bouquet of sunshine, daffodils just seem so naturally happy!

Dear Designer said...

Lovely post. Such beautiful yellow curtains. I want want want.

A Perfect Gray said...

beautiful...

Alicia Clinton said...

how fun--exploring your new neighborhood! best wishes as you settle into your new home!

SPLENDEROSA said...

OMG, love love love those yellow curtains in the bedroom, so pretty.
Moving is just dreadful even when you move into a home you love...been there...just take your time. xx's Marsha

Erin @ SYL: Slipcover Your Life said...

I love what that pop of yellow in the last image does to the overall feeling of the room! Also adoring how the curtains just pool at the floor like that, feels so luxurious!

Lillian Chang said...

Hello sunshine, indeed!! Lovely bursts of yellow against the sheer whimsical white...
Lovely!!!! :)

Naomi said...

Yellow and white always makes me smile. I love the dress, too!

cathryn said...

Oh no....now I need those beautiful yellow curtains.
Sooo GORGEOUS!!

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Sarah Klassen said...

So incredibly pretty, Sharalee! I love yellow. It might even just be my favorite color -- just for the sheer happiness that it brings. As is this post -- it brought a smile to my face -- thank you :)

Enjoy exploring your new neighborhood!

xo

Jaime @ La vie...J'aime said...

Yay for yellow! What a precious cami.

Brandi said...

GASP! I've never thought of yellow curtains! I love them. Exploring a new neighborhood is always so much fun, isn't it? I'm still making my way around different parts of San Diego -- just wish I had less schoolwork so I had more exploration time.

H. Miller said...

The last shot is really wonderful.

THe previous poster is right... the yellow curtains change the whole vibe of the room.

Fantastic styling!!

Adrienne S. said...

Congratulations on your new home. Enjoy the newness of it all!

Laura Trevey said...

Lovely sunny yellow photos...

Jessica said...

Lovely collection of inspiration.

Raru said...

So cute photo collection. Love it.
Thank you so much :)

Have a nice day,
xoxo,
Raru

THE ALTERNATIVE WIFE said...

What gorgeous photos! Loving the yellow sunshine! :)

Hope you're having a wonderful week!

Carly Anne said...

Perfect touch of color; I don't usually like yellow, but...

XO
Carly

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Annette Piper said...

The yellow does add a wonderful splash of happiness!

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