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Friday Crush

Crushing on...

Peachy pale pinks
Mottled sea glass green
Gold flatware & detailing
and rustic weathered wood.

Each piece by itself is amazing
but together? 
I am in love and am crushing on them big time this week.

I thought I would put up a fun Friday post about what I am crushing on each week.
You know, I fall in love with more colors, rooms, patterns, textures and details
each week than a love sick school girl.
So I thought I would share what is inspiring me.

First up- these pale colors.
I am obsessed.
They are so soft and with just the perfect touch of shabby color.
I gathered several different roses and mixed them all together 

and they fit like your favorite pair of blue jeans with that gorgeous pale green seeded glass. 
( On a side note: 
I have a bit of another fun thing coming your way next month that is involving this vignette
 stay tuned.)

All those soft colors mingling with that pop of gold- 
and that weathered table top?
It is perfection.

Of course, I am also crushing on that monogrammed gold and white plate.
I found a couple of them a few years ago at a yard sale and 
yes, I might need to start collecting more- gorgeous.

These colors are not only my crush this week, they might also be inspiring a makeover 
that will be coming your way in the next month.

So what about you? 
What are you crushing on this week? 

Happy Friday everyone!

green ice cream bowls: Birch Lane
Gold flatware: Target
Monogrammed dish: Vintage
Gold Scissors: Target

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  1. Those roses are stunning and the color is so classy and such an elegant pink! Great crush! Sweet post, Courtney!

  2. So gorgeous! I think I going out to the farmers market later this afternoon to pick up some pale roses!
    Michelle from

  3. So pretty! I am usually a red girl, but lately, I am crushing on pale blue and white with a touch of mossy green thrown in. I don't know why...maybe the warmer weather has me thinking about water and grass! ;)

  4. You just can't go wrong with roses, especially those pale ones you've chosen.So lovely P.S. I even married one... so my last name is Rose!

  5. The photos are awesome. The Roses are just beautiful , my favorite roses are the cream colored one.

  6. This post is beautiful. Blush color is so soothing and upgrades the rustic. Loving the gold touch with it.