Style Scouting: Vol. 44 | In My Own Style
It’s Sunday of Memorial Day weekend – have you been taking some time to relax and enjoy the start of summer?
It has been beautiful here, evenings dining out on the deck have been perfect, no humidity or bugs… a slight breeze off the lake that makes us just want to sit and enjoy. If only everyday of summer could be like the ones we have been experiencing.
You may not have noticed, but my blog’s design is getting tweaked. The tech on the back end has changed, but I tried to keep the design similar.
I am excited that I now have this new ability to create new pages and features and plan to over the summer that I think you will like. If you see anything wonky, please let me know. 🙂
Posts You May Have Missed On The Blog This Past Week:
Now onto the…
Inspiring Links I Found This Week
Browsing through this home design portfolio is the next best thing to taking a dream drive to look at beautiful homes.
A pretty bathroom makeover.
Perfect for my style… I will be making one of these nature inspired vases.
And more vases… this is so clever!
No paint needed for this furniture makeover.
Lazy day style tips.
Beauty & Fashion
I wore this twice this week. It is so easy, breezy… a perfect summer dress.
If you have grey hair, I love this shampoo. I have tried many and this I will buy again.
A twist on campfire s’mores.
This looks good.
Fun & Interesting
Look close… How does anyone figure out how to do this amazing art?
Good to know for coffee drinkers.
Do this to drink your tea or coffee in style.
How to keep your porch ferns looking good all summer long.
What to read for a Thrilling summer.
Have you checked out Amazon’s What Went Viral page?
To Think About
What we should all do more of.
If you enjoy these posts – You can find past Style Scouting posts here.
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Coming up this week… my take on modern art and what I made for my foyer using something that was floating in the lake.
As always, thanks so much for reading. XO