We have been outside a LOT these last two days between a social distance Pre-K graduation in real feel of 106° and a morning trip to the farmers market this morning for treats. So we're cranking the A/C and having a TV day. Even Max is wiped! 😂
Don't be afraid to balance running around outside with lounging and binging a show (or shows😉) every once in a while. That's what summers are for! ☀️🙌🏼
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Day 6. #fromwhereistand . #mydailyrenovation . This is an old photo of the hallway when we first had the carpet and runner fitted. The carpet now needs a deep clean and it all needs painting again - the never ending cycle. I love this view from the top of my staircase 💗
"How many weren't filmed?" It's a very interesting question from an Art historian's point of view. There's another powerful tagline that goes well with it: "Pix, or didn't happen". Powerful images tell stories, can reach the hearts and minds of the people, become iconic and represent an era, and can change the world.
Good morning, my last Interiors post was a week ago. It’s been a week of lots of reflection on Instagram around visibility and advocacy. Important conversation is always challenging. As someone who does not share either the very personal or political on here with regularity by natural inclination I have taken the moment to pause and reflect. I have talked on stories, but I wanted to mark a pause on the grid.
My take-aways from this week are that if we are to move forward positively and continue the work we have done then the respect and kindness the Instagram interiors community is known for will be at the heart of it.
I also think that there are other areas we fall down on as an industry - chiefly class. As someone who studied History to masters level through the lens of class, race, gender & sexuality I am always pretty aware of visibility and inclusion (or lack of). I am a white, heterosexual, middle-class woman so no lectures from me(!), but I do want to mention that Interiors is a very middle-class dominated space, and that experiencing exclusion issues extends to other boundaries too. I am not trying to move debate on as such, just think it’s a part of the discussion too.
Happy weekend all xx
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There’s nothing like rain, jazz, and chocolat chaud to get you through studying. Have I ever mentioned how much I really enjoy my current French teacher, Jean-Baptiste, and classmates? We have a grand time during our Zoom class sessions 🙌🏻 Anyway, stay cool or dry wherever you are.
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Today is all about storm prep. Early morning walk is done, I'm hoping to squeeze one in tomorrow morning but I'm not hopeful. My Saturday will consist of charging devices, putting everything in the yard away, the debate is always where to secure the glass top table and whether we should remove the bulbs from the patio lights. Our trash pick up has been spotty and there's so much debris on the side of the roads, hoping everyone has sense to at least bring in their cans, but for now coffee!
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So now the garden is done, we have finally got the projector and screen set up which my husband has wanted for a about a year (one of the reasons he wanted a pergola in the first place, so he could chill out here and watch the boxing 🤷🏽♀️😂) We’re absolutely made up with what we have achieved in the garden and feel so lucky 💛