In making this post, I underestimated just how many images and ideas I’d loved and saved this month. So I’ve had to do some curating. And by curating, I mean that I’ll probably break this post into 2 parts and I’ll be deciding which to include in Part One and Part Two. However, I do promise that you’ll likely fall in love with so much of what I’ve included. The categories are fashion, interiors, food, nature and crafts.
I’m so in love with this color combination.
These boots make me feel woozy with infatuation.
The image itself, the richness of color is so beautiful. I’d love to wear a head wrap like this one.
Miami blogger Cayleth rocks this mix of sugar and spice. I want this outfit yesterday.
Be still my little heart. I am so in love with this lingerie. It’s everything I’ve dreamed of.
Classy, sexy, feminine, masculine. Um, perfect.
I love dark moody rooms, and a floral theme is even better.
The worn rustic look of these stairs is decorating genius and seem to give the stairs an instant story.
I’ve always had a thing for anatomy. These prints coupled with this gorgeous lamp and vintage-inspired couch make for a room that’s interesting in a subtle way.
Pink, grey and green is one of my favorite color combinations. I love the play between structure and wildness, and the balance of color.
I tried a vegan cookie the other day that felt like I threw a cup of flour into my mouth. It was so freaking nasty I was astonished any establishment would sell it. Quite frankly, I was insulted. But here are some vegan dishes that probably won’t leave you angry.
Minimalistbaker is giving me hope that a vegan diet doesn’t have to mean a dessert-free diet.
Plantbasedjane never disappoints. Here is her cauliflower alfredo sauce pasta. Creaminess is definitely something my tongue has been missing, so I can’t wait to try out this recipe from her site.
I crave sushi on a regular basis. I would shamelessly stuff myself with these.
These aren’t vegan, but how adorable, right? I love the creative spirit of humans. These cupcakes are one of those things we kinda don’t want to destroy because they’re so beautiful. Of course, we will anyway.
I like collected bits of nature. This just goes to show that you don’t need money in order to make your home more beautiful, welcoming and inspiring.
Stunning. Homesteadbrooklyn is such a great page to follow for beautiful photographs of plants, and she pairs it with great information. She’s also got a YouTube channel to keep the education going.
For as much as I love the intricate details found in nature, I also long for the vastness of sky and land. The day I look up and see this many stars, I think I’ll have to sit down.
This resin bangle by etsy seller Ednamo looks like the stuff dreams are made of.
She collects and dries flowers and berries to make these lovely, intricate works of art. Yeah, be still my heart.
Clayopera is full of adorable things. Why would I want to put my rings into anything else?
I’m a big fan of street art. Can we agree that we can all relate to this image? Couldn’t help but laugh and nod.
These geo puzzles are pure genius. I love the beauty, innovation and straight up nerdy cool of it.
Dear Readers, we’ve come to the end of this post. I hope that you found plenty to drool over, and I’d love to hear which images melted or excited your heart the most.