rich colors in winter

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i think my brain is already on vacation mode, so i’m starting things off today with a little floral love from two of my favorite floral girls, and d*s editors, sarah ryhanen and amy merrick* of saipua. i turn to the saipua blog each week for a little dose of gorgeousness and this post definitely didn’t disappoint. click here to check out more floral beauty at my favorite brooklyn flower shop…

*poor amy merrick’s laptop crashed this weekend so her living in column will take a break this week and return after the holiday. she will however have her diy column ready for tomorrow. until then, please send her some good hard drive recovery vibes!

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  1. Elie's Papel says:

    I think is really nice when you live in cold places to bring rich colors to enhance and liven up the environment… Enjoy!

  2. Lauren says:

    The bouquet in that top photo is such a perfect winter burst of flowers. I love it!

  3. This is a wonderful report. I am so grateful the online world still has superior subject material.

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