weekly wrap up + marco suarez

Normally I write my wrap-up posts on Friday afternoon before I head out the door, but I had to cheat and write this one early. I prepped ahead of time because I’m currently on the road to Brimfield with Amy and both of our moms for what has to be the best Mother’s Day weekend ever. Antiques and brunch at the (very) newly opened Terrain in Connecticut? Sold. I finished a mix for the car ride last night, and I sure hope they all enjoy loud rock music as much as I do. I think it’s the only way to psych yourself up for crowds and pushy dealers.

Before I head out, I wanted to share some beautiful summery photographs by Marco Suarez. I love his work so much. I hope you all have a wonderful weekend, and I’ll see you on Monday! xo, grace

Below is a summary of this week’s highlights:

  1. Marco says:

    Thanks so much for the feature Stephanie!

  2. HK says:

    Who what when where why how?! CT is my motherland, and I’ll be back there next week. Details, please!

  3. I love the photos ! They are amazing ! :) and have a lovely weekend too x

  4. He has the ability to transfer you in the picture’s location, his work is stunning!

  5. Large Rugs says:

    Totally in love with the color palettes, tone, texture. Simply amazing.


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