pink and gold forever

If I could sum up my life’s color palette over the past year, it would be pink + coral + gold = happy Grace. From last year’s D*S book to our new office tables and front door, these same colors keep popping up over and over again. So when I saw these gilded insect cards by Catherine Greenup at Anthro, I was instantly sold. While I feel like this color palette might be slowly exiting my life, it’s spot on for the beginning of summer and would be a great way to send a colorful note. Click here to check out the cards in all four colors and order online ($8). xo, grace

  1. Ceil Diskin says:

    I love these colors! Also love the idea of summing up what you’re into and feeling into a color palette. A vehicle of expression that says so much. Thanks for the inspiration Grace!–and for providing the daily dose of good stuff every day. xo C.

  2. Amanda P says:

    Oh I love these colors too! I just put up a neon pink and gold concrete planter on my Etsy store this morning!
    https://www.etsy.com/listing/101112025/neon-pink-and-gold-modern-concrete

  3. Oh my goodness! I love the gold leaf beetles. The colors are gorgeous! What fun to give them to a friend to add some sparkle to her day!

  4. susy says:

    The imperfect texture of the gold on the flatness of the card is really lovely. And the colors remind me of the delicious colors of the infamous Design Sponge Bernhard Willhelm Nail Polish Post! : ) yum! Off to check them out!

  5. Love this color combo! The gold leaf is amazing…

  6. Trix says:

    I love how these are a combination of quirky & classy.

  7. Carrie says:

    I’m inspired. This weekend I will be mostly trying to ‘design sponge’ my home

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