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weekly wrap up + bonnie and neil pinks

by Stephanie

It always makes me happy to end the week with pink. After trying to strike it from my life, I’ve pulled a complete 180 and have embraced choosing it as a color for just about everything. So it seems fitting to wrap up this week with some gorgeous pink designs from Bonnie and Neil in Australia. From watercolor tea towels to printed pillows, they’ve got some beautiful pink options that are perfect for summer. I’d like to sew the tea towels into a dress and wear it to work every day, but until then, my kitchen will have to be content wearing them instead. If you want to check them out in more detail or place an order, you can see all of their latest designs right here.

I’m heading out a little early today because tomorrow is my 31st birthday. It looks like it’s supposed to rain, so I’m going to end work early and soak up some sun in my neighborhood before the clouds roll in. I hope you all have a wonderful weekend, and I’ll see you back here on Monday. xo, grace

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