Tuesday, July 10, 2012

50 reasons to read House of Fifty...

Ha! Not really fifty, I mean, I do other stuff with my life.
 (laughing sarcastically ensues)

But yesterday I had a little bit to go through the newly minted issue of House of Fifty and I was pretty impressed:

How to be fab on a budget...

Doesn't this just make you want a tall glass of whatever that is?!?
(It also has convinced me that I need a glass pitcher like that...)

I just fetchin' love globes, so I had to add this one in...

I decided I need this office...orange + fantastic pattern = drapery love affair

One of my favesies was my gal Courtney's bit on outdoor entertaining, COUNT ME IN!!! 



I'm feeling inspired.

Time to do *stuff*!!! (c:

12 comments:

Natalie {Designer Bags and Dirty Diapers} said...

Off to go read it! Too many pretty images to ignore!

Amy said...

Looks so pretty and great! Off to check it out!!

Rachael {all things beautiful} said...

Def feeling inspired from your post! Love those drapes as well. Also, I am tagging you in my blog post tomorrow! Stay tuned... I think you'll feel special :) xoxo!

Amanda Hill said...

Adore house of fifty! I really do always take away some little nugget of inspiration! xoxo

Lindsey @ be pretty said...

Ohhhh need to add this to the list! Love it, how to be fab on a budg! :) That outdoor seating area got me like whoa! Lots of pretties in this post! xo

Lindsey @ be pretty said...

Ohhhh need to add this to the list! Love it, how to be fab on a budg! :) That outdoor seating area got me like whoa! Lots of pretties in this post! xo

Gloria said...

Fabulous inspiration! I'm in love with that chair in the first photo!

{Hi Sugarplum!} said...

I can't wait to read the issue...thanks for the teaser!

designstiles said...

Fab on a Budget? That's practically my m-o. I'm so checking it out now!

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Janell @ House of Fifty said...

Aubrey, love the opening to this post and wow, thank you for sharing House of Fifty with your readers today! Much appreciated and so glad you enjoyed this issue...Janell

navy and orange said...

that chair is beyond!

xoxo navy & orange