Another month has passed, so it’s time for another blogger spotlight. I will admit, I didn’t get to read too many posts in June. I haven’t read too many in July yet either. I’m sure there are a lot of great posts that I end up missing out on. There just really isn’t enough time in the day! If you saw my last post, you will know that I got my basement set up, so I have been spending most of my free time down there watching movies. That’s the agenda for tonight too, but I wanted to get this post up first. I’ve also got some other posts planned that I want to get started on as well.
Without further ado, here are a few posts from June that I really enjoyed.
I absolutely love seeing inside of other people’s homes. I love to see the work and personality they put into it, and it’s always interesting to see how other people decorate. I knew as soon as I saw this post that I was going to have to feature it in my blogger spotlight. Not just because it’s a cool post idea or because it’s a cute kitchen, but also because she incorporated a retro style into her kitchen just like me. She even used the same red and blue color scheme I have in my kitchen. I thought that was pretty cool!
I really enjoyed this post and all of the beautiful photos she took along the way. New Mexico is on my list of places I would like to visit, so it was great seeing some places I could go if I ever do get to visit. The cabins she stayed at were beautiful and have a great bit of history to go with them. I also thought the homes of the Taos Indians were super cool as well.
This was another great travel post with beautiful photos to go along with it. I just love the retro grainy style of photography that Ayse has in her photos. Not only that, but this whole location had a beautiful vintage vibe. I was just in awe looking at all the pretty colors of the surrounding buildings and scenery.
This was a great fashion post that I loved. I love how she creates a few totally different looks all while wearing the same denim jacket. All of the looks were terrific, but my personal favorite was the denim & floral.