Just so

I have said it before and will no doubt say it again, you know when you just look at something, at how things have been placed {without even thinking about it/deliberately put that way} and it just makes you step back to soak up it’s beauty?

I did that tonight. I was rushing to put Harper’s shoes/bits away post bath and get her pyjamas out and I couldn’t help but marvel at her little sideboard drawers in her room. The print that we bought her for her first birthday still leaning against the wall waiting to be hung, the shoes, the lamp and how all the colours just go together so well.

Look at the loveliness. Is it just me? Surely not!

Do you love the print? I LOVE the print. We have a bit of a tradition buying the girls some artwork for their first birthdays/Christmas as opposed to crappy toys that they will never remember, this way they can have something that they can keep forever. We got Daisy a delightful whimsical print by a French artist for her first Christmas which I still love and we got this one for Harper from this great shop by this artist.

The shoes? I KNOW. Delightful. Just about as delightful as any shoes ever have been. Ever.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/07648204470712239011 Amy


    I love the idea of artwork for Christmas, I may have to borrow that idea.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/07422068499429667636 Posie Patchwork

    Totally beautiful, just naturally going on gorgeous at your place. Love Posie

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/10327661563449068137 Gifts of Serendipity

    How precious.

    The tradition of giving artwork is wonderful and those shoes…wow!

    Felicity x

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/09148087567837108169 ashley

    Beautiful! This so reminds me of the framed print my Dad & stepmother gave me for Christmas a few years ago. x

    Here is the link:

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/07673666217224096529 Kathryn

    Very gorgeous. I am running out of walls and prints get put on shelves here too.