Monday, June 17, 2013

Loving lately

This is a little bit of everything that I have bought or want to.

N.Y. Times

There has to be a DIY way to accomplish a similar shelf. I will be checking out Lowe's and another plumbing supplier to find out.

I received a sample of this skin serum and it is headed my way soon. To say it makes your face softer than a baby's bottom is an understatement. This stuff is gold!

I have mentioned this one before. Hoover does not pay me to say this but the Floormate is awesome. My old one bit the dust this week and I had all of the kitchen chairs moved out of the way in preparation to clean. Four hours, a trip to Walmart, a grocery load up, and a nap later my floor got cleaned like never before with the new model. OK, not never but I love that this thing sucks up the dirty wash water as opposed to just spreading it around.

Yangyang Pan
The artwork of Yangyang Pan is super inspiring to me lately. Check out her Pinterest board with all of her work.

What great product or inspiration have you found lately?


Karen Albert said...

Very nice work by this artist. Inspiring! Love those shelves also Kerry!

Art by Karena

Kimberly Lemmon said...

I was excited to find bamboo shades at Lowe's that had a privacy liner attached. You can get them cut in the store to fit your windows. I'm going to get them for my bedroom and I'm using them in a client's breakfast nook. I'm kind of excited about it!

Vel Criste said...

Ooooh, love that YangYangPan painting!!!Your work is similar to it and that's where the appeal to me is, I think. Have to try that cream, I'm feeling 'old' lately, and have been trying different creams left and right!!! Inspiring me lately? I'm loving something that I'll post about tomorrow! :-)

Patty Day @Pattys Epiphanies said...

Great ideas and finds.......will check out that cream. I am willing to believe whatever will make me look YOUNG!

Linda {Calling it Home} said...

We need to figure out how to make that shelf! Love the artwork.

home before dark said...

I was hoping that Calling it Home would weigh in on this. I think this could easily be deconstructed if one gave up the horizontals and substituted pipe fittings. Just a thought.