Thursday, July 8, 2010

my non-mood board.

working like a dawg.  sorry, this week is n.u.t.s.
here's my mood board right now, in case that is interesting to you.  it looks a lot happier than my exact mood right now, my new printer breaking is killing my morning organizational buzz.  i suppose i could call it my inspiration board, but that doesn't really sound like me.  maybe its just a 'cloth-covered-chuck-of-homosote-that-i-put-pretty-pretty-things-on-that-make-me-happy' board.


Its just a sheet of homosote from home depot wrapped in Navy Linen.  I change the linen every couple months.  It took me WAY too many years to figure out that Navy looks good on blondes, but once I did i haven't turned back.  Navy, I love you, you sophisticated color that works with anything, you.

My friend Terilyn Fisher took this photo when she was over the other day.  thanks Teri.

6 comments:

  1. now all you gotta do is figure out how to wear your mood around...

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  2. Good in-the-moment share.

    Cheers!

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  3. I love your mood board! And thank you for explaining what "homosote" was. I was perplexed there for a sec.

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  4. The Best ! Watching hgtv @ 3am , I was compelled to look her up. I dont know how the judges can be so blind.. Emily in the room just brings in a new way of sunshine , that you can't help but just smile ^-^

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  5. whatever you call it, it looks pretty great. love the colours you've got pulled together there!

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  6. Hi Emily, really like your writing style. Did you win Design Star? C'mon spill the beans.

    OK here's an idea for a prop stylist. Probably been done, but what the heck. Make a pillow out of thick sheet plastic (might need two layers) and then fill with cat-eye marbles, or select marbles of a color of your choosing. Place pillow wherever color is needed. Alternatively put marbles in a big glass jar and place on a window sill and admire the wonderful effect of light playing on the colors and surfaces.

    Added benefit is you will always know where your marbles are.

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