A Rainy Day Party

We have been having the best rainy weather this week. It rained pretty much non-stop from Monday at noon until last night. Right now it’s not even that cloudy, but we’re supposed to get another round of rain tonight and into tomorrow. I am loving it!

I decided to let myself be inspired by the break from the wonderfully warm spring and celebrate the greys and blues in the air right now.

Two ceramic stripe plates bl…


Seahorse 16″ Linen Thro…


Greeting card- Rainy Day, re…


Bead Turquoise Bracelet Stat…


Primitive Country Robins Egg…


Gray, Black & White Fleece B…


Egg Glass – Robins Blue – De…


FIve Vintage ceramic clay co…


Robins egg blue felt flower …


vintage turquoise teapot


Tea Cozy in Charcoal Merino …


yunomi – teacup with charcoa…


I also think a rainy day is the perfect time for a cup of tea so I brought back our tea party them with the beautiful vintage turquoise teapot from clementine and nellie. It would be a really nice surprise of color under the fuzzylogicfelt tea cozy that is really beautiful and modern. I love the simple design, the unique shape, and the classic charcoal and white pallette.

I have lots of little favorites in this treasury.  StEphaniDunn’s grey, black, and white fleece bandana blanket is really cozy without being too heavy. The felt flowers from berryisland are a great bright take on robins egg blue — and they look really beautiful paired with the gray and coral vases. All of Kindred Spirit’s throw pillows are beautiful. You should really go check out the shop!

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