26 June 2012

Tuesday Musing

I found this wonderful color inspiration for my Tuesday Musings on Pinterest of course!  I absolutely love this entire outfit...so boho chic!  I took this as inspiration to find some wonderful women entreprenuers workspaces....


I certainly believe that your creative workspace influences your projects...your creativity is either enhanced or smoothered by this space.  Clean up that clutter...dig through those vintage finds, get rid of those stale old ideas you thought were great ten years ago and agree to incorporate only the best into your here and now!  Every girl could take some musing from Aerin Lauders lovely office space{she has a new launch incoming summer 2012}.  We all need a corner to base our operations from and her space is exquisite, no!?  I do love the color palette, the shiny silver desk and the mix of the antique chairs.  Glam Gorgeousness!



A color palette that I'm loving for beauty is this bronze mixed with icy grays and creams.
via Burberry...check it out!


Can you say RockStar Glam... i Love this jacket!



This luxe office space is clean cut and wide open for inspirational brain storming!  I love this easy color palette again... wide open windows for lots of light on the drawing board.  Comfortable wingchairs for hours of contemplation and planning.


Speaking of planning... here's a fabulously glamtastic idea for a different kind of guest book.  Found via ElizabethAnneDesigns.  This is so luxe and innovative... No more blah sign in books!

 The Wish Tree is a Dutch wedding custom where guests are given a piece of paper, either shaped like a leaf or made of card stock. The guests write their wishes to the bride and groom and then hang it on the tree. This creates a gorgeous centerpiece and the tree is placed at the entrance to the reception to wow your guests right when they walk in.
You can later use these cards along with photos of your guests from the wedding to create a fab memory book.

Willow branches sprayed gold + strands of glass crystals + cards waiting for wishes = Wedded Bliss!
I see they've used a clear glass container to hold the branches... {thinking that this will need to be weighted down quite well...  using a fabulous urn with bricks hidden in the bottom and moss would be a great alternative to the clear glass...which will be hard to hide weights in.}
Wishing Tree via Here Comes The Guide

Happy Tuesday Musings!

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