Making these grids of the photos from Be Home Free has become a great favourite for me recently, I love playing with the tones and colour palettes, the themes and compositions. But most of all I love your interpretations of the tag.
The combinations of inside, outside and styled still life also gives us a great sense of seasonal feel. The autumnal tones, mist in the mornings, cobwebs and fruit harvest. More cozy times under the duvet or with a warm drink. And this September has again also been a time for an Indian summer feel, warm spells where they weren't expected and a few more visits to the beach before the holidays end.
white to cream, stripes and shelfies
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Autumnal tones and fading light
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Boat, bed, beach, bum
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splish splash, water, washing indigo and blue
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Botanical pops of colour linger on with geraniums, hydrangeas and dahlias, probably the last of the colours before the leaves turn to gold and red.
Pots of pink and vases of pom poms.
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I am seriously envious of anyone who is out early enough to catch the mist on the fields.
Well done Sarah, let me know your colour choice and address so I can send your information over to Annie Sloan. I can't wait to see what you do with it.
Next week is the last part of my bedroom decorating makeover and the announcement for the October prize in Be Home Free.