Favorites Friday: Something New

I love the idea of periodically using Pinterest for my Favorites Friday.  Often times I pin great pins to boards but never go back to check them out again or read through the source blog.  Hopefully this will help streamline my favorites and you might gain some inspiration too.  Also, it takes the focus away from Pinterest and puts it back on the ORIGINAL creator.  I think we give Pinterest too much credit these days instead of the blogger or source!

House Beautiful

Favorite Kitchen- House Beautiful.  Check out this awesome before and after from contributing author, Frances Shultz.

I Heart Organizing

Favorite Desk Area- I Heart Organizing  I love the way she used instagram photos under the glass!  Actually, I just drooled over her whole entire house.

Rugs USA

Favorite Rug- Rugs USA “Kaleidoscope” (on back order!)

  Remodelando

Favorite Tutorial- Remodelando la Casa  DIY Built-Ins

Houzz

Favorite Guest Room- Houzz  That loft reminds me so much of the one my Mammy had in her guest room growing up!  I adore it.

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Favorite Winter Outfit- Happily Grey

London Print

Favorite Print- KiLiKa Her blog is in French (I think?) but I want to purchase her London print.  My sister and I visited so many of these places in the two weeks we were there this summer: Borough Market, Westminster, Chelsea, Tower Bridge, Hyde Park, Kensington, Covent Garden, Picadilly, Trafalgar, Camden Town, Oxford Street, Kings Cross, Brick Lane, Charing Cross, Soho, Southbank… Ohhh Take me back right now!!!  (See our trip itinerary here)

How Sweet Eats

Favorite recipe of the week (every recipe from How Sweet Eats has been amazing over the past couple years!!  This is one of my two go-to cooking blogs and this recipe didn’t disappoint.)  Here’s my “Cooked it and Taylor approved” board of Pinterest recipes I’ve actually cooked that are good!

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What are your tips for making your Pinterest more functional and useful?

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