Watercolour everywhere

4 Jun

For those of you who have been hanging around you will notice my recent obsession with all things watercolour. Tomorrow  I am heading with a couple friends to the Tate Britain for their Watercolours Exhibition and am pretty excited.  Before we are going carbooting so all in all an exciting day tomorrow.  Today I need to almost finish an assignment.  How depressing when today has the beautiful weather planned (you can see I am already procrastinating).

Anyway, isn’t it strange how when you first notice something you suddenly start seeing it everywhere and then you wonder whether it was always there and you just didn’t bother to look.  Here are some lovely pieces I have spotted around lately

Fine Day Press

Creative Mint

Kokka fabric from Purl Soho

Dress from Anthropologie

Watercolour wall paper from Black Crow Studios

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3 Responses to “Watercolour everywhere”

  1. siobhan 4 June 2011 at 7:29 am #

    That wall is amazing! Watercolour at Tate Britain is brilliant, I saw it a couple of weeks ago. The botanical ones are beautiful. Have a great weekend!

  2. Tracey 4 June 2011 at 8:45 am #

    So many gorgeous things you’ve collected here … a delight for the eyes! I can’t wait to hear what the Watercolours Exhibition is like … I’m very jealous of your visit! 🙂

  3. Elizabeth@rosalilium 5 June 2011 at 9:19 pm #

    that’s a lovely collection you have there, and I love what Anthropologie has done with that dress *sigh*

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