Tuesday Things – Yellow Inspired

I don’t care that there is still snow on the ground – I am so ready for Spring. And yellow is just the ultimate color of springtime, don’t you think? So, let’s get our yellow on!

 

1) Get some happy for your kitchen!

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These ceramic canisters from Target’s Threshold line are sporting lids in the perfect shade of springtime yellow! I imagine most people would use these for tea bags or granola, but I have my eye on them for a lovely new way to stash Emma’s dog treats.

2) Yellow in the Bedroom

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I am not in the market for new bedding (according to my husband), however if I were, I would be all over this Ikat duvet cover from West Elm. How could you not be happy waking up in that bed?

3) Grow some Sunshine

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I was given these beautiful vase of tulip bulbs a couple of weeks ago, and have been attempting to photograph them in different stages as part of my attempt to learn how to use my camera. Both of these shots were taken using something other than the “auto” setting – which is a real step for me! And how gorgeous are these yellow tulips? Now I’m bummed that they are reaching the end of their bloom-life, but I plan to plant the bulbs!

Now give this song a listen, and enjoy your day! Only two weeks until the official start of Spring!

 

Fresh Seasonal Centerpiece

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To me, yellow is the color of springtime. I always infuse yellow accents into my decorating during these months – from flowers, to pillows, and this year even new spring curtains!

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I am loving this combination of yellow & blue – seen here in this little centerpiece arrangement on my dining room table.

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The ceramic berry basket was a find at T.J. Maxx for $6.99, and I’ve filled it with artificial lemons from Pottery Barn.

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I’m seriously in love with blue mason jars. The yellow & blue tie in perfectly with that table runner – the Threshold Floral Cotton Table Runner from Target!

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Oh, Spring… how I wish you could stay forever.

 

What colors say “spring” to you? Do you change the color scheme of your home decor with the seasons, too?