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Happy List: #67

We’re ending the week in my part of the world with an Irish HEATWAVE! Seriously, folks. 65 degrees Fahrenheit is about as warm as it gets on this little island – even in the summer. Based on the number of people I’ve seen sunbathing on the beach, I’d say quite a few people called in “sick” to work this week. Sick of winter, if you want to get specific!

On Monday I shared my leather wrapped rock paperweight. I’m kind of obsessed with it!

Wednesday on the blog was all about two-handle kitchen faucets. They are pretty, but I don’t understand why they are practical. Feel free to weigh in on the topic that I’ve spent WAY too much time thinking about.

The Happy List is rarely practical, but it’s always fun!


I like how different this Copper Triangle Wreath from Remington Avenue is. Hop over for the how-to.

(image: Remington Avenue)


If you want to drool over some gorgeous lighting or have a few thousand(!) to drop on a chandelier, head over to Ro Sham Beaux.

It’s a lighting and furniture company in Charleston and this is just one of many amazing things in their inventory.

(image: Ro Sham Beaux)


Who likes math and needs a project? This wall treatment would look cool most anywhere!


I’m not sure that I want one, but these vases at Crowdy House┬ámade me smile.

Perhaps because this is often how WILD my hair looks. If you’ve seen me in the morning, you know I’m not exaggerating.


This entire space shown on Home Bunch is gorgeous, but what caught my eye was the transom window framing out the nook. Neat idea to add interest to a space.

(image: CVI Design, LLC. via Home Bunch)


When I was a teen, Keds were the cool shoes. You had to have that little blue rectangle on the back of your shoes.

And now look at these Keds! So. darn. happy!

Love this new collaboration Keds has with Rifle Paper Co.!


I haven’t hopped aboard the letter board bandwagon, but I sure get a kick out of the funny letter board sayings I see online! Like this one…

And here’s another one…

You’ll enjoy both of those Instagram accounts, by the way.


I need these in my mouth life.

Recipe at Two Peas and Their Pod.

(image: Two Peas and Their Pod)


This is the happiest DIY planter, isn’t it?

My daughter would love to make something like this. Coincidentally, her room is the only place in our house where something this bright and whimsical would fit right in.

Get the tutorial at A Beautiful Mess.

(image: A Beautiful Mess)

Have the happiest of Fridays! See you next week!

P.S. If you’re not following me on Instagram, what are you waiting for? I do share project photos, but right now it’s mainly pictures of the things I see around Ireland! This week I spotted a fox!


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