Sunday, 5 July 2015

Sunday Favourites #141

Hey guys,

I'm sorry this week's Sunday Faves is later than usual. I took a little day trip to London yesterday to celebrate my birthday, pushed myself too much and over did it by at least six hours, and didn't have the strength to finish this post when I got home. I had to crawl up the stairs to get in to bed, crashed, and slept on and off for fourteen hours last night... but more on yesterday's antics another day. I'm sure you'd rather take a peek at this week's favourites, right? Well, let's get cracking...

I love the way this display has been arranged. The pink sofa, the funky cushions, and the fruit decorations are to die for.

I want to make a birthday cake pinata!

These floral doughnuts are so pretty. All of the photos in the post are beautifully arranged, too.

This hama-bead dream catcher is so cute.

Such beautiful pieces of art from artist Anny Wang.

This tattoo is amazing.

This photo is so beautiful. Just look at all that colour!

More beautiful arrangements from Emily Blincoe.

I love these photos from Brad Wilson, who captured the moments his animal subjects looked directly at him.

This creature, discovered in the depths of the 28.000 ft Puerto Rican trench, is absolutely terrifying!

 I love this print.

If you'd like to see more of the images that inspire me each week, why not check out my Pinterest and Tumblr accounts?

Thanks for reading.



  1. Hope you had a great time in London! Those animal are so cute!!

  2. How many beautiful items!!?? I love them! So many pretty pastels. Hope you feel better soon. X

  3. I hope you had an amazing birthday Louise! Looks like you did with your Lush haul on Instagram, can't wait to see more reviews! Hope you're feeling better soon. As for this post... amazing inspiration post, I want to comment on everything haha love it all xxx

  4. love your pics


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