Happy Friday! I’ve got a fun lineup for you today, so hope you enjoy. The pool dig is happening today, so I’ll be sharing all of the updates with you soon. I’m also at St. Simons Island this weekend helping a friend at her women’s retreat, so that’s always fun. Love to visit that sweet Georgia coast town!
This is a Feature Friday I did back in 2016, but it’s still inspirational. Kathleen with Lindsay Hill Interiors is still in the business and has a beautiful website with lots of beautiful projects in her portfolio, so check that out for more.
I’m a big fan of Mallory Mathison Interiors and isn’t this room gorgeous?! She often does a room in the showhouses here in Atlanta. It has everything that I love in here.
If you’re not following my friend, Rhonda Jones on Instagram, you definitely need to. Her backyard pool had me drooling the first time I saw it. She lives in Charleston, SC and they renovated a pretty historic house and added this gorgeous pool in the backyard and it is stunning! If our backyard turns out half this nice, I’ll be thrilled. She also rides around Charleston with her little pup, Lulu on a trike and they are the cutest. She shows off all the beauty in Charleston!
I spotted this Chocolate Chip Banana Bread on Instagram on What’s Gaby Cooking and went over and found the recipe on her blog. Doesn’t this look delish?!
This Chicken Tortilla soup in the instant pot looks so delish as well from Joyous Apron. I’ve got an instant pot that I’ve never used and I have got to get it out and try it. Do you have one and do you use it and love it? I’m a big fan of Mexican chicken soup.
Around the House
Blue and white continues to be very popular and for good reason. I love blue and white and have fully embraced all the hues in our house. I just bought that cute trash can for our guest bathroom. You can find all the links below (affiliate links):
What We’re Watching
We just finished watching Bad Vegan on Netflix and wow, was it a crazy con man story. Lots of twists and turns in that one, but very fascinating.
And we watched the 100 Foot Journey on Amazon Prime. I had seen it years ago, but Mark had not so I wanted to watch it again with him. It’s such a feel good restaurant story set in France.