Colonel Mustard

Growing up as a ginger I always felt the yellow pallet was never my friend, enter the color mustard. Since the discovery of my deep seeded love for the hue I have found numerous ways to incorporate into my everyday life and home. I love the idea of integrating the color throughout my wardrobe; whether through the use of an infinity scarf or a great pair of flats it always gives me the pop of color I am looking for. However my latest tromps down the yellow-green-brownish brick road consist of layering the color throughout the home. By combining the color with some of my favorite designs and furniture you get something a little unexpected and warm. In other words, lovely.
 
 
 

 

-Icey

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    • Thank you so much! we are trying to get some kinks out but we will be posting a lot more soon!

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