My Blue Period

20140711-053753.jpg Funny, I guess I rarely post or talk about the color blue, as I have received a bunch of correspondence these last few days about me showing it as of late. We actually live with quite a bit of blue at WestWard, but it is not a color I think about writing about often. I think of it almost as a neutral color, as it works well with so many other colors. Blue, please forgive me, I really love you. I promise to write/talk about you more. To that point, we were guests last week at a lovely outdoor dinner of dearest friends, and the varying shade of blues hydrangea on the dining table were exceptional. When we left, Peg, our hostess, went and cut a bunch from their front yard for us to take home. They found their way into single stem vases and a clear Juliska vessel on the dining table in town to be thoroughly enjoy. Hope you enjoy too.






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  1. Ted, I adore how you decorate with many lovely and often small objects – I have always wondered, however – how do you manage the dusting?

  2. A fellow blogger just turned me on to your site, and words fail me as to how much I admire your style!!! I haven’t even gotten past this one entry and already I am in love!!! As I shared with my friend, your style strikes me as effortless, easy, eclectic, energetic, and just plain wonderful!!! I intend to come back and poke about when I’m not hearing the tick-tock of the clock to get ready to leave.

    Have a wonderful weekend, and it’s terrific to “meet” you!

  3. Just beautiful Ted! You and other designers have inspired me so much. Thank you for your blog! Also, I just learned about Juliska. I love the Meadow collection dinnerware. Just gorgeous! Lastly, I just received your book about 3 weeks ago. Wow, it really is simple. It’s a simple read and the decor and ideas you present are easy to incorporate into your life. I love the book!

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