Sunday, June 13, 2010

Sunday Photo Feature


Red and Yellow flowers.

Photo1
When I saw these at the grocery store I just had to have them. Couldn’t resist my favorite color combination!
Photo2
It just makes me happy to see them! So I thought I’d share them with you.
diningroom
Hope they make you smile too!

flowers


40 comments:

Donna said...

My favorite colors too! They're gorgeous.

japink said...

I just love your blog!

Tennis Girl said...

Lovely! I love your toiles.
Robin

1 Funky Woman said...

Oh how pretty and they make me happy!

A Vintage Chic said...

I can see why it's your favorite color combination, Manuela--can't help but make you smile!

Love all your toile, too--so beautiful!

Hope your Sunday is lovely and restful...

Julie

Vee said...

Yup! It worked! And the cheery red gingham ribbon helps, too. Keep smiling, dear Manuela...

Storybook Woods said...

Perfect, very Manuela !!! xoxox Clarice, who is enjoying sunny hot Wa. It is like 67 degress :-P

Bella said...

They are beautiful! Thanks for sharing.

mizdarlin said...

They are beautiful, and anything next to, on top of, or anywhere near toile gets my double vote...

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Thanks for sharing your flowers with us - they are beautiful.

Linda said...

They ARE beautiful...and they DID make me smile...thanks!!

Marianne@Songbird said...

Yep smiling here :-)

Julie Harward said...

Thanks for sharing them, they make me happy to and the setting they are in makes them even prettier! Come say hi sometime :D

Debby said...

Flowers are beutiful. I bought sunflowers yesterday. I really like your curtains and tablecloth, did you make them?

Debbie said...

The coupling of red with yellow is one of my favorites. Adding two others favorites, toile and gingham, make this whole picture so beautiful to me. It says, "Happy Home"!

Donna said...

So cute! I love the gingham bow!

Donna

Rhoda @ Southern Hospitality said...

Hey, looks like you are busy as usual with projects! Love your veggie & fruit garden & that arbor & fencing is a great idea. I'd love to do that somewhere in our backyard to separate areas & plant a Confederate jasmine vine.

Your garden is looking great. Hope you're doing good, haven't talked in awhile. As usual, I can't keep up either. :)

Colleen - the AmAzINg Mrs. B said...

Yez! They did - thank you!And it's my favortie color combination as well..so it was a VERY happy post today - perfect for a Sunday!

Terri Steffes said...

Now I am smiling too~

Melissa Miller said...

Very pretty and cheerful! I too love red and yellow.

Have a great one. ~Melissa :)

cindy said...

Your dining room is so beautiful. I;ve not cared much for toile in the past but the older I get the more I enjoy it.

Cindy

Connie said...

You just took my breath away, chick! Gorgeous.
xoxo,
Connie

Angie said...

Beautiful! You know I love those colors too!

Jennifer said...

Sooo pretty! I see why you had to have them too!

~Jennifer

Vickie said...

But of course, dahling! Love that red and yellow combination!!! Just beautiful!

Gloria said...

Yes I smiled. Thank you. Have a great week.

Joyce said...

Vibrant colors make me happy:-)
Joyce

Paula said...

Beautiful! Isn't it great how such a small thing can give us so much pleasure?

Mrs.Rabe said...

Love the colors and I love real flowers in the home!

Alberta said...

Your flowers have brightened my day just by looking at your post - thanks!

Dena said...

I love them and the pretty container too!!!

Hugs,
Dena

Leann said...

So bright and cheerful on a summer's day. They remind me of Daisy Cottage.

Leann

Roses and Lilacs said...

What a beautiful splash of color. Don't some flowers just make you smile, not matter what your mood?
Marnie

Saltbox Treasures said...

Hi. I just found your blog. You have a beautiful french country home! I also love toile and french country!
I am a new blogger and loving it! There are so many very talented women out there!
I just re-did my powder room in black toile wallpaper on the top half with white bead board on the bottom, but I'm having trouble determining what I should hang for decor on the toile. Do you have any suggestions? Thanks.
~ Julie

My Cozy Cubby said...

Hi Manuela!

I L-O-V-E, LOVE your mantel! Thanks for sharing your book cover idea! It all looks gorgeous!

Pamela

Stephanie @ La Dolce Vita said...

Beautiful! But then I love everything you do! :)

Brenda@Cozy Little House said...

One of my very favorite color combos, Manuela! Red and yellow just shouts welcome in a spirited fashion. Lovely!
Brenda

Heather said...

such cheery blooms - and another rainy day here, so they are a 'sight for sore eyes' as my Nanny used to say!

Kristi said...

beautiful!!! And that shot of your DR to your porch is GORGEOUS!!!!! thanks for sharing :)
Kristi

Miss Janice said...

Gorgeous! I'm loving your black toile drapes with the red at the top!