All of us fans are still mourning the loss of Prince, he was one of the icons that was so much a part of our generation. As Jimmy Fallon stated in his tribute on Saturday Night Live, “He had his own color, he owns purple.” It was everywhere, on his guitars, his clothing, and we all know the famous song.
The color purple is not used as often as it should be as an accent in my opinion. I’m not a huge fan of saturated crayon purple in decor, but I love muted lilac and rich plum, especially when paired with gray and gold. Purple has such an elegant quality when done right. Today’s post is dedicated to the the color purple and Prince, he will be missed.
You guys. Prince. I’m still so sad. I associate one of his songs with just about every phase of my life. My heart is broken that he is gone, he was such an icon and so talented.
This morning the sun is out and it’s a big day for us, it’s the annual hometown parade where thousands of people congregate. It’s always a fun event and one of the reasons I love living in a small-ish town. I’m walking in the parade with my little boy and his martial arts studio, it’s very cute to see them all in their uniforms and belts walking down the main street waving at the thousands of people who come every year.
Tomorrow I’m spending the day painting furniture in my garage, a dresser for my brother and a bed for my son. I bought him a loft bed to make more space in his room to store all of his Legos and toys underneath, I’ll post an update on that space soon.
Thank you so much for all your tips on where to go and what to eat while I’m in Paris this summer, we decided to stay in a boutique hotel for few days then I rented a loft on Air B&B in Le Marais for 5 days to get more of a “life in Paris” feel if only for a short time. I’ve started a list of places to visit thanks to all of your suggestions! And now for the favorite projects and spaces: