Looking for an interesting way to bring the outdoors inside? Get the look with with this industrial outdoors dining room concept board that shows you how!
It’s no secret that when a mommy and a daddy make a baby each parent provides 50% of their genes. However, I’m seriously wondering if something went a little askew when it comes to my daughter. Why? Because I honestly think she has more like 75% of my genes and 25% of Mike’s. Maybe… even higher than that if I’m being reallyyy honest with myself!
Not only does that child look darn near identical to me, but she also has a ridiculous amount of my mannerisms, expressions, and unfortunately my quick temper. Wait, wait, wait. Those sound like all bad things. She does have my good looks too. HAH! ;)
This realization especially hit me pretty hard when Mike, Ava, and I recently visited my parents in my home state of Indiana. Sure, I’ve heard many, many, many times before that Miss Ava looks like my mini me. However, it’s a completely different ballgame when your mom whips out your old baby books, and the photos in the albums look like the child sitting next to you.
Kinda cool? Well, yea!
Really freaky? Even more so.
But, one of the things that I will always miss about Indiana are the lush, velvety green grasses that cannot be found anywhere in North Carolina. I’m absolutely obsessed with the way they tickle your feet when you walk through it in just sandals, and the softness that greets you when you lay upon it for a late afternoon picnic. #superdorkiknow
And you know me. I have this obsession with taking photos whenever the mood strikes, or I’m feeling inspired. So, naturally, I decided to use one of the many gorgeous photos I took on my trip up north as the inspiration for this week’s “Get the Look” series that I’ll be doing every month.
Enjoy, and if you have a photo that you’d love to see a concept board made out of, let me know! I’m always looking for creative shots!
Get the Look: The Industrial Outdoors Dining Room
- Rugs USA – Ponderosa VN07 Faded Chevron Tiles Rug
- Amazon – Vineyard Rustic Style 6-Light Glass Fixture
- Etsy – Lisovaceramics – Forest Fern Ceramic Plate
- Minted – Renee Anne – Meet Me There Study 2 Artwork
- Magnolia – White Ceramic and Cement Pot
- West Elm – Emmerson Reclaimed Wood Expandable Table
- Cost Plus World Market – Green Elysse Split Back Upholstered Chairs
- Antique Farm House – Distressed Black Metal Table
Psstt… looking for other decorating inspiration? Check out these gorgeous posts under my decorating category.