I’m not sure when it started, but it has taken hold of me. Whenever I see something with that amazingly crisp combo of blue and white... Oh man, I’m sold. Whether it is a cheap Pier 1 lamp or a strangely expensive picture frame or a doorknob or the border of a stationary set… the list goes on and on.
After I made it through the middle school years, I had a no-blue policy. Jeans were ok, but all else was banned for a while. In my awkward years, I would usually wear blue jeans with an Old Navy blue shirt. This combo, coupled with my dorky glasses and low ponytail, represented my most awkward phase. It was the Bat Mitzvah year.
After I made it through, I did not want to remember those times – so I stayed away from navy.
Then at some point, I fell madly in love with
Charming little Dutch Delfties
Blue Hydrangeas, my wedding flower... my obsession
Example of Delftware, the blue and white pottery made in Delft in the 16-18th centuries
A gorgeous design for a dining room, once again, blue and white come into play...
More blue, blue, blue...