I hope you’ll enjoy the talents of creative souls who offer beauty, inspiration, and perspective Instagram. Their feeds often stop me in my tracks, and a few have names you’ll recognize. Maybe you’ll gain a new friend or two as you click through their squares. Cozy Autumn Feels From Stylists to Follow + Encouragement Quotes is decorated with peaceful autumnal radiance shimmering from a diverse range of creators.
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Cozy Autumn Feels From Stylists to Follow + Encouragement Quotes
And let’s talk quotes for a moment…
I enjoy posting quotes to inspire, tickle, challenge, and even to disarm. But mostly, I like to offer words of encouragement.
What a kind show of support when you PIN them to send ripples of hope throughout the land. (It also helps when you repin your favorites from my boards HERE). Just a reminder: such ripples are not a small thing.
Pinterest is not a social media platform after all…it’s a search engine.
Just imagine someone across the universe feeling despair and tearfully typing ‘encouragement’ or ‘struggle’ in the search bar on Pinterest.
Imagine that human stumbling upon just the right sentiment that YOU personally took the time to preserve.
Isn’t it miraculous when you ponder the potential for healing the internet holds?
Get Cozy With Autumn Feels From Stylists IG
The French Nest Co Interior Design
If you love inspiring French country interior design and tone on tone interiors, you’ll adore The French Nest Co Interior Design.
There is a quiet wonder in lovely moments shared by Arizona-based designer Jennifer Licoln-Cutler. (Her grams from France may influence your bucket list!)
Nora Murphy Country House
I’ll never forget the delight of cracking open my copy of this author’s book which is an absolute treasure.
You’ll love Connecticut-based Nora Murphy’s lovely style and feed: Nora Murphy Country House.
BONUS: Nora’s lovely historic house was on the market…here it is:
I have been typing these little love notes with the occasional Frenglish* on Hello Lovely since January 2010, and if you’re reading them, you may know my favorite magazine (Milieu) and designer (Pamela Pierce).
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*fairly certain Ms. Pierce is not at all impressed with Ms. Lovely’s high school Frenglish…still that won’t deter her. **
**Low key, I may have swallowed cold medicine just prior to this posting.***
***Just queried myself ‘really? with the sharing of your internal jibber jabber and Nyquil-induced footnotes?’ We said oui.****
*****Pam, I am probably not as obnoxious in real life, yet when I post work from a designer in Texas, every Southern phrase I have ever adored bubbles up into consciousness.***********If you can’t run with the big dogs, gurrrrl, stay on the porch.
For the Love of BBQ, Pull Yerself Together
Pam’s leap of faith continues to bring blessedly beautiful bespoke luxe to newsstands and famished souls around the globe. (Surely few would dare to dream of creating an interiors mag at a time publishing houses were gone like the wind!)
Pierce’s vision to shepherd seekers of fresh, exquisite, and timeless design continues to manifest loveliness.
Fall in love with impossibly rich imagery and depth within Milieu’s instagram feed.
I’d Sing This to PP
Pinecones and Acorns
My friend Elizabeth of Pinecones and Acorns bakes deliciousness, shares seasonal inspiration with recipes, and sprinkles lifestyle loveliness liberally.
Isn’t this stunning?
Here is a foodie who puts her heart into each scrumptious treat and fluently speaks “the love language of homemade.”
My Petite Maison
Brace yourself for the absence of orange and traditional Fall colors beyond maybe a little rust. 🙂 Imagery and treasures shared by Tracie of My Petite Maison have a meditative, serene, pure quality in any season that perhaps cannot be easily conveyed in a sentence or twenty.
So much mystery and mercy within the vignettes and everyday moments of home.
What a rare gift of Nordic French beauty shared on a journey which involves a cozy lovely Swedish immigrant’s cottage and vintage finds in her shop HERE.
After Orange County
Authored by an amazing creative dynamo, After Orange County invites friends to her: kitchen, travels, renovations, and design innovations.
We imbibe breathtaking tablescape details, garden splendor, and trips abroad highlighted in posts, yet somehow our guide remains accessible to down to earth, not well read nor well bred, fairies on the prairie. So much gratitude, Celia.
With a presence in Chicago and the Hamptons, designer Michael del Piero continues to curate with rare sensitivity and grace. I could stare at her soulful compositions forever.
Sometimes I do.
I personally discover a quality of non-dual awareness within the work, a harmony, and an uncommon sensual depth.
What a privilege to behold any vignette, space, or rustic luxe picnic moment composed by Michael.
Oh, Instagram…Is This Your Theme Song?
Hahahaha. I recently discovered this exceptional vocalist and cannot even imagine the confidence to cover a well established classic as this…you MUST hear the harmonized chorus at 1:19! (Drummer is a dead ringer for our second born son.)
Or is THIS IG’s theme song?
(Translation: I remain neither neurotic nor savvy enough to post solely perfect images or keep my daily feed brand-consistent with select colors. Hence, IG still doesn’t love it some Hello Lovely).
While Giannetti Home is a brand (and let’s face it, just as Forbes predicted years ago, it is tricky nowadays to distinguish brands from blogs), it remains a breath of fresh air in the design realm.
For those of us following the journey of Steve and Brooke Giannetti, surely this family business is the sort of organically grown perennial success story we are moved to admire as each chapter beautifully blooms.
Velvet and Linen
I cannot mention Giannetti Home without recommending Brooke’s feed, Velvet and Linen!
Sure I could get through a Monday or a Wednesday without a glimpse of pygmy goats and smiling babydoll sheep. I can also exist without a magical pink ombré setting-sun sky over Patina Farm.
But I don’t want to.
There is a synthesis of lovely layers…farm animals to enjoy not consume, architectural integrity to inspire, and luxe linen pinafores to elevate daily chores…there’s peace flowing in this feed.
Mmmmm the nostalgia and incentive to thrift. Le Cultivateur is another feed from a talented stylist cultivating simple beauty from her home and the fruit of the everyday.
I am so grateful for instagrammers who continue to blog…it’s old school indeed!
I so honor the work of Amy Chalmers of Maison Decor, and her IG feed never ceases to surprise and delight me as she shares her creative life and process.
Whether she is whipping up a romantic French toile skirt for a dining table, choosing a cupola for a charming new structure in the backyard, or incredibly working in miniature, this innovative artist captures my imagination.
What a wondrous woman who truly personifies “an inspired life.”
Follow the Yellow Brick Home
My path crossed with the kind-hearted, wise, and energetic stylist-a Amber, of Follow the Yellow Brick Home, when I participated in a weekly blog gathering where she is a co-host.
Here is an endearing blogger who freely shares her lifestyle ideas and faith…who feels like a wholesome, life-giving dear friend or sister.
Barbara of Mantel and Table is a gracious host who puts her heart into each lovely table, centerpiece, and still life.
If romantic Victoria magazine-esque enchantment tingles your jingles, tiptoe to these tablescape and mantelscape tinglers.
I hope you’ll find loveliness and the unexpected from these sources of wonder!
Decor With Fall Feels & Favs
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