Monday, November 5, 2012

election inspired decor...

In honor of Election Day 2012...
Ha! I tricked you if you thought I was dishing about politics, not a chance I'd go there! 
But I did vote, and mr. simple aka political junkie reads me endless articles makes sure I'm well informed 
daily throughout the year...election or not.

facebook.com
hiya papaya photography via house of turquoise

ces.ncsu.edu
Pink, gray and blue
hearthhomemag.co.uk

shelbystar.com
countrydesignhome.com

www2.ljworld.com

room-galleries.myhomeideas.com

www2.ljworld.com
homestoriesatoz.com

mom-de-plume.com
mattersofstyleblog.com

kidsvotingnc.org

houzz.com 

scholastic.com
indulgy.com

Have a wonderful day, friends!


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19 comments:

Decora Adora said...

I love love your blog. The pink chair is dedícate and pretty.
. I dont speak englis. But your image speak
Saludos
Angelica

Shirley@Housepitality Designs said...

Happy Election day...love all the beautiful rooms along with the very cute "voting booths"!!...and that boy's room with the "Hero" pillow is terrific!
Also love the little craft area...

Lisa @ Shine Your Light said...

I love these posts of yours! So clever!

Calypso In The Country said...

So cute Pam! I was wondering where you would go with this when I saw your post yesterday! After seeing all the craziness on my facebook page lately, I won't dare do a post about who I am voting for! But I am definitely voting today! I love all the room selections. I have been in love with that hiya papaya room ever since I first layed eyes on it! That red white and blue boys room is awesome too! Have a great day!
-Shelley

Holly said...

I have to go back tonight. My husband wanted Sheila to see the democratic process - what a mistake (at least for the presidential election). I remember waiting in line 4 years ago, but not with a toddler. Then our cute little toddler was so upset that we left Daddy inside at this strange place. I will be going back without my sweet little girl tonight ;)

Jill Flory of Sew a Fine Seam said...

Good choice to not bring the politics to blogging! haha! love all the photos of the kids - our neighbor girl came over the other day and said 'guess what! I voted today!' so cool. Our kids homeschool and their 'teacher' didn't get into any voting stuff for them!

Dana Frieling said...

Your post is the best part of election day in my opinion! ha!

Jennifer @ Dimples and Tangles said...

These posts of yours always amaze me. Well done!

Katie {Miss Dixie} said...

Cute post Pam! I'm not going there either, better safe that way! haha! My Dad reads articles to my Mom probably every single day- it drives her crazy!

Cathy Wall said...

I do love these posts and this one has me smiling! I am waiting until the first rush of voting is over, then I am off to make my voice heard. Nice that Mr. Simple keeps you up on the issues!!!!

Tracey@Breathing English Air said...

I love the chairs in that first pic, actually I like the entire room. And those blue walls in the sitting room further down, gorgeous! We too are getting all the news about your election, I almost feel like I should be voting I have seen so much coverage!

Taylor Greenwalt said...

Cute post Pam......

Patty Day @Pattys Epiphanies said...

Great Post! The kids look like they are having a great time.....especially love the baby with the Vote sticker! Adorable.
Thanks for the visit to Live Love Decorate.

Morgan said...

Aww, such cute kids! I bet that was such a fun day for them! :)

Nancy said...

fun links to design inspiration! Gotta keep it creative! good job. Have a great day.
xo Nancy
Powellbrowerhome.com

LiveLaughDecorate said...

such a clever post lady! Usually not a fan of green but that nightstand stole my heart. Ditto for that nursery inspired by the baby who voted! LOVE IT!

Gretchen said...

Great blog! Loved the kids voting in their classrooms. There are too many children around the world whose parents don't have this opportunity.

Divine Theatre said...

I wouldn't trust a government-led school to be unbiased in its political teachings! I hope more parents in our great Republic educate their children on socioeconomic issues!
I cannot wait until the numbers are all in so we can get back to life!

The Governors Daughter said...

even though this day is over, thank goodness, i liked your take on the election! cute.

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