Another month has been and gone with such speed, which reminds me of one of the reasons Charlotte and I started Styling the Seasons. It’s a chance to stop for a moment, no matter how short, and reflect on the change of seasons around us and think about what the month means to us. It has been so wonderful to see all of your different interpretations of October but also the commonalities; I have so enjoyed seeing you collect leaves, pick pumpkins and decorate conkers. There has been so much beautiful nature in so many of your shots and blog posts and watching your children get involved has been really special too. Thanks to all of you who have posted a photo on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook or written a beautiful blog post. Charlotte and I spoke on the phone the other day and gushed about you all and how much you have inspired us! One of the nicest things this month has been ‘meeting’ new people who have shared their posts or shots, which was another reason for starting this blog series. We have discovered such stunning Instagram accounts and wonderful blogs and even a few of the wonderful images were featured on the gorgeous Folkings. Here are links to all the blog posts this month and search the #stylingtheseasons hashtag to see all of the images…
Littlegreenshed / Lapin Blu / Hannah in the House / The Ordinary Lovely / The Villa at Mount Pleasant / Cate St. Hill / Freckled Fennell / Love Lemon / The Planned Adventure / Growing Spaces / The Lovely Drawer / Diying To Make It / Made By Molu / A Quiet Style / Really Pretty Useful / Papermash / Makelight / Celebrate Creation / Daisy Fay / Wild and Grizzly / Geoffrey and Grace / Living in London / Under the plum blossom tree / Katharine Peachey / Lotts and Lots / Apartment Apothecary
To pick a favourite post for October is very difficult indeed but there were a few that stood out for various reasons.
Thank you again to everyone who has styled and shared. I hope Styling the Seasons continues to give you inspiration throughout November and we really look forward to seeing more corners of your homes and finding out what next month means to you.