House Build Updates, Monet Exhibit in San Francisco, Furniture Finds and more – 5 on Friday

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Monet:The Early Years

I went to this Monet exhibit in San Francisco not too long ago and I just had to share it with you all!

I LOVE Monet, he is one of my most favorite artists.  

 The exhibit is at the Museum Legion of Honor in San Francisco.

What I thought was most interesting about this exhibit is that there was not a single water lily! 

This was about his early years – before the water lilies!

 The exhibit runs until May 29, 2017.

House Building Updates

So I am so excited because we have plumbing! YES! 

 I know it is just a few pipes, but I am so excited! All of the plumbing is now done in the house.

 For the master bathroom, I am going for more of a glam look.

 I bought this chandelier below for an absolute steal.

I bought these sconces below for the vanities in that room. I think they go well with the chandelier above.

 Looking at stone floors… this one looked pretty with the wood floors.

 Option for outside pavers for pathways….

Furniture Shopping

Sometimes I shop on One King’s Lane and dream about things I would like to buy…

Gustavian Dresser

Paris Map

French Flag

Antique French Country Vanity

Canopy Chair

French Blue Sofa


Pretty canopy bed

Princess Kate in Paris

I follow the Duchess of Cambridge’s fashion and I just absolutely loved this Chanel dress that she wore recently while in Paris. 

 It was so fitting of her to wear – the most French outfit she could… a custom Chanel! I am ooh-la-la-ing.  I love the flared sleeves, the belt, the tricolor.

 Isn’t it lovely? Or, isn’t she lovely? (Yes, I sang that too, like the song).

Love her little clutch too.

If you are a Kate fan, these are my two favorite websites: From Berkshire to Buckingham and What Kate Wore.

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  1. April 3, 2017 / 2:29 am

    Wow, those Monets are gorgeous. And yay for plumbing!