Snowy Peak Peony Peek
The peony is a many layered flower, with endless curls, folds and beauty. Certain gardeners have learned to force bloom peonies through the winter, by nipping buds in the spring and leaving buds in autumn. Sometimes, we have to do this to our consciousness to clear up some of the dust obscuring our view so we can have a peek into our true nature. Enjoy this gorgeous pattern that is grounded and totally year round gorgeous.
Colors include navy, blue, grey, lilac, tan, sand, turquoise, aqua, gold, cream and black.
Blooming in Secret
When things get dark and unclear, it helps to remember there is always a light shining, a radiance radiating. You are connected to the web of everything and no one has to know it but you. This dark beauty is surprisingly bright and it will welcome you through thick-n-thin.
Colors include shades of purple, fuchsia, turquoise, mahogany, black and green.
Padma Shades of S/He/It
These lotus leaves twirl and bend and glisten and they aren’t going to stop & neither should you. It offers a respite to the loud, but it has a vibrancy all its own. The cool shades bring a lot of “ahhhhhhh” and the yellow and orange bring a lot of “ohhhhhh” and nothing stands out but it all joins into one low key happy hollering.
Colors include shades of green, pink, mint, yellow and orange.
Fall Into Season
This patterned beauty brings to mind decors of castles and high cottages on the edge of forests full of sprites and leprechaun. It’s undeniably a class act. The surprising blue almost shines and the pairing with the beige and small pops of buds keeps this from going too bougie (you know what we mean). Like a lot of us, it has one foot in the world of establishment and the other in the world of fairy tales.
Colors include teal, blue, red-orange, beige, and tan.
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