O touch me warm your slanting rays how cold my soul you left behind, to gaze through tears at beauty high to wander through the haze of days and know the planets misaligned — when eyes of turquoise dyed the sky. – Susan Ashley
A beautiful piece of Susan Ashley's poem "When Eyes of Turquoise Died the Skyes". Her poem inspired me to do a new edition of turquoise things that I love!
This lovely turquoise bracelet from Paris had to top my list this week. I love the unusual shape of the bangle and the heft it must contain. I can't quite make out the maker's name inside. If you know who it is, please let me know in the comments! :)
This particular necklace by Susan Backus has sold but if you stop by her website, she has a ton of other beauties to admire and purchase. So many gorgeous pieces and many, if not most, have turquoise. I adore her jewelry making. The lavish layers of beautiful bits are candy for the eye!
Adorable vintage camper interior design in turquoise with touches of royal blue and pops of pink and gold. So darn cute! And a simple DIY as well – just a bit of paint on the cabinets, new fabric on the cushions, and some fun gold hardware for the cabinets really spruced up this gorgeous space!
I'm not sure whether this one is Photoshop or painted rocks, but either way, I'm in LOVE with the turquoise and marine blue aesthetic! Loving the pops of gold here and there too. This is inspiring me for my cottage garden! It would be beautiful to paint some rocks in these colors to add around the succulents and flowers. And it would add much-needed color in the winter!
A stunning Indian or Indian-inspired turquoise dress. The ruffled details of the skirt and bodice are driving me wild! And of course, I love her pretty hennaed feet and hands. I imagine this was a wedding dress, although it could have been another celebration. Where would you wear this gorgeous dress if you had it? Let me know in the comments. I think I'd wear it everywhere!
Thank you for taking this turquoise train with me again! It's fun to peruse to many beautiful turquoise things in the world. If you have a favorite turquoise item, please share it via email, I'd love to see it!