It’s officially Spring and (when it’s not raining or hailing… or snowing thanks to the typical British weather we’ve been having) the sun is shining and temperatures are starting to rise slightly too! So what better way to celebrate than to jazz up my home for Spring, let’s call it Spring-ifying!? Ok maybe that’ll never catch on but the actual act of switching things up for the changing seasons, surely many of us do that? For me, I’ve gone as far as even Spring-ifying my mug cupboard, in fact, it’s the first place I started after spotting this tea holding beauty…
Now hear me out on this one.
You may have guessed already that I love mugs after I posted about this ‘At Home With Ashley Thomas’ one at the beginning of April, claiming my admiration for it’s cute quirky print and rather generous size. This Bluebellgray mug on the other hand… well there’s no cute quirky print to look at and it’s size is more modest. That’s more than ok though because instead I’m left with a gorgeous abstract watercolour print pattern that helps to get my creative juices flowing every time I look at it (which is a lot!) and it’s smaller (read: normal/average) size makes it more ideal for a quick cuppa in the morning when I’m in a rush rather than a long relaxing evening one after a hard day at work.
So this mugs equally as loved as the other one I spoke about then? Shamefully no, this Bluebellgray mug has totally overpowered any admiration I had for the quirky At Home With Ashley Thomas mug. It’s bright colourful paint splodges drawing me when I open the cupboard door and making me think of all of the lovely Spring flowers just outside my window, and I have to admit, I’ve found myself having two cups of teas in a row rather than reaching for the sensible option of my bigger mug on more than the odd occasion, whoops!
If you fancy joining the mug obsession party, you can find the Bluebellgray Abstract mug online here.