Live a rainbow this summer

Spring is in full swing, but I still haven’t managed to finish up my spring cleaning. Truth be told, I probably never will. So I’m looking for ways to make the house feel fresh without expending a huge amount of energy. Because, frankly, I just don’t have it in me.

Same goes for my closet. I had big plans for purging, and I did a little bit, but somehow I still can’t close most of my drawers. Failed hopes of bissfull minimalism can get depressing.

But then I look at a rainbow—a real one is always amazing but a graphic representation is also pretty good—and everything feels a little more hopeful. Rainbows remind me of my ’70s childhood during which you could find me wearing short shorts, Mork suspenders, sweatbands, and socks festooned with rainbows (what are your rainbow memories?).

So I’m not complaining that I’m seeing rainbows everywhere lately. I hope they’re a trend that never dies. It looks to be going quite strong, based on how easy it was to collect for you the rainbow items below. Don’t you feel happier already?

Debbie Bean triangle stained-glass suncatcher, $60

 

Madeline Thompson bebe cashmere sweater, $375

Madeline Thompson rainbow cashmere track pants, $375

ATM 3D 3-piece hardside luggage set in rainbow, $330

Modcloth Rainbow With Me Jeans, $69

Sunnylife rainbow neon LED wall light, $108

Milly Cabana deep side scoop tank one-piece, $185

Mepra Due rainbow 5-piece flatware set, $123 (on sale!)

Sunnylife inflatable rainbow pool ring, $43

Sunnylife rainbow ukelele, $32

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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