Links to Love: August, vol.5

Our new gallery wall in our apartment. Photo by Caroline Hutchison

Our new gallery wall in our apartment. Photo by Caroline Hutchison

I keep forgetting it is September, but I love that this month is finally here! August has seamlessly flown by with picnics & vacations, time by the lake, time spent with family, friends, and moving out of our first apartment and into our new (more spacious) apartment a town over. Hooray!

Here is some of Augusts round-up for me of links to love:

-  I really love the freedom of a gallery wall and all the unique ways you can arrange and showcase treasured pieces. The picture above is one I put together in our Living room. Check out some great ones here.

- I constantly feel their is an infinite amount to learn within the Adobe CC suite. With my main platform being InDesign, I came across these quick tips to help you work a little smoother in the program. (I will take all the quick tips and keyboard short cuts I can!)

- Sweater weather seems to be around the corner (How did September come so quickly?) and I love this fun sweater that will definitely ease the change from sunny summer days to crisp fall weather.

- With moving into a new apartment that (space wise) is very different from our old one, we have made numerous trips to IKEA. (Thank the Lord for furniture you can carry up narrow flights of stairs in pieces.) IKEA recently launched their new catalog (That you can see on Instagram) , and this great app that allows you to see how their pieces would look in your space before you buy them. Pretty convenient ! Watch the video here.

- Though I love our sunny apartment, I often crave a yard or patio. These beautiful projects by the Beautiful Mess team definitely settle my craving.  Porch swing, Pergola, and their Party Patio. Love all those colors!

- Finally, from the creators of Instagram comes Hyperlapse, a video app that allows "handheld time lapses that result in a cinematic look, quality and feel". WHOA. Check out more on Instagrams blog.

Happy  weekend - and here's to a happy September!