There is something magical about rainbows, isn’t there? The formation is so majestic, the colors are perpetually uplifting and it is impossible not to feel happy whenever you spot one in the sky after the rain. Like a giant sign in your face, reminding you that the rain has passed and all is well. How’s that for a positive message from up there?
I was at the nursery a while back and saw this unique variety of roses which were made to look like a rainbow, with each petal a different color (ahem, roses don’t come naturally like that). Still, I thought they were beautiful and I couldn’t help but wonder how the heck were they able to do this on individual petals? o_O
See? Pretty innit? I picked up three and placed them next to my bed; couldn’t stop staring at them for days. :P No, I didn’t solve the mystery but I was very happy to admire and enjoy them. They also inspired me to put together a roundup of rainbow inspirations. Check it out, check it out.
Oh, by the way when I was in Paris I was looking for a public bathroom on the way to the Louvre and stumbled upon the ultra luxe public restroom which also happened to be the Renova store too. Yes, I’d like me some rainbow-colored toilet paper in my bathrooms at home please. ;) Shop online here.
I’m telling ya, there’s something about a product lineup in the colors of the rainbow that appeals to consumers visually. Can’t go wrong with the rainbow formation.
Incidentally, I organize the clothes hung in my wardrobe according to color, so I enjoy a tiny visual treat of rainbow every time I get dressed. I’m OCD like that, yes. :X But this shouldn’t be a surprise to you anymore, kekeke.
Not really that impressive, I know. My clothes are heavy on the neutral colors… but you get the organizational idea. ;) If I had a bigger wardrobe, I might even have taken it a step further and done that thing my ex does: getting hotel-style wooden hangers and spacing each one apart in equal distance. Now THAT is what I call hardcore OCD-ness… I’m not at that level yet. ;p Puwahahaha.