2011 Photography Calendars

I promised you an extensive calendar roundup, and that’s what you’re gonna get! :) I’m ending our series with calendars featuring some amazing photography…so amazing they deserved their own separate category. Ready??

Escape From Reality–these photos from ChelseaVictoria are so dreamy and cozy. They just have a certain warmth that I love!

Remember Amelia Kay Photography? I already have some of her fine art food photos up in my kitchen, but this delicious calendar groups 12 of the best images together. Yum!

The Bit of Country calendar by urbandesign makes me so nostalgic for my college days when I was away from the big city and surrounded by land.

I love the sugary-sweet retro images in the 2011 Fine Art Photography Calendar from yvetteinufio.

Carnival photography is a big trend I can’t wait to explore more. My personal favorites come from bomobob. A Year at the Fair is pure colorful fun.

Turning the Calendar Pages

Is it seriously December already? I don’t know how this happened. I feel like we just had our last decorativity month-at-a-glance, and now it’s time to look back at November! The next time the month rolls over, it will also be another year. Hard to believe. But it’s the perfect introduction to my next set of posts: 2011 calendars! Calendars are a huge deal in the decor world…there is SO much goodness to choose from. Many blogs and websites have rounded up lovely offerings–I’ve tried to keep my inspiration pure and original by keeping my blog browsing minimal and avoiding duplicating other people’s selections. Over the next few days I’ll bring you my personal favorite calendars for your wall, desktop and more. Some will even be in nontraditional shapes, like this fun accordion version. Stay tuned!

Meanwhile, here’s a recap of decorativity in November:

We rounded up products featuring the color red and alphabet letters. I cozied up to the colder weather by imagining my ideal bedroom, complete with fanciful lamps. We celebrated autum leaves and prepared our perfect Thanksgiving table, from cookware to linens to place settings. I shared my handmade Christmas plans, and we had a Harry Potter moment. Get excited, it’s the “most wonderful time of the year” and I know December holds beautiful things in store for us!