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It’s amazing how you can get inspiration literally out of thin air. Well, the rain and sun this weekend got me thinking of Spring Rainbows and how beautiful a rainbow looks in the sky. It has a magical quality you know? When I was little, rainbows symbolized My Little Ponies, Care Bears and mystical lands you only ever dreamt about…

Now that I’m all of 26, with my little ponies stashed away in some upper-most cupboard in my parents house (waiting for my yet to be born daughter), I still love rainbows, so I thought why not? Why not be inspired in a ‘grown-up’ way? So yes, today’s post on The Good Girls Guide is really all about rainbow inspiration. Not that you need to have multicoloured everything running through your home, but that you can take some of the elements like shade, tone and colour and make it your own.

Welcome to my rainbow-inspired decor post – dedicated to Rainbow Brite 🙂 (and even she grew up).

Will We Have Rainbows?Will We Have Rainbows? | source here.

Rainbow Bricks & Floor

Rainbow Bricks & Floor | source here.

Colourful Cushions

Colourful Cushions | source here.

Ten 'Colourful' Bottles

Ten ‘Colourful’ Bottles | source here.

Staircase to Heaven

Staircase to Heaven | source here.

A Smorgasbord of Colour

A Smorgasbord of Colour | source here.

A Bookcase of Rainbows

A Bookcase of Rainbows | source here.

A Blind Spectrum

A Blind Spectrum | source here.

Melted Crayons

Melted Crayons | source here.

Rainbow Brite Grew Up

Rainbow Brite Grew Up | source here.

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