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As you may have noticed, the internet, blogosphere and Instagram were all aflutter this weekend with festive tales of Coachella. Couldn’t make it down to the desert? No worries, I’m here to help bring the musical festival vibe directly to your home.
Here are some of my festival-inspired picks to infuse that indie-fun-loving feel into your space.1. Antlers; Made by Cassandra Smith – Etsy | 2. Pillow; West Elm | 3. Hanging Wicker Chair Swing; Pier One | 4. Vintage Moroccan Rug; Haus Interior | 5. Gold Chevron Glass; C-Wonder | 6. Stool; Wantful | 7. Gold Side Tray Table; Overstock | 8. Hand Painted Credenza; Anthropologie
Peace & Love
I absolutely love this little guy! The white ceramic finish is so minimalistic, but the little gold tip on the tail adds the perfect little bit of glam. Oh Sugar (as my grandma would say), I think I’m going to have to buy it…
Honeycomb Studio; Etsy
Okay, so we know that I have a thing with triangles, and right now I definitely have baby on the brain (due in 6 days!). Considering all this, you can see why I’m obsessed with these baby booties. They are absolutely adorable… and reversible to boot (ha ha, get it).
There’s something so chic about dainty jewelry. Case in point, this gorgeous little gold and emerald ring. Definitely on my wish list (well, once the swelling in my hands goes down… ah the joys of pregnancy!).
I came across this gorgeous table setting, and it was love at first sight. Between the gold flatware and the peach tones in the dishes, I was mesmerized. (See more about my gold and peach obsessions here, here and here). Such a great place setting for a summer brunch.
Planning to host a brunch or dinner party in the near future? If so, you’ll definitely need a stylish pitcher to serve your guests. Whether your serving up a ‘tall drink of water’ (ha ha, get it?), or something a little stronger (sangria, anyone?), here are a few pitchers that will have your guests admiring your taste.
Modern Pop of Color
Kim Seybert via Gilt Home
So, what are you waiting for? Drink up!
It’s always fun to go for a bold design in a room, but is there such a thing as going too bold? What about painting the walls of your living room black???
I’ve come across the living room below quite a few times of late in my scouring of Pinterest (you can find me here).
OMG! So, I am completely, totally, 100% obsessed with peach right now! Who knew the color that was the epitome of the 80′s would make such a come-back? I mean, I guess I shouldn’t be surprised… you know what the say.. all trends (fashion, interior, or otherwise) are cyclical.
Just looking at my little moodboard makes me smile. Hopefully it makes you smile too!
Clockwise from top left: Bowl; up in the air somewhere – Etsy | Computer Desktop Wallpaper; The Weaver House via Design Love Fest | Garland; steph loves ben – Etsy | Lamp; Anthropologie | Rope Necklace; ChezKristal – Esty | Dresser; Posh Tots | Shoes; Anthropologie
Are there any peach items that you’re obsessing over right now?
Okay, so my new obsession is geometric decor. There’s something so crisp and clean about the lines, and it’s absolutely chic. I’m loving how the shapes breathe openness into each piece.
Here are 6 of my top picks:
thank you cards
I’m so excited about these thank you cards I found on Etsy. Absolutely perfect for my baby shower thank you’s!
The upholstery on this chair is to die for. A statement piece with function.
Nothing short of unique, this pendant shade is quirky, cool and modern. This would look great in a kids room or even a funky kitchen.
Sometimes you just need a completely useless decorative object to accessorize your desk or tabletop. If ever you find yourself in this predicament, here’s your solution.
I’m so excited to spend some quality time with my family tomorrow and enjoy an Easter feast! Not known to be the best cook in the family, I’m always responsible for setting the table.
This year I’m going for a chic, rustic, vintage vibe. Here’s what I’m thinking…
I love the look of this fringed linen napkin with the aged silverware
This table runner has an abstract print that gives it a modern feel, but the burlap base keeps it looking rustic.
Something about Easter always makes me want to combine pink and blue. These blue serving utensils will look lovely popped against the pink in the table runner!
Keeping with the vintage/rustic theme… I absolutely LOVE this pink waffle depression glass stemware!
How great is this dinnerware? It definitely helps to tie in the pink and blue color scheme.
Lastly, so as not to upset my grandmother… a little traditional easter decor