I love this over-the-top approach. It’s less overwhelming that you’d expect because so many of the plates are mainly white / neutral. But I sure wouldn’t want to have to do the dusting in this room.
My friends and I were doing a little house hunting in New Hampshire just for fun and happened across this adorable little outdoor seating area at one of the homes. An old barn door with a star cutout framed in the space. It looked like a perfect spot to have a cup of coffee and read a book.
Love the color of this dresser. I’m a sucker for a bright blue piece of painted furniture.
I’ve never owned this many handbags but if I did and they were this cute, this would be a good way to show them off!
One for the wish list. This Double View Bench is perfect for conversation. If you’ve got $3,000 to spend on a bench, this might be just for you…
Okay, so this is Anthropologie again but I love this chair. Or maybe I should say that I love the chair fabric and I think it works well with the shape of this chair. Fun.
I could really dedicate my entire blog to IKEA and Anthropologie since I write about them both so much – but both are great stores for inspiration – and in very different ways.
I was recently visiting my friend, Toni, at her beautiful home in Hingham, Massachusetts on Boston’s south shore. She really has great style and there are so many sweet and comfortable touches throughout her home.
I was especially impressed by the mix of color and pattern in her living room — soft blue ikat fabric and brown zebra fabric with touches of apple green – a great combination. She told me her inspiration was a tissue box and sent me a photo (see below). Just goes to show that one can get inspiration in unexpected places!
How cute it this? I wanted to pay the exorbitant price of $52 for this because I loved it so and my sister told me I was off my rocker. Reason won out (Thank, God!) and I passed on it but I still pine a little bit when I see it. So many cute clothes at Hannah Andersson.