Favorite Things Friday

Evening folks!

I’m a bit rushed this evening as I’m expecting company shortly. But I wanted to quickly share my favorite things for this week. Let’s get this show a’rolling!

First up, Rothko prints. Classic. Simple. Elegant. Looks great anywhere. These are always a solid choice. rothko boho home eclectic style.png


Next up: simple yet statement making hardware. Like these bad boys from Wilmette Feed.

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I’m currently really zoned in on bar carts. I’ve been looking for one for my dining room/foyer area. Such as this beauty from Apartment Therapy. apartment therapy barcart industrial modern.png


And last but not least, this cutie pie from Anthropologie.

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That’s it for this week! I’m gonna go stuff my face with alfredo and pinot grigio, byeeeeee!



One thought on “Favorite Things Friday

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