Happy Monday, Friends! (And Dream Big on this Martin Luther Day).
I consider myself very lucky to be close to not 1, not 2 but 3 Anthropologie stores within a 30 minute radius! I have not been lurking at any of the stores for quite some time but I think I will be going very soon (like later today!) after visiting their on-line home section. It’s all to do with that “vintage industrial look” that is so hot right now. I personally can’t do a whole room in this style (but many others do it beautifully!) but a single piece here and there as an unexpected touch, I am all for. Some lovelies here, wouldn’t you say?
How fun this distressed Ordinal dresser with a metal top is. (And if you don’t want to spend the money think consignment store + stencils + black paint+ labor of love).
Handsome and sleek rocker. The Bresson Rocker
I think this Decker End Table is fabulous. It is made of iron and mango wood. (Can see that top packed with white orchids in weathered pots).
Who said a folding chair can’t be handsome and comfortable? Just look at this Terai upholstered chair.
Feminine and pretty Rose bathmat.
Ingegard pendant. Simple and lovely.
Nice, toffee colored leather Battersea sofette . I don’t know about the quality. But this two-seater with a fan back sure looks nice!
Add a touch of color to your room with this Iris Bolster pillow.
And for your sushi loving friends these twig chop sticks make for a splendid gift.
What a unique & fun mirror! (Also, a great DIY project!). It is called Collected Memories.
I am about to start working on Prince William’s (2,5 y) big boy room. I know I will use some vintage looking numers as decor, but I am always concerned about the lead level in old signs. So this Take a number sign might be an option. ( (But I have invested in this great little lead test kit from Home Depot that I use when in doubt!).
And finally, there is always space for a simple & lovely recycled vase from Spain. Something, perhaps, to put your stunning cherry branches in. I think that combo actually makes for a really wonderful gift.