Friday, May 29, 2015

Weekend Wish List: Home Decor Accents

Happy Friday, friends!  When we first moved into our house last September, I burnt myself out real quick focusing on home decor 24/7.  While it truly is so much fun to start from scratch and completely furnish & decorate a new space from the ground up, it can be a bit overwhelming at times, and in my case, can lead to burnout {I still don't have any art or pictures hanging on our walls!}.

Lately, however, I've really gotten that urge to pick back up and continue the design process.  I just ordered these sheer linen curtains for our living room, to layer on top of our pull down shades, and am really hoping that they add the depth that my living room needs!

Decorating your home is definitely a labor of love, and if there's one piece of advice I could give anyone, it's to not rush the process.  Only select pieces that you truly love, and that you could see adding character to your home for years to come.

Below are some pieces that have caught my eye that I've either recently purchased or are currently residing in the bookmarks bar of my computer patiently waiting for me to pull the trigger.


Click on the plus icon next to any item that catches your eye to view product info.







I love those glass hurricanes with the natural rope detailing, and just ordered them a few days ago {the price was too good to pass up!}.  That mirror would be so perfect in our entryway, and is under $50!  How gorgeous is that hammered copper & teak bowl?  I definitely neeeeed that!  The linen bench looks like it could be from Restoration Hardware, but is priced much better, and I'm in love with the adorable natural ceramic pot - it would be so cute for herbs in your windowsill!



Have a great weekend! xx

4 comments:

  1. can I please have these all delivered to my house?! I am loving that mirror - so pretty!! xo, Biana -BlovedBoston

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    1. I know!! That's exactly how I feel! xx

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  2. Honey, please come decorate my house!

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