Whether its cute little containers you have saved from a destiny of rotting away in the landfill, or odds and ends vessels accumulated from garage sales, thrift stores, and flee markets, this is the perfect way to make sense of random containers and turn them into a “collection” that seems purposeful and worthy of being displayed in your home.
Check out this beautifully simple and perfectly planned winter birthday party via one of my favorite blogs for stylish party ideas: The Sweetest Occasion
This could be such a fun idea for a kids birthday party, for those of you who don’t live in perpetually sunny Southern California at least:) Kind hard to scrounge up a backyard frozen pond in these parts:(
I am basically OBSESSED with every room this New York City firm designs. I love how the rooms simultaneously feel thrown together & meticulously cultivated over time…always with a bachelor-pad-that-a-girl-could-dig-too kind of a vibe. And they use a huge mixture of materials and styles, which always makes my heart skip a beat.
I am in LOVE with this house. I love the metal bed. I love the leather chairs (which, btw, it turns out are pretty much impossible to obtain). I love the mixture of materials against a mostly muted color pallete. I love that it looks so imperfectly imperfect.
Sean and I saw I’s Complicated the other night at the el cheapo theatre (tickets are $3.75 at night) and the movie great, super cute, funny, happy, blah blah….it all took a back seat to that AMAZING HOUSE!