My Favorite New West Elm Goodies!

I get so excited when good new product releases happen, and right now that happens to be at West Elm.  Take a peek at some of my most favorite things right now (time to freshen up our homes for spring!)

These lamps look similar to a much more expensive desk lamp I’ve been eying.

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The brass accents on these globe pendants are awesome as are these celestial looking votives.

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A nice tall tufted headboard and cool blanket reminiscent of the ever popular (but ever shedding and noisy) Moroccan wedding blanket.

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LOVE LOVE these nightstands and am super duper into simple round mirrors right now.

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A mid-century influenced coffee table with brass feet and a great woven rug.

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Speaking of wedding blankets, here’s a pouf made of one (put a pair at the end of a small bed or tucked under a console!) and these marble and brass shelves ARE EVERYTHING. EVERYTHING. Perfect for a kitchen!

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And when one of these days it becomes spring, these new patio items will be awesome. LOVING the planters and these modern woven chairs.

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I love the white and wood mix of this chair and these square modern planters.

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Adore these simple brass hurricanes and these fun wall planters for succulents.

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More patio furniture- simple folding chairs and streamlined dining.

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A cute little brass handled box and pretty ombre coral print.

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To die for seaglass inspired bottles that would look amazing as a collection on a mantle or bookshelf and a simple butlers tray stand that could serve well as a small bar in a living room.

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  1. That pouf already looks like it’s shedding! I love the WE Benjamin Moore paint collaboration. I get so many ideas from that catalog, even though most my WE purchases end up being shades of turquoise.

  2. Wow these new products are so so good!The sea glass bottles would be such a great pop of color in my living room!

  3. I have those sea glass bottles! I keep them gathered on a window ledge in a bedroom where they get the afternoon sunlight. They’re even prettier in person!

  4. … just picked up those textured stone planters for a commercial restaurant project! thnx for sharing, as always!

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