Am I the last person on earth to know about Martha Stewarts hardware collection at Home Depot? I got wind of it last week and was FLOORED by how good it is… and cheap! At $4 a knob, you can afford to give your kitchen or bath vanity a fun little makeover! I am so happy she offered an antique brass and polished nickel– the two finishes we use almost exclusively! I paired my favorite selections up below:
And also, randomly I came across this chair on Walmart of all places, and was in SHOCK. I had just quoted a chair almost identical to this from Mr. Brown for over $1,200 (right) and the Walmart version (left) is $394– and also comes in black. CRAZY good find. I am obsessed with this chair for a desk or dining.
Another charming budget find, this 30″ laurel leaf mirror from Pier 1 for $75!
Just a few fun budget finds for your Wednesday! Have a good day everyone!
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I was searching the great interwebs for inspiration last night and came across this darling little inn in Charleston, SC in the new Southern Living Magazine called 86 Cannon. They showed just a tiny picture of one of the interiors so I had to go research it further and was so pleasantly surprised by the delightful interiors and style of this place! It’s so clean and simple and yet there is great attention to detail by designer Betsy Berry.
I am so over the cold. Have I said that too many times on a Friday Fashion post? Maybe it’s because I want to light every sweater and pair of boots in my closet ON FIRE right now. I’m so sick of everything. I’m actually pondering doing a cut throat closet clean-out (like, a Marie Kondo-on-steriods kind of edit) before springtime and either having a big tag sale at my office to raise money for charity or something. What do you guys think?
Anyways, even though I know I wouldn’t be able to wear a lot of this until spring, I partnered with longtime EOS supporter Halsbrook for a post today in which I styled five springtime outfits that would make me very happy to wear. Classic, Audrey-Meets-Jackie- Meets-Kate Middleton kind of outfits, which is what I think if when I think of Halsbrook. Plus they are currently having their Friends & Family sale so everything is 20% off (except for those notated with a * which are part of their Essentials Collection)! So if you live in warmer climates, congrats to you for being smarter than me, and you can probably rock these right now! For those of us suffering in our dirty puffy coats and Uggs— there is hope. There is always hope.
1. // 2. // 3.* // 4. // 5.* // 6. (I ordered- obsessed) // 7. (made from antique rugs!)
I stumbled across British artist Holly Frean the other day while flipping through Instagram. I absolutely love the grouped small works she does. They look so amazing when framed like this below (via Blueprint Store where you can find her work!):
We are doing a little back yard revamp this summer (some new bushes and plantings, trimming back some trees and swapping out some furniture). With a third Nor’easter in sight for us this month alone, it makes me feel like Elsa is real and has put a curse on our whole area of the country (side note: will I ever not have a Disney song stuck in my head ever again? I woke up this morning and said to Andrew “I’ve had “You’re Welcome” in my head for the past two days and he looked at me and said “”I was up all night singing “Love Is An Open Door”.) Bahahahahaha #toddlerparentlife
Anyways, when Else does decide to defrost her frozen heart, we WILL be enjoying our patio once again. And there is nothing more chic and classic than a black and white patio. I have my vintage Brown Jordan dining table and chairs I inherited from my grandmother (similar here although mine in rectangle). And while I still love my Ikea chairs that everyone asks about (you can see them here in this post about my patio project) , they are getting a little janky and they aren’t made any more (so dumb). So I’m looking for some inspiration for our little facelift. I love how black and white lets nature be the star of the show and the pop of color. Green plantings look perfect paired with crisp black and white.