i love any and all DIY tutorials for anthropologie stuffs, because hey, we all know that store runs on the *pricey* side of things! and as a person who is lazy about my hairs, cute ways of putting it up sound fab to me! i need to order some elastic in lots of different colors!
ps- megan is also one of my favorite fashion bloggers. so there’s that too.
it may come as no surprise to you that one of my favorite home interior stores is actually intended for children (land of nod). i am totally in love with this grey jersey duvet cover (so perfectly basic and comfy and perfect!) and i also wish these wave sheets were made in a deep queen size. le sigh!
kate beaton has recently updated what is available in her store! ‘this is my jam’ tshirt is probably my favorite… i kinda say ‘this is my jam’ too much. i have, like, 20 jams, according to me. that’s cool though, right?
speaking of my jam, i have been love love loving the xx’s first album recently:
this is totally one of my jams. i know i’m kind of behind the times, as they actually just released their second album, but what can i say? it’s how i roll. i really love the intimate and intense feel of this entire album. check it out, y’all.
i’m pretty sure i don’t need to explain why i love this. right? right? unfortunately, i can’t figure out what the source is for this amazing little illustration. if you happen to know, please tell me, so i can give credit where credit is due?
haha, sneaking this in just under the wire!
beatka’s orange sweater (ravelry page, blog post)
how gorgeous is this sweater? i think i’ve mentioned it at least once before, as possible inspiration for what to do with the fabulous malabrigo jake gave me for christmas.
sakura snow recently finished another series of drawings, in the form of a sketchbook, and made an extra charming gif of them. i love-love-love her line work and her creatures, and i get excited everytime she offers a peak at her work!
the noisy plume is an etsy shop that sells some seriously dreamy rings… i don’t think i could wear this (too big), but that doesn’t stop it from being pretttttttty.
for me for you recently posted this fab nick waterhouse music video, and i really really like this song. hence the sharing!
jake just purchased firefly on blue-ray, and we’ve been making our way through it again, which is pure joy. it sent me on a recent internet spree looking up various things firefly related, and i found these:
i found these on pinterest, and i *think* this is the original source here, correct me if i’m wrong!
have a great weekend, y’all!
i’ve been thinking on some knitting i’d like to do… i can’t yet, i have several projects i need to take care of. but! i will get to you soon, you cute utilitarian tote bag of my dreams! in the meantime, i thought i’d share the super cute bags i’ve been seeing around the internet that are informing my imagination about this bag i want to make.
love the leather straps, the proportions, and the dipped bottom (so practical!) of this bag from bookhou at home (it’s also possible i’ve posted it before… what can i say, i have a crush), which looks like a fabulously useful size without being large enough to way overfill.
jake and i are taking the weekend off. i’m not sure what the internet access will be. so i might see you tomorrow, but i might see you monday with several outfits to post about!
this is a look i love, and i definitely want to do this in our apartment in the kitchen. but i haven’t gotten around to it yet. in the meantime, i just look at these for inspiration:
from burlap and lace
while i won’t do all white, it certainly is appealing. and i love the platter in there to break up the sizes.
from vintage farmhouse, but i think possibly originally from house beautiful?
these two are a bit more like it… organic shapes, playing with size, and color…
antique baking accessories as an awesome alternative. this is not a collection i have, but if i somehow manage to accumulate it…
fave friday! this week: eames lounger!
oh, eames lounger… someday when i live someplace larger and have more disposable income… maybe then we can be together. don’t hold your breath until then, dear.
as it says, from zittel.wordpress.com, more specifically from this post (how cool is that?!)
found from an inspiration post from the brick house. also, those cacti are AMAZING.
from this post from manhattan nest. and he got that beautiful white lounger from maya:
who doesn’t have a blog, but occasionally other bloggers who know her will give a sneak peak of her place (this is from brick-house).
and while we’re on the subject of white leather eames loungers, this was the most recent sighting:
from designsponge’s sneak peak of grace hsiu’s husky ranch, which i loved all of (didn’t hurt that morgan of the brick house helped out the styling…).
anybody else have something extravagant that they dream of having someday? tell me more!