I was introduced to Rifle Paper Co. when I bought these cute recipe cards at work. The cuteness doesn’t stop there. I’ll take some monogram cards, some doggie cards, and my personal favorite custom illustrated holiday cards . Definitely not in the budget, but a girl can dream.
My obsession with Scandinavian pottery and kitchenware began with finding this Nymolle cup & saucer set at a thrift store a few years ago. In my excitement to show Nicholas my new find, I chipped the cup while unwrapping it. I was devastated. Then in a weird twist of fate I found the same set a few weeks later at a different thrift store. It was just meant to be.
I would really love some Cathrineholm lotus nesting bowls. Or anything Cathrineholm, really! These mid-century beauties were created by Grete Prytz, who was one of the most influential designers in Scandinavia during the mid-century. They would look just perfect in my kitchen!
Plate walls!! I love them. Such a cheap and easy way to make a great statement in a room. I currently have one plate wall in the upstairs bathroom featuring Nathalie Lete plates. Soon there will be a second plate wall in the kitchen. This one featuring random thrift store finds. I love sitting on the floor of a thrift store looking through piles and piles of plates for random beauties.
Bookmarc! Looks super cute. It seems like it might be more about Marc Jacobs trinkets than books, maybe? Not that I’m complaining, I would totally want to buy colored pencils. I still have a Marc Jacobs pen that I got during my first NYC trip. Something about that Marc Jacobs font and office supplies just does it for me.
I’m having the hardest time finding a round rug for the foyer. Everything is ugly or really expensive. I found a great option at Target months ago, talked myself out of it, and then never saw it again. I like this Anthropologie rug but I’m worried it isn’t big enough, plus it’s oval. I also really like this vintage rug I found on Ebay, but I’m still not sold. The search continues.