SPRING THINGS, PART I
I hope you all had a lovely weekend and are off to a great start this new week! Just popping in quick to share a few pretties that have landed on my radar for spring this morning, from a beautiful burl wood tray and a rattan wine holder to a gorgeous and incredibly reasonably priced block print quilt, perfect for spring picnics, not to mention, the most gorgeous raffia covered oil and vinegar cruets, to name a few. I’m so ready for dinners on the patio and have lots of texture, patina and blue and white on the brain lately (not that that’s anything new). Here is a roundup of some goodies that have caught my eye lately:
Rattan wine holder – such a beautiful addition to a spring table setting and makes for a great hostess gift, too!
Block print quilt – there are so many uses for this beauty, from tucking it into the couch cushions for a fresh update for spring to using it for a picnic and the price is just as good!
Raffia oil and vinegar cruets – a total splurge/wish list item, but how gorgeous are these??
Burl wood tray – a gorgeous way to set up a makeshift bar for cocktail hour and also just lovely for coraling favorite accessories on an ottoman, kitchen countertop or coffee table.
White ceramic vase – I’m obsessed with the shape and organic texture of this beauty and at $20, it’s a steal!
Rattan ice bucket – This is one of my favorite entertaining essentials and looks just as beautiful on a bar, counter or in a hutch when not in use!
My Stylish French Girlfriends – Sharon Santoni is one of my absolute favorites to follow on Instagram, and her blog, My French Country Home, is a constant source of interior decor, gardening and entertaining inspiration. I’ve been anxiously awaiting the release of her book, which follows 20 creative French women and how they decorate their homes, entertain, dress and even where they shop. It’s a new favorite!
Topiary – every room needs a fresh pop of green, no matter the season!
French copper pots – these are such a versatile decorating staple; they can be used to hold everything from flowers, utensils or house plants and have such a gorgeous patina.
What are you loving lately for Spring?
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