1. Reclaimed wood and lacquer nightstand. (West Elm, $349)
2. Sweet fig amber glass candle. (Brooklyn Candle Studio, $34)
3. Banker’s clock in holly. (Anthropologie, $168)
4. “Private Lake” art plate in stoneware. (Etsy, $42)
5. “So many books, so little time” on vintage book page canvas. (Etsy, $30) — along with a stack of books, of course!
6. Agate table light. (Graham and Green, £95)
7. Mint bloom phone vase. (Brika, $32)
I love the little details you can incorporate in a beautifully curated nightstand, don’t you? Makes me want to upgrade from my current collection of electronics that are permanently on top of mine! What do you keep on your nightstand?
How’s your week faring so far? We got back from a lovely trip to New Orleans on Monday (you can read details HERE), and I’m already missing my sweet friends and the lovely Autumn breeze. It was so much fun! Now it’s back to the grind. I’ve got a hefty work assignment to conquer and I need to eat ALL of the vegetables to balance out the rich foods I indulged in. Haha! Enjoy your week, bundle up if it’s chilly where you are, and have a look at this week’s internet goodies…
Make your way to the nearest Trader Joe’s and cook up this easy, hearty soup.
Improve your well-being with positive affirmations.
Victims of domestic violence find healing from gardening.
You’ll never hear Reese Witherspoon uttering this question.
An updated version of Alanis Morisette’s Ironic.
Dinner this week?
Sometimes your couch neighbor is more entertaining than what’s on the TV screen.
The real reason for Windows games.
Would you dumpster dive?
Four families struggling to stay together.
A touching story about sisters.
This would look so pretty sprouting a lovely, green plant on my balcony.