I hope everyone is recovering from their Fourth of July/Canada Day celebrations last weekend! I know I’m still working on it. Lots of beach time, lots of boat time, tons of good food, tons of beach treasures, plus a good ‘ol sunburn means it was a success. Those five days were MUCH needed after all the work in the kitchen, but I’m happy to report that the cabinets are done! I repeat, the cabinets are done! There’s still a few of the other projects I need to wrap up but it already looks like a whole new space. Just a few.more.weeks….
Here are July’s First Week Favorites!!
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If I didn’t already find some beautiful industrial barstools for our house, these would be in my cart right meow because I do prefer stools with backs. I love the finish on the wood and always love some exposed bolts/hardware.
I’m getting ready for my second Haven conference in just four short weeks and am trying to find some cute dresses for the evenings. Comfortable, belly-hiding, fashionable, lightweight…it’s so hard!! Between the suitcase for clothes and the suitcase for swag, it looks like I’m moving to Russia at the airport when I go to Haven.
rope laundry basket
I need about five laundry rooms in my house for all the cute laundry hampers I see in stores. Luckily I don’t have five and am all set for our one because this cutie is super tempting. Who knew a hamper could be so perfectly nautical as well as functional?
Yes, another garden stool. While I’m usually a pattern-phobe, I think this one is GORGEOUS with it’s wood top and ceramic-tile inspired pattern. Perfect for summer!
glass bubble light
Don”t the circles on this light look like bubbles in the water or little pools of water? I bet it’s gorgeous when it’s lit up and that it puts a really cool pattern on the ceiling. Bonus? It’s recycled glass!
I stumbled on this awesome coaster set while browsing around the other day and think it would be a really cool gift for someone with a house on the water or to bring a subtle nautical flair to a space.