Happy Monday everyone! Soooo, I know these are two pathetic weeks late but I finally remembered them, so here they are finally. I’ve been in a little shopping state of mind lately thanks to our trip to Magnolia Market last week, so it was hard to just pick my six this month!
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This cutie has been making its way through blogland, I’ve seen it pop up in my feeds many times lately and I totally understand why. I LOVE the curved lines and how it looks like a treasure you’d find in your local thrift shop (or one you wish you’d find at least). The best part? a) it’s big! and b) it’s only $35!
Daybeds are so versatile and can be used in so many rooms like an office or even a nursery. I love how this upholstered one brings an even more upscale and polished look than traditional wood ones, plus it still has the extra trundle which I’m sure everyone could use. And nailhead trim love too.
The Little Cloth Co.
One of my blogging besties, Bre from Brepurposed, recently launched a line of SUPER cute little girl headbands in the coolest boho fabrics. Bre always has a knack for gorgeous tribal, shibori, mudcloth, and other patterns and now she’s made them into versatile little bow headbands for little ladies. You won’t believe how cute some of those models are either. Follow her on Instagram and Facebook too to watch for giveaways and promotions.
vintage-style salt jar
I thought my list-making for our recent trip to Magnolia Market was spot-on, but I accidentally left this little nugget off of it and totally forgot to look for it. I’ve had it bookmarked for forever too so there may just have to be an online order soon…or I start scheming on how to get back up there ;)
Inside the Paint Can eBook
I know that the #1 dreaded task among friends and family is painting. Whether it’s walls, furniture, cabinets, or crafts, I know they get anxiety about choosing what’s what and I know they hate spending time doing it. Personally, I LOVE to paint (walls sure, cabinets notsomuch) but only because I’ve learned a ton of tricks, asked a ton of questions, and have found gadgets that make it crazy easy.
I fell in love with the driftwood/rustic gray finish on these, plus the gorgeous lotus flower carving on it. I’m a sucker for rustic carved pieces of furniture like this. How pretty would these be as nightstands or in a small entryway? There’s even a hidden drawer inside :)