Spring is right around the corner – I know I have been dreaming about it with all this rain we’ve been having. While I’m a firm believer in purchasing investment pieces, when it comes to adding fun seasonal items to my wardrobe I definitely don’t want to break the bank on them. Everyone deserves to look chic without a large price tag. That’s why I always turn to Sole Society for these items. With new styles being added every week I know I can always find something chic to add to my regular rotation. I’ve pulled together a handful of my favorite items that I’ll be adding into my regular wardrobe once it warms up. For now I’ll be bringing them down to Arizona for spring training with me.
1.) Regina Round Frame Sunglasses in Milky Taupe
2.) Layout Cutout Ring
3.) Lightweight Infinity Scarf in Stone
4.) Cooper Leather Gladiator Sandal in Frappe
More of my spring time favorites!
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This classic look that I could wear pretty much every single day.
Herringbone, what can I say – love it done with hardwood floors and backsplash.
I’ve been searching for a few new recipes to add to my breakfast routine. This one will be tested this week.
This cross-body is perfect for running around town.
Since returning from Istanbul I’ve been a little more than obsessed with patterned tiles. These two images got my imagination racing.
What are you loving this week?
Like a lot of individuals and families now, you may dwell in a smaller apartment, loft, studio or just a tiny house in a city or the suburbs. We like to think of this as a fun design challenge! Eric and I lived in a studio apartment for over seven years before outgrowing it – I have to say, we loved living in a small space. With that being said, we didn’t have room for traditional sized furniture. We have to embrace the coziness our space offered and pick pieces thatwere small to fit inside our space.
Often times in smaller houses there isn’t enough room for a normal size sofa or sectional in the living room, so loveseats are a great option for you. Today we’ve hunted down our favorite loveseats from our favorite vendors around the web in hopes of giving you some stylish ideas if you’re struggling to find that perfect petite piece for your space.
1.) Manchester Apartment Sofa
2.) Elton Settee
3.) Crosby Loveseat
4.) Either/Or Convertible Sofa
5.) Hudson Upholstered Settee
6.) Camila Loveseat
More loveseat favorites perfect for any small space!
Can you believe it’s the first week of March? I certainly can’t. This year is going quickly!
While working on a bunch of projects over the weekend I had a burst of inspiration to re-arrange our entire living room – oh yes, I moved our sofa by myself because no one was around help. I was in one of those “this has to happen now” moments. Since I’m constantly working on clients homes, sometimes I don’t remember to look at my own space to see what I can do to make it feel updated and new. It feels like a completely different room and I’m in love with the new layout.
Now that I’ve tackled my own home I’m ready to start the work week in a whole new light. Are you getting a little itch to do some re-decorating around your house in preparation for spring to hopefully arrive? If you’re looking for some inspiration definitely check out our Room Anatomy and On the Hunt features for inspiration. Then pop into your local magazine shop to pick up the latest issue of Domino Magazine – it’s filled with endless inspiration that will have you re-arranging your own house.
Have a wonderfully productive week everyone!
Photo by Caitlin Flemming
When I return from a trip I’m always inspired to get back to work. That was especially true after the overwhelming amount of inspiration from both Istanbul and Paris. I came back refreshed and ready to jump right back into my current projects. This weekend I’m immersing myself in those projects pairing together fabrics, sourcing furniture and getting presentations ready – with rain in the forecast it sounds like perfection.
If you are looking to get lost in some beautiful posts from around the web I highly suggest these:
- Since I’m missing Paris, I’ve been getting lost in Garance’s images of Paris Fashion Week.
- I’ll be making this breakfast tomorrow morning thanks to Camille.
- Looking for new blogs to follow? Don’t fear, Erin’s monthly list is out and I’m loving every single one!
- Cassandra just moved into a stunning loft and I’m totally jealous of her lofted nook she’s designing.
- I love seeing fellow bloggers flourish and get incredible opportunities – Oh Joy is coming out with a collaboration with Target. Friends, it has me so excited to host a garden party this spring!
- And lastly, have you seen Kate Arends home tour? It’s not to be missed.
I hope all of you have a splendid first weekend of March!
Photo by Grant Gibson in Paris