It’s beginning to feel like we’ve been transplanted in the Pacific Northwest this week… rain, rain and more rain with no end in sight! Don’t get me wrong, I’m grateful not to be having a drought similar to the one we had about 4 years ago. And yet, this wet weather has me daydreaming in cool tones… blues, aquas, and greens.
This week’s Four Favorites post is the joyful product of my imaginings:
Frosted Doily Plates, Glass Knots, Boxwood Trees & Wafture Planters
I love this lace/vintage inspired dinnerware at Anthropologie. It’s a funky fresh way to infuse color into a spring or summer tablescape. Next, West Elm’s glass knot is a elegant and contemporary accessory addition. It comes in a variety of colors, but I am drawn to the teal.
One of my favorite additions to any space is greenery. Whether real or faux, it brings an organic and natural touch to any space. When using faux greenery, quality is paramount. Cheap greenery looks like exactly that. These boxwoods would be optimal for year round use. Last, these Wafture planters remind me of two beautiful thrift store/estate sale finds I’ve snatched up lately.
Chinoiserie accents are a fabulous way to incorporate eclectic yet timeless items into a space.
What are some of your favorite items around the web?