It’s Fri-yay friends! I thought I’d stop by today with another rousing edition of some of my favorite finds I’ve been eyeing. So stick around if you’re into the prettiest pillows, vinyl appliance decals, faux plants.
FAVORITE FIND ONE
One of the most creative women on the planet is Elsie Larson from A Beautiful Mess. I’m talking jaw-dropping-how-did-she-think-of-that ideas. She recently debuted her Kitchen Reno and it’s out of this world fun. But the most AMAZING part if what she did to her appliances. Allow me to show you some eye candy.
And if you’re wondering if Kitchen Aid decided to start carrying teal appliances the answer is sadly no. These are custom vinyl pieces that were made to attach to the existing appliances. GENIUS PEOPLE! So if you were ever looking to give your kitchen a kick in the pants and didn’t have a lot of money to spend this would be the way to go! For under $500 no less! So head to A Beautiful Mess to see all the amazing before and afters. You won’t be disappointed. Also, can I get those in pink?
FAVORITE FIND TWO
One of my all time favorite Etsy stores, Stuck on Hue has added some new pillows to her inventory and they are gorgeous. Insanely gorgeous. I fell in love with Hollie’s work back when I did the One Room Challenge. Her Radiant Floral pillow had me at hello and to top it off she was sweet as can be.
Here’s a sneak peak at some of her new pillows as well as some classics.
I can’t even handle the new florals! They are the infamous Ellie Cashman floral, which you may recognize from the wallpaper Anthropologie carried. Swoooooon. You all know I’m a sucker for a good floral and this is no exception. So head over to her shop to make all your pillow dreams come true.
FAVORITE FIND 3
I don’t know about you guys- but my house is where plants go to DIE. I can’t keep a plant alive to save my life … I have a black thumb! So, last summer I was determined to buy a small fiddle leaf plant because they are just so darn cute. I did a lot of research and put her in a spot that wasn’t too sunny and watered her just enough (but not too much). And for about 6 months she looked like this.
But then she died. It was painful really. I had never spent that much on one plant ($55) and I was so disappointed in myself that I couldn’t keep her alive! I mean I’ve managed to raise humans after all! So I got to thinking about where to go from here. I really really love the look of the fiddle leaf fig leaves but I can’t go dropping $100 year to replace them every 6 months…and I guess I’m a quitter. So enter…the faux fiddle leaf fig.
I know, I know. It’s like breaking some unwritten decorating rule to use faux plants. But some of them are so realistic you’d never know! They can range in price from $100-$1000 but I may just save my pretty little pennies and splurge on one. Anyone out there have a faux fiddle leaf? I’d love to hear your thoughts!
Oh, and I have an extra special announcement! I will be the decor contributor every month on The Polished Habitat as part of her new team! I am BEYOND THRILLED to be a part of the team and Melissa and I are basically decor soul sisters. You can read all about it here and then pop over here to read some great tips on how to stretch your decor budget from the whole team!
Have a great weekend!