It’s Valentine’s Day, and I want to share the love with you! Here are fourteen of my favorite products and furnishings that I’ve been incorporating into my designs, home decor, and beauty routine this month.
1. Cane Recycled Drinkware Collection by Williams-Sonoma
It may be February, but I am always ready for summer. My favorite cocktail is a paloma, a quintessential summer staple that I love serving in my cane drinkware. Whenever I drink out of these tumblers wrapped in woven seagrass, I can’t help but daydream about my next trip to the beach.
2. Rejuvenation’s Unlacquered Ball Cabinet Knob from Williams-Sonoma
I cannot get enough of Rejuvenation’s hardware! I’m currently in love with their unlacquered, solid brass options, which provide a perfect amount of warmth and glitz that will age beautifully and patine over time. While I tend to prefer white or light oak cabinets with brass hardware, these classic round knobs would pair well with virtually any stain or color of cabinetry.
3. CB2 Faux Pampas Taupe Wreath 36”
Originally, I purchased this wreath as Christmas decor. Then, during January’s decluttering process, I couldn’t bear to hide it away in my closet for the next eleven months—it’s just too pretty! Because of its neutral taupe color, I see no reason to limit its use to one season and currently have it hanging over the fireplace mantel in my den where it adds some coastal charm without being too beachy.
4. Michaels Stores Blonde Belmont Frame With Mat By Studio Décor
To say that I’m obsessed with these frames might be an understatement. I regularly incorporate them into my clients’ home refresh and restyling projects and recently ordered more for my own gallery wall in my upstairs hallway. Available in three different sizes, these blonde-tone wood frames are fun to mix and match and work well in landscape or portrait orientation. For this level of quality, you cannot beat the price point.
5. Anthropologie’s Rosalita Pendant
How adorable are these handwoven rattan pendant lights? I mean, seriously—I want to use them everywhere! A little boho and a little modern, these would work well as bedside pendants, bathroom pendants, and even island pendants in the right home. I’ve already incorporated them into my own master bedroom mood board.
6. Sakara Life Beauty Super Bar
Last month, I treated myself to Sakara—an LA-based vegan meal delivery service—for lunches and dinners. All of their food is organic, plant-based, gluten-free, dairy-free, non-GMO, and tastes incredible. My absolute favorite, though, has been their Beauty Super Bars. A convenient, affordable snack, I’m looking forward to enjoying them beyond my one-month commitment. Not only do they offer a delicious flavor profile of strawberries and almond butter, but they also provide a number of nutritional benefits and support skin elasticity while evening skin tones.
7. Rug USA’s Gray Vintage Medallion Washable 6′ x 9′ Area Rug
Love, love, love this rug for a recent girls’ playroom design project that I completed. The rug has subtle shades of pink and peach yet still manages to scream spring. BONUS: This rug is SO kid-friendly. It’s machine washable, stain and spill-resistant, and about as hassle-free as it gets. I can’t wait to show off some pictures from this refresh.
8. Urban Outfitters Tabitha Arc Mirror
I just preordered this XL white oak floor mirror for my own master bath and bedroom remodel. Although minimalist in design, its unique arc frame shape brings attention to any wall, and at 47” wide and 72” tall, it’s really a great price for the size.
9. Tulip Magnolia Branches by Terrain
The tulip magnolia is my favorite flower and one of my top five scent memories. I cherish my trips to Savannah, GA, and Charleston, SC, and can’t help but think that I must have lived on the Southern Atlantic Coast in a past life. I just feel at home whenever I am there. The smell of magnolia blossoms will forever hold a special place in my heart, and I cannot wait for my order of live branches to arrive and usher in early spring.
10. VICI Collection’s Train of Thought Button-Down Shirt Dress
I have a girls trip coming up this May, and we’re staying at The Scott Resort & Spa. I’ve been here once before with my best friend, and it was an incredible experience. I love beachy, bohemian fashion, and this is the perfect destination for me to wear all of my oversized hats, gauzy dresses, and flowing clothing. I am ready to incorporate this little number from the Vici collection into my looks for May’s trip. That’s right, I already have my entire vacation wardrobe planned in advance—accessories and all.
11. OSEA Essential Hydrating Oil
I’ve been using OSEA’s hydrating botanical oil every morning in combination with my jade facial roller. A blend of pure lavender, rosewood, and geranium that delivers advanced hydration and visibly reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, this essential oil smells divine and is such a calming way to start the day. BONUS: I keep all of my facial serums, lotions, and oils in the Kylie Skin Mini Fridge I received as a gift, which not only helps to prevent oxidation but also keeps my oils at a cool, refreshing temperature.
12. Lynwood Square Upholstered Cube – Threshold™ designed with Studio McGee
Recently, I had to scramble to find soft goods for a home staging project that was scheduled for final photo proofs much earlier than I had expected. My go-to for affordable staging furniture is always Target, and their Studio McGee line never disappoints. Great for display, these cubes are just the right size for creating additional seating without overpowering a space. I incorporated them as ottomans in my Eclectic Cottage Project, which features a traditional living room design with a gorgeous, green-tiled Crafstman fireplace. More pictures coming soon!
13. Divided Metal Garden Caddy – Hearth & Hand™ with Magnolia
Here’s another winner from Target that I also featured in the staging shoot for the Eclectic Cottage Project because it matches the client’s newly installed green cabinetry. I already know that I’ll be bringing this one back with me to my own home.
14. Portola Hills Caned Desk – Threshold™ designed with Studio McGee
My list starts and ends with cane, a material woven from strips of rattan bark. Of course I love cane for its natural finish, neutral color, and ability to pair seamlessly with nearly any palette. Threshold’s Portola Hills Caned Desk has an effortless boho-inspired style and gives me slight art deco vibes with its curved lines and woven details on the built-in storage cabinets. I can envision this desk in a home office, bedroom, or an entry or hallway vignette.
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