Does anyone else look at people’s shelfies and want to know where everything came from? This angle captures a few of my favorite products that I wanted to share with you all (you could even order a few as last-minute gifts!).
Wood bowl: I actually ordered this on Amazon Prime after seeing this look on other people’s shelves. The bowl is totally functional and would be great for entertaining, but I like how it looks stacked on top of books for now. The price can’t be beat either!
The Bloody Mary: This book was another Amazon buy and has a super cute cover and fun illustrations. Buy it for any brunch fanatic or to place on a bar cart!
Trinket box: This silver box was a Miss Pixie’s find. If you find yourself on 14th Street, be sure to check out their store. Their inventory is always changing and you can find the best vintage furniture items and accessories.
Gold tray: This was actually a TJ Maxx find awhile back and reminds me of this pricier West Elm piece. And let’s be real, I totally placed it there because Emily Henderson had a similar gold tray on her shelf. 😉
Diptyque candles: These are both holiday candles, but I can’t say I love the smell! However, anything by Diptyque is super luxurious and I know these will be fun to continue to light this winter.
Paris photo: You may recognize this from my Instagram–this was the view from the apartment we stayed in and was too beautiful not to get framed! I ordered it through Framebridge and love how it turned out. I’ve used Framebridge a ton before to print out Instas. They make fantastic gifts and would be adorable for a newly-married or engaged couple, to honor a new baby, or, if you’re like me, to look back on favorite vacations or activities with friends.
Woven basket: Woven baskets are having a moment! I have several, but this one came from Chrissy who was re-decorating her apartment and kindly let me take it off her hands. (I’m low key obsessed with her home, nbd). DC locals: Bourbon Coffee on L Street sells these bowls, too! I recently grabbed one for myself and plan to grab at least one other for a Christmas gift. At only $10 a pop, they’re a great buy!