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This is my dining room as of September 2013, enjoy!

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All photographs are courtesy of Ashley a. Photography, thanks Ashley!

Photographs of my Bedroom

October 24, 2013 — 1 Comment

This is my bedroom as of September 2013, enjoy!

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All photos are courtesy of Ashley a. Photography, thanks Ashley!

This summer while I was in Mexico I went to the oldest church in Cozumel (I know, I know, most people go to the beach, but you can only sit in the sun for so long and I’m more of a historical tour kind of grandma). I was so inspired by the windows in this church.

I love the color combination of green and yellow with the white walls. So why not use that inspiration for the home? Here a few of my favorite green, yellow, and green/yellow things.

Turf clock by CB2. This clock is $89.95 which is expensive but it’s huge, as in 30″ huge. I hate the phrase ‘bang for your buck’ but this may be the very definition.

Spider coat rack from CB2. I love this! Maybe I should get it for my entry way? It is $99.95 which is expensive but you could totally spray paint a coat rack from a yard sale and get the same look.

Hancock clover bookcase from CB2 which is $199. I love this bookcase because of the ‘X’ supports and because it’s such a wonderful color. Again, this something totally DIY-able. It’s all about being bold with your color choices.

The End bookend from CB2 for $14.95. I have been in love with this book end for months now, but for whatever reason I just have sprung on it yet. This is a great buy because it is high impact for a low price.

Y by Alistair Frost from 20×200. This print comes in several sizes starting at $24. Such a fun happy print!

Untitled 1 by Cecily Brown from 20×200. I love this pattern.

Lovebird #6 by Luke Stephenson from 20×200. Why I am so attracted to bird prints?

Shadowscape by Michelle Marie Murphy from 20×200. This is a more geometric take on art. Wouldn’t this look lovely on a gallery wall?

Intense Jade lamp from Target. This lamp is only $19.99!

Patterned yellow pillow from Target. I’m in love with this pillow and the fact this it’s only $12.99 doesn’t hurt either.

Green circles rug by IKEA. This rug is 9’x 6′ and is only $99! It would look lovely with hardwood floors showing through.

Janette curtains by IKEA, the pair is $24.99. Such high impact curtains for a low price… which I guess is kind of obvious since that is IKEA’s M.O.

IKEA pendant lamp in yellow for $99. How cheery is this light? I think it would make even the gloomiest of people smile.

Have you been inspired by an image or place lately?

Fall always makes me want to go to school and then I have my ‘late for school/forgot an assignment’ nightmare and I’m over it. But I do love school supplies and what is office supplies if not school supplies for adults? Here are some cool office supplies that are extremely affordable and totally adorable!

Office Depot

I recently stumbled upon the See Jane Work collection at Office Depot. I’ve been a fan of See Jane Work for a few years now because their products are affordable and ingenious. Their collection at Office Depot, though limited, doesn’t disappoint.

The line has three prints: black and white stripe, black and white polka dot, and purple and pink dahlias. All the products are very inexpensive ranging from $3.99-$22.99. If you know me at all then you know I’m obsessed with the stripes!

Staples

Martha Stewart is everywhere! I recently came across her collection for Staples. This collection is sponsored by Avery, the label company. There are so many cool labels in her shop. The best thing is that the packs of labels are around $3.99!

The dry erase labels are so smart! I don’t know how many times I’ve put a label on a box or tray and then a few months later my needs change and I’m stuck with the wrong label.

CB2

I love CB2. I’ve never been to a physical store but their website and catalogs have me salivating every time. Their office supplies is modern and affordable.

How obsessed am I with that grass letter holder? Crazy obsessed! It’s adorable and only $9.95! The chalkboard and acrylic sets range from $5-$30.

Rifle Paper Co.

I love Rifle Paper Co., everything is so beautiful! And since every office needs a notepad, why not get one that is seriously charming?

These notepads are $8, not bad at all. Plus you’ll be the envy of all your coworkers.

Happy office supplies shopping!