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switch out your bath mat this weekend! they can be such a fun way to quickly change up a bathroom. i’m loving these bathmats with fun sayings on them. here’s a roundup of some bath mats for every look, whether you want a quirky, fun bathmat or something chic and simple. what are your favorites? let us know in the comments! – erika
1. berber bath mat from urban outfitters
2. you look good bath mat from urban outfitters
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does it get cozier than a fluffy fur pillow? i think not. add a little pizzaz to your favorite lounge spot with a fluffy fur pillow. just toss em on your bed or couch and it will brighten up the space instantly! i gathered some faux fur and real fur pillows for you to shop here. this weekend you should switch up your throw pillows with some fabulous fur and get cozy! – erika
shop these: target, kanuka, anthropologie, west elm
photo credit: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
though bathrooms tend to get overlooked in the decorating process they can actually be transformed into the most sophisticated room in the house. this washroom noir look is strikingly elegant. i love the classic monochromatic black and white. refresh your bathroom with a splash of black paint. you can go all black, one wall black, or even a half black/half white stripe for a contrast. it’s timeless and can go with virtually any style. here’s a little black bathroom magic to inspire you. remember to go bold or go home! – erika
doesn’t this black bathroom make you want to take a long soak in that tub? let us know your thoughts on black bathrooms in the comments below! oh, and if you haven’t noticed we finally fixed our comments where we can reply back easily to you all! yay.
image credit: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11
natalie and i are headed to marfa tomorrow morning with six other friends for my 30th birthday. it feels like it’s coming at a perfect time, because i think it will be really creatively fulfilling. we were talking about donald judd (he had a true vision of marfa becoming a place for his art after being frustrated with the small spaces in new york. he relocated to the vast emptiness in texas.) this got us thinking about artists from the past and their work spaces, a topic that’s always fascinating.
matisse, ray eames, picasso, alexander calder and more…
so fun to look at, right?
natalie is always talking about her dream home…an A-frame cabin. i have to admit, they are pretty fun to think about and look at. we are big believers of speaking your hopes and dreams out in the world, so here we go…
the A-frame trend is said to be started by architect andrew geller, who designed and built this home above in sagaponack, new york. they are typically built in areas with heavy winters and lots of snow. popularity with this style of home began to rise post-WWII as many americans were beginning to have more disposable income and a second home was a great investment as well as a great vacation retreat. wouldn’t it be so nice to be able to escape to one of these for the weekend??
i love the classic rustic A-frame cabins, but i also adore the mid-century vibes of some of these.
i love how the attics feel like a fort or hideout. i wanted an attic bedroom SO badly as a kid. the movie casper got me obsessed with the idea of a secret room.
ps. so many great A-frame cabins on rob’s instagram!
natalie, we are coming over when you get one, k?