January 17, 2015

Friday Five - Fabulous Finds!


Hey guys, wow is it Friday already?  This week has flown by!  Actually today is Saturday - I'm posting this a day late because I was busy yesterday with life stuff from morning until night.  Okay this is my new weekly post where I'll be sharing five favorite - Fabulous Finds from my weekly design adventures.  So lets get to it...  
Have you guys heard of a site called Chairish - they sell one of a kind vintage and gently used furniture and home accents!  Chairish carries a great selection of mid century modern, bamboo and Chippendale chairs like this lovely one above plus great home accessories too.  And you can list your furniture there too, this site is Awesome!  

I'm also excited because they've asked me to create a Design Board around a few of their vintage chairs - I can't wait!

I made a Design Board this week with a few rustic poufs and am loving their versatility.  Not only do they add extra seating, but they mix well with traditional furniture w/ clean lines, giving any space a rustic chic vibe easily.   These above are from West Elm!    

I was shopping for a client this week at Kirklands and was surprised by their curtain selection.  Not only do they have some great colors and patterns (I love this navy blue gate hill) .  But they carry 95 and even 108 inches in length!

I came across this chic end table sourcing finds one day on Zinc Door and about fell off my chair!  It's the Worlds Away Peyton Bamboo lacquer edged three drawer nightstand.   I seriously would LOVE to design a space using this fresh green color.   But priced at $1,400 each  - this may be a great Diy project instead ;)

Finally, these Twist Swivel Stools from World Market were on sale a few weeks ago and I just had to snag a few!  I love their modern - Farmhouse style and they look really good in our black painted kitchen.  I'll post about these guys soon ;)

Okay guys that's my Friday Five for the week, have a great week-end!

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