I know that the geometric craze has been going on for some time now but I’ve never been the trendy type so pardon the late post. Here are some of my favorites fashion finds and home decor.
Isn’t this gorgeous? I just love how this looks on the front door. I can just imagine it would be a great decor piece in the dining room or bed room. Just like Holly from hollymathisinteriors.com, we’ve been in love with monograms for a long time too. That’s what led us into selling wax seals in the first place. Her monogram decoration idea is just beyond cool not to mention timeless.
Southern Proper Monograms, one of Holly’s sponsors, cuts out monograms from birch wood. You can choose different sizes and fonts. We will definitely bookmark this item for a future purchase.
Holly Mathis Interiors
I just love how Danielle from Thompson Family-Life created decorated her fireplace this holiday season. The white lights and color palette she selected is playful yet elegant. My favorite is the gorgeous pompom wreath. It is such a great focal point for the area and it has this playful quality that makes her decor magical. The socks remind me of Dr. Seuss characters and the cute doilies are so Martha chic.
I stumbled upon this unique candelabra while looking for lighting ideas for our wedding. It’s the Multi Candle Pin by Sebastian Bergne for Eno. I can just imagine how the candles will look like they are floating on the air on a dimmed room or outdoor setting.
We’re going to have a candy bar together with cake for dessert. We bought jars whenever we saw cheap but beautiful jars in stores. The jars are from Ikea, Daiso and this shop at North Bridge Road. The cheapest jar is at $2 and the most expensive one is at $16. We’re going to ship some bulk candy from the US as an added treat for our guest. We’re going to get blue and yellow candies to match our theme.