I love everything about the gorgeous room from Anthropologie in the photo below, so it is this week’s Friday’s Most Wanted! There are so many different colors and patterns that make the room eclectic, inviting, and give off a great energy. The plants and wooden chest are also wonderful little touches. This room reminds me of the days when I wanted to become an interior designer (maybe some day). If you’re in the market for any homewares, check out Anthropologie’s House & Home products. Enjoy your weekend everyone and stay warm!
Many apologies for not having updated in a couple of days. Unfortunately, I have been sick for the past 4 days and have been unmotivated to do much of anything. Usually a little retail therapy perks me right up, but alas, I am still on a bit of a shopping hiatus, and frankly I did not want to get out of bed to “window shop.” Now THAT is when you know something is wrong with me.
In the mean time, I have resorted to watching movies and reading up on this and that online. Here are a few things that have made me feel better:
Looking at the top stories and newest trends in regards to style on one of my favorite websites http://www.refinery29.com/.
I especially enjoyed refinery29’s private tour of Alexis Bittar’s Brooklyn Heights Bachelor Pad. Alexis Bittar is an iconic jewelry designer with an absolutely gorgeous townhouse – I have a secret desire to one day become an interior designer.
Sean Patrick Thomas, I mean, the movie Save the Last Dance made me feel better. I know it’s a little corny, and the outfits are beyond…well they’re just bad, but I have always loved this movie.
And lastly, my little pup (who sadly now lives in Maryland) came for a visit. He always brightens my day, and deserves more than just one picture.