I’ve got home goods on the brain right now and a need to make everything a bit more serene. That sums up Lovely Things #4. Wood. Copper. Soft, splatter-y prints. Also, a getaway. I could really use a getaway in a Norwegian cabin. Check out lots more Lovely Things roundups!
I want to hole up for a month or two in the peaceful Norderhov Cabin.
These brass and mirror trays are great, too. I love these for dressers, vanities, or pretty toiletries in the bathroom.
It’s hard to find a cute dish rack — this one is probably the cutest one ever.
These copper watering cans are a handy classic — and easy on the eyes so you can leave it hanging out with your houseplants.
HELP. I want all these pretty standing planters. Especially the grey and the rose pink ones.
Hello! Here we go with another installment of Lovely Things! This roundup seems to be feeling the love for tomato red, hot pink, muted apricot hues, grids, black straw, abstract art, mid-century, and cool vintage babes. And shoes. I really want some new shoes and I’m kind of loving those red booties, but I always end up with practical neutrals for autumn. We’ll see — maybe I’ll go rogue this year! Check out more Lovely Things roundups HERE. ♥
Errrrmaghuuurrrrd. I love this beautiful bar cart. I also have a spot for it. Help.
I just love this lounge-y color story and subtle middle finger from Vogue in 1950.
Aaaaahhhhh! This cubist bookshelf is so dreamy. Love the colors.
Flying saucer? Little black hat? Such a great little incense burner.
This is a pretty good defense of carnations. They can be SO LOVELY.
There’s just something about red suede shoes.
These hand-woven recycled plastic bags are so pretty. The large tote, please!
All of these things, please. I like all the cute new takes on tassel loafers/oxfords lately.
Just lounging around under a net in red swimwear as ladies will do. Photo: Erwin Blumenfeld
Gimme these tomato red suede booties. So cute and more chic than super hero.
Hello! Here I go with my second installment of LOVELY THINGS! This time it seems to be more about home goods, travel, and art. It’s strange that, without trying, these things that my eye tends to gravitate to all sort of fit together in color and mood. Totally randomly lured by them, but cohesive all the same. Oh my word, I am coveting so many home things. It’s hard when you can see the design symphony your home could boast, but the piggy bank just shakes its head. Little by little it will get there. Check out more Lovely Things posts! ♥
This beautiful little specimen terrarium display case is high on my wish list.
Such sweet floor cushions in geometric waves prints. Nice for kitties, pups, babies, or just so your own bum is comfy relaxing on the floor.
This fun Geometric Wool Tile Dhurrie is a great piece! Especially if the #ihavethisthingwithfloors reality of fancy tile prices is getting you down.
Yep. Still have my eye on these black pom pom baskets. Too good.
Such a clever stacked jewelry box in layers of maple, cork, and copper.
These pretty blown glass pitchers would be nice to have filled with ice and lemonade spritzers for summer dinners on the patio or filled with mimosas at brunch with friends.
YAY! It’s peach season!! This peach tartlet recipe looks yummy.
Oh, yeah. I’d love some strawberry apricot breakfast crisp any morning… any day.
Well, this is a dream workspace! Love the Samara Work Table and the whole look from Feist Forest and Country Living mag.
I have a backlog of beautiful things to share, so I am going to start posting these Lovely Things roundups to try to get all the wonderful finds out there in a semi-cohesive way. Here are 20 of them now — more coming soon! xo Jen P.S. The photos are clickable too. ♥
I love this Mondrian-esque slip dress — I just wish it came in silk or rayon.
This tulip-colored open-back dress is so dreamy. Also, it’s on sale! (20% off code: META20)
This whole look with the Tassel Sandals, swimsuit and earrings is beautiful.
These Nude Platform Wedge shoes would look so cute with midi summer dresses and cute 60s-style short shifts. I also love them with these pants!
Many, many moons! I love the new silver Seaworthy Monde Bracelet.
These pretty watercolor duffle bags are made from antique Turkish rugs! (30% off code: SUMMERJAMS)
I’d like a pair of Elizabeth Suzann’s new shoes in every color, please.
I’m crazy about these Wireless Porcelain + Rose Gold Headphones. (20% off: AHAGIFT)
I just refound this pic I saved from a spring pajama edit — makes me want to get some swankier pjs for sure.
I love all the beautiful new pressed eyeshadow colors from Alima Pure! My faves: Icon, Luxe, and Volt. I’m happy that the eyeshadow compacts are refillable too!
Such a pretty thing! Annie is making these sweet Halo Leather Clutches now — with or without wrist straps.
Really into this Half Moon Cross-Body Bag with the tassel zip. That oxblood color is stunning! It seems like the perfect size to have when traveling. (30% off code: SUMMERJAMS)
It’s been a while (again) since I did one of these mega Cavalcade! posts. With taking time off last week to take care of Zelda–I’ve got a backlog of lovely things and not enough time in the day. So, here are some things I’ve been admiring lately. There’s not really a theme per se, but it looks cohesive through my rosy goggles. Maybe a “blush silk Morocco quartz crystal diamond whiskey jetsetter magical rays” kind of theme? I dunno–that’s all I got.
I love this old photo of model, Jean Shrimpton. Such great style–those bags!
This print from Liam Stevens is fantastic–love his work.
This amazing ring from Erica’s shop is going to stay in my mind FOREVER.
I don’t technically need another credenza, but this one from Angela Adams is a beauty.
This rose hip mask sounds nice. They say it leaves a “rose hip milk tea” scent on your skin.
This pretty Dawn in Montauk candle smells like melon, honey, grass, sandalwood and sun.
I’m very much in love with this saddle bag that Nette’ made. So beautiful!!
These link rings are so lovely and come in gold, brass, platinum and sterling silver.
Oh, just the PERFECT white marble mortar and pestle.
I love these kaleidoscope basket bowls–especially this one.
I’ve always adored this Irving Penn photo of kids running in Morocco.
These dotty hexagonal coasters are so pretty.
I would love love love to have one of these stoneware eyes in my house.
A dreamy neroli candle entirely sculpted by water.
This taxidermy swan by Jessica Silversaga is such a striking image.
Perhaps the most beautiful flask in the world? Yes, it ’tis.
Whoever gets this ring is one very freaking lucky person. Major dazzler!
I’m still completely enamored with these quartz crystal mirrors from a few years ago.
I wouldn’t mind chilling out in this gorgeous space for a few hours.