Happy Friday everyone! I’m loving this Friday even more because it’s time for Friday Finds! I’ve been working on some great projects lately – a snack bar area for a basement, a fun wall of initials, and I just started to makeover our daughter’s closet. So with those projects comes lots of research along with cool things that get me sidetracked. And lucky you – I’m sharing my favorite finds!
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Bedroom goals. I don’t have the original source of this photo but I love everything about this bedroom. And I would love to incorporate white or light colored bedding in our master bedroom but I feel like it will be a mess. I can’t even wear a white shirt without spilling on it. Is it realistic? Like this style. Or this one.
This woodland-inspired fox and flower birthday party decor from Lana’s Shop. The illustrated adorable fox that’s used on the invitations and throughout the party decor, the blush and berry color palette, and all the botanical elements are all just so delicate and whimiscal. Check out the invitations and the cake too – so sweet.
I love a good clutch and this sleek, embossed version is so pretty. A little pricey for me ($180) so now I’m on the hunt for a knock-off.
Natural body care. I get it, we’re all attached to certain beauty products. But the more I read about some of the toxic chemicals in most brand-name soaps, body washes, and deodorants, the more I’m willing to try the natural route – at least for these main 3 culprits. The biggest one for me is deodorant and the possible link between aluminum and breast cancer. Check out this article. Also this one.
These easy DIY Halloween costumes for kids are adorable – and they look pretty easy to make. My daughter is going the cheesy store-bought route. Oh well. Curious George and the Man with the Yellow Hat is so sweet.
I just bought my first pair of booties at Marshalls (I’m a little late to that trend). And I love them – I found this similar pair from Tom’s and I bet they’re super comfy.
Domino’s Design Rules to Break – Some good tips – I like the idea of only wallpapering a small space or an accent wall as a cost-effective alternative to completely renovating a room. And the unframed art solution to avoid pricey frames, and opt for fun alternatives such as such as an easel or decorative tape.
I hope you enjoyed my finds and maybe discover a few of your own. Have a wonderful weekend!
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