Scene: Saturday Night. Our evening plans were canceled and we had an unexpectedly quiet weekend night at home. Billy sits at the table filling in his pilot’s log book with the trip we took earlier the day, drinking his craft beer. I’m next to him drinking a blackberry and honey concoction we dreamt up the night before for dinner. In front of me lays a deliciously thick, never-been-read-by-me Anthropologie home catalog. In summary, it was the perfect night.
Anthropologie catalogs are treasured. When perusing the catalog, I think it’s really sweet to see how Billy and I’s style has merged over the years. When I showed him the below jaw-dropping armoire. His reaction, ‘Only $4,000? That’s a deal for something that awesome!’ and during my game of “Which Would You Choose…” (out of these hooks/knobs/silverware) we were pretty close on all our picks. So. Below. Some heart-stopping, ‘oh my gosh, so pretty!’ moments from the 2016 Anthropologie home catalog.
I’m so excited to share our beadboard pantry, built from the ground up! It was a long process – we started the project in March (although it was a brain child for a year before then), and it is done, done, done. Not almost done, or just needs finishing touches. I mean done. And it feels good.
First, the pretty photos:
Can you believe Halloween is almost here? You’ve seen my personal preference for black and white Halloween decorations – here’s some of the pictures that inspired my decor and food for the party I threw last year. Unfortnatly I’m terrible at multi-tasking the blogger/photographer/and party planner that I am, so hope these help get your imagination going. Halloween parties are some of the most fun!
Halloween is not a holiday I’ve ever decorated for, but last year we thought we’d throw a spooky get-together and I loved how our house turned out. We decided to stick to black and white for decor, keeping it simple and classic, and totally spooky. This year we were way too busy to decorate the whole house, so here’s last year’s never before seen decorations!