Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Pretty Things

I needed a break today...
for just a few minutes.

I sat at the computer and checked
out Pottery Barn and Anthropology.

These are two places I get tons of
inspiration from, but seldom spend
money at!!

Here are some pretty things from both!

Coastal Inspired Bath...a personal fave!

A gorgeous wreath from Pottery Barn looks
so great on the white washed wood!
This would be pretty simple to do a diy knock off on!

Fabulous Turkish towels from Anthro.
I hear they are wonderful and so absorbent!

I would just like a stack of them on a chippy white stool, please!

Totally love these little chalk herb pots!!
Hmmmm...wonder if I can create the look
for less!!!

And how cool is this cart??
I would love to load it up with
vintage grain sacks, linen, 
and trims!!

What would you fill yours with?


Ok...15 minute vacay is over!
Back to work!

Have a lovely rest of the week!!

Hugs and Joy to You!!


Gigi Harlan said...

Everything is beautiful, love the bath and herb pots!

Gigi @ Old World Patina

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

Wow! Love all your choices. Great inspiration! I especially love the towels. I'll have to look for those.

Susie~From My Home To Yours said...

Hey Becky,
Great inspiration 'em all! I do have a couple of linen turkish towels, and they are great....lots of uses too!

It was great to see you (sorry I was in 'spaceville')! I hoped to be able to chat a bit more on Saturday, but I only stayed a short while. I don't do great in crowds.

Have a great week...
Blessings, Susie

NanaNor's said...

Hi sweet Beck, I miss hearing what is happening in your world!!! I love your inspiration pieces-they look so much like you, even if they came from fancy stores. We are doing well, looking for a new house for Kim's family(if they build, they will end up with us for about 5 mos-all 7 of them and two dogs), it would be crazy for that long.
Hope your girls are doing well.
Email me, so I can catch up.
Love you girl.

Okio B Designs said...

Love the coastal bathroom and the cart. I'm like you: I look but rarely buy. More of an inspiration, don't you think?


Kar said...

Lovely inspirations Becky! Love those towels! I'm sure you can come up with some lovely pieces yourself after seeing all these pretty things. :)

DownTheLaneWithDaisy said...

I love the seashell wreath. It was great meeting you at the polkadot flea and spending time with you and Carol. It was a real treat when I realized who you were since I Love your blog!

Keep in touch and I can't wait to receive my purchase from you. So sweet! Eileen

Jill Flory of Sew a Fine Seam said...

Awesome loveliness! And I thought the same thing about those pots - I'm sure those can be created for way less!

Kinga A Niski said...

Hey Becky,
Lovely pictures ... fall in love with those towels:)
Don't work to hard :)

God bless you ...

Kinga @ Coffee Time To Share

Patricia Krank said...

Beautiful eye candy. You CAN definitely create the look of those pots for less! I've been seeing a lot of tutorials on it.
Missing your posts,

June said...

I love them too Becky. I love to go into the Boise and Salt Lake Anthro and take a looks whenever I get to those two cities. I enjoyed seeing the things that inspire you!
hugs from here...

Sherry @ No Minimalist Here said...

Becky, I also use these websites for inspiration but rarely buy from them. It's funny that many things they sell are now copied from blogger's DIY projects. It was so fun to meet and chat with you at the Polka Dot Flea!

The Polka Dot Closet said...

Hey Becky, I love the the chalkboard flower pots...Oh yes you could do those for less...I know you can. I think you should make them for the next Flea! My neighbor did tell me that the only complaint she had was that it was too crowded...Yea lol!


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