Welcome to this week’s Wednesday Watch List, where I share the random things that captured my attention and stole my heart over the past week!
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1 – So much goodness is this modern Tudor home tour from Bria Hammel! So many details are just beyond! I love that it also has a look and style you don’t see every day. So beautiful!
2 – I have a few events coming up this fall that I’ll need a versatile dress for so it can work for all of them! I fell hard for this cute option. The collar in front is amazing but when you see the back, you’ll really get excited! That bow is so good! I was worried it may be a bit short on me based upon a few of the photos, but then I saw in the description the model is 5’11” so I think it would work well! I just haven’t decided if I want to try the black or navy! It’s also available in this pretty colorblock version!
3 – I was shocked when I saw the price for this PAIR of plaid baskets. The Container Store carries an identical basket for $11.99 for ONE – so the pair is a steal at under $10! I’m guessing they’ll sell out super quickly since they’ll make the perfect accessory for fall and holiday decor! I feel like this pair is equally as chic for a similarly amazing price!
4 – I fell in love with these white color block vases when I saw them in Rachel Parcell’s laundry room reveal yesterday. If you click through you can see them style in her space. They are massive and so beautiful! They’re also pricey, so I’m contemplating a DIY. Then again, I have no idea where I’d find glass vases that large with similar lines to attempt it! I’m majorly inspired by the look though! Definitely on my wish list if they go on sale!
5 – I ordered these aspen stems last week and figured I’d either love them or hate them. There probably wasn’t going to be an in-between! 😉 Admittedly, when I opened the box, the yellow seemed a little intense. But, once I got them open and all spread out, it definitely tamed the color. I’m really happy with them and think they’ll be beautiful in fall decor! If you’re looking for a more cost-effective route, these yellow ginkgo stems would likely give a similar vibe! I haven’t seen them in person and they’re quite a bit shorter, but they look promising!
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