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 – There are some really beautiful updates to Caitlin Creer’s portfolio! I thought this English Tudor style kitchen was a beautiful example of how to decorate very simply for fall or Halloween. A few season-appropriate product items and you’re good to go in your kitchen!
2 – Sharing a few recent Walmart fashion finds. I love this classic striped button-up shirt. It’s a bit oversized and long enough in the back to wear with leggings. But my favorite feature is the little clear snap in between those two buttons I never know which to use (one is either too buttoned up or the other has too much cleavage)! The sweater is super soft and I love the pearl detail along the cuff. It comes in a lot of cute colors for fall! They all fit true to size, but the woven slides do run small (I sized up which I rarely have to do). Side note: our outdoor swivel chairs are finally back in stock!
3 – I’m loving this affordable floral block print pillow for fall! It would look great paired with my favorite linen pillow covers, a striped fabric, or really any neutral or small print in similar tones! Although it’s Threshold, it’s not part of either Studio McGee’s or Hearth & Hand’s lines, so it’s still fully stocked and I think a bit undiscovered!
4 – One of my favorite brands of rugs, Annie Selke, is offering 20% off rugs through the end of the day with code UNROLL. They only offer a handful of sales a year so I try to take advantage of them when they come around! We actually bought this rug for our carriage house bedroom and the indoor/outdoor version for our kitchen runner. They offer so many great options (I love the Dash & Albert ones).
One of my most popular images over the years is this one of our entryway in our Omaha house. I used this striped rug in the space for years and loved it so much! It held up so well, the new buyers of our house asked to buy the rug too! Many of the indoor/outdoor ones can be taken outside and bleached or hosed down.
5 – Most of you know I do very little in terms of Halloween decor. But we’re in a neighborhood with a lot of kids so I try to at least do something on the porch or entryway for trick-or-treaters. I saw these river rock ghosts on Kate Marker Interiors and thought they were adorable! They’re neutral, timeless, and easy to store until the next year! If you’re one of those people that have jumped on the giant skeleton bandwagon, I would love to know how the heck you store those things!
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