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 – Absolutely blown away by the cozy beauty in this European country style home near Montreal. I love that they opted to carry some of the stone from the exterior into several interior spaces. The views are equally as stunning as the interior of the home!
SOURCES: Striped Polo Sweater | Button-Up Oxford Shirt | Ribbed Mockneck Top | Quilted Side Snap Turtleneck | Heart Earrings | Quilted Jacket | Sunglasses | Patch Pocket Wide-Leg Pants | Jeans | Cableknit Mockneck Sweater
Here are a few more finds in shades of green and neutrals.
3 – I bought these Kitsch dermaplaning tools to try on Prime Day and have been so happy with them since! I’ve done dermaplaning for years, and love the difference it makes on my face. I specifically do it for the peach fuzz removal, but I also love that it clears off dead layers of skin. I’ve used several other brands in the past and these are by far my favorite! My skin has never been smoother! If you’ve never tried dermaplaning before, I think you may love it! There are a bunch of videos on the product listing (along with 15k+ reviews) that show just how easy it is for such a big impact! They’re currently 36% off today too, but if you use code DermaTool10 at checkout it will take an additional 10% off that price too (current as of time of this post going live).
4 – If you drink a lot of tea in the winter months (or really any time of year), this electric tea kettle has been a game changer for us! Up until a few months ago, we’d try to microwave big batches of water in a glass pyrex liquid measuring cup. It never poured right and we’d lose half the water at any giving point. This tea kettle holds 7 cups of water, is nearly impossible to spill, has a cordless jug, and has auto-off and a boil-dry features. It also has multiple heat settings so you can get the exact right temperature for the type of tea you’re making. We also love the keep warm feature so we can each get a few cups without it turning off. Super happy with this purchase – and it seems to be helping us to drink less coffee each morning! Side note: if you’re looking for a way to keep your tea organized, we’ve used this tea bag holder for several years now and still love it!
5 – I’ve really been loving some pieces at Ballard Designs recently. I’ve owned and loved this mirror for as long as I can remember, but now there are so many other cute finds that work for coastal and/or grandmillennial decorating styles! They’re also offering 20-25% off most of these items today, too. All sources are listed below the graphic.
SOURCES: Rattan Side Table | Wrapped Round Coffee Table | Scalloped Mirror | Chippendale Dining Chair | Rattan Counter Stool | Wood & Cane Bed | Rattan Wrapped Sconce | Two Drawer Open Shelf Side Table | 3 Drawer Nightstand | Rattan Counter Stool | Scalloped Seagrass Basket | Rattan Chest | Scalloped Seagrass Lamp Shade
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