In the last 24 hours, I have browsed a number of sites and thought while you are here, would you be interested in viewing some lovelies that could possibly accent your home?
Discovering new accessories always brighten my mood and I was brightened by this Chicken Note Holder Frame at Wisteria. Perfect for a craft room or message area in your home.
Carolyne Roehm's exquisite taste includes a lovely vase which I could also see using as a decorative pencil cup. It would add sophistication and classic style to your desk or workspace.
Hurricanes, from Source Perrier, that represent a federal style (in my opinion) with hand engraved stars are an accent I'd welcome in our home. It reminds me of something you would find in Thomas Jefferson's home, Monticello.
I've never seen metallic linen drapes until today on Pottery Barn's website. Very chic. It has inspired me in many ways. We'll see if it materializes.
If I could, I'd decorate my entire Christmas tree with ornaments at Bayberry Cove by Wendy Addison. The vintage glitter is what sets it apart from what you typically see in department stores.
And, last but not least, Linens 'n Things. Did you hear they are going out of business? You could always count on some much-need staples for your home, like bed sheets, organizers, bins, glassware, the works. I'm disappointed to hear they will not be around much longer. I am not one for crowds (you know how it is when the word of a sale gets around, particularly a going-out-of-business sale) but I will check out their website to see if I can find anything I can't live without for a good price.
I have also begun my holiday shopping. And how I wish I could share them here but it would be hard to keep it a secret from the recipients. I am very excited though about what I've chosen as gifts for family & friends.
Tonight, I leave you with a resource on what to do with your pumpkin once Halloween is over.