I’ve been seeing a lot of really awesome stuff around the web lately, and so I thought I would make a little wish list of some of the things I would love! Maybe you would too!
Love this birch lamp by Catherine Kullberg. I’d love to put this in my dining room! Lighting is at the top of my list of things I want to change about my home. I have those standard suburban boob lights everywhere and I hate them.
Blazon Cleam Pendant from Anthropologie.
This cork basket is really cute. It would suit the kinda woodland theme I’ve got going on in my house.
I would love an Eames rocking chair. But I’ll take a knock-off.
With this cushion:
The hippity-hop lamp is so so cute! It kind of reminds me of Jonathan Adler.
I want to wallpaper my kitchen and maybe my downstairs bathroom. I’d love this one, Woods, from Ferm Living.
Or Eiffinger. Oh lord! I love them Dutchies!
The one above is called Pip, Early Bird.
Hygge and West’s Wilderness Wallpaper in White.
This one’s neat! You can peel it off when you don’t want it! Edie Wallpaper:
I would really like a new duvet set for my newly redesigned bedroom.
I like this Peacock one from Dwell Studio:
Or this Chinoiserie one:
Or this Draper Stripe one:
Speaking of beds, I need a new one. So if someone wants to get me a new mattress + bed for Christmas, that would be great. kthxbye.
Oooh, and ask long as I’m asking for things I need, a new vacuum would be great. Mine is busted. I’d like a Dyson, please. The animal one.
Art! I need more art!
Anything with an animal on it! Yesss. Like a fox. Fox Confessor by Lindsey Carr:
Or a whale, maybe. Devil by Jen Lobo.
I really want a Sharon Montrose print. Seems like I’m on a fox kick because this baby fox is adorable!
And anyone who knows me knows that I adore donkeys.
And the ears!!!!
Loooove Jen Renninger’s prints!
I might do a part 2 for clothing and such, but for sure I wanted to end with these pairs of Toms! Love these!!!
Blue green linen.
That’s all for now! It’s quite interesting when one starts compiling a list like this, to see what my current style is. It really does seem to have a point of view to it, I think. Interesting.