Classes started Monday. I think I’m really going to like my classes this semester and I’ve actually started working on a couple of my projects already! Pretty impressive for a procrastinator like me. Of course, most of the work I’ve done so far has been on Pinterest, but it still counts!
I had a three hour break between my classes on Monday so after a short stop at Starbucks I visited one of my favorite stores: HomeGoods! Obviously I spotted a plethora of wonderful items, such as…
These well priced knock-offs of some high end tables. I love gold but these may be a bit on the 80’s shiny brass side. Still pretty though.
This pretty gray table could be perfect in an entryway.
This beautiful set of notecards that I really just wanted for the tin box they came in.
You might remember that I bought some coffee sacks from The Roasterie last summer. Wouldn’t an ottoman like this be the perfect DIY project for them? Although, this one was only $19.99 so it may be worth just buying the finished product when it looks this good.
I love this pillow by Cynthia Rowley. Those blues are just gorgeous against the white background and little bits of purple. I think it costs $16.99.
These are the cutest blue chevron lamps ever! I would love to see these in a kid’s room. $59.99 each
Speaking of cute, this little footstool is adorable. I think it was $24.99
I love the colors in this pillow. It would be a great inspiration piece for a living room; it has so many lovely colors you could pull from it to use as your color scheme.
If you want to add some color to a room via accessories, this pretty teal lantern would do the trick.
I wrote about my love of Chinoiserie last week, and these pieces are great examples of inexpensive new pieces. I love this red lacquer box, which is available in several sizes as well as in black.
I adore foo dogs; I have one set and I’d love to build a collection someday. HomeGoods had a pair of generously sized red foo dogs for only $9.99 each.
HomeGoods seems to always has some awesome Cynthia Rowley chairs, but I pretty much swooned when I saw the greek key pattern on the back of these black and white chairs.
I wish I could have bought everything pictured above but since I’m working for free right now I saved my pennies. The only thing I bought was from the Marshall’s side of the store: a pair of Calvin Klein burgundy courdoroy skinnies that were marked down from $69.50 to $14.99! Score!
Oh hey there Leo, nice to see you! (Sorry, I just had to share it. He’s such a handsome guy)