ANTHROPOLOGIE PRIMROSE MIRROR LOOK-ALIKES

LA blogger shares Anthropologie Primrose Mirror alternatives
When it comes to decorative mirrors, I can’t get enough of the Anthropologie Primrose Mirror collection. These vintage-inspired gold mirrors are interior design goals (photo credit above: Anthroplogie). They come in a number of different shapes and sizes and I love that they add depth and character to any room. I’m especially obsessing over the largest mirror which is 7-feet tall and leans beautifully against the wall. I dream of taking full-length family selfies with this beauty in all the flowy dresses.

DECOR INSPO: LITTLE GIRL’S BEDROOM

 
We’re in the midst of converting Naiya’s bedroom from a nursery to a big girl’s bedroom. Naiya’s inspired by rainbows, unicorns and clouds right now so her bedroom has become a melting pot of ALL of these things.  Naiya knows EXACTLY what she likes and she’s NEVER afraid to make this crystal clear! Girlboss in training. Rounding up a bunch of bedroom inspo today which I’m currently loving for little girl’s rooms. Sharing a photo of Naiya’s current bedroom and linking to our favorite items too.  Since we’re all stuck at home, I’m all for reinventing our spaces to help us stay inspired, comfy and happy.

IN THE HOME

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Happy Monday, Everyone! Today’s post is all about the decor starting to pop up in our apartment.  Phil and I moved into our LA apartment back in June but it’s taken all of these months to make our house really feel like a home (and we’re still getting there!).  Over the past few weeks, we’ve been having a lot of fun decorating with colorful pillows, photos and creative frames. 

DIY DRAWER DECOR

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I’m always on the lookout for fun DIY interior decorating ideas and the above projects are some of my current favorites.  I’m an avid runner and as I run through the streets of Los Angeles, I often see perfectly good furniture lying on the sidewalk ready to be hauled away.  Sometimes, I’ll stumble upon old dressers that no one wants anymore.  Above are a couple of fun, inexpensive ways to use salvaged pieces of furniture or drawers you might find around your neighborhood or at a flea market.