The new Pottery Barn catalog just arrived (fun, fun!) and I thought I'd post some of my favorites...
I love this bed with the storage on the bottom and the red quilt bedding. It looks so cozy & comfy - yet practical!
Ok, I am so in love with this porch swing! I would love to get one for our side porch...maybe someday! It's not very high on our priority list right now. Couldn't you just picture yourself hanging out here, reading a book, drinking a PINK lemonade?
I mostly just like this musical note on the wall. Very cool.
Here's a great idea - you could just make these pots yourself. Buy some terra cotta pots for like 50 cents and use chalkboard paint to paint them. Voila! Really practical herb pots.
I really like the serenity of this bathroom. Very calm and spa-like. I like bathrooms to be muted and clean looking.
So that's it! Hope you enjoyed my little photo tour!
Ooooh... good idea about the chalkboard paint and planters! I'm going to try this, especially nice for winter.ReplyDelete
pottery barn is too expensive for my bargain ways.....but I do love those pots painted with chalkboard paint. hmmmm, I have some of that too.ReplyDelete
cute stuff. love the storage under the bed...love anything organizational. i just worked on a closet this weekend. got great baskets at ac moore for $2.oo each. got about 8 of them to store albums in and memorablia.ReplyDelete
anywho, hope you're well. still haven't heard back from beth about a play-date, we need to do that.
I love chalkboard paint, it can really make something out of nothing! :-) And adding the chalkboard label to pots is quite ingenious. I think getting the Pottery Barn catalog is like getting a new magazine! Even if you never buy their stuff you sure can be inspired by all the details!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing!
I so envy you being able to get your hands on the Pottery Barn catalogues...I have to head over to the website when I want to see their goodies. But there's nothing like actually holding that beauty in your hands.ReplyDelete
Poor me, they won't ship them to Canada!!