Saturday, January 14, 2017

Bedroom Decor

I recently added a few extra pieces to my bedroom and have had so much fun adding extra spunk to my nautically inspired home. My goal is to decorate at a discount, which makes a lot of my pieces original and one of a kind because I find them at thrift stores, garage sales, closeout stores and on Amazon.

I found these wall scones at Marc's, a local closeout store. The painting is an original. 
I found this adorable sailboat many months ago on Amazon, but this shelf (part of a set of 3) is still available. I bought two sets of them and they are perfect for hanging adorable knick-knacks. 

I also found these adorable Liberty Paper Lanterns on Tuckernuck a few weeks ago. While they are sold out on Tuckernuck, I found them on another website. They come with gorgeous delicate gold string and are so easy to set up. I love the way they spruce up the corner of my bedroom, and for a price of less than $20 they cannot be beat. 

This lamp and mirror table were also found at Homegoods. I received my Lilly Pulitzer paper coasters years ago with a Lilly purchase. The vase was a Mischka gift from my parents for my birthday years ago. I love the catchall that I bought with a coupon code for only $5 from Tuckernuck during Christmas time that is no longer available. It has my monogram on it. It is lucite, which means that it gets scratched less easily than glass with other glass items and jewelry on it. Pink Wasabi Ink on Etsy has a lot of other gorgeous personalized options for catchall trays.  

I also just had to share the set of standing shelves that I bought on Amazon to display my Tokidoki and Kidrobot toys. They were starting to invade every ledge, nook and cranny in my home and I needed somewhere to display them that looked put together. They were super cheap and come in blue, pink, and a few other colors. The quality is great for the cost , and I think they would great in a bedroom, bathroom or office. I even pondered putting it next to my entryway with a cozy lamp after I put them together. 

I also had to share my new agenda folio which I scored for around $15 (a far cry from the original price tag of more than $40). Carrying around my planner, pens, post its, etc. can be a real pain in my work bag. I love that this allows me to keep everything organized. There are so many pockets, including a large one on the outside. I love that I could also fit my tablet inside if I needed to. Such a great investment, and it is huge. The fact that I only have a medium agenda means there is even more space. 


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