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June 18, 2017

I am so excited to tell you about this. But first, hello everyone! Okay, so I decided after 11 1/2 years of blogging to finally start my first ever decor8 newsletter. Many of you subscribe to decor8 via RSS or Bloglovin’, which is great because you get my feed daily in your inbox so you don’t miss a beat! However, in addition to the feed, my new decor8 newsletter will be a personal note written from me to you once weekly where you’ll see things that I don’t show on my blog or social sites. I’ll include behind-the-scenes stuff with my projects and collegues, trend reports, European travel tips, personal essays to motivate and inspire you, decorating tips, organization ideas, thoughts on current decorating trends, discount codes from favorite online shops, up-and-coming designers, favorite products of the moment, shopping round-ups and much, much more.

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Photography: Holly Becker for decor8. Location: Salvatori Home, Milan, Italy

Think of the all-new decor8 newsletter as your weekly letter from a dear friend who can tune you in to the BEST of the BEST in the world of interiors, decor and design. I’m that friend, I’m going to work hard to deliver something very special to all of you that will become something that you look forward to receiving.

To register (it’s free), just CLICK here and enter your email address. It’s really THAT easy. My first newsletter will be sent on Friday, June 23rd so sign up between now and then to get the decor8 debut newsletter.

Weeee! I’m so excited! Welcome decor8 readers to something new!

xo

Holly






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Farrow & Ball Wallpaper In My Living Room

June 8, 2017

I’m off to Hamburg today but first, I have to show you something that I’m very excited about! My wallpaper! I worked on a beautiful project for Farrow & Ball that gave me a chance to select any wallpaper for my home that I wanted for one room, so I scooped up the Hornbeam pattern shown below. Why? It’s neutral, understated and just so pretty – I kept going back to it again and again. I love that it goes with anything. I wanted time to live with the wallpaper before reviewing it here on my blog to see how it would look over time – would it stand up, would it peel, would it fade, could I still even live with it after time passed… In fact, that was always my decorating fear. Choosing a pattern and then feeling stuck with it or getting sick of it in a month. Luckily, I chose the perfect pattern for me because I actually like it more today than I did when we had it installed – and I loved it then!

Farrow & Ball Wallpaper In My Living Room

When I was looking for the right pattern, I made of short list of what I wanted. First, it needed to have a natural, organic pattern. We live on the border of a massive forest in the city, so it needed to feel urban enough but also forest-y. I also didn’t want anything geometric and whatever pattern I went with had to complement the ginko leaf stucco on the ceiling. Another essential was that it needed to be strong and somewhat thick because the walls are 117 years old and not perfectly smooth. We smoothed them out but still, you can’t get perfect in a home this old. I also wanted it to feel a bit feminine and curvy. I know that sounds strange, but the windows and the room itself has a lot of lines. The room itself is a massive rectangle. That’s why I went with a soft, feather pendent light to work with the wallpaper and soften the lines of the room too. Another must was that it can’t fade and in this spot in my living room, wallpaper is prone to fading because it’s in the sun all day long (I never close my linen curtains). Hornbeam ticked off all the boxes, so I ordered it!

After two years the wallpaper looks the same as it did the day we installed it – the color and pattern are still perfect.But the wallpaper did exactly what I set out for it to do.

Farrow & Ball is a gorgeous company through and through but keep in mind that it’s not budget. It will not be at the same price point as something Made in China or in some massive factory. I toured their small but mighty workshop in southern England (remember this post?), met their Head of Creative, Charlotte Crosby and watched their elaborate process for both making paint and producing wallpaper – it’s intensive, expensive to manufacturer, and they have to employ true experts to work on every part of the process. I met many workers in the factory and all were like a part of the F&B family; their pride was evident. I left with nothing but respect for the brand.

Thing is, when you make something time-consuming, beautiful and of quality, and have to pay experts to make it, your products will not (and should not) be at the same price as what is cheaply made in sweat shops. That is the beauty of Farrow & Ball, it is a pure luxury to have them in your home and you take pride in that ownership. It’s not just wallpaper or paint, it’s Farrow & Ball wallpaper and paint produced in England by a company who really, truly loves what they do.

Here is the Hornbeam BP 5002 wallpaper in my living room, shown throughout this post. While I’m currently on the hunt to add-in some art and a few pieces of furniture, I am very happy with how the wall looks. It’s just the right amount of pattern without overwhelming my moody and calm living room.

Farrow & Ball Wallpaper In My Living Room

Farrow & Ball Wallpaper In My Living Room

Farrow & Ball Wallpaper In My Living Room

Farrow & Ball Wallpaper In My Living Room

If you have a copy of my latest book, Decorate For a Party, this room may feel familiar to you. You can see it in the book only not as a living room. For the party theme in the book, I transformed this space =into a dining room and worked the theme around the Hornbeam-patterned wallpaper. This paper works beautifully in any room of the home.

I hope that you like my choice, it was definitely a great pick and came out exactly how I had envisioned it. My next goal: Add color to the room through accessories. I really want a cozy new sofa, more comfortable chairs, a large round white marble coffee table, art for above the sofa, new table lighting, new sofa side table. What will I do with everything currently here? Move it to another room and use in other ways, of course. But the wallpaper STAYS.

Thank you Farrow & Ball for the beautiful wallpaper, what a truly lovely statement it makes in my space.

(Photography: Holly Becker for decor8)






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8 Ways To Transform Nursery to Kid’s Room

June 7, 2017

Hello everyone, I hope you’re doing good. I’m heading off to Hamburg in the morning so before I go, I thought I’d share a project that I recently finished and photographed to appear in a big magazine later this year – my little boy’s updated bedroom! I took it from being a baby nursery to a room fit for a three-year-old boy complete with a new bed, some new art, a drawing table, new rug and a few other things you may spot that are a little different from before. I love how it came out.

8 Ways To Transform Nursery to Kid's Room

I’ve not changed much in his bedroom since I designed his nursery (before and after here) but I did exchange his crib for the beautiful Wood Day Bed from Oliver Furniture (which we love) and I added a small table with a bench from Bloomingville along with a Bloomingville wooden toy box on wheels (not shown). I also mixed new rugs, linen curtains, new bedding, a few new cushions and I switched up the art on one of his walls. So I guess I did change a few things! It really needed a facelift and he was so happy when he saw the finished results! I imagine his room will stay this way (more or less) for another 3-4 years, and then we’ll update again with new wallpaper on the back wall, new paint, new scheme… But for now, this room is definitely made to grow with him.

8 Ways To Transform Nursery to Kid's Room

Ready to check out his updated room with my 8 steps? It’s very gender neutral, so it’s great for a boy or girl!

  1. Switch out the crib with an adaptable, quality bed. I didn’t want to buy a toddler bed, then have to buy a twin bed or a full bed a few years later, too much shopping! We opted for the Wood Day Bed from Oliver Furniture because it’s made very well, handmade in fact, and is a beautiful Danish design so if he tires of it in a few years, it will fit beautifully into my guest bedroom where I currently have a very boring twin bed. This day bed also has an organic allergy-free mattress and an extra insert to extend the current mattress with any extra peice, so when he is taller, the day bed grows with him – the frame pulls apart and you place in two new railings. Then it’s the length of a normal twin size bed.
  2. Update the bedding. This is such an easy but dramatic change because the modern bunny pattern still works with the wallpaper yet makes the room look like it’s a for an older child now and not a baby.
  3. Update the art. Also easy. You don’t have to change or get rid of everything, of course, but swap out prints and just move things around. The papier mâché mask went from over his changing table to above his bookcase. The wall chart stayed because he still likes it and I knew when I first put it in his nursery that we could keep it for years before the cars and superheros posters take over. Some of the art I just taped to the walls with washi tape just as before when I put together his nursery. Washi tape lasts for years, at least the MT Tape brand, so prints won’t fall off the wall no matter how humid or cold the room gets.
  4. Add curtains that hang to the floor. I like these because they are linen and light, but also block out the light even during bright daylight. I opted for a black trim on the curtains to make them look a bit more grown up so he’ll hopefully keep them for years and if he doesn’t, I can easily pop them into the guest room or another spot in my home. I always think like this when I shop – where else can I use the item if I tire of it in the room I’m buying it for today? It’s a great thing to do when you shop, especially for the investment pieces like drapes. Can you imagine them in another room or reimagine as a shower curtain, cafe curtain, pillow covers or a bench cover?
  5. Work table – a must! A baby isn’t able to sit on a bench and color but a little child loves being creative so give them space to do so in their room on a little table, mine is from Bloomingville. I have two benches for this table but the other one stays in the guest room with plants on it for now, but when he’s friends come by and they all want to sit at the table, I can pull the second bench out and they can go at it. He also loves that he can pick up the bench and move it around his room. He likes to move it below his window so he can peek outside throughout the day.
  6. New rugs for playing. I picked up a flat weave rug so he can race his cars on it and also be comfortable since the floors are hardwood, but I also exchanged the fluffy flokati rug I had in his nursery for a flat surface, but still cozy to sit and place legos on. You can’t play legos on a deep, fluffy rug! I imagine I’ll change the rug again in a year or two, but this one was under 100 Euros and can go into another room in my home or I can give it away to a friend.
  7. Flexible dresser/changing table top. I was THRILLED that I ordered a changing table/dresser combo from Oliver Furniture before he was born because the changing surface came off easily and now he still has the lovely white dresser that he’s had for over three years now. I lost the handles though (I took them out when he was crawling and emptying out the drawers constantly) and haven’t found them since so now I am looking for new pulls. But other than that, the dresser is still in beautiful condition and we really love it. He can keep this dresser for years and years, and it’s wood so we can paint it black when he goes through his teen angst years or whatever. ha ha!
  8. Restyle things. Move stuff around and add in new things that your child loves and plays with. Don’t be afraid to move out the baby stuff – even if you can’t part with it yet, store things someplace until you are ready to pass them on to another child or maybe your own next child! I switched around things on his bookcase and on the shelves over his dresser that paint of a picture of his life today.

8 Ways To Transform Nursery to Kid's Room

Updated bedding

8 Ways To Transform Nursery to Kid's RoomNew curtains, table and chairs

8 Ways To Transform Nursery to Kid's Room

Updated art above bookcase

8 Ways To Transform Nursery to Kid's Room

8 Ways To Transform Nursery to Kid's Room

Updated rugs, new bed, new laundry basket, new lamp

8 Ways To Transform Nursery to Kid's Room

His shelves now have more personal things inside included his wrist band from his birth, birthday candles, gifts from friends, things I’ve made, his belly button clamp from infancy, etc.

8 Ways To Transform Nursery to Kid's Room

Now for a little shopping list!

Also, you can shop more of my favorite things for kids at Bitte where I have my very own shopping page set up.

Thank you so much Oliver Furniture for donating the beautiful bed and to Bloomingville for the table and bench – and to all of my readers, if there is anything I’ve missed, please let me know. I’m so happy that I could share this space with all of you today – it makes me so proud and is truly one of the happiest rooms in my home.

Holly

(Photography: Holly Becker for decor8)






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My Urban Kitchen + The Stelton Emma Pitcher

May 24, 2017

Hello friends! Do you want to see a room in my house that I never, ever show? MY KITCHEN. And even now, I’m just giving you a behind-the-curtains peek. Maybe I’ll show more on my Instagram soon… But for now, this is my blue, Nordic-inspired, kitchen. And the best part? I’ve filled it with things that I love like the new Emma Pitcher from Stelton along with their glasses and concave vases, all linked at the bottom of this post.

My Urban Kitchen + The Stelton Emma Pitcher

I love combining budget pieces with nicer, well-made ones to create a space that works for me and my family. Take for instance my kitchen. I have affordable cabinets from a big box store, a custom counter from a local kitchen store, inexpensive shelves and paint on the walls from a very exclusive paint brand. I think the paint was more expensive than the countertop! And the countertop was more expensive than the shelves. While it may seem my priorities are whack, I know what I want. I can get white cabinets from anywhere but I can’t always find the perfect paint color that speaks to my heart. My heart leads when I’m decorating, always.

Maybe you are the same? Even when it comes to my wallet, I don’t mind spending a little more on things that make me happy, even if it means saving up for them. That is why my next investment will be a home that I own so I can build the kitchen of my dreams. Fingers crossed. But until that day, I take pride in what I have and make my urban rental my own. One way I do this is to only purchase what I plan to use and love, but also things that I can see loving a year or two from now. I’m trying hard to be less wasteful when it comes to everything in my life, especially with material possessions. I don’t need 20 bottles of perfume and 200 vases stored in my home, do I? But I do need functional objects in my kitchen that I use each day and enjoy, and if they are not cheap, even better – because then I will keep them for longer and they won’t break and end up in the trash can.

My Urban Kitchen + The Stelton Emma Pitcher

This is why I love Danish design and always go back to it, even after periods when I get a little tired of seeing it, I return again and again. It seems the Danes have a keen eye for detail, beauty, all things natural, craftsmanship, simplicity, and functional.

If you’ve not heard of Copenhagen-based brand Stelton, then you have to check out their website and see for yourself how right the Danish do it. I have many Stelton products in my kitchen and enjoy them year after year. I given Stelton as gifts to friends for special occasions, my friend who recently bought her first home was gifted a copper Stelton copper EM77, for instance. I know she will love it for many years and use it. I know it won’t break in a month or even a year from now.

If you notice in this post, you will see my current favorite product from them – the Stelton Emma Pitcher. It was designed by Sebastian Holmbäck and Ulrik Nordentoft, who met while attending the Danish Design School. A decade after school, they founded their own design studio, HolmbäckNordentoft, and collaborated with Stelton to create products like the Emma Pitcher, available in gray and blue. The Emma Pitcher has a 50s Danish vibe but incorporates modern materials like stainless steel and a coated beechwood handle. I love how these designers have made this classic design fresh and new.

When I use the Pitcher at home, I like to place the optional top on it (made for refrigerator-use) and store herb-infused or fruit-infused water. My goal is to drink one pitcher per day now that I have Emma in my life. Today, I have mint in my water with some fresh ginger and lemon. Tomorrow, I may opt for raspberries and mint. This Pitcher if perfect for me to meet my goal to drink more water each day.

My Urban Kitchen + The Stelton Emma Pitcher

My Urban Kitchen + The Stelton Emma Pitcher

You can see in my kitchen, complete with my generic inexpensive cabinets, what happens when you mix in well-crafted and beautiful things to your interiors like Stelton products, the overall look goes from budget to personal and even a bit classy. Plus, these iconic brands make an impression on you and your guests each time you use them. They just feel better. People notice them when they visit, and you can tell them a little about them. In some ways, it’s the difference between owning a fancy car and very inexpensive, no-frills car – the fancy car gives you a lot more to talk about – not brag, just to discuss. I like that about owning nice things.

My Urban Kitchen + The Stelton Emma Pitcher

It’s not about showing off, because my friends know me better than that anyway… But it is about showing that you care about having a few good pieces because they make you happy to just own them and share them with guests, too. I also like having some things that not everyone else has. If it sounds pretentious, well fair enough. But being pretentious is to pretend you have something better than you really do. But if you DO have good things and you’re not pretending, then you are not pretentious are you? You just like what you like and quality, long-lasting pieces come with a price. They don’t have to be expensive, but they also won’t be from the dollar store. The older I get, the more I require good products in my life. I don’t want to be surrounded by things that break easily or end up in the trash in six months. Quality over quantity wins.

My Urban Kitchen + The Stelton Emma Pitcher

 Shown above from Stelton:

On my wishlist from Stelton:

More glasses because 4 isn’t enough, a press coffee maker and the coffee grinder – would love to start making coffee at home like this vs. using the Nepresso.

For a limited time, you can WIN the #EmmaPitcher by signing up for the Stelton newsletter here (wait for the pop-up in the lower right).

I hope you have enjoyed seeing a view of my kitchen and these products that I love so much.

Psst: Need some Kitchen inspiration? Here you go: IKEA Kitchen Hack, 8 Design Tips For a Modern Country Kitchen, A Kitchen I Designed At IMM Cologne.

(Note: This post has been sponsored by Stelton, a friend of mine for several years who is very supportive of decor8 and the work that I do. It’s through occasional sponsors like Stelton that I can keep working full-time in a creative profession that I love, support my family, and keep decor8 ad-free. All opinions expressed in this post are my own. I only review what I own, use and love.)






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8 Design Tips For The Perfect Modern Country Kitchen

March 15, 2017

All I have been thinking about for the past several months now are kitchens and bathrooms! What is your current design obsession? I came across the Park Kitchen Nottingham by DeVOL today, so very English I think, and I simply MUST how you some of the details because it’s like one of those kitchens that you imagine having if you took a place in the country in addition to your city apartment. I decided to put together a little 8 step guide to creating a modern country kitchen like this one.

8 Design Tips For The Perfect Modern Country Kitchen

1. Lighting from a different era and style. I LOVE this. When I see a kitchen like this, I expect the typical overhead lighting that is generally used to complete the look – something country, for instance. This feels very modern, classy and definitely very early turn of the century. You’d imagine this in a sleek New York City penthouse in the 1930s for instance, not in an English country home. It’s a great contrast. The understated oragami-like pendant above the sink is also very unexpected in a country kitchen but it’s definitely working! It’s modern and the form is just lovely.

8 Design Tips For The Perfect Modern Country Kitchen

2. Naked windows. If you don’t worry about people looking in on you at night while washing dishes, keep the windows naked and fabric-free. If you must add a little something, opt for a barely there white shade that you can just roll down in the evening. Less is more, and if you want lots of light in your kitchen, naked windows are the way to go. I have white Plissé shades and will never go back to roman blinds or anything else in my kitchen. Plissé shades are amazing.

8 Design Tips For The Perfect Modern Country Kitchen

3. Retro minimalist touches. I love the retro touches – the radio on the countertop and the smeg – perfect. You don’t need to go for an American diner look or cheese it up when it comes to retro hints. Keep them very spare but there. This smeg is honestly gorgeous in the space.

8 Design Tips For The Perfect Modern Country Kitchen

4. Hardware that doesn’t look like a kitchen anymore. These handles look like something from your bedroom cupboard, right? They give this kitchen such a cozy and warm vibe, not clinical or typical kitchen with sleek this and sleek that. Warm brass hardware dresses the space up without making it glamourous. I also like these types of handles in a kitchen because of the way they age over time, brass is beautiful like that – such character.

8 Design Tips For The Perfect Modern Country Kitchen

5. Mix of work surfaces. I spot some hardwood on the island and marble on the countertops. This is a nice mix because if the island was also marble, the kitchen would look more sleek and modern. If the countertops had been all wood like the island, the gray cabinetry wouldn’t have stood out as crisp and fresh. This mix works. Plus, on a center island, a wooden prep space in a family kitchen is so nice because you can really roll out cookie dough and get to work!

8 Design Tips For The Perfect Modern Country Kitchen

6. Simple open shelving. I like how this shelf isn’t loaded with visual noise like product packaging and things to read. Instead, it’s simple and clear – glassware, ceramics, a few sprigs of flowers, a wooden cutting board. Sure, you can drink from the glasses and use the cutting board, but it’s more of a beautiful display area in my opinion. If you have enough storage below the countertops, who needs cabinetry on all of the walls in the kitchen?

8 Design Tips For The Perfect Modern Country Kitchen

7. Glass top dining table. In this room, I love the table the most not only because it looks vintage, but because it has a glass top which is not so common these days AND because I love how it reflects all of the natural light from the bright and sunny kitchen. Wood would have absorbed all of that light and the dining space wouldn’t be nearly as vibrant. Such a great trick when you have a large room and you need to balance the light and the window sources aren’t available to do it for you naturally – add glass and/or mirrored surfaces.

8 Design Tips For The Perfect Modern Country Kitchen

8. Nearby storage. I LOVE this massive cabinet in the dining room that joins the kitchen. Oh goodness, it makes me so happy. It’s very robust but also so simple looking that you barely notice it. But look at what it holds inside…

8 Design Tips For The Perfect Modern Country Kitchen

8 Design Tips For The Perfect Modern Country Kitchen

What a gorgeous space! This is a little fantasy of mine now for many years – a country home with a lovely kitchen in perhaps this gray, shaker style. This kitchen is by deVOL and is absolutely stunning and indeed fits my happy country life fantasy very well.

Photography: deVOL






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8 Ways To Decorate Your Bedside Table

February 27, 2017

Last year, Etsy launched a campaign called #DifferenceMakesUs in celebration of the personal, sweet differences that makes us all so unique and which serves to unite us.
I like how they sum it up, “Difference makes us. Life is beautiful, not because of our similarities, but because of our differences. It’s our mission to celebrate those differences.” So true! Part of the celebration of this campaign is how our bedside table looks since Etsy believes every personality has a quite unique style, different accessories, lighting, etc. which shows the taste and lifestyle of the person who sleeps in that space. No two bedside tables are alike, even in a shared bed – my husband has different things on his bedside table – right down to his lamp!

8 Ways To Decorate Your Bedside Table

Etsy asked me if I wanted to show my bedside table so I agreed and so, here it it is. BUT. They asked me to shop Etsy for some items that I thought could be used to spruce it up and then, they’d offer ALL of the products in a contest on their Instagram (you can enter on Instagram.com/etsyde or @etsyde from your app) for one lucky winner. This is a value of €275.00 (not including what you would have paid for shipping) AND you get a bonus of 3 extra cups NOT shown on my bedside table. What???? Yup. You heard me right!

What did I pick from Etsy?

1. Ceramic black and white vase from 1220 Ceramics Studio (€34.06)
2. 4 Cups from 1220 Ceramics Studio (I use one for tea, the others are in the kitchen on my shelf, €66.18)
3. Ceramic flowers (3) from Lysa Creation Design on the wall near my prints and the handprints of my son (€80)
4. Candle that smells like leather and wood from Kaoriko Paris, Portofino in Copper with Soy Wax (€45)
5. Concrete Tray from Trend Bolt (sorry, cup wasn’t included in shipment, €49)

8 Ways To Decorate Your Bedside Table

8 Ways To Decorate Your Bedside Table

8 Ways To Decorate Your Bedside Table

8 Ways To Decorate Your Bedside Table:

  1. Use any table, chair, bench, dresser… Anything you like that looks good next to your bed and is not too high. Test first by laying in bed and reach over to the table to see if it’s too high. If you have to stretch too high or if it’s not feeling practical in any way, it’s not the right table.
  2. What are your storage needs? I don’t need much near my bed, a few private things and a few books. So the private things are in the box on my bedside table (beneath the lamp) and the basket below is where I store other things by mainly books and magazines.
  3. Take the decor up from the table to the wall. I like to create something that flows down from the wall to the table. Some people like to hang art work directly above their bedside table OR hang a pendant or a wall light. I always feel like there needs to be a little something above the bedside table, even if not DIRECTLY above it. Makes the bedroom feel more cozy.
  4. Flowers. Always. They don’t have to be expensive. Or a plant. Also a beautiful, natural piece to add to a bedside table. I love flowers because I can change them often enough to give the bedside table a new look. Tulips, daffodils, sprigs of eucalyptus, pussy willows, roses – the entire look changes with the addition of different flowers.
  5. Vase. I have to have a vase for the flowers! I also like to keep it empty sometimes because this vase is pretty enough to stand on it’s own.
  6. Lamp. A good lamp to read by, I like the wooden one I have… But also I like that it’s not a typical-looking bedside table lamp with a big shade and ceramic base. It’s fun to have something quirky in a bedroom that you may expect on a work desk or credenza, for instance. There are no rules, as long as the light shines in the right spot for reading and fits your style.
  7. Candle. Always a scented candle. In the winter, I like wood and leather or something that smells like a fresh walk in a snowy forest. In summer, I go with Grapefruit or Rose, or something more sensual. Candlelight is relaxing and romantic, too.
  8. Tray. I love a tray to catch things like a pen, bookmark, remote control (if you have a TV in your room, we do not), wireless speaker remote (which we do have), etc.

8 Ways To Decorate Your Bedside Table

Items also shown, not from Etsy include:

1. White Rectangle Table is from Bloomingville (It’s a kids table but I use it for my bedside since the height and width are perfect)
2. Basket beneath for books and magazines from Bitte
3. Wall art (except hand prints) from Minted.com
4. Wood Lamp from Muuto
5. Chelsea Bed from Fashion For Home
6. Velvet quilt from Pine Cone Hill
7. Large Euro cushion from Pine Come Hill
8. Paper box “Joe” on table from Atelier Sukha.

See this photo below? You will win ALL THIS STUFF if you go to the ETSY GERMANY Instagram and enter under the #DifferenceMakesUs photo (details and rules are there – we decided to move the contest from my IG over to Etsy so sorry for the confusion!).

Thank you Etsy for including me in this fun campaign!

(Photography/Styling: Holly Becker)






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