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Cozy Decor :: Plaid Throws

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Colder weather is at our doorstep and that means one thing… it’s time to bundle up. Cozy plaid throws are a timeless favorite. The classic pattern is a great one for the winter months. I also love that throws are super easy to use either inside or out.

plaid throw // living room // jenni kayne

Want this cozy look too? Here are some plaid throw favorites I rounded up. . .

plaid throws // cozy blankets @simplifiedbee #plaid #throws

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one :: two :: three :: four :: five

*image sources – first via Camille Styles and second via My Domaine

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Read full story By on November 1, 2017 in Features, Get The Look, home accessories, Interiors, Living Room, outdoor living, pattern, tabletop, textiles, traditional

5 Favorites :: AERIN Collection for Williams Sonoma

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AERIN Collection for Williams Sonoma Home

Spring has sprung and so too has a new collection by Aerin Lauder for Williams Sonoma Home. The AERIN Collection is inspired by the Lauder’s iconic oceanfront home in Palm Beach and blurs the lines between indoor and out. From lighting to dinnerware, the AERIN Collection is beautifully elegant and effortlessly stylish. It was hard to narrow down, but here are my five favorites . . .

AERIN Collection for Williams Sonoma Home

product links:

1 ginger jar champange bucket // 2 link pitcher // 3 brass floral sculpture // 4 clarkson chandelier // 5  jute fringe linen pillow

get the look

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Read full story By on April 11, 2017 in 5 favorites, Features, furniture, lighting, outdoor living, spring, tabletop, throw pillows, Uncategorized

Decorating for Valentine’s Day

Do you decorate for Valentine’s Day? It’s okay, I do too. However, decorating for Valentine’s Day unlike Christmas or even Halloween, is more subtle. I keep it simple and don’t overdo it.

Today I’ve teamed up with the super creative folks at Minted to create a festive, yet fresh tablescape for cupid’s favorite holiday. As you’ll see – it’s not all about hearts & arrows – I’ve mixed in some none traditional prints such as the partridge table runner and modern stitch napkins to the mix – these patterns could be used year around which is a win-win. I also included red roses for a traditional touch and a double fudge chocolate cake for something sweet – a Valentine must! The bay window was the perfect place for garland & bunting to deliver a special “love you” message to family and friends.

Valentine's Day tablescape // @simplifiedbee

Valentine's Day tablescape // @simplifiedbee @mintedmodern table setting // Valentine's Day // @simplifiedbeeValentine's Day // Love Bunting BannerValentine's Day tablescape // @simplifiedbee #valentinesValentine's Day tablescape // @minted linens

Minted product links:

modern white cake stand // partridge table runner // modern stitch napkins // jute ribbon (for napkin rings & floral arrangement) // ombre love bunting banner (custom)// felt garland // love sticker (for napkin rings)

Now… can we just talk about how darn cute the Minted classroom Valentines for kids are?

cute kids' Valentine's Day cards // @simplifiedbee

My kids selected “You’re a llama fun!” and “I like the way you roll” Valentines for their friends. So cute and I love that they are personalized. Here are a few more Valentine favorites for the kiddos from Minted:

*disclaimer: this post was sponsored by Minted, however my opinions are mine own as always

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Read full story By on January 23, 2017 in baby and children, contemporary decor, Entertaining, flowers, food, Holiday, holiday decor, home accessories, simplified bee portfolio, stationary, tabletop, textiles, Valentine's Day

Scandinavian Christmas Style

Have you been busy decking the halls? Truth be told – I haven’t gone crazy this season. I’m not sure if my hesitation to go all out decorating for Christmas is because of all the hectic house construction over the last year or that my holiday style is changing. Over time I’ve been increasingly drawn to the simple style of the Scandinavian Christmas. The style embraces minimalist, rustic and natural elements that I’m loving this season. To show you, I’ve pulled some of my favorite images featuring this Nordic style – all found on my Holiday Decorating Ideas board on Pinterest (yes, still a go to place to organize images and inspiration).

scandinavian christmas tree // holiday decorcandles // scandinavian christmas decorDIY Felt Christmas Treeslayered gingerbread cake // holiday goodiesmini boxwood wreathssimple, natural christmas gift wrap

image links from top to bottom:

1 // 2 // 3 // 4 // 5 // 6

get the look

 

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Read full story By on December 12, 2016 in Christmas, DIY, Entertaining, food, Holiday, holiday decor, mid-century modern, pinterest, tabletop, Tips/Tricks, Uncategorized