Happy New Year! Hope your holidays were both fun and fabulous. Back to reality today and I'll have to admit I'm sooo ready.
Everyone's sharing their New Year's resolutions so I thought I'd weigh in here. Why not? Bare with me. I only have two:) and then we'll get to some decorating stuff.
My first resolution..
Pay more attention to the important things in life.
Years ago when I was working as a publisher of a magazine I was in NYC and was rushing to meet my boss across a crowded hotel lobby. I was running late for a very important meeting.
As I reached my boss he had a big smile on his face and said "Do you realize that you literally just bumped into Nelson Mandela"?
Whaaat? As I was racing across the lobby I bumped into an older gentlemen and stopped to say sorry and we made some small talk. And I went on my merry little way.
I had no idea I had just rubbed up against greatness.
I turned around and stared across the lobby. My boss was right. It wasn't until I stepped back and took in the whole scene did I realize what was going on. It was a life lesson. Sometimes we need to step back and survey the whole situation to realize what's important in life. (I have been thinking about this moment a lot since his passing).
Okay, onto number two --- more concrete and way less impressive.
Try to eat vegan-ish.
You are what you eat. End of story. I've been vegan in the past and I'm telling you I never felt better when I ate better. Eating real, unprocessed food gives you more energy and helps you think more clearly. If think clearer and have more energy, you have more time to notice the important things in life. See the connection??:)
Okay, moving onto a MUCH lighter subject.
Current room obsession. It's the color I'm in love with.
Feel free to discuss.
Have I shared with you that I have a full-on serious chair addiction?
My current chair loves include the below. I have access to them for very reasonable prices and am jumping at the bit to place them!! Anyone, anyone?
Thoughts????? Do you love as much as I do???
Last but not least...
Stylish for both your home and your wallet.
Lands End Bedding
I would buy the duvet only and zhush it up with:
White shams with navy trim, add a large fancy monogram and call it a day for a simple clean look...
Possibly Schumacher's chaing mai pillow or a rich velvet in an emerald green or hot pink... oh the possibilities!
I don't know but this could be fun!
Stumped on how to freshen up a room inexpensively....
Here's a hint .... black and white looks chic in ANY room.
Trust me on this.
Texture = absolute must.
Faux sheepskin pillow
Land of Nod
Table lamp from Land of Nod - yes you can add "children's items" to your grown up rooms!
Land of Nod
Thanks for reading!!! XOXO