fab friday.

ah, finally fab friday…took long enough, didn’t it? today i’m gathering up some sweet things on my own “it list”. there’s some changes being made around the old homestead. i’m a tad bored of this decor already and am in need of some pops of color — like these sweet little vases from pigeon toe ceramics. and there’s a few other things i’ve had my eye on, so here you go!

big, no huge, on my list is a dwarf citrus tree. i’ve been hankering for a kumquat or orange tree; i love this retro-inspired rattan lounge chair from urban outfitters; i’ve been gathering up cute vintage tins of late (great for stashing not-so-pretty dog treats!) and i like this one from soviet vintage; love these xoxo black metal hanging letters from lack luster co.; i’d be thrilled to have this balloons print by youngna park, from 20×200; and i wish duane dalton would make this into a poster, ‘cuz i’d swoop it up and hang it for sure; i wouldn’t mind having fine little day’s up cutting board; and i find this runner from abc carpet & home so very pretty!

i’m really drawn to this look of open shelving for my living room via skona hem, and i think the paxton well shelves from west elm could do the trick; and this set of leather bound books, the Anthology Of The World’s Best Poems from dovie moon would look nice staked up there with these bird and lattice bookends; and the leather butterfly chair from urban outfitters would perfectly complete the look!

i saw this loosely slipcovered sofa at merci in paris, and i can’t get it out of my mind…this one at z gallerie is a close second. i’ll dress it up with some cushions like this suzani pillow from material recovery; and perhaps this one from sukan.

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3 Responses to “fab friday.”
  1. Ambyr says:

    I love all the orange!

    Happy Friday
    xoxo
    http://www.thewrittenrunway.com

  2. Jennifer says:

    Love the post Victoria! Super cute! Loving the butterfly chair!

    Happy Friday to you,
    Jennifer

  3. Lee says:

    LOVE Pigeon Toe! And thank you for introducing me to Duane Dalton. Now, how can we get him to make his work into posters!

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