NOW TRENDING: Round Mirrors

I know, I know... I was just going on and on about my love of round tables in the last post. Well, it's much of the same when it comes to round mirrors. They're everywhere; tying together enviable entry ways, upgrading mantles and creating the quaintest of bathrooms.  Checkout some perfect uses of the round mirror below:

photo c/o Amber Interiors

photo c/o Amber Interiors

photo c/o Amber Interiors

photo c/o Amber Interiors

photo c/o @erinfetherson & @onekingslane

photo c/o @erinfetherson & @onekingslane

photo c/o @mrorlandosoria & @homepolish

photo c/o @mrorlandosoria & @homepolish

photo c/o @mrorlandosoria & @homepolish

photo c/o @mrorlandosoria & @homepolish

photo c/o @jlgarvin

photo c/o @jlgarvin

photo c/o @mydomaine

photo c/o @mydomaine

photo c/o @lonnymag

photo c/o @lonnymag

Photo c/o Rita Chan Interiors

Photo c/o Rita Chan Interiors

And here are some pieces currently available to GET THE LOOK yourself:

Clockwise from top left: Target Round Brass Mirror  // CB2 Victor Leather Mirror // West Elm Floating Round Wood Mirror  // World Market Brass Metal Loop Mirror

BEST OF: IKEA 2016 CATALOG

The 2016 IKEA catalog arrived a couple weeks ago and there's lots to be excited about, primarily the soon-to-be released SINNERLIG and SITTNING collections!!

Available October 2015, SINNERLIG by Ilse Crawford is a gorgeous collection of neutral furnishings made from sustainable materials.  My favorites are the woven bench, cork stool and all the beautiful dark ceramics:

Similarly impressive, the SITTNING collection is a line of serveware made from natural materials (stone, acacia, glass and cotton) and is available for a limited time come September 2015.  At a price point of $4.99 each, I might hoard myself a large batch of these pretty stone tea-light holders. 

And while we're at it, below is a good sampling of the IKEA pieces I've coveted over the past few years (links included):

Images gathered from IKEA.com & Pinterest

HANDS DOWN: Favorite Styling Pieces.

Like many of the items on my wish list, I first saw these cool hands on Emily Henderson's Blog:

I've been on the hunt ever since and scored two great wooden hands in Cuba this year, both of which are in constant styling rotation throughout the house.  I have a third one from Brazil, however (given it's height), it's been harder to style. Hopefully, I'll find the perfect place soon.

I'm not satisfied with having just three, so I've scoured the interwebs to find the best of options out there... from the more opulent Kelly Wearstler pieces to some cheaper alternatives.  Sadly, great wooden ones are hard to come by.  If I was smart, I would have packed a suitcase full of them in Cuba.  In the meantime, I will keep my eye out at the flea markets!!

NOW TRENDING: Ring Cones

Ring cones are giving traditional trinket dishes a run for their money when it comes to jewelery display.  Here's a round up of my favorites, including some homemade options from ETSY:

And, if you like the look, but are all set on jewelry storage, Anthropologie makes this Tipsy Paperweight (on sale now):