These "current favorites" posts are always the most enjoyable for me to write. I'm constantly obsessing over certain things, and I love sharing them with you. This month has so far been all about sticking to my resolutions and getting back on track after a lazy December, but I'm also still loving decor and, of course, jewelry!
New mirror, purchased from HomeGoods with a gift card from Christmas. I love the bronze/brown tile frame. Our living room wall is quite large, and this is the perfect piece to fill it.
The crystal sconce is also a HomeGoods find. It hangs next to our kitchen. The swirl design is a lovely accent to our neutral palette. Lately, my mom has been bringing me fresh flowers from her garden, and I love decorating with them to add more color and vibrancy to our little space.
This tray from Target sits on the ledge between the kitchen and living room, and it's great for candles, pictures, and other pretty treasures I want to display. The great thing about having a large decorative tray is that you can switch out the decor frequently to add a different look. Before the wedding picture, I had a glittery tree for Christmas.
While browsing Instagram the other night, I came across this jewelry line found on Etsy: Amarilo specializes in dainty, handmade pieces. I especially love her rings! I want to order this lovely oversized heart.
Lastly, I stumbled upon this quote and it's my style resolution for the year:
It's so easy to get caught up in the trends these days. One of the most unsatisfying feelings is having a closet full of clothes, but nothing to wear. How many boyfriends and husbands have heard us say that?! I think I do pretty well to make sure I don't buy impulsively, but once in awhile, it happens. I'd like to curtail this altogether, and simply focus on buying pieces I know I will love and wear to death. Even if something costs a bit more than I'd like to spend, as long as it's classic and well made, I think it'll be worth it in the long-run.
What are you loving this month? Have you made any style resolutions for the year?