Light Wood Dresser Round-Up

Over here on the hunt for the perfect light wood dresser for the baby room. I thought I had found it in the Morris Dresser from Urban Outfitters. It’s the perfect size for a changing pad, modern lines, light wood color and the price is right. It was the first piece I pulled the trigger on for the nursery and it arrived broken. I also ended up thinking the color was more yellow than I liked, so I decided to return and restart my search. This wood tone is definitely trending, but it is not out there in a big way, especially in real wood furniture. You see this tone a lot in cheap MDF furniture. The tone compliments neutral color palettes not only for nurseries, but I could absolutely see it in a California modern guest or even master. For the room I’m working on, I haven’t made any official decision, but I am leaning toward the Nash from West Elm.

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Modrn At Walmart!

You guys will not believe these pieces are from Walmart! They introduced a new collection called Modrn and they really really stepped up their game with this one. Some of these images rival CB2! I cannot attest to the quality, but dang, I would love to get my hands on these pieces and try them out in person! Scroll down to see my favorite picks from the collection.

Modrn at Walmart
Modrn at Walmart
Modrn at Walmart

Modrn at Walmart

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Cane Furniture Round-Up

The cane furniture trend has been floating around the internet for a while now, and I am still totally here for it. Last spring I found my gateway drug on Craigslist, a set of classic Breuer chairs. I love the California, Australian surf shack vibes this look gives. Today I have rounded up for you 9 storage pieces with cane details. These pieces can be used as a bar, side board, media stand and more! I am excited to use one of these pieces in the next project I’m planning to tackle.

Cane Media Storage

Cane Furniture Round-up

1 - Urban Outfitters / 2 - Target / 3 - Danish Design Store / 4 - Worlds Away / 5 - Pamona / 6 - Crate & Barrel / 7 - Target / 8 - Urban Outfitters / 9 - Zin Home

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Interior Trends // Curved Sofas

Last week Goop launched their collaboration with CB2, and it is so dang pretty! I am especially attracted to the perfectly architectural and feminine curved sofa. It’s not the first time that Goop has brought an underground trend to the mainstream, and this time it was the curved sofa. I’ve been seeing this trend out there via high-end, modern designers, but until it wasn’t until I saw the CB2 sofa that the trend was really brought to light for me. After I took to Pinterest to find more images, my lukewarm feelings for this piece of furniture became red hot!

The curved sofa harkens back to vintage styling of the 50’s and 60’s. The Italians seemed particularly found of this shape, as well as American mid-century modern designer, Vladimir Kagan. There are many vintage options out there, but they come with a hefty price tag. There are also numerous modern versions popping up, you can shop my picks below. Whether vintage or new, velvet is the fabric of choice for this statement piece.

Curved Sofa
Curved Sofa
Trend Alert: Curved Sofa
Curved Sofa Trend
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Right Now I'm Loving: Platform Sofas

I have been loving these simple platform sofas for a while, I was even planning to attempt to make a version (since been put on the back burner). The juxtaposition of the hard, wood frame with the comfy cozy cushions is both modern and relaxed. This sofa is the equivalent of the effortless cool girl.

Platform Sofa
Platform Sofa
Plywood platform bed
Pop & Scott Platform sofa
Pop & Scott House
Platform Sofa
platform sofa

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