If any of you ever visit Portland (which I highly reccomend!), you must stop by Rejuvenation. It rivals Jayson Home & Garden and has the best mix of the old and new. It seems to get better and better ever year and because there is a large section full of “picked” goods, you never know what you might find.
I’m going to stop typing and just show you the goods…
I promise you, Rejuvenation is even better in person. It has something for every design style in the book and its items are quality, with a capital Q. To visit Rejuvenation’s online store, click here. Happy weekend to you!
Okay. Another West Elm post for you. Please don’t roll your eyes! I couldn’t put the catalog down and had to share more with you. I mean, isn’t this the perfect end table?
Niche Nightstand – $199.00
And heck, I don’t even have a dog and I think these little dessert plates are so darn cute.
Dog Rectangle Dessert Plates – $24.00
And I’m in love with anything Ikat, so these curtains were an easy pick.
Ikat Ogee Linen Window panel – $59.00 – $74.00
Okay, enough West Elm. I’ll stop with the photos. Tomorrow I’ll be sharing dozens of Rejuvenation images with you - get ready to swoon!
It’s already time to think about Fall. I’m in denial that’s the case, because here in Oregon, summer just started a few weeks ago. No joke.
Anyway, I musy say, out of all the Fall catalogs and lines I have taken a peek at, I’m pleasantly surprised by West Elm. I’ve always been a fan, don’t get me wrong, but in the past they’ve sometimes been a little too modern for our 1920′s bungalow. With that said, I feel like West Elm’s Fall items are really approachable, inviting, and beautiful.
Here are a few of my favs…
Zebra Pillow Cover – $39.00
Wood and Resin Boxes – $14.00 – $22.00
Martini Side Table – $129.00
Zig Zag Rug – $39.00 – $649.00
Carved Circles Bedding – $19.00 – $99.00
Weathered Wood Spheres – $19.00 – $34.00
You all know I’m a big fan of sewing my own pillow covers, but honestly, I might have to splurge on a cover at West Elm this Fall. They are so pretty and just happen to be the same color scheme as my living room. Too good to be true? Hopefully not….
Kyle and I visited one of our favorite stores on Saturday – Rejuvenation. As I reported last week, they were having quite the sale this weekend and I was hopeful we’d come home with a fun find or two.
And, I’m happy to report we picked up two of these funky pendants…
The good news? We picked up both light fixtures for $40.00! The wiring/electrical is as good as new, and I love that there were TWO of them. I feel like stumbling across a pair of old lights is rare (one always seems to get lost or forgotten).
The bad news? One fixture is missing a piece of glass. It must have cracked somewhere along the way, and now it’s our job to replace it. Anyone have any brilliant ideas? Or better yet, how much might it cost to have a piece of glass made for this fixture?
I thought about taking out all of the glass pieces, but I don’t think I’m ready to take that leap yet. As for where these lights will go, I am hoping to put them in our dining room, above our table. They are quite large (nearly 2 feet tall) but I am thinking they’ll still work well in the room. We’ll also need to install a new junction box in the ceiling before we even think about hanging the lights…there’s always something, isn’t there?
Last but not least, I took dozens and dozens of photos at Rejuvenation (even with these two lanterns in tow) and I’ll be posting a loooooong blog on this wonderful store later this week!