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smoothie essential: take it to go

Having recently jumped on the ‘smoothie’ bandwagon, I think these travel drinking glasses are going to become my newest obsession. They are dishwasher safe and you can purchase white lids to go with them, making it easy to take any drink with you. Read on to learn more about these trendy tumblers.

 

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editor’s pick: ace & jig for anthropologie

Anthropologie just launched a home goods collection with Brooklyn-based Ace & Jig by designers Cary Vaughan and Jenna Wilson (I posted its table runner in last Friday’s Decor vs. Fashion post), one of my favourite clothing brands. It’s easy to live in its comfortable printed dresses. Although the pieces are a bit of a splurge, they’re the clothes that you’ll reach for when you’d like to feel both comfortable and pretty. I imagine that the home goods collection will have the same effect in your rooms.

AceJig editors pick: ace & jig for anthropologie

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a beautiful way to stay organized in 2015

Is staying organized one of your 2015 goals? I feel like I’d be better at keeping my days straight if my calendar was as pretty as this one! Read on to find out where this work of art is from.

JulieSongInk1 a beautiful way to stay organized in 2015

all images via. Julie Song

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Craving sunshine? This Canadian design studio will brighten spirits

Late last year, I met an artisan whose craft I instantly admired. She’s a Toronto-based textile designer and her brightly-coloured prints are the perfect remedy for those of us coping with outside temps in the negative double digits. So if you’re like me and would rather dream of sunshine than surrender to the cold, slip on your sunnies and take a peek at these super stunning products by Senay Studio:

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decor vs. fashion: ace & jig table runner or scarf?

I’m in love with Brooklyn-based clothing brand Ace & Jig. Everything its designers (Cary Vaughan and Jenna Wilson) produce is just so beautiful. Even better, the duo designs their own textiles, which are loom-woven and hand-dyed in India, and boast pretty bohemian patterns and rich, exotic colours. Needless to say, I’m thrilled that Anthropologie now carries a collection of home goods from Ace & Jig, including a toss cushion, quilt and the loveliest table runners.

For this week’s Decor vs. Fashion, which would you choose: An Ace & Jig table runner or scarf?

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weekend project: tidying up with marie kondo

Have you heard of Japanese tidying consultant Marie Kondo? She believes that decluttering your home will change your life. While there was once a three-month waiting list for her services (she’s now focusing on training others in her approach), you can tidy your whole home using her “KonMarie” method thanks to her bestselling book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up.

MarieKondoBook weekend project: tidying up with marie kondo

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kate spade saturday + west elm are a match made in heaven

Like peanut butter and chocolate, some things are just meant to go together. So when two of my favourite brands, West Elm and Kate Spade Saturday, announced their new partnership, I went a little weak in the knees. Talk about a match made in heaven. Kate Spade Saturday is bringing a dose of chill weekend whimsy to West Elm’s contemporary furniture collection. The new line features furniture, bedding, rugs and accessories, all in Kate Spade’s signature look – bold, bright hues and playful patterns.

Here are a few of the items in the collection that caught my eye:

kate spade saturday west elm duvet kate spade saturday + west elm are a match made in heaven Kate Spade Saturday Floral Duvet Cover + Shams – Habanero
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go big or go home

Talk about tall! Ranging in height (the tallest being 30.5″ high!), these pyramid candle holders would bring a fun dose of drama to any space. Use them together as a trio on a coffee table, or showcase a couple of the smaller sticks grouped on your living room mantel. Read on to learn more about these stunners.

 

stilt candleholders go big or go home

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closing down the holidays

Are you one of those people that tears down Christmas decorations right after the ‘big day’? Is your tree (and its falling needles) now driving you crazy? If yes, check out these great storage boxes with 12 compartments – perfect to store your ornaments away safe and sound till 2015.

 

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editor’s pick: xmas gift wrap

To anyone out there who has braved the malls in the last few weeks, I think we can all agree it’s a jungle out there. In the spirit of the season, for this year’s roundup of pressies, I’ve chosen a wrapping paper that’s representative of the wild experience of gift buying as well as of the festive season. This gift wrap from The Container Store, aptly called Wild Animals Gold Foil, brings a hit of the unexpected to my offerings that I love. I paired it with a traditional red and green ribbon and didn’t hold back on the bow (go big or go home). Okay, one gift down — just a list-full more to go!

photo 12 editors pick: xmas gift wrap

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