rich and regal navy blue

 

Lately, I’m feeling blue, navy blue to be exact. It’s a new color for me to use at home. I usually tend to default to black, skipping most colors and staying true to neutrals. Maybe it’s because Spring is in the air or perhaps I’m craving color after being immersed in camel and black for so long. My first purchase? An upholstered bench from Restoration Hardware. It was surprisingly affordable and just the right size for the stair landing. It will sit just outside the master bedroom so I think I will incorporate the royal hue into our room. My only concern is that the bedding not look like it belongs in a boys room. Suggestions are welcome!

The Louis Bench

Restoration Hardware

The Bedding

Serena & Lily

the decorators tree

Now that our re-model is nearly complete I’m able to start of the fun part, decorating! Our living room is lacking in color and coziness. What better way to achieve both than to incorporate the infamous fiddle leaf fig tree? It’s been featured in Elle countless times and is having a run on my favorite decorating blogs. So while it may not be original, it’s tried and tested!

For my pair of trees I’ve bought two woven planters from Restoration Hardware. They just arrived today and are even more beautiful in person! I still have to pick up the trees so till then, my inspiration photos and planters.

 

French Woven Planters

my obsession…join me

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Junk & King is on pinterest!┬áIt reminds me of my past obsessions like coloring, paper dolls and re-arranging my cork board based on my mood (which in high school probably changed weekly if not daily). Pinterest is definitely more suitable to my “grown-up” self!