Amazon Launches 2 Furniture Lines

Amazon quietly launched 2 furniture lines and they are absolutely amazing!

Remember when Ikea had cornered the market on affordable and chic furniture? Then Target threw their hat in the ring with Project 62 and Hearth & Hand to satisfy all of our mid century modern and farmhouse design cravings. Well, Amazon’s new furniture lines are set to give both companies a run for their money. Stone & Beam, a farmhouse modern furniture line, is exclusively available through Amazon, as is the totally chic mid century modern furniture line, Rivet. Check out the stunning pictures below!

Target Launches Project 62 and It is Amazingtastic

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I’ve recently been obsessed with mid century modern furniture and home decor. To be honest, while I still love the whole Scandinavian minimalist style, I’m finding more and more that when you have kids and pets, you can’t have nice things. Okay, you can have nice things so long as they are functional, hard to break, and easy to clean. I find myself constantly replacing a lot of damaged or dingy things around the house. No bueno. That’s why I’m completely over the moon for this new home decor line from Target. Project 62 is the perfect marriage of form, function, and affordability. Seriously, this line speaks for itself. Check out the pics below and enjoy free shipping on purchases of $35 or more!

Washington, DC Inspiration

This is going to be a quick post. I’m totally exhausted from traveling! I just got back from a weekend trip to DC. When I travel I always look for design inspiration for my fixer upper projects back home. It’s always cool to see how different places use their surroundings to inform the way spaces are designed.

St. Patrick's Catholic Church DC

I was down in DC for a close friend’s wedding. It’s certainly not the first time I’ve been to DC, but it was the first time that I paid more attention to architecture and design. There are tons of similarities between Northeast cities. I feel like if you’ve seen one brownstone, you’ve seen them all. Sometimes you gotta do a double take. In fact, I was staying in the Penn Quarter section of DC, and happened upon a Carmine’s location! It looks like a smaller version of the Upper West Side location.

Carmine's DC

The one glaring difference between DC and other Northeast cities was the bold color choices I saw on the exteriors of a lot of brownstones.

Colorful Brownstones

Colorful Brownstones 2

Even the interiors of the buildings had bold colors and crazy designs.

Coffee Shop Interior

Hotel Hallway

There was certainly a ton of eclectic mid century modern design where I was in DC. I’m not a big fan of that so much, but it did fit the city really well. it almost made me love that style of design.