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Aug 23, 2013

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At Home


I must admit that home decor and interior design are not passions of mine even though I do appreciate a beautiful home and all the work that goes into creating a lovely space. We moved in to our new apartment in the Upper West Side a little over a month ago and we've done a whole lot of organizing and rearranging furniture but not a lot of purchases have been made. I always get nervous when spending a lot of $$$ on trendy pieces or pieces that I know are tailored for a small NYC apartment. We won't be living in that apartment for more than a couple of years so it's hard to argue that spending upwards of 2K on a couch or headboard is a good investment. However, I know we need to bite the bullet and make some changes around the home. I'm thinking about starting with smaller details (a few side tables, chairs, and art) before really going into the nitty gritty of furniture shopping. These are just a few of the things that are sitting in my shopping cart and will be coming home with me in the next few weeks.

p.s. I've been naughty and even though I've gotten lots of requests for pictures of our home I still haven't done it. I promise to snap a few pictures of our home to post in the next week!

9 comments:

  1. What fabulous picks! I am all about home decor shopping and inspiration!

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  2. love these pieces, especially that sweet little elephant :)

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  3. I am in love with that adorable elephant bank. It's so cute!! And that mirrored side table is gorgeous.

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  4. love the chair and the mirror. I actually have a similar one. It is hard knowing what to invest in and what to live without. I think a good sofa always has room somewhere. I bought my first sofa for my first NYC apartment right out of college and I still have it today some years later. I reupholstered and it looks beautiful!

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  5. Fantastic collection.I love the Mirror.

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