Wednesday Weekly Wish List #137

Your weekly dose of new ideas, helpful hints, favorite items, and tidbits of wisdomfrom a trio of lifestyle bloggers who love to share! 

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Ann | On Sutton Place

1.) It’s not too late to get the February digital calendar wallpapers and screensavers. If you aren’t already on my email list, just click HERE to sign up. I send new calendars every month, and they are absolutely free to my subscribers. Check it out!

2.) We’ve had our current coffee table and end tables for almost 10 years, and I’m ready for a change! Here are my favorites so far:

3.) FAVORITE QUOTE: “You can’t afford anymore situations in your life that bring out the worst in you. It’s exhausting and requires too much for you to recover. You need calmness and gentleness in your life. Don’t entertain negativity and definitely don’t bring it. Choose inner peace over everything.” ~Found HERE.

4.) I wish I could bring you home tours like this one every week. I happened upon this home via another blog, and I fell in love with everything. The images are stunning, and it was a pleasure scrolling from beginning to end!

5.) MORE INSPIRATION: if you like lots of color against a neutral background, you will love this farmhouse, and this cozy coastal cottage welcomes you at the front door and transports you to the oceanside!

6.) I just found a couple of new Instagram accounts to follow that are wonderful, and give so generously of their knowledge. Katie McGinn, @urbantaproots, teaches you to garden + craft with nature, and Samantha Hansard, @vintagecuratorinteriors, is a lover of sustainable and vintage spaces. Lovely women, lovely content.


8.) I just shared over 40 easy and budget-friendly Valentine’s Day Ideas. It’s not too late to plan something special!

9.) RESHARE: I’m a sucker for an impressive charcuterie board, but this collection of charcuterie boards with a Valentine’s Day theme just made me smile. I think they’re wonderful. If you want to try your hand at making them yourself, this box would work great.

10.) That’s it for this week. If you are wishing for the day when you wake up and the sun is shining, know you are not alone. Hang in there!


I’ve been there. I know how you feel.
I can help.

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Yvonne | StoneGable

1. StoneGable’s first goal is to help readers break down interior design concepts into easy-to-understand, doable processes they can use repeatedly to decorate their homes. I’m passionate about this, friends! And January is Decorating School Month. This month, the blog is focused on offering decorating posts to help you be better and more confident decorators. Last week, I posted 4 helpful decorating posts: Foyer Table Decor: Easy Step-By-Step Styling Like A Pro8 Things You Should Know About ColorHow To Decorate With Baskets: Stylish And Useful Ideas and Use What You Have To Decorate Your Home. Hope you will take a look at them.

2. Amazon Finds: See this week’s favorites.

3. Spring Decor Sneak Peek: Now is the time to get beautiful spring decor!

Under $60:

Over $60:

4. Did You Miss This: I posted these Easy Heart Shaped Cinnamon Rolls a few weeks ago, but with Valentine’s Day just around the corner, I didn’t want you to miss them.

5. Beautiful Home And More: I love the Farmhouse On Boone YouTube channel. I admire Lisa for the simple and thoughtful way she lives. I’ve been making sourdough bread. Here’s a very easy recipe for making crackers out of sourdough discard. This classic home is beautiful! Interior Designer Lisa Holt has a must-see video about styles that are big in 2024. Very interesting.

6. Recipe Of The Week: Parmesan Crusted Cabbage Slices are my new favorite, YUM! Preheat the oven to 400 degrees and line two sheet pan with parchment paper. Cut a small cabbage into half-moon slices. Mix 4 1/2 cup Parmesan cheese, 4 TBS olive oil, and 1 1/2 cups Italian seasoning in a bowl. Divide evenly among the sheet pans, making flat half-moon shapes. Put a slice of cabbage on each Parmesan moon. Drizzle a little more oil on top of the cabbage and sprinkle with Italian seasoning. Bake for 16-19 minutes until the edges are crisp, flip and bake for another 10 minutes. Serve sprinkled with parsley and pepitas.

7. Fun And Interesting Facts: How long does the average person sit at a traffic light in their lifetime? How long did it take Leo Tolstoy to write War And Peace?

8. This And That: I have spring fever! Bad! Here are things to inspire you for spring. This account is full of small arrangements Here’s an account that teaches you how to watercolor flowers (I’m a little addicted). This video has good, basic info about feeding winter birds until spring. We saw juncos, bluebirds, cardinals, finches, chickadees, and some kind of woodpecker at our feeders last weekend.

9. Spring Capsule Wardrobe: this spring green-on-green shirt, this flowing block print blue and white dress (LOVE), this black and white dotted dress, love the colorful denim jackets, this pretty marble print 3/4 length sleeve top, and this celery green tunic top with pockets.

10. Get a head start on spring! Here are three easy spring wreaths to make for when you are ready to hang them on your front door: This forsythia wreath, this cherry blossom wreath, and this spring-inspired front door basket wreath.

Answer To #7: The average person sits at a traffic light for two weeks in their lifetime. It took Leo Tolstoy six years to finish War And Peace. Here’s a beautifully done mini-series of the book. It’s one of my favorites.

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Lory | Designthusiasm

1. Sometimes upgrading your home comes down to very simple and easy ideas. These 20 Quick Fixes to Upgrade the House You Live In borrows tips from home stagers to update the home you live in, with very little fuss.

2. AMAZON PICKS: here are this week’s favorites from Amazon.

3. THIS WEEK ON THE BLOG I looked at ways to add cheer to your winter home. Check out Create a Refreshing Ambiance with Home Fragrance, or enjoy these Valentine’s Decorations to Uplift Your Winter Home, and also Simple Romantic Decor Ideas for the Kitchen.




7. One of my most popular organizing posts of all time is how to Declutter Your Under Sink Cabinet. I also shared where and how we started when transforming our dining room. See it here: Refining an Existing Dining Room.

8. FASHION PICKS: Some transitional pieces to wear now and take yo right into spring – this striped sweater lady jacket, this elbow-length puff sleeve crepe button-up shirt, these high-rise flare dark wash jeans, and these comfy lug-sole horse bit loafers.

9. WHAT’S INSPIRING ME AROUND THE WEB: If you love patina and a mix of styles, you’ll love scrolling through this stunning home. My favorite homes mix modern conveniences with traditional warmth, as seen in this lovely home. While I still love my light and bright rooms, the drama of darks and lights is quite special in this beautiful home.

10. UP NEXT: Soften your home and make it more inviting.

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  1. Oh my! The converted Stable home was a treat! Those pups running everywhere was so sweet!

  2. Ann if you ever sell the grain sack hearts again I want to be on that list. I’m sure you would sell out fast. I have one of your linen pillow covers with a wood button from the beginning of your blog. Love it.

  3. Sue Daugherty says:

    Our local news station just issued a sunshine warning in case people forgot what that yellow thing in the sky is.It made us laugh. Hopefully tomorrow we will see it!

  4. Anne Marie Gorman says:

    I like the rustic wood and metal style coffee table the best. Simple.