Wednesday Weekly Wish List #138

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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Lory | Designthusiasm

1. Here’s a sneak peek at the ALL NEW Spring Decor Shop!! Find 8 decor categories with top trends and classics alike. New pieces are added each week!

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

3. THIS WEEK ON THE BLOG I shared How to Soften Your Home and Make It More Inviting, these kitchen organization tips with Pretty Ways to Keep Your Counters Clear, and how to Transform Your Bedroom with an Upholstered Headboard.




7. WHAT’S ELSE IS NEW? Check out these 50 Ideas for Celebrating Valentines Day at Home and this table created with Vintage Dishes and a Dough Bowl Centerpiece.

8. FAVE PRODUCT: I think I’ve shared this before, but it’s so truly incredible, I’m mentioning it again. How many times have you heard about expensive creams and wondered if they really work? This body moisturizer makes a marked difference in how your skin feels within days. I’ve never had a body moisturizer that made this much of a difference so quickly and so completely. Yes, it’s pricey, but for me, so worth it.

9. WHAT’S INSPIRING ME AROUND THE WEB: Absolutely loving this tribute to beautifully styled bookshelves, this wonderful collection of kitchen and work spaces in the home, and if you’re itching for spring, I’ll leave you with this stunning collection of floral enhanced vignettes.

10. UP NEXT: How to Avoid the Biggest Decorating Mistakes…

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Ann | On Sutton Place

1.) NEW ON THE BLOG: this hearty and simple Spaghetti Soup recipe that feeds your body and warms your soul! Not new, but freshly updated, is this delicious Raspberry Crisp.


3.) FAVORITE QUOTE: “There is absolutely nothing wrong with shutting down, putting your feet up, and doing a whole lot of not much.” ~Brian Gardner

4.) If you are planning a Super Bowl party, here are some easy and amazingly good ideas for feeding everyone. First, a charcuterie board would be perfect. It can be done ahead, and can serve as many or as few as you want. Make chili mac or French bread pizza. This dip is a classic, and will be gone in no time. This brie in puff pastry is super simple, but looks very impressive! One last idea…bake some loaves of quick bread, slice them, and present them on a pretty tray. A few savory choices: rosemary bread (pictured above), beer bread, or garlic cheese bread.

5.) CURRENT DECOR CRUSHES: this gorgeous ivory and blue tufted wool rug, this tripod floor lamp with little round shelves (in 3 colors), this classic blue toile pillow cover, and this coordinating floral pillow cover. (Both pillow covers are on sale.) I also love this canvas print called “Around The Clouds” and there are 3 frame colors to choose from.

6.) BE INSPIRED: If you love the combination of farmhouse style with Scandinavian, follow @bvintagestyle on Instagram. I also adore everything from @ruefer.heartandhome.

7.) AMAZING HOME TOURS: this home by Ashley Gilbreath has classic details and is full of color, and this home is stunning yet so family-friendly.

8.) WHAT TO WATCH: If you like shows about World War II: watch Masters of the Air on Apple TV+. Not new but good none-the-less: My All American and The Vow on Netflix. If you remember the song “We Are The World,” watch The Greatest Night In Pop, on Netflix.

9.) BOARD AND BATTEN INSPIRATION: See what you can do with even the tiniest space, and although not technically board and batten, I really like this vertical shiplap. This design reminds me of what we had in the dining room on Sutton Place. Here is the entry in our current home. It turned out even better than I had hoped!

10.) Wishing you a lovely week! XO

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Yvonne | StoneGable

1. SPRING DECORATING: I know you are probably not ready to decorate for spring just yet, but I have such spring fever I can’t wait to share spring decorating ideas you can use in your home when you are ready. 12 Simple Spring Decor I You Will Love For Your Home and Lazy Girl Decorating: 5 Best Tips For Easing Into Spring have tons of creative and pretty ideas spring ideas.

2. AMAZON FAVORITES: See all of this week’s picks HERE.

3. EASY SIDE DISH RECIPE: Preheat the oven to 400°. Dump a 16-oz. bag of frozen green beans in an 11 x 13 baking dish. Drizzle with 2 TBS olive oil, 1/2 tsp garlic powder, salt and pepper. Toss to combine. Bake for 30 minutes, and when the green beans are done, add 1/2 cup of Kraft Parmesan and toss. YUM!



5. BEAUTIFUL HOMES AND MORE: See this moody Colonial Home in Los Angeles, a beautiful Altlanta home, and this designer’s creative home ideas on a budget.

6. READER’S FAVORITE: Every day is worth celebrating in February. Best Things To Do In February is packed with fun things to do in February. Check it out!

7. FUN AND INTERESTING FACTS: What is February’s birthstone and flowers? February is the only month of the year when this celestial occurrence might not happen. What is it?


9. WORTH WATCHING: From BBC, World On Fire, set during WW2. All Creatures Great And Small, I love this charming James Harroit tale set in the English countryside. The Chosen, if you haven’t seen it, you should!

10. MY MAKEUP: I wear Jones Road’s natural makeup, which is very natural-looking. I wear All Over Glow (blush) in Miami Beach and Golden HourCream eyeshadow over my lids, and the Neutralizer Pencil in Fair Pink to correct dark circles under my eyes. And I use Hippie Stick on my lips and the back of my hands at bedtime.

Answer to #7: February’s birthstone is an amethyst, and flowers are violets and primroses. February is the only month of the year that a full moon may not happen. Now you know!

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