Wednesday Weekly Wish List #147

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

Wednesday weekly wish list


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Lory | Designthusiasm

1. Here are 4 Chic Color Themes for Creating an Outdoor Oasis on your patio this summer, with product recommendations to achieve the looks.

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

3. THIS WEEK ON THE BLOG I shared this Relaxing but Stylish Family Room and how it has evolved over time, this Dramatic Kitchen Renovation achieved on a budget without removing the cabinets, this White Bedroom perked up for spring with pops of color, and these Elegant Table Decor Ideas that are perfect for Mother’s Day or other spring celebrations.

4. CURRENT DECOR CRUSHES UNDER $60:

5. CURRENT DECOR CRUSHES UNDER $100:

6. CURRENT DECOR CRUSHES UNDER $200:

7. NEW ON THE BLOG: I recently updated the categories on the blog to make it easier to find what you’re looking for. If you’re on computer, you’ll find an enhanced menu when you hover over the “Decorate” tab, and on both mobile and desktop, you’ll find new category pages under Decorate for Seasonal DecorTimeless DecorStyle by Room and My Home Tour. Under each, you’ll find further breakdowns to get to the posts you’re interested in.

8. FASHION PICKS:

9. WHAT’S INSPIRING ME AROUND THE WEB: This exceedingly peaceful home is the very picture of understated elegance. This stunning bedroom is the epitome of a modern French aesthetic. Not a home, but I’m loving this simple DIY for creating pretty coasters.

10. UP NEXT: A primary bedroom update for spring…

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Ann | On Sutton Place

1.) We’re diving into creative strategies and practical steps for building a basic capsule wardrobe. These ideas work for anyone, on any budget.

2.) Catch up on the best ideas and my favorite purchases on my Amazon shopping page!

3.) FAVORITE QUOTE: “Deep breaths are like little love notes for your body.”
FOUND HERE.

4.) If you have a white kitchen and are wishing for some lovely inspiration, I have just the thing. See how to add warmth, a little color, and amazing character.

5.) A few weeks ago I shared a refreshing spring decor idea that centered around adding bits of yellow to your existing decor. This article shows how to add pops of yellow in very small doses, and the ideas are adorable.

6.) FAVORITE FINDS FOR THE GARDENER:

7.) Mother’s Day is just around the corner! I just updated my Mother’s Day Gift Guide with some very fun things any woman would love.

8.) This colorful cottage bunkie might be small, but it’s full of personality and ideas. Inspired by its stunning surrounding landscape, this small bunkie in Lake Muskoka is decorated in a soothing palette of blue, green and brown.

9.) Last week I mentioned that I was watching a mini series on Hulu called We Were The Lucky Ones. There are four episodes available, with the fifth episode streaming tomorrow. It’s an amazing story about a Jewish family in Poland during World War II. So far, there have been a few difficult-to-watch scenes, but on the whole, it’s been wonderful. It’s a true story that has been fictionalized, but it’s historically accurate. I know it’s not for everyone, but if you like this sort of thing, it’s definitely a must-see.

10.) Wishing you all a peaceful week. XO

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Yvonne | Stonegable

1. NEW ON THE BLOG: Now that Easter is over, how do you add some of the season to your home? Spring Decorating After Easter has lots of pretty and easy ideas to help.

2. AMAZON FINDS: See all the new things I’m finding on Amazon HERE.

3. GOOD TO KNOW: There are almost 1,500 posts on StoneGable dating back fourteen years. Many of these archived posts are helpful but have thin content and ugly images. So, I’ve been updating them—rewriting them, adding lots of new, up-to-date content, and using new images. In essence, these old posts are new posts. 11 Tips For Making Faux Flowers Look Real and How To Handle Decorating Challenges And Getting Unstuck are two of these updated posts. I hope you check them out.

4. DECOR FINDS THIS WEEK:

UNDER $100: SPRING INTO SUMMER FRESHEN UP

OVER $100:

5. HOME TOURS AND MORE: You will love this home with a sunroom, this European-style home in Pennsylvania, a tour of four cottage core homes, and this beautiful traditional home in Michigan.

6. SPRING INTO SUMMER WARDROBE:

7. FUN AND INTERESTING FACTS: Where did April get its name? What ship took a fateful trip in April?

8. SUMMER PREVIEW: We can enjoy spring now and think about the upcoming season at the same time- 9 Things To Do For Summer Now, Easy And Beautiful Spring Into Summer Dogwood Wreath DIY, and 5 Small Space Gardening Ideas will help you daydream about the best of summer.

9. CULINARY CORNER: Make a box cake mix that tastes like a homemade wedding cake by adding an extra egg or 1/2 cup of sour cream or mayonnaise, a tsp of vanilla extract, and substituting whole milk for water.

10. IN THE GARDEN: Even if you do not have a green thumb, you can grow herbs. The Herb Container Garden Guide will help you grow herbs to enjoy from now until frost.

ANSWER TO #7: The name of April comes from the Greek word for opening, as in flowers opening up in the spring. The Titanic hit an iceberg and sank on April 14th, 1912.

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