Blanket Weather

So (at least in Texas) we’re in weather where it could be warmish during the day, but chilly at night. Which means, having several stylish blankets around is ideal. They’re great for Netflix marathons and for the patio with your gal pals.

I got an amazing blanket when in Costa Rica and it got me searching for some more to keep the house stocked. I’m borderline obsessed with that white blanket from The Citizenry. What do you look for in a blanket?

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Blanket Weather

My own little corner

Spring is that season where we all go on Pinterest and watch HGTV and think: “Yes I CAN!”

I’m sure I’ll come crashing down from this high in a month, but until then I’m really loving these tribal, boho home trends. (Again, can I just pick up and move to Marfa?). Now sneaking this stuff into the apartment without Casey noticing is a completely different story (commence covert operations).

Two cute beds? Yes please. I call an instant sleepover.

Boho Home 1

Look at me writing my memoir in this nook. (Use your imaginations people, I mean c’mon!)

Boho home 2

 

If your home is going to have southwest vibes a hat rack is a must (DIY is just a plus) for your wide brimmed hats.

boho home 3

 

If all else fails, just surround yourself with cacti. There was a time when almost every week I came home with a new succulent. Just remember less is more…even if your latte induced mind says otherwise.

boho home 4

My own little corner

DIY Clothespins

I don’t know if I’m just super cheap or what, but I really like clothespins. They make perfect chip clips, you can stick a tack to the back and use it to hold hats, photos and so much more!

Below are just a few I’ve made recently. Jazzing them up is incredibly easy. For these I used decorative tape (I got four rolls for about $4 at Target) and paint. The tape you will have to trim down – but I found it was easiest after putting it on the clothespin. I think this could also be really fun with glitter for the holidays.

DIY Clothespins

DIY Clothespins