Friday Link Love

Friday, January 20, 2017

Most Lovely Things Kitchen

Friday Link Love – Here are a few of my favorite new things I discovered this week or have been meaning to share for a while now.  And when I say new, I mean like I discovered it on instagram a few hours ago.

Vampyrex – Esther Lee collects and sells vintage Pyrex and displays it beautifully in her Brooklyn home.  I asked her if it would be okay if I stopped by for a visit to see it in person.  She said yes!

I love The Little Book of HYGGE.  It describes perfectly every feeling I have about home and living.  Madeline has been talking about it for a while and I have to admit I had never even heard the word until last year when she came home from Study Abroad.  I’m big on cozy lighting, candle light and a roaring fire all the while a storm is raging outside.  I had no idea that this is what they call Hygee.  When Madeline went back to school after winter break I sent her a Salt Lamp to get her through the long winter.  Candles, twinkle lights and a salt lamp all seem very Hygge to me.

The Little Book of HYGGE

Homesick Candles – Everyone knows that scent is one of the most important elements in connecting to a memory.  Homesick Candles has managed to do that very well with their Southern California candle.  It smells of orange, a hint of cactus and of course, the ocean.  They are so lovely.

Homesick Candles - Southern California

Last week we were making our way to The Laundress on Prince Street to pick up a bottle of Wool & Cashmere Shampoo when we came upon The Little Prince.  It was about 5 o’clock when everything looks magical in the late afternoon light.  It was that warm day last week that felt like Spring.  We ducked into The Little Prince for a quick bite before heading home.  How could we not?  I mean, could a little bistro be more inviting?

The Little Prince - NYC

One of our favorite coffee shops last week was AP Cafe or AP A Place Creative in Bushwick, Brooklyn.  We came upon it completely by accident.  Don’t you love when that happens?  It’s a light filled cafe where you can meet with friends or get some work done while noshing on the most delicious breakfast burrito.  Are you following us @coffeeshopsofnewyork ? Where should we go next?  We love suggestions!  Have a beautiful weekend! xo annie

AP Cafe + Bushwick, Brooklyn

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7 comments :

  • karen

    just love your posts so much. Happy dance when

    i see you in my mailbox.

  • Bungalow Hostess

    Such a lovely post with beautiful and serene images…
    I will light a candle this afternoon while I cook in my kitchen.

  • Garden, Home and Party

    Oh my goodness, that Little Prince place is so charming from the outside. I’ve heard about Hygge but not read much about it. It’s sounds like something I would enjoy reading, thanks.
    Karen

  • Michelle

    I admire your relationship with Madeline so much; so fun that you seem to spend so much time together when she is home. It’s heartwarming and something I desperately hope to have with my daughter when she is grown (she’s 15 months now ;))!

    • annie

      Thank you Michelle for your sweet words. I have no doubt that you’ll do the same with your daughter when she’s 22. Fifteen months–I miss that age when everything is new. Enjoy every minute…it goes by fast. Have a lovely weekend.
      xo
      annie

  • cindy hattersley

    Hygge is new to me as well Annie but I love the concept. I am very picky with candles and have been on the lookout for a good one. I am going to give these a try. I can’t stand anything that smells like something you should eat for breakfast. I love anything citrusy and or fresh or woodsly. Loved this post so many great ideas!!

    • annie

      Hi Cindy,
      I read that in Denmark they do not even count scented candles in the number of candles that people burn on a daily basis. While I love a beautifully scented candle, it’s really the light flickering that makes me happy!
      Annie

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