Have you heard about the social front patio? This week I enjoyed Kim’s post on the social front patio and what that means and how it’s bringing neighbors together. Is everyone ready for an almost back-to-normal Memorial Day next weekend? It’s time for Sunday Favorites with my friends Mary Ann and Cindy.
The new trend in home design that brings hanging out to the front yard with the social front patio?
My friend Kim of Northern California Style wrote an interesting piece on The Social Front Patio and how the pandemic brought people together by neighbors connecting through outdoor spaces in front of their homes. Kim recently remodeled her home inside and out and it’s so lovely! Definitely check it out here and follow Kim on Instagram here.
Do you have a Disco Ball hanging somewhere in your home?
Isn’t there just something about seeing a disco ball that makes you happy? Madeline wrote this article for Apartment Therapy talking about disco balls and interior design. For years Madeline had very little interest in crafts, which as a crafty person, drove me nuts. During the pandemic, she had a sudden change of heart and took on many craft projects including making a disco ball planter and vase! I’m hoping she will make me one!
We love this wall planter from the Hilton Carter Collection for Target
In last week’s Sunday favorites post, I mentioned that I ordered a few things from the Hilton Carter Collection for Target and my favorite piece is the small white wall vase or planter. I hung it on my gallery wall with a few of my favorite things and filled it with some of the flowers Mary Ann sent me for my birthday! I think these would be fun hanging on their own or as part of a grouping, I have another small white one and a little bit larger black vase. The one that I hung on the gallery wall gave me SF Girl vibes in the best possible way! Victoria is always an inspiration for making the most of small details with a modern bohemian edge!
Why wear boring and basic Birkenstocks?
You’re going to love these home staples from
A Handmade House Studio
I’ve shared Karen’s work before in this post, but she keeps coming up with new colorways, patterns, and these new lavender sachets made from vintage quilts. You can follow her on Instagram at @a_handmade_house and shop A Handmade House Studio. Or if you’re in New York, visit her at Field + Supply Mini Markets on Sundays in Kingston, New York through September 5th.