Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Gimme Gingham


I'm a sucker for gingham. When I came across this chair on the Pottery Barn Kids website I had to have it in navy for Alexa. I love how it fits in with our living room decor and is different from her pink and grey nursery. A gingham upholstered chair has been on my wishlist.... I wasn't expecting to get one 2 feet tall but it works. Soon it will be used for more than just a photo prop but it will be fun to see her month to month pictures in it.

Here are a few other things that caught my eye...


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I like that this blanket as the straps to make it easily portable. I want it for the Greenwich Polo sidelines. 


Have you ever tried on a printed dress and thought it would be better suited for wallpaper or drapery? Gingham is one of the prints I love for both, ha. I would swap out the gold belt with a brown skinny leather belt.


If I had a solid comforter I would get these gingham sheets for my bedroom. I am dying to go to the Serena and Lily store in Westport. Has anyone reading been?


Scout bags make frequent appearances here. I have several of their bags for storage and travel (the 4 Boys Bag is my favorite) - they are durable and come in the cutest patterns. I hate when I forget my own bags for the grocery store... it's amazing how much more you can carry. I know this one would hold up. Use code BeachBum for 15% off $75+ through 7/5.


My friend introduced me to this NYC based company. She and her husband are always traveling and she was searching for a sturdy and stylish garment bag for him. You can add a monogram on the ches.t 

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3 comments

  1. Love that gingham is everywhere; have you checked out the stuff at club monaco too! I seriously love that picnic blanket- it's a must have!

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  2. So cute! Our take on gingham for little girls is here:
    https://www.thimblecollection.com/collections/girls-clothing/products/picnic-collection-lucy-dress

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