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Sunday Style

Happy Sunday, friends! I can't believe it's the middle of October already... this year has gone by way too fast. I spent the last week doing a whole lot of nothing because I found out on Tuesday I had bronchitis. I usually get sick when the weather changes drastically and boy has it changed! I'm happy to say that fall finally seems to be here. The leaves have been changing like crazy and next thing we know it'll be time for Christmas decorations.

Here are some pretty things I've been eyeing lately. Hope you enjoy!

 Loving this topcoat (40% off right now)

Forever obsessed with pj sets and these flannel jammies look so comfy (other patterns available)

Cozy turtleneck (other colors available)

Too soon for a knit beanie? I think not!

Striped shirts forever and always (other colors available)

Straight leg corduroy's (other colors available)

Homemade shiplap

Hi friends! We've had several of you reach out to us on instagram asking how we make our own shiplap, so we figured we'd break it down for you. It's way more cost efficient than buying the boards at the store. Considering we're putting planks up in the den and every bedroom we needed A LOT and this makes the most sense for us. Because I wasn't outside for every second of this tutorial, I'm going to have B explain how to make them.

Favorites for fall

Happy Monday, friends! I hope you all had a great weekend. I was semi-productive and finally got around to going to the Secretary of State to officially change my name AND address (it's only been almost four months, haha) and managed to prime and spackle the first floor guest bedroom (B and Nick finished the shiplap in there). Aside from that I worked on a ton of laundry and watched even more Gilmore Girls on Netflix (oops). Poor B had to work all weekend - he has a nasty cold that I wish would go away. 

Anyways, I figured I'd share some fall decorations that I thought were super cute. I'm unfortunately not decorating this year (wahhhhhh) because our house is a mess and it's pointless, but that shouldn't stop you from doing it! 

1. Super cute galvanized jack o'lanterns (they come in numerous sizes). I would most likely put these on the mantel in the den.

2. Buffalo check napkins. These could last all fall/winter.

3. Capri Blue Pumpkin Clove candle. I can't imagine how delicious this candle smells. This is another favorite!

4. Black monogram mug. These could be used all year round but they're especially cute for fall. 

5. Staub cocotte. Put this on the stove and make anything and everything in it. If it was up to me, I'd make veggie chili. 

6. Windowpane jute doormat. Will most likely buy this for next year. I think it'd look perfect with our house being painted black (with a cedar roof and copper gutters). Whaddya think?