There is something remarkably comforting about retail therapy, especially when it comes to products that are both functional and aesthetically pleasing.
This week, I received delivery of my new sofa, a beautiful duck egg blue to compliment the beach house aesthetic style I was going for, and in doing so have not only increased my wellbeing through functionality but also through beauty. I am also contemplating introducing a small inexpensive side table in a light grey with legs that match the wood of the feet of my sofa, a footstool, as well as an accent chair to provide more seating for guests.
Having interior design objects in your home that perfectly reflect each other and your personal style really improves mood and, if you’re anything like me, makes you feel like things are coming together.
For those of you on a budget for a new sofa, I would highly recommend the Revive Sofa by DFS. I purchased the piece in a sofa bed so I give my guests the option to stay over in comfort without having to dedicate a room (which you may not have anyway).
This week on aesthetically pleasing things, I also have invested in a few items of autumnal clothes, including an incredibly soft long sleeved wide neck top by Religion Clothing which pairs perfectly with black skinny jeans and my ‘go to for autumn’ Chelsea boots. Furthermore, I have been incredibly intrigued by and interested in Chriselle Lim’s latest exclusive collection. Although not as visually impressive as the spring collection, the autumn collection is full of earthy and deep luxurious colours, like rust and plums.
I’m feeling a shopping spree coming on as the season is changing, my wardrobe needs refreshing so anything you guys would like to recommend you can get in touch with me in the comments below or on any of the social media links in the banner.
What beautiful things have caught your eye this week?