Window Shopping: Part 3

Are you ready? This is the last part in our Window Shopping series. These last images were taken at a variety of different stores.

First up, Arhaus in the KOP Mall in King of Prussia, PA:image image_1

Isn’t this garden “bungalow” so beautiful?! It reminds me of Terrain in Glen Mills!

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They also had this tufted velvet headboard

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Next, is Dwelling in Manayunk, PA. I’ve passed by this store SO many times, but it took me 9 years to actually go inside! I’m glad I did, they have some excellent treasures!

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See these gilded log lamps? Love ’em.

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And finally, Restoration Hardware Outlet at the Philadelphia Premium Outlets in Limerick, PA.image_5 image_4 image_3

I bought this last piece for work. We haven’t used it yet, but I’ll take a photo for you once it’s installed!

Thanks for following along with my shopping trips! I love sharing the pretty things I find!

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Window Shopping: Part 2

In the second part of this series, I visited HomeGoods in Collegeville, PA. This place had tons of good stuff too. Have a look!

These pretty blue chairs would look so perfect at my dining table, against my blue curtains!image-5

I just have to ask, “Where are those fabulous things from? Restoration Hardware or HomeGoods??” These linen, nailhead, and rope treats would be the perfect affordable pieces for an expensive look.

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2 rope mirror photos in one!

image-4This headboard!!! *swoon!*

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Speaking of headboards, this capiz shell “art” would be perfect behind a twin bed.

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These global inspired pieces are so eclectic. I couldn’t help but imagine a fun, bright, quirky space where these things could live together!

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And one more global piece that would be perfect with the cafe set from Part 1!

image-13It’s hard to see, but it’s a GIANT Eiffel Tower. I don’t really like it (maybe for a little girl’s room), but it was so outrageous, I had to post it.

And I had to post this too, in keeping with the outrageous/hideous theme…image-7

How are they even allowed to sell NEW stuff like this?! It should be a crime.

To end things on a good note, check out these trays. This first one is acrylic. And the red velvety coral is so fun!

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But THIS. This marble and gold tray was so pretty. AND it was $19.99. What?! image-10So, you know what happened…

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Window Shopping: Part 1

You KNOW I can’t help myself when it comes to lusting after beautiful things. I mean, that’s what I’m made to do. So, in true Huntress fashion, I spied some beauties while on a HomeGoods run for work. I snapped a few photos specifically to share with you. This will be a 3 part series, since there was so much goodness to share! #homegoodshappy

First up, these 2 fabulous “trunk” dressers. This travel theme seems so collected, like it was picked up on several trips abroad…*sigh* The lower one is actually red, even though it’s coming up pink (I’d prefer it in pink, obviously!)

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Next, animal inspired decor. These hide and antler treasures are just enough “rustic raw” to tone down a really girly glam space.

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These desks were so clean-lined. They reminded me of something that West Elm would be selling…Look for Less! See how the first one has a built-in shelving system? It looks like it should be outdoors.

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Since the summertime always connotes BBQs and laid-back festivities, I thought this extra large American flag was the perfect summer accent.

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This wooden wall art looked like it would be the perfect piece to repurpose as a summer headboard!

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And now, for some patterns. This random ikat-esque floral chair was calling out to me. Like so “grandma”, that it could pass as modern. You know what I mean, right? Just for use in one corner of an eclectic room.

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This patterned mirror was so earthy with that punchy teal. How perfectly unexpected!

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And this little bistro set was so Frenchy with that woven aqua and creamy white pattern. I want to go to Paris!

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These glam urchin accents and gold table with stone top looked like the perfect exclamation points for anyone’s home!

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And these final gems had a wonderful natural quality that reminds me of the beach 🙂

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All of these pretties were found at St. David’s HomeGoods in Radnor, PA.

Working Girl

Remember this post and then this one? Well, I have some more photos of some of the work I have been doing at Presidential City 🙂

This luxurious 2 bedroom penthouse is home to “Brad and his daughter, Ava”. I made it very masculine and sensual, while also letting Ava’s room be the girly, glamorous sparkle to this Bachelor Pad.imageimage_1image_6 image_2 image_3 image_4 image_5

This feminine apartment is a 1 bedroom penthouse made for “Vivienne”. She is a successful working gal with plenty of money to lavish herself with the finer things in life…
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On The Hunt: Treasures Revealed!

The Huntress-On The Hunt

To satiate your curiosity about what was in my bags in this post, then scroll through 🙂

I thought you might like to see a panoramic photo of everything laid out…

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And here are a few of my favorite pieces:

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Lace Rhino Head

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Flock of Birds Wall Art

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Agate Jewelry Box

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Mother of Pearl Lined Wood Bowl

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Wood Side Table with Embedded Ash

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Acrylic Crystals

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Wooden Shoe Molds

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Large Hydrangea

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Gold Ram Skull Lamp

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Mother of Pearl and Acrylic Lamps

And here are what some of the treasures look like once they were inside of the apartments 🙂

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Some for You, Some for Me…

I had a HUGE shopping trip for work this week:

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Yep, 7 carts. And that was only 1/2 of the stuff! 🙂 #homegoodshappy

That meant that I came in contact with lots and lots and lots of beautiful things. So, the obvious outcome was that I got a few little gems for myself 🙂

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I spied this acid-wash wonder as I was looking in the mirror trying on something else. She peeked out from behind me, I spun around and quickly promised myself if it was $20 or less, she would be mine. Well, feast your eyes:

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Yes, that’s how my mind works on an unintentional shopping trip…this is why I am dangerous 🙂

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I’ve always loved pigs since I was little, so this sweet gold rimmed jewelry dish (for $4.99) was the perfect grown-up homage to my childhood love.

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I’m so glad I can benefit from Jessica Simpson making the switch from music to shoes. These have satisfied my craving for *mildly* comfortable open-toed booties in a neutral color.

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And finally, this hopeful message in gold text ($16.99) just made me smile. I really feel like it’s true for me, lately 🙂 I’m really glad I took this photo when I was looking super glamorous in the reflection…

Side Note: It took me over an hour for all of my carts to be rung up, so when they got down to the last few items, I was so ready to get out of there. Anyway, there was a mirror without a visible price. While the clerk and I both searched for a tag, I half-joked that I would pay $75 for it (I estimate they would have charged $124.99). And you know what, the guy made me a tag for $75.99! Ha! Seriously, ask and you shall receive!