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…
And here are a few of my favorite pieces:
Lace Rhino Head
Flock of Birds Wall Art
Agate Jewelry Box
Mother of Pearl Lined Wood Bowl
Wood Side Table with Embedded Ash
Wooden Shoe Molds
Gold Ram Skull Lamp
Mother of Pearl and Acrylic Lamps
And here are what some of the treasures look like once they were inside of the apartments 🙂
I had a HUGE shopping trip for work this week:
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 🙂
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:
Yes, that’s how my mind works on an unintentional shopping trip…this is why I am dangerous 🙂
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.
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.
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!