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under $100: wedding edition

by Grace Bonney

well, tomorrow is the big day so i figured i’d make this friday’s under $100 about…well, anything i thought was cool. my brain is full of a million different things i need to get done so finding a theme just didn’t happen this week. but i did find a ton of cool pieces under $100 that would be perfect for a home in need of a little extra something. i hope you’ll enjoy the selection. next friday my head will officially be done thinking about wedding planning so i’ll be able to pull together a more cohesive theme.

[image above, clockwise from top left: emporium soap bar $18, coat rack $50, modern quill pen $28, rabbit in wonderland candlestick $42, retro pen set $6, driftwood boxes $90, steamer basket $45, chisel vase $30, gold sunburst mirror $70]

[image above, clockwise from top left: lucienne day tea towel $40, broccoli card holder $20, palace glass $22, feather pin $40, neon vinyl card holder $16]

[image above, clockwise from top left: rainbow bird tile (sorry, this just sold out!), patterned sphere lamp $99, distressed wooden oars $29+]

[image above, left to right: galvanized metal key cabinet (love this!) $49, woven decorative lights $99]

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