winter trends in home & tech accessories

I’m trying to hold off on any new home purchases until I finish a thorough spring cleaning, but that hasn’t stopped me from peeking around and seeing what’s new this season. As our devices become increasingly integrated into our home activities — cooking, working, enjoying movies and music — it’s not surprising to see the same materials and styles popping up in both home and tech design. I had a lot of fun rounding up a few of those winter trends this week over at MyLifeScoop. If you’re looking for new goodies to cozy up your home this winter, or for a bit of design inspiration, you can click here for the full post. Enjoy! — Kate

  1. Love those classic plaid blankets!

  2. emma says:

    I love the bed-linen. Would really like to slept with a meadow over me.

  3. Emily says:

    I love all these things! Can’t wait till i get my own home!

  4. Ashley says:

    I love that bedding from West Elm, if only they weren’t sold out of the standard shams!!

  5. how funny is that horn/phone charger! Hilarious.

  6. The owl lamp is adorable! Of course, Jenny’s iPhone case is lovely as well.

  7. Linda Hahn McLean says:

    I would take one of each, please…..kust charge it to any one the Enron’s CEO’s !!!


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