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weekly wrap up + rewoven mats

by Stephanie

Last week I was walking home from brunch in the city and decided to swing by my favorite Anthropologie store on 5th Avenue. They were having a great sale on tabletop goods, and I ended up leaving with some random odds and ends to spruce up our office desk, which also serves as a dining table. I’m helpless when it comes to neon yellow and pink, so I was most excited about these rewoven mats made from jute and recycled silk. They feel perfectly summery to me, so I’d love to use them for an outdoor meal. Rolled up with silverware and a bag lunch, they’d make the perfect picnic decoration. If you want to pick up a mat or two ($12 each), click here to check them out and order online.

The temperature in Brooklyn is supposed to hit 80 today, and we have tickets to see The Hunger Games tonight (Katniss!), so I’m heading out to soak up some sun before the darkness of the theater takes over. I hope you all have a wonderful weekend, and I’ll see you back here on Monday. xo, grace

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