weekly wrap up

Sleeping Bags + weekly wrap up

by Stephanie

I had a much more elaborate weekly wrap up planned for today, but the week has gotten away from me. I’m in the middle of looking for an apartment right now (New Yorkers, you know what fresh hell that is) so I’ve been running around like a crazy person seeing apartments, cleaning and pre-packing and trying to get things in order. I’m also turning 32 this weekend, so I’m excited to celebrate with friends and take a quick work break on Sunday from the big apartment hunt. So please excuse my brevity in this post as I’m running out now to see what feels like the 50th apartment in the last few days. I have a rather personal and special post planned for Monday, so I hope you’ll join us again next week for that and tons of new ideas related to this month’s theme: weddings (my announcement is not related to weddings). We’ve been working on some great DIY wedding ideas and posts so I hope you have a great weekend and we’ll see you on Monday for more inspiration and design fun. xo, grace

*We got to take a trip to the beach yesterday and talked about camp outs on the dunes. It makes me want to hunt down cute sleeping bags, like these from Anthro. Adorable.

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