I want to start a new type of post on here called “Discoveries.” This will be where I share the wonderful things on the internet that I’ve been loving lately.
This first one is featuring some blog posts, some Etsy prints, recipes, and fashion. Entering into summer has left me inspired with crisp, fresh finds.
As someone who is addicted to anything Scandinavian, this blog became my favorite thing. This particular blog post is styling her living room with H&M Home products, and one of my other favorite things is H&M Home. The products are cheap, they look minimalist, and they cozy op a space. The way that Anu styles everything makes it look like a designer interior. But aside from just this blog post, all of her other posts are beautiful as well. I highly recommend checking this blog out!
This print is only $7.99 and looks vintage (and a bit creepy, which I love!). Filling your home with beautiful items can make the most of your space. I’m also a big advocate for supporting other businesses, especially photographers. This person is so talented, so it’s worth checking it out. They have a variety of images, and all of them have the same vibe of natural landscapes.
This is from Laurenconrad.com (which is a beautiful site) and it made my mouth water! Iced coffee is the pinnacle of summer, and it’s a staple every day for me and the people I work with. The fun part about coffee is changing the flavors you can use to transform the taste. Instead of spending your money on Starbucks or Dunkin Donuts, you can try making these at home! This seems challenging, because I’ve never made my own iced coffee before. But it might be a fun thing to try this weekend (if the weather stays nice, that is).
Revolve clothing will forever be making me cry with their gorgeous pieces that I just can’t afford. This one just might be worth the splurge though, especially if you’ve been looking for the perfect vacation midi dress. It’s navy and white, and the top is perfect for summer. It’s $98, but hey, you might as well treat yourself to something as beautiful as this. I can see myself wearing this on a boat somewhere (if only). It’s effortless and easy, and that’s my favorite part.
Let me know what things you’ve been loving so far. I really fell into a deep whole with Decordot’s website because honestly, every single post is beautiful. If anyone has any other recommendations for Scandinavian/Nordic bloggers, let me know! I’m really into the minimalist and slow living styles, so I’ve been looking around for inspiration. I’m desperate for some more reading material!
Talk to you soon,