We started our week off at the fabulous Las Vegas Market! There was so much “IRL inspiration” to take in — to see what we were loving, head to Instagram for a quick recap. Of course, we found a lot of digital inspo as well. (The best way to spend a few hours in an airport!) Here’s what we’re loving this week:
— Ever wish you had a personal home assistant? While that might seem a bit far-fetched, there’s a new home-management app that is basically the next best thing. Pulled can keep track of all past, current, and upcoming home/property projects and services — think housekeeping, renovations, and everything in between! They’re now welcoming users to a waitlist — sign up here!
— Brooke & Lou, the home furnishings brand by designer Bria Hammel, just launched lighting! There’s a fab selection of sconces, chandeliers, pendants, flush mounts, even table and floor lamps — all in Brooke & Lou’s signature Life Friendly™ style.
— Last April, we shared the gorgeous CocoCozy Design House. Colette Shelton (AKA Coco!) renovated the property, which marked her foray into a full-time role as an entrepreneur. We encourage you to take a peek at the house here, and after you’re done swooning over every last detail… it’s time to binge her new web series! Colette worked with a diverse cast and an all-African-American ensemble of producers and directors on the 15-part series, which gives viewers an inside look at the remodel. There’s a nice mix of comedy, design inspiration, and educational elements for those interested house flipping and home decorating. You can watch all episodes on Amazon here.
— Is it a water bottle? Is it a foam roller? The MOBOT is both — the 40 oz water bottle will help you stay hydrated and you can roll out sore muscles anywhere. So genius!
— Tour a Squaw Valley home from mother-daughter design team Design Alchemy. It’s got modern mountain vibes, and the views from the bathtub are enough to keep us happy for a very long time.
— Finally, start your weekend with a little shopping! Victoria shared 7 high-design brands you can find on Etsy.
Image originally published here.