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Home Decor Instagram Roundup

dreamy christmas dining room

Sheer Drapes || Blue & White Porcelain Plates – (Perfect Christmas Alternative Here)

tufted headboard neutral bedroom

Tufted Headboard 

marble and gold shelf diy

Marble & Gold Shelves ||  Long Sheer Drapes 

bright home office wall decor

 Leopard Scarf || Blanket Scarf

bright home office organization


Desk Chair || Lamps || White Shelves || Marble & Gold Tray

white home office shelves

White Shelves || Velvet Pouf || Chanel Coffee Table Book 

marble and gold vanity tray diy

Marble & Gold Tray || Girls Just Wanna Be CEO Trinket Dish || Vanille Candle || Diamond Pens

beautiful bright home office

Velvet Pouf || Tufted Desk Chair || Sheepskin Rug || Gray & Beige Rug

glam halloween decor

Glam Halloween Decor Post with Details Included

simple front door diy

Easy DIY Wreath Post with Details Included

dreamy coastal decor

Linen Chair || Omega Console Table || Leaning Mirror || Mercury Candle Holder || Crystal Lamp

tufted dining chairs living room

Chrome Globe Chandelier || Sheer Drapes

neutral simple winter mantel

Galvanized Lanterns || Flameless LED Candles 

white and gold winter decor

Glass & Gold Lamp || Antler Accent Piece

chic organized home office

Marble & Gold Tray || Vanille Candle || Gold Essential Oil Diffuser

neutral transitional home decor

White Couch Cover || Wall Mirror || Gray Throw Pillow

boss babe tray

 ||Boss Babe Tray ||

It’s been an extra hot minute since I last shared an Instagram roundup post! In attempting to get things a bit more organized on the site, I am going to try, from now on, to theme these as much as possible – hence today’s “home” roundup. I focused primarily on the insta’s that were most asked about and didn’t include every home decor image I’ve shared in the last few months, so if you have any questions about something I missed – feel free to comment below or shoot me an email! Also – for any item that did not have an original link available, I searched for and included the closest alternative/duplicate I could find 🙂

The top three most asked about items are the: (1) Boss Babe Tray; (2) Tufted Desk Chair; and (3) Diamond Pen Set. I found the Boss Babe tray randomly and just love it for the obvious reasons (hehe it pairs really well with the “Girls Just Wanna Be CEO” trinket dish!) but also for its usefulness! It is such a nice in-between size, so it’s perfect for a number of different purposes. The second most asked about, my desk chair, is ideal for anyone who has to spend a lot of time on a computer. Y’all, I searched high and low for this little number, and after almost a year of many long & continuous hours of use, I am still so so pleased with it. Lastly and most hilariously, the Diamond Pen Set is the third most asked about item from my Instagram. These pens are super fun and surprisingly heavy, so they feel a lot more substantial than I expected – plus they do actually write very well. I will definitely be ordering a few more to include in gifts for some of my fellow grad students//office gal pals! Whatever it takes to get through the work week with a smile, ya know?! 🙂

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beautiful tufted headboard boss babe trinket ceo girls dishglass and gold lamp boss babe tray holiday winter decor tufted nail desk chair best ever vanilla candle diptyque Crystal acrylic lucite desk lampomega console table white beige and gray office ruggalvanized lantern

 

 

 

 

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Blog, Halloween, Party Decor, Seasonal Decor, The Home

Easy Glam Halloween Centerpiece

glam halloween centerpiece

glam halloween centerpiece

easy glam halloween decor




simple chic halloween decorations

luxe halloween decor

Less than 1 week till Halloween! As fun as this holiday can be, it can also sometimes be a bit of a pain to decorate for – especially if you generally prefer neutral-everything. This year, I wanted to do something festive in our dining room that wouldn’t detract from the rest of the space in our home. Ideally, I was also aiming to incorporate pieces we already have out in our home all year so that excess storage would be minimized. Y’all… I am a home decor-hoarder. It is SO hard for me to get rid of home decor items, so the less “seasonal” pieces I purchase each year, the better!

The only “new” item in this centerpiece is the leaf place setting from Michael’s. They’re very inexpensive, and by purchasing only one for use as a centerpiece you’re going to be extra budget-friendly – PLUS it can be reused for Thanksgiving themed centerpieces too. If the skulls look familiar, it’s because they’re from the same set I used for last year’s Halloween Bar Cart post. I LOVE them. They’re super lightweight and very versatile. I am seriously considering snagging a few more sets to use as filler in the glass apothecary jars we have on our console table. Speaking of glass, this glass dome is perfect for everyday decor, whether over a candle or on top of coffee table books. The mercury jars are also out year round in home. I grabbed these two from HomeGoods, but found similar ones with removable tops and have linked them here and here.

Looking for more quick and easy Halloween ideas? Check this simple mantel decor post for more fun inspo!

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Adulting, Beauty, Blog, DIY Projects, Gifts, Home Decor, Lifestyle, Moving, Party Decor, School, The Home, Updates

Blogging Lessons Part 1

Before launching Blonde Boss Babe, I had no idea how many technical skills I would need to learn to start and maintain a successful blog. This November will mark one year since I migrated platforms from wordpress.com to wordpress.org, which I recently realized I didn’t even do 100% correctly. LOLZ. How did it take me this long to find out? Well, all of the images from my posts pre-November 2016 disappeared from public view but would show when I was logged in working on the site. Ironically, this little bit of a nightmare has come with a lot of blessing mixed into the mess. Manually re-inserting the images into each post has provided an opportunity for me to look back on how much the blog has progressed, clean up/delete less than ideal content, and reminisce on some favorite projects. Of the 20+ posts affected, here are the few that made the cut (click the image to be taken to the post): 

  

 While I still have so many more things to learn about this crazy complex – yet super fun platform, in a post soon-to-come, I will be sharing with y’all some of the key steps that would have GREATLY simplified this process. So, if you have any blogging questions about launching a site, working with companies, or even designing a logo – feel free to comment them below this post or contact me here. I will try to answer as many as possible in the posts to come on this topic. 

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Blog, The Home

Make Your Home Cozier with these 3 Books

Even though it’s still August, the fall season is (thankfully) quickly approaching! While most people are looking forward to pumpkin spice everything, I’m over here grabbing as many throws and pillows as humanly possible (hehe sorry J). Whenever we transition into a new season, I love to reevaluate, purge, and refresh our home before adding more decor into the mix. These 3 books are my favorite go-to’s for interiors in general, but especially for seasonal transitions. Whether you want to create a more welcoming space for your guests, increase the joy in your home for you and your family, or just want to learn some basic yet very effective styling/arranging tips, the following will definitely help to make your home look and feel cozier this fall: 1. The Little Book of Hygge; 2. The Lifegiving Home; 3. Elements of Style

The Little Book of Hygge

Denmark is consistently rated as one of the happiest nations in the world. Ever wonder why? Meet hygge – essentially the cozy factor. Featured in The Little Book of Hygge are tons of helpful pointers on how to incorporate hygge into all spaces and aspects of your home during every season and event. 

The Lifegiving Home 

Perfect for creating a welcoming space that you and your guests will enjoy. Homes are safe havens, and The Lifegiving Home fully explains that concept while providing practical, encouraging, and easy to implement tips. 

Elements of Style 

Often we can get bogged down by decor and how to rearrange things in order to move with the seasons. The best place to start is with a clean slate, so always go back to Elements of Style in between each season to adjust the arranging of the core pieces of our home (main pieces of furniture, etc.) to refresh the space before adding in new seasonal touches. 

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