I am pleased to partner with Czech-based Etsy shop, ReStyle to share a few of my favorite products from their collection today! I absolutely adore these Scandinavian-inspired prints to add a pop of color to a room. Always on the look for inexpensive art, these prints provide the perfect pop of color and fun for any room! Above, I adore this abstract print in glorious shades of pink, aqua, red, chartreuse, and plum.
How adorable is this rainbow-hued alphabet poster? Hang this in a child’s room to create a colorful and fun mood.
I love the muted tones of this colorblock piece for a living room or a bedroom. It would be beautiful framed between two pieces of glass.
Check out the rest of the gorgeous prints at ReStyle and explore their social media links below. Oh and enjoy 15% off with code “xmass2014″
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Artwork images courtesy of ReStyle. This is a sponsored post. Email [email protected] for details on our advertising program.
It’s all about Gotland this week on Frolic! I spent the last month in Gotland. If you aren’t familiar, Gotland is Sweden’s largest island, off the East Coast. Here’s a look at the little cottage I stayed in. I absolutely adored it! Located in Slite, a little factory town on the Eastern coast of the island, where Gotland’s only archipelago is located, the little cottage is located in the garden of Hans and Margaretha, at the edge of a forest that borders the sea. Though Slite is home to one of Europe’s largest cement factories, it also features stunning coast lines, an old windmill, sweet cottages, and an abundance of wooden boats. I’ll share more scenery from Slite soon, for now here’s a peek at the cottage.
The typical Gotland cottage is made of white stone. This one was a mix of the traditional red, wooden Swedish siding and white tone. Sparsely decorated with collected rocks and mid century furniture, it’s a welcome respite.
Rope hung dowels keep closets organized and simple. The vintage hangers made me smile.
I loved spending my evenings in the little cottage, cooking bread, reading, and making tea.
The sweet little kitchen was quite sufficient and included a darling cast iron stove.
A ladder leads to a little loft with four little beds and windows that overlooked an apple tree. You can rent the cottage here. I was lucky enough to get an off-season rent since I rented it in October! I’ll do a post about my tips on renting a cottage, soon!
Photos: Chelsea Fuss. Taken in Gotland.
Today I am partnering with Elsie Green to bring you some of my favorites from their tabletop and entertaining products. Elsie Green is one of my favorite spots for prop shopping. Their thoughtful, well-curated selection is a go to for one-off vintage items and recycled pieces to give a super special, look to holiday tables. I always just adore what they find on their travels and love their philosophy of re-using and recycling! These brass plates above would be just lovely for the Thansgiving or Christmas table, paired with a centerpiece of pine and a linen tablecloth.
These vintage French towels also make gorgeous napkins for a table!
I adore this sweet set (towel, silver serving dish, and bread board) as a gift for a friend who loves the kitchen!
Add color to the tabletop with this gorgeous, handmade Moroccan dinnerware.
Shop Elsie Green online and follow their social media links below for more goodness!
All photos courtesy of Elsie Green. This post is sponsored by Elsie Green.
Last spring I did some prop styling work for Bambu! Lisa Warninger shot the photos and Amber Furqueron and Amy Nieto assisted me on styling.
It’s always great when you get the chance to work on a project promoting products you already use at home and of course, table settings are one of my favorite things to style!
All photos by Lisa Warninger.