I swear that spring is on the horizon, despite this week’s snowfall, making it the perfect time to freshen up your living space. We’ve been cleaning everything, cracking open the windows whenever the mercury creeps above 50 degrees, and adding a few new home decor items to make our space feel new again. It’s so easy to get in a decor rut once you find a piece you love, but swapping out items (or moving them around your house) is one of the easiest ways to give your home a facelift, and items from Cottage & Bungalow are perfect for a warm-weather makeover. Established in 2004, Cottage and Bungalow offers coastal furniture and beach decor and accessories that are chosen for their design and quality. Their products have been featured in a variety of national design and lifestyle magazines, including InStyle, Country Living, Coastal Living, and more.
As I’m sure you’ve gleaned, we have a mid-century-modern-meets-traditional vibe in our 1920s house. Cottage & Bungalow specializes in coastal design, but don’t let that dissuade you if your aesthetic is similar to mine. There are plenty of pieces that can fit within any decor. One of the pieces I was most excited about was this gorgeous alabaster lamp. The shape is spot on for mid-century modern decor and the stone adds a welcome natural element to the space. In another area of the house, a Dash and Albert rug from Cottage & Bungalow adds a bit of global glam to the entryway. (I had a buffalo plaid rug down for fall and winter and I couldn’t stand the heaviness of the pattern this season.) Plus, the rug is made from polypropylene, so you can just hose it down and let it air dry when it gets dirty. Other pieces I love include this quilt, a macrame throw pillow, a bar tool set, and this gorgeous rattan chair.
You can save 15% at Cottage & Bungalow through July 6, 2018 with code BEDKNOBS. Some exclusions apply due to manufacturer restrictions.
Sources: Cottage & Bungalow lamp (c/o) | Dash and Albert rug (c/o Cottage & Bungalow) | Target mirror | West Elm lamp | West Elm bar cabinet | Minted art (c/o) | CB2 decanters | West Elm glasses | cocktail picks | West Elm planters | Kate Spade shoes