We’re in a T.G.I.F. state of mind, so we thought we’d do things a little differently this week. Today we’re bringing you the best of the Web in a variety of decorating, fashion, and food topics, plus a healthy dose of fun to kick off the weekend. For a look at what’s been catching our eye lately, check out these blogs and posts. Then post in the comments about your favorite décor, DIY, recipe, renovation, and pet blogs—and don’t forget to include the links!
When we need ideas for beautiful, boho-tinged spaces that don’t tip the scales into quirk overload and aren’t packed to the gills with stuff (upon stuff), we grab a latte, shut our office doors, and head over to Decor8. Blogger Holly Becker never makes a wrong style move, and she’s an insider’s insider when it comes to sourcing international designs and home product creators.
Curbly is our go-to for home DIYs that usually require little more than a few basic supplies and a creative eye. This roundup of fun ways to hang art sans expensive frames, featuring nine 9 (!) simple techniques, is a keeper.
If you like your fashion feminine and flirtatious with an edgy twist, hop on over to Atlantic-Pacific. We adore pretty much every look Blair Eadie, a born-and-bred East Coaster currently vibing it in California, puts together, but this modern-preppy look (could those gladiator sandals be any more scrumptious?) bowled us over. There’s more—a lot more—where that came from.
Need an afternoon pick-me-up or a sweet ending to a stressful day? Head over to the blogs at all-natural skin-care experts Beekman 1802 for the latest updates on their baby animals. From gorgeous photos and a live cam of the teensy goats to shots of their adorable dogs and pint-size pigs, we can get a weekly fix of four-footed fun.
This milky, sweet black tea is an acquired taste for some, but rendered into a high-end milkshake, like this one, it’s instant love in a highball glass. Pick up your supplies now for some weekend R&R—don’t forget the fresh whipped cream, star anise for garnish, and old-fashioned paper straws.