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As a new season approaches, I love beginning my own version of spring cleaning, really Fall cleaning, if you will. There are tons of ways to make a room over without spending a ton of money, so I took to ALotOnYourPlate.com and got together a list of inexpensive mini room makeover ideas and tips. I thought this would be helpful and inspiring for those who that don’t have the money and/or the time dedicated to updating a room.
With these easy tricks, you can have your space feeling updated and made over in no time! Check out the list for 20 super easy DIY tips to update and/or make over your space.
To read this full post: check out ALotOnYourPlate.com!
I was browsing through Amazon when I saw a link for The Design Fetish Store. Founded by 27-year-old kushu, Design Fetish is a roundup of products that are so clever, so brilliant, unique, and affordable, that it is no wonder that this store is quickly become one of my Fab Finds.
The products offered at Design Fetish are perfect for giving as gifts and are sure to put a smile on someones face. These unique, never seen before items are also great novelties for your own home. Check out my finds found at The Design Fetish Store below!
Fred Cool Jewels Ice-Cube Trays; $7.00
Dots Cord Identifier; $5.99
Phone App Refrigerator Magnets; $4.96
FingerPickin’ Cocktails; $8.34
Happy Birthday Cake Pan Mold; $22.47
Cake-sicle Pan; $14.89
Fred & Friends 12 oz. Stacked Ceramic Mugs; $12.78
Split Rock Cereal Bowl; $13.50
Fred & Friends PiBoss Pizza Wheel; $12.50
Fred & Friends Cake Candelabra; $6.05
But, aside of being from having an awesome online store, kushu is also a blogger! Design Fetish seconds as her blog. She features some of her most popular posts as well as some of her favorite bloggers and designers! Click here to check out some of the most popular posts featured on Design Fetish.
Be sure to follow kushu on Twitter @Design_Fetish and check back for more awesome Fab Finds at A Lot On Your Plate!
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As I continue my search for all things nautical, i stumbled upon this brand and quickly fell in love with it. C. Wonder is a company dedicated to all goodness that is nautical, from clothes and accessories to home decor.
C. Wonder stores are located in New York, New Jersey, and Massachusetts, adding 4 new locations California, Georgia, and Virginia. For those of you who do not have C. Wonder in your area as of yet, their online store is just as great!
What’s To Love: C Wonder is all about quality products at affordable prices with the consumer in mind. Their products are classic and beautiful, while unique and intriguing.
“C. Wonder offers an entirely new retail experience: clothing, accessories and home decor products of outstanding quality and astonishing value in a setting that excites and inspires.”
Their Sale items are such great finds. Their We Love: What Were Positively Wild About section has products perfect for items for the home, whether for you for gift giving.
I have to admit, im pretty obsessed with today’s Fab Find.
eos (Evolution of Smooth) is a super affordable brand that offers natural products like lip balms, hand lotions, and shaving cream.
eos Lip Balm (Smooth Sphere & Smooth Stick)
eos lip balms are about $3.29 each and come in two forms, the Smooth Sphere and the Smooth Stick. The Smooth Sphere comes in flavors like Lemon Drop (spf 15) and Strawberry Sorbet. The Summer Fruit, Sweet Mint, & Honeysuckle Honeydew Spheres are 95% organic and 100% natural. Both lip balms are so much fun to use and you see results almost instantly.
The Smooth Stick comes in flavors like Vanilla Bean and Raspberry Pomegranate, both in which are 95% organic and 100% natural.
All lip balms are gluten-free and have never been tested on animals.
Hand & Body Lotions
eos hand lotions are $3.99 and come in scents like Cucumber and Berry Blossom.
eos body lotion are $7.99 each.
All eos hand and body lotions are 97% natural, made for all skin types, hypoallergenic, and dye free.
As of right now, my favorite eos product is the Sweet Mint Smooth Sphere, but im sure that will change once get my hands on Lemon Drop Sphere, lol.
*Products are available for purchase at eos’s online store. Click here to check it out!
Have you used an eos product? If so, which ones and do you have a favorite? Feel free to comment below!
With Father’s Day just around the corner, I thought it’d be fitting to put together a list of top Fab Find gift ideas, guaranteed to wow dad, without breaking the bank! (To find out more about each product, click on each individual photo).
Fitted Small Lion Pique Polo, $27.93-$31.97 (Currently on Sale), Express
The Sephora’s Favorite Leading Man Deluxe Fragrance Sampler; $42 ($100 Value), Sephora
The Finest Shave Deluxe Sampler; $25 ($95 Value), Sephora
Kikkerland Golf Club Mug; $16, Urban Outfitters
New York Yankee Cologne; $49, Macy’s
Rimmed Aviator Sunglasses; $29.90, Express
iPod Shuffle 2GB, $49, Apple
Craft Brew Beer Tasting Glasses; Bed, Bath, & Beyond, $19.99
Daddy’s Tie Kit, $29.95, Uncommon Goods
Axe Body Wash Kit; $5, Walmart (Thanks for the tip Young Mom Decor!)
Feel free to comment below and/or suggest any of your favorite Father’s Day gifts.
Target was genius when they put together this collaboration of shops that are unique, inspiring, and affordable. The Shops at Target gives you the best of what Connecticut, Miami, Aspen, San Fransisco, & Boston, has to offer, right in your hometown.
On May 6th, Target introduced “The Shops”, a new design program that offers limited edition collections from 5 stores Target “stumbled upon and couldn’t help but fall in love with”.
Polka Dog Bakery (Boston), The Candy Bar (San Fransisco), The Webster (Miami), Privet House (Connecticut), and The Cos Bar (Aspen), have all been chosen to join The Shop’s.
Target has always believed in offering great design with affordable pricing, so I was very excited to hear about this program!
Check out the video below to learn more about the awesomeness that is Target’s “The Shops“.
So, what do think? Will you will be heading to your nearest Target store for any of these collections in the future? If you’ve already stopped into Target for one of these collections, what did you think? All comments welcome!