Shopping List: Cozy Home Goods

If Instagram is any sort of barometer for general public opinion, then I would say we all are having a lot of feelings right now about the cold weather season. 

As much as I enjoy these seasons for the things they bring – my birthday, for one, family gatherings – I also appreciate them for opportunities they afford me – mainly to the fully embrace my homebody tendencies and wear fleece around the house and to yoga and back, if nothing else.

Needless to say, I'm a sucker for cozy home goods. Seeing as though we got rid of most of our home decor on our move this summer, I'm on the hunt for a restock of all things warm and cozy. Here are a few recent favorites, all from San Francisco-based Huckberry:

5" planter ($39.98)

indoek venice issue ($8.98)

no 1. nourishing balm ($24.98)

the kinfolk home ($29.98)

cube light ($19.98)

westray crew ($127.98)

leucadia candle ($39.98)

gettysburg blanket ($114.98)

weekender stripe pillow case ($99.98)

the betty ($139.98)

cumberland hat ($109.98)

cloth drip coffee pot ($44.98)

neighborhood pant ($59.98)

felt mill scruff slipper ($34.98)

tencel sheet set ($114.98)

feuerhand lantern ($54.98)

Any must haves you turn to for the cold-weather season? Fleece, cozy blankets, hot coffee, natural light alarm clocks (I'm thinking of getting one!)? Would love to hear!

 

I received product from Huckberry in relation to this post, though note this is a business I believe in. It almost makes me wish that I was a dude, though not quite. Thank you for supporting the businesses that support Second Floor Flat. Have questions? Let me know!


Shopping List: 9 Items For The Home

Over the past 10 years, I've lived in 7 apartments in 3 cities and 2 countries, and let me tell you – all of this moving around really forces you to assess the items that you have in your home.

Earlier this year I began a quest for a more minimalistic life and am now left with much fewer items in my home and in my closet than I started out with. I'm proud to say that everything that remains is something important or special to me in some way. Don't get me wrong – I still like buying and collecting things for my home and haven't stopped that, but I want every single item in my home to tell a story, whether it's something I picked up on my travels, or something I discovered online from an amazing maker with an interesting story and talent to boot.

This desire to support talented artisans, designers, and makers is one of the reasons I started my Great.ly shop. And this week, I've paired up with Great.ly to present some of my absolute favorite home items. As an extra special perk, Great.ly is offering free shipping on my entire "For The Home" collection through Tuesday, September 23rd. Cool right?

Here are 9 of my favorite home items: 

tribal inspired print in black by toni point ($38)

natural leather tray by natalie davis ($42)

petite wood bud vase by melanie abrantes ($50)

eclipse vessel in charcoal by takeawei studio ($45)

wood tillandsia planter by c.c. boyce ($35)

handmade suede leather bowls by kathleen turner ($20)

serving bowl by keith kreeger ($68

leather + copper air plant holder by kathleen turner ($35)

handmade cotton napkins by alisa curiel ($12)

 

After you're done here, don't forget to head over to Great.ly to check out my entire "For The Home" collection. Mention my name and they'll give you a free lollipop – not really, but definitely free shipping. 

Happy shopping, folks!