I love seeing beachside homes incorporate natural wood. What I love even more is when Montauk inspired prints are added to the mix! I recently came across this beachside boho breakfast nook and thought it would be fun to recreate the look for less. You can create this entire nook for under $1,300 dollars or less if you find different pillows and art (hello, Home Goods!).
My favorite design element in this room has to be the white tulip table which I’m sure you’ve seen all over the web. Ikea makes a very popular version for only $179 dollars. What I love most about the classic tulip table is that it can work throughout numerous rooms within your home. Try mixing your tulip table with eames style chairs as seen in the room above or even wishbone dinning chairs for an eclectic mix.
Would you recreate this look in your home? Xo. Lauren
You know I love a good bar cart, especially when it comes in gold and is topped off with my favorite accessories. I have seen this bar cart across the web but can’t wrap my head around the $1,000 price tag.
So instead of investing a pretty penny into pricey furniture, I’ve rounded up a few key pieces on how you can get the look for less.
Insert Target. I’ve been such a fan of this pretty little bar cart for months. I’ve blogged about it many a times, but it really is so versatile and can be used a number of different ways! And can we talk about the $100 dollar price point for a second? Yes, please.
When it comes to accessoriszing a bar cart or creating a little “cocktail corner” like this one pictured above, it really is quite easy and only comes down to a few key elements:
The first is the bar cart (trick: if you don’t have a bar cart place a low bookshelf in a corner that has a similar height and width). Target and One Kings Lane both have great affordable bar cart options.