I’ve been a huge Lilly Pulitzer fan for years, especially vintage Lilly. Some of my favorite dresses are old Lilly shifts from my mother and grandmother! I was quite excited when the Lilly x Potter Barn collaboration was announced, and hoped that it would be as good as their last one. It just launched last week and I am completely in love! While I would love to invest in many of the pieces, sadly I don’t have a room that needs wallpaper, nor do I need another slipper chair. However, some of the smaller home accessories are just perfect and are easy to incorporate into everyday life! Below are my top picks from the collection.
I love blue and white designs and I’m a big fan of classic prints. “Well Connected” in blue is just perfect–a fun print without being too overwhelming. I love this slipper chair and this armchair!
This indoor/outdoor rug would be perfect in a poolhouse or on a patio, especially in conjunction with this chair and ottoman.
I’m always looking for good cocktail glasses and these definitely fit the bill! I think I’ll have to invest in the highball ones! Plus, they are a great price at $26 for a set of four.
This self-adhesive wallpaper (pictured above!) is perfect for apartment rentals, as you can easily remove it! It’s in my new favorite “Well Connected” print, and it is an easy way to add some fun yet classic design to an otherwise sterile space. If you’re looking for a more permanent addition, there are three more options as well!
Obviously I’ve been in a baby frame of mind lately! While we decided to go with white sheets for his crib, we did get a Roberta Roller Rabbit quilt for a pop of color. That said, I wouldn’t say no to these adorable bedding sets or this fantastic crib skirt. I’ve actually been on the hunt for one and this fits the bill–and the room–perfectly!
Last but not least: this elephant rocker. My boarding school has a traditional game every year–the entire school, including teachers, is divided into two teams. Even though my team’s mascot is not an elephant, we have an unofficial mascot in the form of Hannibal, a toy elephant, similar to this one. I think that would be so fun to incorporate one of my favorite school memories into the nursery!