Gloomy L.A. weather has me feeling (or craving) blue in the best way. Inspired by dreamy constellations, above are my blue and star-like picks.
A solid blue rug is surprisingly neutral. The Loloi Byron rug in Bluestone above is pricey for me, but the Crate and Barrel Baxter rug in Indigo is a more budget-friendly alternative and still great quality.
This simple, modern, gold chandelier is delicate, not too dramatic, but still a stand-out statement fixture.
A painted pillow can be a unique addition to any couch, and add interest against solid colors.
These Nalani blue heels from Sole Society are professional with just enough badass-ness to wear around the office. I need them!
Constellation jewelry can be dainty, different, and personal. There are a lot of options on Etsy, like the Aries necklace pictured above, but Baublebar has also caught on to the trend with their constellation ear crawler and stud.
With jewelry as pretty as that, you’ll need a beautiful jewelry dish to set them in, such as this one from Suite One Studio. Anything and everything from on that site is a stunning one-of-a-kind piece. If you see something you love, buy it! There will never be another one exactly like it.
Lastly, my constellation obsession started while searching for blue art to dress my walls. I came across this beautiful watercolor print on The Aestate and it was love! Even better, you can buy each zodiac sign as it’s own individual print from their etsy shop. If blue isn’t your color, you can find the black and white options below from GirlAndParrot.
Other gorgeous zodiac prints can be found on Minted by the talented Annie Clark. These three words – watercolor & gold foil – make my eyes widen with excitement. See for yourself!
Now excuse me while I spend these rainy days online shopping!