SUN SOUL STYLE X LONNY MAG : DO'S AND DON'TS OF DESIGNING A SMALL SPACE

Designing a small space? No, you don't have to get rid of all of your earthly possessions - but you do need to go in with a plan and get creative.  Head over to Lonny Magazine to check out of my tips on making the most of your small space and some of my favorite multi functional pieces! 

Found: Plug-In Sconces

There's nothing that really makes a bedroom quite like sconces flanking a bed - but they can also be used in pretty much any room - they're super functional, you can stick them up anywhere, and they totally make a statement. Luckily for us renters, there are tons of plug-in sconces out there that don't require an electrician (or approval from your landlord). Check out my picks below!

Photography by  Carol Vaziri

Photography by Carol Vaziri

Photography by  Carol Vaziri

Photography by Carol Vaziri

Photography by  Carla Choy

Photography by Carla Choy

Photography by  Julia Sperling

Photography by Julia Sperling

Photography by  Susanna Deutsch

Photography by Susanna Deutsch

Photography by  Susanna Deutsch

Photography by Susanna Deutsch

Photography by  Julia Sperling

Photography by Julia Sperling

Photography by  Carla Choy

Photography by Carla Choy

Photography by  Carla Choy

Photography by Carla Choy

Photography by  Carla Choy

Photography by Carla Choy

Photography by  Samara Vise

Photography by Samara Vise

Sun Soul Style Plug-In Sconce Round Up

Under $50 (from left to right) Aged Zinc Ethan Wall Sconce $29.99 via World Market // Transitional 1-Light Bronze Swing Arm Sconce $44.09 via Overstock // Geneva Glass Wall Sconce $49.99 via Target // Brass Nook Pivoting Wall Sconce $44.99 via World Market // Evie Sconce $49 via Urban Outfitters // Black Metal Accordion Wall Sconce $44.99 via World Market

$50 - $100: Myers Sconce $98 via Urban Outfitters // Ditte Wall Sconce $89 via Urban Outfitters // Cartwright Sconce $99 via Lamps Plus // AJ Wall Lamp $99 via France and Son // Simon Adjustable Sconce $89 via Urban Outfitters50

$100 - $150 : Mantis Wall Sconce $149 via CB2 // Chelsea Double Sconce $149 via Urban Outfitters // Cylinder Task Wall Light $119 via Rejuvenation // Antony Wall Sconce $125 via France and Son // Elise Adjustable Sconce $126 via Pottery Barn

$150+ : The Emily and Meritt Leather Sconce $198 via Pottery Barn // Pelle Sconce Long Gooseneck $179 via West Elm // Conical Wall Lamp $165 via France and Son // Simone Double Plug-In Sconce $399 via Schoolhouse Electric // Donna Plug-In Sconce $499 via Schoolhouse Electric // Ava Wall Sconce $670 via Lostine

Target's Newness Is Giving Me ALL The Feels

I was having some SERIOUS post-vacation blues this morning, but then I went on the internet and saw Target's new home collection and life is ALL GOOD now. Do yourself a favor and swoop up these babies before they go out of stock! My faves curated for your shopping pleasure below. 

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Holiday Gift Guide

 

As many of you can relate I'm sure, the fact that the internet is blowing up with sales today is somewhat helping me come out of my turkey/carb/sugar bubble and back into reality. I'm definitely one of those naysayers who turns my nose up at anyone who would wait in line for a plasma the day after Thanksgiving, but hey - if I can do it from the comfort of my couch, I'm game!  Lucky for you, I've put together a sweet little gift guide for everyone on your list this holiday season - right in time to take care of the MAJOR sale happening over at One Kings Lane. Whether its your childhood best friend or your new mother-in-law who has ... er, "particular" taste, I've got you covered. Plus, I've taken care of the boys in your life (of all ages) AND the little ones (because is it just me or is EVERYONE we know having babies?!) 

Click here or the image above to view the sale. Run, don't walk - sale ends tonight! 

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