18 Decor Finds Under $100.

Each season I like to check out all the new offerings at my favorite home design sites. It's a great way to see the trends and there's always several items that catch my eye. The best part is finding those hidden gems that are under $100. (but look much more expensive). Today, I've rounded up my latest finds, and included a few perennial top picks as well, like this fun Greek Key lumbar pillow seen here in our place in Florida.

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More finds under $100. here and here.


Home Tour: Artist Katie Schelter's Cheerful and Vibrant Abode

I was so happy to stumble upon Domino's feature of New York City based artist Katie Schelter's light filled and colorful home. Much like this talented artist's watercolors, this apartment is filled with shades of pink, playful patterns and plenty of flowers. Beautifully captured by photographer Patrick Cline, I can't get enough of Katie's gallery walls and inspiring work space.


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Five Beauty Products To Try This Fall

Despite my best efforts, I always manage to get a little more sun on my face than I intend to. While I do enjoy a little color, the end result is always dry and dull looking skin. After speaking with some friends and testing out some samples, I've rounded up a few products that I intend to try this fall. (And one that I already love.:)

1. Tata Harper Resurfacing Mask:  Refreshes and gets rid of dull skin cells for a brighter look.

2. Diptyque Do Son Perfume Oil Roll On: 
Subtle hints of summer in a bottle, keep it in your bag or desk drawer for warm weather vibes all year long.

3. Dr. Jart Water Replenshment Cotton Sheet Mask:  An all natural face mask that soothes and moisturizes.

4. Peter Thomas Roth Rose Stem Cell Bio Repair Cream: Moisturize and soothe with rose serums and essential oils.

5. La Pure Luxury Collagen Eye Masks:  A refreshing and relaxing way to de-puff tired eyes.


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Weekend Wrap Up

I took this photo last summer at our local farmer's market...and I don't think I've been back since! A return trip for more peaches and whatever else looks fresh is high on my list of things to do this weekend. I'm also thinking about frozen cocktails, oysters, pool time and long walks (which may or may not involve ice cream cones)...In other words, I'm hoping to soak up as much summer as I still can.  A few other things of interest....

-LOVE this teacher''s homework policy...let's hope it really does go viral!

-How To Keep Your Home From Looking Dated

-The prettiest cheese board...ever.

-Huggie Earrings are back in style! (yay:0)

-9 new things to zhush up your work space.

-Picked up these pretty towels earlier this week-  more on this shopping excursion here.

-6 Tips for Minding Your Email Manners.

-My friend started a great blog for those of you planning on looking at colleges with your kids!


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Serena and Lily In Westsport

Through the years I've bought some great home decor pieces and art online from Serena and Lily (specifically this mirror and these baskets) so I was very excited when I heard this California based company had opened a concept store close to my home here in Connecticut. It took me awhile, but I finally made the trip to Westport yesterday (these photos are from Architectural Digest - you can see my own over on Instagram and Snapchat @zhush). I fell in love with the whole space.

Serena and Lily took over a four story historical Victorian and completely renovated it. It was so fun to slowly roam the floors of this chic store, beautifully designed to look like a home. I was hoping to get some ideas for a playroom/kid's space for our house, but there wasn't a room set up this way. However, a very helpful sales associate told me the whole space is changing after September 11, and they plan to feature couches, living rooms and family rooms. I'll be sure to stop by again and check it all out.

If you live in the area, I recommend stopping by-everything they sell is beautiful online, but even prettier in person! Scroll through below for even more of my favorite Serena and Lily finds.


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