DULY NOTED :: 5.30

Whew! What a crazy little week we had around here! Those three-day weekends certainly do a girl in. But, no rest for the weary as we’ll be workin’ through the weekend on some fun stuff, like our next dinner party at the studio for our supper club series! I can’t wait to share some of the recipes with you. In the meantime… a few links for the weekend!



1 // My guy and I have pledged to make June a healthier eating month, so I’m starting by buying a spiralizer – the kitchen accessory that helps you make ‘noodles’ out of veggies – then trying this recipe for zuchinni pasta with mint-pea pesto.

2 // Why has purchasing a seasonal iphone case become so satisfying? Don’t fight it. Just indulge in something cheerful and perfect for summer, like this ‘hello sunshine’ case from rifle paper.

3 // I suddenly cannot get enough of yellow in my life. And since tribal styles seem to be all the rage, I guess that makes this necklace a necessity?

4 // The bad news: this headboard is totally sold out at Urban Outfitters. The good news? It’s so just waiting to be DIY’d. Brass tacks tucked into tufting? Easy peasy. If you’ve got a tufted headboard, I say go for it!

5 // I’ve been drooling over this Homepolish makeover with Fashiontoast for a while now – I had to mention it. Have you checked out their site? There’s some seriously good interiors stuff going on there.

6 // I love the contrast of the glamorous gold leaf and ceramic in this little vessel. Perfect for flowers, makeup brushes, pencils… just about anything, right? I think I need…

6 responses on “DULY NOTED :: 5.30

  1. Ashley Minck

    These are all perfect! I love the ceramic and gold leaf together! The texture on that vase is the perfect backdrop against the gold! Please give an update on how the spiralizing works. I am dying to get one, but I haven’t taken the leap yet!


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Cassandra LaValle is the founder and editor-in-chief of coco+kelley where she explores trends in fashion, decor and entertaining, highlighting pieces that exude classic design and glamour. As a designer, she consults clients across the globe on styling their homes and private events from her offices in Seattle.

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