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LET SUMMER LINGER :: A GIVEAWAY!

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Tomorrow marks the official first day of fall on the calendar, and I can hardly believe this summer has flown by so quickly! I have to say it was one of the more memorable ones for me. So, to celebrate two of the most important moments of the season, we’re doing a little giveaway to […]

124 responses on “LET SUMMER LINGER :: A GIVEAWAY!

  1. Forrest Carlile

    Is this where u leave a comment?! 1st time! I don’t share personal stuff, but i am inspired and i love your blog. I lost my sweet 7 year old recently and my favorite memory this summer was going to long beach with my 3 other children and husband and writing letters to her, putting them into a vintage bottle we found while picking, and throwing it far out into the ocean on her birthday. Then for hours we ran aimlessly far out into the tide in the evening. I have never been more sad and happier at the same time. I felt free, i felt her…

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    1. Cassandra LaValle Post author

      forrest, what a touching comment – i am so so sorry for your loss, and what a beautiful memory to have. sad and beautiful at the same time. it sounds like the ocean is as special to you and your family as it is to me!

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  2. Eva

    my favorite memory from this summer is taking our puppy to the dog beach at lake tahoe for the first time. she loved it! and it was a beautiful day!!

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  3. Cathleen K

    A (triathlon) training weekend in Chelan in early July – swimming, biking, running, wine tasting, BBQs, and lots of laughs with great friends! And a bunch of sunshine.

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  4. Christina

    Favorite summer memory: Fourth of July vacation with my boyfriend and family at our grandparent’s mountain house. The house is in a small, lake communitiy in northwestern PA, and we got to watch my younger siblings take part in the the quaint Fourth of July parade they hold each year along Main Street, which is no more than two blocks long and is crowded with all the summer residents. Maybe it was the old houses and the small town feel, but it was all very nostalgic.

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  5. Katie Wilkes

    I went wine tasting with a small group of girlfriends at the very beginning of the summer. It was one of the first nice days we had this year. We brought a super-fancy picnic lunch a la trader joes and had a wonderful time!

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  6. kristin

    my favorite summer memories are at the swim club. Hours in the pool, on the tennis court, in the pavilion. It was the best!

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  7. Candice

    My favorite summer memory was getting the chance to sit outside on restaurant patios, drinking cocktails and loving the sunshine.

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  8. Amelia S

    My favorite memory from this summer was lying under the stars on the beach with my boyfriend, listening to the waves crash after dinner with my family. It was the first time he joined my family and I on vacation. It was amazing.

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  9. Annie

    My favorite summer memory was spending the weekend up at Whidbey Island, WA. The weather was perfect, the water was so beautiful, and it was just a bunch of friends talking and laughing over food and wine.

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  10. Erin

    My favorite memory is going to Rhode Island for the weekend with a bunch of my friends and skinny dipping early in the morning on the beach!

    erinldepew (at) gmail (dot) com

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  11. Kelli

    My favorite summer memory would have to be sitting on the beach in Brigantine with me mother – enjoying the cool breeze, warm sand under my toes, and my September issue of Vogue, when this bold seagull swooped down and took a bite out of my sandwich I was holding in my hand eating. My mom did not even have time to warn me. I heard her holler but it was too late! It was funny. I was advertising the sandwich way to much for the seagull I guess, he couldn’t resist.

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  12. Kayley

    Corporate life means hardly any vacatons during the summer (no one warned me of this in college!). Still, when my dream of treating my mom to a weekend in Savannah fell through, I booked a flight to surprise her for her birthday instead. Yes, it may have been only 23 hours total but those 23 hours were full of laughter, scouring the farmer’s market, linking elbows, and one lovely brunch and 4 mimosas. It was by far my most beloved summer memory.

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  13. Carolina

    I open your faboulous blog everyday from work and when i get home….. you have inspired me so much, im going to a trip to my country Colombia Sa and i looked at your fashion so i can be as stylish as you when i get there!!!! to me, this is the best blog ever, you’re so talented….i will always wish you luck, happiness and good friends… ciao

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  14. Carolina

    i forgot to tell you about my best summer time: back in my country we have summer all year round, trees and flowers are always blooming and the smell of some flowers there are just amazing, we have a great variety of tropical fruits and the vendors had so many colorful flowers and fruits ouside the plaza.. so i can just see you picturing this in your mind Lol….. i miss the colors, the smell and the tastes!!!!! i’ll be there in october and i’m going to take so many pics and eat all those wonderful fruits…i hope you can go to my country someday and see what summer is like ther ” FLAVORS” ;)

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  15. Emily

    My favorite summer memory is my entire week spent at Lake Tahoe; boating, swimming and hiking. It was heaven, I almost cried when I had to get back to reality.

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  16. Lauren

    Spending Labor Day weekend buying my wedding dress with my mom and the groom’s mom. It’s the first weekend our families have spent much time together and it’s the closest I’ve felt with my mother in law. Days shopping, nights with the guys grilling out…it was an absolutely perfect weekend!

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  17. Lindsay

    My favorite summer memory was experiencing our daughter swim in the Mediterranean for the first time. We had tried to convince her to come in with us all summer (she would only wade in at the beach – she wouldn’t swim out) but two days before we departed France she came in with us, kicked around, and had a wonderful time. It was one of life’s little milestones that will forever be marked in my memory.

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  18. Natalie G

    My favorite summer memory was spending time at the beach with my mom! She has been sick and the day we went to the beach she felt great!

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  19. sarah

    my absolute favorite summer memory was the Caribbean wine festival. great food, good wine, fresh air with the sweet Caribbean tunes helping my cares drift away. it was pleasurable for all senses!

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  20. sarah ann

    discovering a beach on whidbey island and lying about with my love. followed by moon rise kingdom and a yummy local dinner. if only summer could last forever!

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  21. Manette Gutterman

    Favorite summer memory was my husband’s band Sea Hero opening for Lee Renaldo (of Sonic Youth) and getting to meet Lee too.

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  22. Frances Favela

    My favorite summer memory is the summers growing up in San Diego. On summer nights I would be right next to the ocean at 2am in the morning (when the clubs were closing) and it was still 85 degrees out but with a gorgeous sea breeze. There is nothing like it in the world….sigh

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  23. Sapphire

    A few years ago, I was diagnosed with a trying autoimmune disease. This summer, I found out that the medication I have been taking for the last few years has had little effect on slowing the progression and I’ve started a new medication with even more difficult side-effects. This has been a difficult summer, yet one of the most exciting summers I have had.
    On an evening when I was feeling horrible after having taken this new medication, I almost cancelled plans to go out to dinner with some friends, but decided last minute to attend; It is summer, after all! That night I met some very interesting people, one of whom has handed me an opportunity that has essentially allowed me to start my own consulting business. This is my favorite summer memory and it has shown me that I have so much to look forward to and to work towards!

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  24. CindyE

    Hi, I visit your blog often! My favorite summer memory is watching my 2 year old grandson Jack running through the back yard with his arms outstretched – and, my son and daughter-in-law getting married – a beautiful outdoor wedding at the lake!

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  25. Kelly

    One of my favorite summer memories was jumping off of the deck of our water bungalow into the warm lagoon waters off Tahiti. The exotic fish were spellbinding.

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  26. Lauren g

    My favorite summer memory is our 4th of july parties as a child. I had a pool and me and my friends would swim while the dads set off fireworks.

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  27. Heather

    My absolute favorite summer memory was getting engaged during an impromptu trip to the beach. After a night of everything going anything but according to plan (3 hours of standstill traffic, the kitchen of the local restaurant closing early by time we got there, etc.), we had a dinner consisting of a bottle of wine and pizza on the beach and once we made our way back to the house, he proposed!

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  28. Desiree {CHIC COASTAL LIVING}

    My favorite summer memory this year was our family 3 week road trip up the East Coast to Cooperstown New York for my son’s baseball tournament and then Southampton day trip and a week in North Carolina where we hiked all of the falls that were in the Hunger Games movie….bast summer ever!

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  29. Janna

    Favorite summer memory was our honeymoon to ocracoke-sitting on the beach, riding bikes around the island and eating fresh fish right on the docks. Need to go back again!

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  30. Melanie

    So many great summer memories, but my absolute favorites are our time in L.A. with our friends and family exploring an area we’d never been to before.
    Thanks for a chance at a sweet giveaway!

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  31. Erin

    My idea of a perfect summer day has always been a day at the beach. But my favorite memory of this summer was probably at my bf’s family Lakehouse. On the lake, with the surrounding mountains, we tried stand up paddle boarding- so fun & what a workout! But the best part was my puppy jumping on and going for a ride on my board ;) A day on the water, either the ocean or the lake is the best!

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  32. Inge

    My favorite memory of this summer was definitely that evening when we sipped from a good glass of wine in the South of France and watched the sun go down from our little house we rented. At night my husband and I watched the stars… there were sooo many of them, much more than where we live! I loved the warm long evenings there, I miss it… And I miss summer.

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  33. Dotti O

    My absolutely favorite memory of the summer was what some may consider a little on the boring side….but to me, it was the essence of summer. Not doing too much, and not feeling guilty about it. Just sitting in my lounge chair on the beach at Tybee Island, GA, drinking my coke, watching people walk by, looking at favorite magazines, and thinking about how fortunate I was to have this little luxury.

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  34. Sandra Carey

    Sitting in a low slung beach chair close to the surf on Pawley’s Island, digging up sharks teeth with my toes in the sand. Then going to one of those funky little shops on the “strip” in Myrtle Beach and having a pair of tiny black teeth wrapped in gold wire and made into pierced earrings. I still have my Pawley’s Island Shark Tooth earrings and wear them every time I go to the beach! It brings back memories of those early days when I fell in love with the sand and the sea!

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  35. emmy

    road trip with girlfriends to a little lake in CT, where we rented a cabin and played outside (a la summer camp), took naps in the shade, floated in tubes in the lake and had bonfires at night.

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  36. Kendra

    My favorite summer memory was a camping trip I took with my husband for our first anniversary. We went to Central Oregon for a week of hiking, kayaking and playing in the beautiful town of Bend. There’s nothing like a week in the woods!

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  37. Aileen

    My favorite summer memory was attending my younger sister’s wedding in Northern California. I was the Maid of Honor, it was a blast!!!

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  38. BRITTANY

    My favorite memory of summer was spending it with my younger cousin (of about 13 years), Lindsey! Spending quality time with family is always important, but to be able to do so the entire summer was a plus! :]

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  39. Charmain

    My favorite memory this summer was sipping wine and eating flat bread pizzas at a winery with friends. It was a warm sunny day and we weren’t rushed or harried to be somewhere else. So relaxing to be in the moment.

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  40. Lauren

    My favorite memory of summer is having endless hours as a teenager to read from my favorite authors such as Austen, Brontes and Dickens.

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  41. Laurel

    Running through the rain with my husband on our wedding day! We had sun, rain, hail, and then sun again so just embraced it all. It was a wonderful day and most definitely a summer highlight.

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  42. Lisa-Lila

    ~~*~~Dear Coco & Kelly~~*~~

    In a nutshell – The definition of True Summer Glory; had to be my trip to see the Orca Whales in Victoria, British Columbia.

    Imagine watching families of Orcas dancing around your boat, while the sunshine fills the air.

    A truly memorable experience!

    Lisa-Lila

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  43. Cassandre

    Having gelato in Nice with my mother this last summer, not sure if the beauty of the south of France or the delicious flavors made it so momorable… she had violet and rosmary and i decided on citron meringue et thyme. Delicious!

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  44. Lauren

    my favorite memory of summer has been having bbq’s with family and enjoying this (surprisingly nice!) seattle weather this far into September!

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  45. Christine

    My favorite memory from this summer has to be my nephew’s 2nd birthday party! Loved spending the day with family and watching my little nephew play with his friends and eat cake.

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  46. mridula

    so many family events this summer, some somber and others joyful. The highlight was my sister-in-law’s wedding. She was so beautiful. My kids got to see how true love becomes a deep commitment.

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  47. Colleen

    We had a fish fry in our back yard to celebrate our good friend’s birthday. It was the perfect way to end summer: under the stars and twinkle lights with good friends, some Motown, and a glass (or two!) of pinot grigio.

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  48. Lucy

    There were so many great moments in the summer of 2012, but the first one that pops into my mind was attending the Minnesota State Fair. Cheese curds for everyone!

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  49. Corinna

    At the very tail end of this summer my sister and I jetted off to Amsterdam, then rented a car to drive around Holland and Belgium. The best moment was walking the canals of Amsterdam looking in the beautiful windows of gorgeous homes in the Jordaan district. Magical Europe!

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  50. Rose

    My favorite summer memory would have to be going home to the Midwest for my birthday this year (the first one I’ve spent at home in 4 years!) to see one of my good friends, also an East Coast transplant, get married to an amazing man! (Not to mention, I had a really cute date-and probably the best birthday yet!)

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  51. elaine

    My favorite memory was just sitting around the grill with all of my friends on the 4th of July. The perfect summer activity!

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  52. Lindsay M

    My favorite summer wedding was definitely marrying my awesome guy. Followed by being apart of my best friends big days.

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  53. MRS Jen

    I finally got married! I’m the last of my friends to tie the knot and it was wonderful. A small intimate personal ceremony outside in Seattle (the only month that we can count on for no rain :). August). I now am a mrs :).

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  54. Cher

    I didn’t get to create as many summer memories as I would’ve liked to this summer :(

    But I had some great beach days with my sisters on those 90+ degree days. That was the best.

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  55. Jen Lozano

    Favorite Summer Memory ~ summer break from school, where I spent my entire day in my roller skates, coloring, playing in the mud. During these long days of summer, playing with my friends in the street until dusk, when mom would call you home for dinner. :)

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  56. NoRa

    My favorite memory of this summer was the wedding of my cousin. Everything was so chic and cute (a little castle in a winery, a perfect weather…) and it was above all the occasion since many years to get ALL the family together, even the ones who live outside France ! Just perfect and unforgetable !!

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  57. rachelle bell

    The best summer of my life was the year after my husband and I got married. We saved everything and flew to europe and had the most amazing time traveling around together… discovering a new place as a new married couple. It was incredible!

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  58. Tricia

    My favorite memories this Summer were bonfires in the backyard with the kids and romantic picnics in the park watching Shakespeare in the Park. So much fun, great giveaway thanks.

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  59. Jessica

    This is easy: long summer afternoons spent by the pool with my girlfriends! This year was the best, there was never a shortage of lipstick, laughter or Sara’s low-cal champagne mojitos!

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WIN MY BREAKFAST BAR!

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Hi, I’m Cassandra and I’m addicted to rearranging. Yes, it’s a problem, but the first step is admitting it right? The second step, of course, is securing an apartment with plenty of storage space for collections of dishes, glassware (which we’ve already talked about today), vases, and candlesticks so you have ample space to hide […]

200 responses on “WIN MY BREAKFAST BAR!

  1. ALY1981

    GAH! We are java obsessed in our household, so the creamer and sugar holder would get a nice workout by our coffee maker. I’d wipe up spills with that gorgeous tea towel. I’d sip my morning cup while checking out those beautiful vases filled with summer blooms!

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  2. null

    The vases would find a home in a small window in the dining room, and the rest would look so pretty in the kitchen! Thanks for hosting a giveaway :)

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  3. Kim @ keller-creative

    Love West Elm! I would style these items on the hutch in my kitchen and use the floating shelf in my office!

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  4. null

    Love! My husband and I just moved into a 450 square ft studio(down from 700 – yikes) and in the process have streamlined, simplified, and donated so many things we don’t need or love. Where does that leave us? Without much of anything and in want of beautiful, functional pieces like these(especially since a lot of storage is happening right on our kitchen counter)! They’d look so happy perched next to my butcher block cutting board.

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  5. Eleanor

    I’ll be moving into a historic apartment in just under 2 months-my first since graduating school and becoming a working girl! How great would it be to add some West Elm flair to my new space?!!

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  6. Sidney Ann

    Aaaaah, so many good things! I’d put the vases on my window sill to catch the light. The pitcher… is the pitcher part of the giveaway? It should be and so that would go on my kitchen nook table filled with flowers. Tea towels would hang on my little oven handle, the sugar/creamer set go next to that and my bathroom could use a new shelf.

    Boom!

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  7. Sarah

    I just discovered West Elm and am love love loving it! I’d put these in the kitchen of our new house, probably above the kitchen island I’m planning on adding. We’re moving in with pretty much no furniture so this would be a great start!

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  8. Katie Wilson

    My husband and I are moving to a new apartment next month! I would love to have these items to help decorate the new space and make it feel like home. It’s an open concept kitchen and dining and living area, so I’d place these items amongst all three.

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  9. caitlin

    I love all of these products! I live in a small apartment alone so I would hang the small spare wall in my kitchen and create my own adorable nook!

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  10. Pamela

    Yay winning! I could definitely use a new shelf and decor in our bathroom ;) the creamer and sugar holder would always be of good use in our house!

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  11. Ring

    I love West Elm! This will be perfect for our dining area….will match everything else we get from West Elm. :-)

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  12. Sarah

    In my new kitchen! I love West Elm and desperately want to add these items to my already growing West Elm collection of dishes and flatware!

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  13. Cate

    They’d all look great in my new (totally bare) apartment kitchen. I actually already have that creamer/sugar combo in my West Elm cart… I’ve been holding off on making the purchase, hoping that they’ll do a promo code for the holiday weekend!

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  14. Amber {imagine.create.play}

    Moving into a loft very soon and starting from scratch. Would live these to start off my collection!!

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  15. Carolyn Duff

    Well I love breakfast so much, my husband and I actually have breakfast for dinner every wednesday. So this would be a perfect addition to our home. We have a cool dry bar in our kitchen that I would love to store these!

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  16. Walker2B

    I recently hung a window curtain to let in more light than my shutters – sunlight on those bottles would be beautiful!

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  17. Phoebe

    Like many LA folk I live in a tiny apartment but it’s blessed with a lot of light, so like you, I’d put them near an open window to maximize their loveliness. It will sit right under a photo I took from Pike Place market. Wonderful giveaway, thank you!

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  18. Janna McCalley

    They would likely end up in my dining room where my “coffee bar” is! It’s empty at the moment and could use some help!

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  19. Unknown

    What a perfect giveaway ;) These all would be beautiful additions to my kitchen and perfect props for food photography!

    The vases would go in the windowsill above the sink and be filled with wildflowers from my backyard.
    My french press would find a new home on the floating shelf along with the cream sugar holder and a jar filled withStumptown coffee beans. One tea towel hung nicely on rack the oven door, and the other laid flat underneath the pitcher filled with white peonies in the center of the kitchen table.

    Thank you Happy Spring ;)

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  20. Lori

    I have been eyeing those beautiful vases for awhile now! There is a perfect spot on my kitchen counter for it all!

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  21. Steph

    What a great give away, I’m moving this summer as well and they would add a great touch to my kitchen and/or dining room!

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  22. Sarah Hulbert Style

    Firstly, I hope you never lose the rearranging addiction. It’s so fun and it’s the cheapest way to redecorate your home! As for the accessories, I’d probably use them to rearrange my coffee bar. They’d fit in perfectly with my black ‘n’ white French aesthetic. I like to perpetuate my coffee-addicted-Seattlite stereotype in style!!!

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  23. sydney85

    My daughter is moving into a new apartment in August. All these goodies would be a huge hit with her.

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  24. i'm melissa

    oooh la la. adore west elm decor.

    the vases would be a sweet welcome to our pretty plain mantel. i’d love to nestle the other items on the kitchen counter with the canisters and coffee pot.

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  25. Jamie K

    I would definitely style this on my back kitchen counter, looking outside, where I escape to quick visual moment of relaxation, before being interrupted by my two precious bambinos

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  26. Gwynne

    My boyfriend and I are moving into a new apartment this weekend and this would be great for our “dining” corner.

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  27. Quelle Rigolade

    I would style them on a little shelf in my living room. Unfortunately my tiny NYC kitchen barley has enough counter space for a small cutting board!

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  28. null

    This breakfast bar would be beautiful in my new exposed brick kitchen in Seattle! This is my first apartment (I am currently living in a giant house with tons of girls at UW) and have been saving up home decor for what seems like FOREVER!

    My mom’s family is from Greece, and I have a bunch of these little delicate teacups with gold filigree on them. I would put them on the bottom tier of the breakfast bar.

    My new place (just saying that makes me so excited!) is across the street from one of Seattle’s best farmer’s markets, and I have ever intention of going every weekend to get fresh flowers. Hydrangeas are my absolute favorite, so I would gather these in messy organic bundles on the top in old assorted crystal vases and mason jars!

    I am an art major, and therefor have a giant collection of photographs and paintings from all over that I am looking for creative ways to store. While I had the West Elm breakfast bar against my wall I would lean my art against the wall. I think it would be a great little “shelf” area for some great photos.

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  29. preppylove

    Amazing! West Elm is so awesome! I live in a house with two other girls and we actually have a giant kitchen so I would style it all there!

    xoxo

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  30. Jenny @ Spry On The Wall

    I would put the vases in my living room and the rest near our own espresso machine! Fun!

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  31. Adrienne_Nicole_Newcomb

    Love this! I have so many knooks and shelves in my open kitchen living space that would just be perfect with all these new additions! And my kitchen could really use a few picky-me-uppers!

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  32. Lindsay J

    I just got a job au pairing in Paris starting in August. My little teeny, tiny studio apartment will have a small kitchenette and cupboards. I think these are perfect and will be just what I need over there! (and it would save me the time of finding dishware over there!) Fingers crossed!

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  33. Mel

    I live in a small cottage and just got a rustic buffet for storage..those would look great styled on top!

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  34. Melissa

    I would love to win these! I would hang the shelve and vases in my bedroom and put buds from the garden in them, and would use the cream and sugar set as a tea set when I had company. I’d put sugar cubes in one, and slices of lemon in the other.

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  35. Emily

    Oooh. I love them all. I would put the vases on my awkwardly bare mantle, and the rest will hang on my breakfast bar. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  36. Elizabeth

    These are just darling. I would put them in the space between the living room and kitchen – the tiniest of halls. Just a nice place to keep them available for a little sip.

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  37. Diet Blog!

    I would put these items on an easy-to-carry tray so I could bring them out to my balcony! I can have breakfast outside!

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  38. Lindsay

    I would definitely find places for everything! I would love to have the vases on tall white shelving we have in our bedroom and the towels and cups on our island. So cute – thanks for the give-away!

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  39. Hello Lover...

    I actually have a large west elm tray and stand that is needing some items on it and above it in order for it to be styled – these would be the perfect start, some fresh flowers and pretty design magazines and I’m set!

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  40. Splendid Sass

    I would use it in a tiny beach bungalow. No room for anything, and this would be perfect!!
    Teresa
    xoxo

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  41. null

    I love how these pieces mix with your other aesthetics! I would keep them out on my counter for everyday use. So lovely!

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  42. null

    Lovely!
    Glass vases one of my favorites. Not only for holding flower arrangements, but the beauty of the glass themselves. Perfect accompaniments for the glass vases in the bay window
    above my kitchen sink.

    The cream and sugar set would be part of my daily cup of morning tea.

    As for the pitcher – so very useful and beautiful in any room in my home.

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  43. Meghan

    Aww so sweet! The cream/sugar/pitcher would look fantastic on my floating rustic wood shelves, against the black chalkboard wall, in my kitchen. The glass bottles are just right for the window in my downstairs bathroom–plants can’t survive, but the glass could reflect some pretty light down there!

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  44. Kristen

    Oh, what a great giveaway! I Love it all! I’ve been admiring those recycled glass vases ever since they first came out… I’d put a trio of them in my bedroom with fresh fern leaves :)

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  45. Svetlana

    I have a redecoration problem! I change around my bedroom color scheme fairly often by adding on accent colors.
    I am a big fan of those glass vases! They would go perfectly with my bathroom colors. The shelf matches one that I have from Ikea! And the white ceramics would look great displayed in the kitchen.

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  46. Aurelia

    Oh my god! That’s so beautiful! Where I would style this pieces? My friend and I move in two weeks in a new home and we would have a lot of room in our new kitchen for all those amazing things! The wall coulor will be a spotless white and the kitchen furniture will be anthracite/black and all of your stuff would perfectly fit!
    xo Aurelia

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  47. Asia

    Oh! Where to start?! I’d place the vases in the corner of the ledge behind the sink that looks into our playroom. There’s a big sliding window between the two rooms with lots of light. The light refaction from the vases would be incredible.

    The pitcher would be used for fresh cut flowers, from the farmers market, on our table (very big and rustic) and I’d place one of the tea towels under it for a little texture.

    The sugar and creamer holders on bamboo tray would sit on counter next to the coffee maker (it needs a little company). The other tea towel would be used under the set when it’s on the ottoman, in the living room, for company to use after brunches.

    The floating shelf would go in a little nook on our main floor, by our stairs that needs *something*, but floor space needs to stay clear (it’s been deemed our tots’ fire truck parking lot). It’s been a hard spot to fill, but I think that shelf would be perfect.

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  48. Melissa Allam

    I live in a small apartment too, in a city only 30 min. outside Seattle. Since the shelf would not fit in the kitchen, I think I would probably style them in the dining area.

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  49. rolala

    The recycled glass vases are so pretty! This would all look smashing on my newly cleaned out kitchen counter. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  50. kelli

    love all of this and adore west elm! unfortunately i depend on the outlet store which typically doesn’t have all the new items they carry in their other stores.

    the creamer and sugar holder would be perfect for my husband to be put next to his precious coffee pot and would be great for my green tea and baking recipes with my son. i’ve always wanted a pitcher and since i just bought a juicer and usually depend on making just a cups worth, i could put the rest of it in an actual pitcher.

    the shelf would be great in our living room since we have no bookshelves and the books we do have are placed under our magazine rack with really no place to go.

    the glass vases would be perfect since my husband bought me flowers for mother’s day and had to put them in a recyclable coffee mug. we have zero vases because they’re considered not an necessary expense, but those would look amazing on our kitchen table, our coffee tables and office.

    great opportunity for fans to own these :)

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  51. Michelle

    How awesome! Love West Elm!! I have a lonely espresso machine on my kitchen counter, it would be so perfect to have these fun goodies next to it!

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  52. null

    i just bought a bunch of planters from west elm – i actually live in an apartment in NYC but i plan to pretend live in a jungle – a jungle with a coffee nook of course, and that’s where i’d arrange and re arrange these goodies. which i share the joy in. arranging things. sigh.

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  53. Jessie

    I love this! We just finished a kitchen renovation and we have a huge empty space I need to fill. It would fit in perfect with the feel of our kitchen.

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  54. Jenny N

    awesome! I just bought one of the turquoise vases last weekend. Would love some to match it! My kitchen is in desperate need of matching items. It’s the last place I think to decorate.

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  55. null

    I just got a vintage- upcycled coffee table with an original leather top oval insert and caster wheels. It’s pistachio green and sits next to only 1 of two windows in my small apartment. The glass cases would be just beautiful there. All the tea accessories would be displayed on my baker’s rack in my dining room (aka extension of living room!)

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  56. Elizabeth

    As I’m moving soon and have NOTHING to take with me these would be a WONDERFUL addition to my future kitchen!

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  57. Janelle

    These items are so cute, and perfect for my kitchen! I have a series of floating shelves waiting for some sprucing up!

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  58. Alycia

    I just bought a house (baby’s all grown up now) and I move in next month. I’d love to put these in my new kitchen!

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  59. Lindsay [rookie's nest]

    Oh my good god I want alllll of this – I think I’d recreate a bit of a breakfast bar nook and maybe spread some of the love throughout other areas of my house, too.

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  60. Chelsea

    I’m in a new apartment that I haven’t yet furnished.. this would work perfectly in our space! Love it!

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  61. Stephanie

    how fun! I’d definitely use them in my teeny tiny kitchen area. And Cassandra – I think we’re Greenlake neighbors! :)

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  62. Varty

    I would actually use the vases as a centerpiece on my dining table which sits right off of my kitchen (open plan apartment). The pitcher and and creamer and sugar holder would go perfect on my kitchen counters. I’ve been meaning to get a great new pitcher too!

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  63. Christine

    Okay the pitcher and salt and pepper tray would go on the counter. They are just too cute to put away. I’d probably put the glass vases on the deck because the colors would look pretty in the sunshine.

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  64. kathryn

    well this is wonderful timing! we have been cobbling together out new kitchen over the past few months… and (!!!) all these items would. be. perfect. on the lovely wood countertop my husband built.

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  65. HollisJ

    I have a vintage white kitchen cart that I scored at a garage sale recently for $15 — these items would look perfect on top! If I don’t win, I’m sure it will eventually be filled with West Elm items anyway — love that store (wishing there was one closer to Madison, WI, but it’s probably better that there isn’t).

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  66. Jaclyn

    Well since I am completely obsessed with all things West Elm, this is one give away I would be over the moon excited to win! These gorgeous pieces will fit perfectly in the small kitchen of our new summer home! Love, Love!!

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  67. null

    I’d style this in my breakfast nook. I’d also love to have it on wheels so that I could move the breakfast bar out to the patio for al fresco brunch with friends!

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  68. Kelley

    These pieces would fit in so well with the white ceramic pottery look I have going in my kitchen. The creamer and sugar holders might even get me to finally go buy an espresso machine like yours to really do it up in the mornings!

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  69. JeanneW

    These are lovely and in the same color scheme as my home. We have glass door kitchen cabinets built in front of large windows. It’s hard to describe but in effect, both the doors and the back of the cabinets are glass so you can see straight thru. Anyways!…I would place the glass vases in the cabinets so the sun would catch the color.

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  70. Unknown

    I’d style this in my breakfast nook. I’d also love to have it on wheels so that I could move the breakfast bar out to the patio for al fresco brunch with friends!

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  71. Ashley

    Woohoo! I love West Elm. These fabulous accoutrement would get prime side of stove real estate ;)

    xo,
    Ashley
    anylovelything.com

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  72. null

    I love all of these items! Our house has a major blue/green vibe going on so the pieces would fit right in. The sideboard in my dining room is dying for those glass bottles!

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  73. Stephanie Miller

    all of these would make a great addition to my apartment kitchen. i am looking for a shelf to hang – this would be perfect, and then i would have something to place on them!

    thanks for the great giveaway!

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  74. Brandon Smith

    So Steve would probably kick me in the tush if he found out that I was even commenting on this post quite simply because I’ve got the same addiction. With the photo shoots I’ve done and a my in-ability to keep cash in my pocket at flea markets, I’ve got a number of jam packed cabinets of dishes and glassware.

    Oh well right? Cause a girl can never have too many plates and cups and pitchers… especially when they are as fun as the sugar/creamer set and the pitcher!

    And as far as I’m concerned that huge coffee table that I just got for the living room (that is some 45″ square….) needs some fun stuff on it. And since it’s normally our breakfast/lunch/dinner table why not make it a bar too!

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  75. Dish Delish

    The glass jars would go in my bathroom, for sure! The rest would look great in our kitchen on the new island we hope to get soon!

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  76. Kelly Westover

    If all goes as we’re hoping, in a few months I’ll have a nice new kitchen to stylishly display these little lovelies in!

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  77. Leslie

    wow would be perfect instead of my oversizes Kmart table….i am just finishing up the retiling I am doing and have white painted old cabinets…soul be perfect!!!!

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  78. K.B.Adler

    I live in a little one bedroom apartment in NYC. The shelf would be a welcomed addition to my tiny kitchen. The bottles would look great on my kitchen table next to the terrarium I just got from West Elm. Such beautiful colors!

    Thank you for the giveaway!

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  79. Jessie

    We have really wide window sills that get lots of natural light (when we do get sunshine in Seattle, that is) and those glass vases would be perfect in one of the windows. The floating shelf would be perfect above our TV for a little vignette that can be rearranged time and time again.

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  80. strataflora.com

    this was one of my fave parts of your home tour! i love little vignettes. i’d definitely put most everything in my bathroom (the place that needs more storage and details!)
    fingers crossed! :)

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  81. Ryann

    remodeling our kitchen this summer and would have the perfect place for these next to our new west elm kitchen towels :)

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  82. jamie @ [kreyv]

    Holy giveaway!! The things I could do with these items! They would probably start out on my open shelving in my kitchen/dining…and then from there…the possibilities are endless!

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  83. Alison Brownrigg

    I have this cute little pass-thru from my kitchen to my eating nook – it’s currently bare and lonely. Just waiting for those accessories!

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  84. christinaw

    Oooh !! Everything would look great in the tiny kitchen my bf and I are currently renovating right now. The vases would look awesome on my window sills and go great with the walls which I painted a bluish green! I’d probably put up the shelf and everything else in the kitchen as well b/c they are all colors I love!
    Thanks!

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  85. Heather

    love this giveaway! not only am I obsessed with everything West Elm, I’m in desperate need of some help decorating my kitchen. I have an awkward set-up where we have a lot of cabinet space but not a lot of counter/display space, which means I have to hide everything. The shelf would be perfect for this HUGE blank wall we have (that I haven’t gotten around to hanging anything on…) and maybe it’d be just the incentive to add more to it :)
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  86. A Brookwell

    I LOVE all of these pieces, I would put them in my kitchen nook, close to the table where we enjoy breakfast every day. It’s a room that receives a lot of light and it’s a great way to start the morning! Thanks for sharing, the pieces are beautiful!

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  87. Angeline

    I’d style these lovely pieces in my kitchen where I took down a behemoth cabinet and replaced it with a shelf!

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  88. Unknown

    Oh the possibilities! I would love to put them in my breakfast nook, but I may have to rearrange a few times before deciding. I too am a rearranging nut!

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  89. MOM

    To be honest I would gift them to my daughter who just finished grad school, moved to a new city and just landed her first job yesterday! Be assured she would style them beautifully in her new little apartment. West Elm is her favorite store, unfortunately they do not have one in her location. Thank you for the opportunity. Joan

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  90. The Zhush

    woe, great giveaway, these would all come to live in the corner of my kitchen where my lonely coffee maker now sits.

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  91. null

    Let’s see…I’d use the shelf in my powder room, the bottles in my living room (best afternoon light) and the tea towels/creamer/sugar in the kitchen. Nice giveaway. Thanks!

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  92. MCC

    Oh my goodness! I have a sad little corner in my kitchen that only hosts my toaster…these items would look great there!

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  93. Andi of My Beautiful Adventures

    I would do something very similar to what you’ve done, because I LOVE it!!!!

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  94. Kat F.

    I have a nook in my kitchen waiting to be filled with these lovely things! It would certainly complete the look and would be useful too!

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  95. Sabrina

    I have a shelf above my kitchen sink that would hold these perfectly. And the wall over the table needs a shelf.

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  96. Summer

    I have a tray in the middle of our dining room table that I swap things in and out of (things we use during dinner, mostly) Some of these beauties would surely go there, and maybe rotate into the kitchen some too! thanks for the opportunity.

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  97. Carlye Ignatenko

    My kitchen is painted and decorated with lots of greens and blues, so all of these lovely things would look wonderful in it! I’d love to put the shelf next to my kitchen’s window seating. Thanks for the chance to win! My fingers are crossed!

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  98. Jackie, Owner of Bottle Tree Photography

    We are building a new house (to be ready in August) and are in the process of choosing our style. We have been drooling over the West Elm catalog. These items would be a perfect fit in our butler’s pantry (fancy term for tiny room that connects the dining room and kitchen).

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  99. Allison {Halcyon Style}

    First I’d pop a couple of stems on white roses in the glass bottles and then I’d arrange everything atop the “buffet” in my dining nook. My city kitchen is just too tiny!

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  100. Kim

    I juts bought a brand new credenza for my brand new apartment… and little coffee station is just the thing to place on top!

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  101. Karena

    Oh so perfect for my breakfast bar!! There is lots of light there,Although I might move the vases around depending on my mood!

    xoxo
    Karena
    Art by Karena

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  102. Skylar

    I am moving into a new apartment this weekend and have the perfect spot for these adorable items! Living in a tiny NYC apartment always makes for interesting rearranging of things. I’m always surprised how much I can fit in 500 square feet! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  103. Lilster530

    My boyfriend and I are moving in together this summer. This breakfast bar would be the first item that we would be receiving as a couple. The acessories would be a great touch to add to our kitchen and bathroom. I would like to use the bowls in the bathroom to house small soaps and would place old family photos in the vintage glass bottles. A beautiful and stylish way to start a new chapter in our lives.

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  104. Andrea

    OH gosh. I love Mah morning cappuccino..(yes I’m a coffee snob) and I already have a space where I brew my morning concoction to help start my day. Banana Peanut Butter Cappuccino anyone? I call that on “The Elvis”. These would look fab in my already neurotically clean granit countertops. :}

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  105. Sarah J

    I just bought and repainted a dining room buffet off of Craigslist for my new apartment. I would style the vases on here and the other products in the kitchen. Thank you!

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  106. mina

    I love the idea of a breakfast bar!! It’s my favorite meal of the day. The perfect time to get myself together before I tackle the day. I’d use all the pieces to create the perfect morning!

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  107. Jess Slater

    i love re-arranging things too! since my apartment is small it’s easy to make a big impact with just a few little changes. i think i would put these in the kitchen/living room area since those are pretty much the same room :)

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  108. Jenny Lee

    I am in love with all of those products! The would be wonderful right above our small wet bar to place extra glasses and bowls for munchies. Our guests would probably admire the winnings over their drinks!

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  109. Nicole

    All these beautiful things would work perfectly in my kitchen/dining room area, which is still looking a little bare since I moved in.

    Thanks!

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  110. null

    We are just finishing up a 2 year renovation of a 1974 house. My favorite part is the atrium in the middle of the home, right off the master bedroom. It’s where I plan to have my morning coffee. And the little coffee bar i have planned would be finished off perfectly with all of these! Thank you for the inspiration…

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  111. Haylee

    Ahh these are all so gorgeous. I’m moving out soon (to my first apartment!) and these would so come in handy to have for my new kitchen.

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  112. null

    Wow. decisions decisions. I love love love the 3 glass vases and actually the colors would work perfectly in my bathroom. I’d mount the floating self in my bathroom and then add the 3 vases there. Maybe even picking up a flower such as a tulip for each at a local farmers market. Always nice to have pleasant surroundings when you get ready in the morning.

    As for the cream and sugar holders those have to go on my small natural wood island. I make my espresso every morning so they need to be accessible.

    Now all I need is a juicer so I can put fresh OJ in the pitcher! Until then I’ll just add cucumber to water and set on my counter for a spa experience at home.

    Great giveaway coco kelley and West Elm!

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  113. null

    My kitchen is lucky enough to have cupboards with glass doors, so you can see right through. I’d love to spend some time rearranging the items on the shelves, and would love to include these pieces in there for everyone to see!

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  114. sarahbarksdaledesign.com

    This breakfast Bar idea is awesome! I moved into a new apartment and I don’t have enough furniture to fill the place yet. This would fit perfect in my dining/sun room!!

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  115. null

    thank you for the wonderful giveaway offer! I would love to use these products to organize the last room in my home ~ kitchen. I have nada for the coffeemaker, wine, sugar, olive oil etc. Thank you!

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  116. trish3677

    All the new pieces would look perfect in the center of my kitchen, on what is currently a boring white wall/ugly counter!

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  117. Julie Khuu

    Sweeeeeet! What an awesome giveaway! I recently set up a mini-bar right next to my patio so I could enjoy coffee in the morn and wine come dusk…nothing like relaxing outside when the weather in SoCal is simply beautiful this time of year! These would make a fantastic addition! Thanks C!

    xo-Julie
    julie@juliekhuu.com

    Peace. Love. LOL!

    Haute Khuuture Blog

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  118. Itsme_Linz

    What beautiful pieces! I would love to win these to add to my kitchen!!! I am been dreaming of rearranging the space above my mircowave these pieces would be perfection!!!!Thanks for the oppertunity :)

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  119. Bethany [at] Powell Brower Home

    for real? what an awesome giveaway – best one yet!

    id like to add all of this to the corner of my counter and make a breakfast bar and maybe add a shelf or two :)

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  120. Finsta

    I love these west elm goodies! I moved into my fiancé’s home (now our home:)) this year and it still needs some feminine touches, as well as, items that are for both of us!. The sugar and milk holder has the perfect spot next to my white bowl size coffee mugs in my open china cabinet.

    The vintage looking vases, which are my favorite, would be perfect in my bathroom on the shelf next to our window holding flowers. Also, I have been collecting a bunch of colorful glass vases for the flowers used in the center pieces for my wedding reception at an Apple orchard, so these would be a great addition!

    Thanks for the opportunity!

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  121. HLWadell

    I love breakfast; favorite meal of the day. And after refinishing all the floors in my house (with my boyfriends help), the breakfast bar would be a nice addition to the kitchen!

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  122. AnnaBee

    I love this! My bf and I just moved into a sweet little house in Greenwood with a breakfast nook that is still empty (2 months later, much to my embarrassment). We’re still hunting for the perfect small table and comfy chairs, and these accessories would set the color palette for the entire space!

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  123. turtleandleaf

    How perfect is this giveaway!? I’m going to be moving into my own apartment in a few weeks and these items would go perfectly in my small, but cozy kitchen. And I’d definitely move the vases to a window with natural light as you did.

    Brittany

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  124. Jackie

    I would style these fabulous finds in an awkward nook in my dining area here in NYC. It wouldn’t be so awkward with these!

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  125. Unknown

    Love how you styled it all. We’d just copy exactly what you did … we too have a home espresso machine!

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  126. SophieRoseOlive

    Looks fabulous! I’d put the glass vases on my mid-century sideboard with some similar ones I have. The pitcher would look great with some brightly colored flowers on the dining table, and of course the cream and sugar holders would be welcome additions on my kitchen counter! Thanks for always adding a little fun to my day!

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  127. E. Kathleen

    I would put them all on a large wooden lazy susan smack in the middle of my table so they are always handy and always in sight!

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  128. Mayumi A. K.

    i have limited counter space so a little breakfast bar cart would be a great addition to my kitchen! i’d put the vases on my windowsill

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  129. Stephanie

    I love this! I have a pretty small kitchen, but I would hang the shelf in there and re-arrange away!

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  130. Deborah

    Love this giveaway! I’m such a fan of West Elm. I would style them in my new dining room. It’s a little on the big size and in need of some style!

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  131. Anathalia

    Wow, what a fantastic giveaway! I would love to have them all in my kitchen! They would look so great! Fingers crossed! ;)

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  132. White Rabbit

    This giveaway is just too, too good! I would use those darling glass vases for all of my garden grown flowers, though the creamer and sugar holder will get the most use of all (I am in fact a terrible caffeine lover).

    jaculberson@gmail.com

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  133. Whitney

    I’d happily style the breakfast/lunch/dinner table with these treats. Then I’d fill the table with friends and enjoy great company!

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  134. Stephanie Chan

    These are amazing pieces. So simple and cute. I would style them in my built-in bookcases in the living room.

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  135. Alicia Clinton

    love it!! i am going to style this in my tiny kitchen apartment. the shelf is the perfect size! xoxo

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GET LUXURIOUS: VERO LINENS GIVEAWAY!

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Tell me – is there anything better than freshly washed, clean, crisp white sheets? I think not… Which is why I’ve been on the hunt for some luxurious linens to top my oh so grownup new bed. The problem, of course, is that luxurious sheets are not the most affordable indulgence. Lucky for me, a few […]

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    Totally the Diamante white sheets. This is exactly what I’ve been looking for!

    I also liked them on fb. :)

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  2. null

    I would love the white diamanté king sheets. This post came at the perfect time, as I was just researching sheets online this morning! I’m also friending or liking Vero on fb right now.

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  3. Olivia McCaskill

    I hope it’s open to international people! I think I would go for the Righetta in Ivory – the stripes make them oh so much more sophisticated.

    Have liked them on FB. :)

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  4. Theblondesquad

    I would chose the Diamante sheets/duvet cover in Sable. The only problem is that I might never get out of bed if I won them. I’m willing to take that chance! :)

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    Amanda

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  5. Lindsey

    I have been on the hunt for new sheets, and these are just perfect! I love the Diamante sheets in white. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!

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  6. Rachel

    I lovelovelove the Sable Diamante – the color is a perfect match for my cream and gold bed spread! Thank you!

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  7. house of earnest

    I Love the white diamante sheets! There is just nothing quite like a set of crisp white sheets. Do they come with someone to press and starch them? :)

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  8. Karena

    Cassandra I went to the Vero site and would absolutely love to have the Diamante Sheets in White. The sound so wonderfully luxurious.

    Thank you for a great giveaway!

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    Karena
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  9. Elizabeth

    There is nothing better than freshly washed, clean, crisp white sheets. I couldn’t agree more. I would love love love a set of the white diamante sheets or a queen duvet cover.

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  10. Ashley E

    oh yay, oh yay, I’ve been looking for new sheets! I would pick the white diamante. Classic white sheets always a plus. Thank you!

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  11. Courtney

    I liked their facebook page! FB name is Courtney Elizabeth :) hoping to win, could definitely use some fresh, luxurious sheets!

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  12. null

    I love these linens. I’m so glad the company took advantage of the dropping economy and worked out a new way to sell their product. As a Journalism Major, I think it is great that they are now offering directly to the consumer- it means they care. Plus, it offers convenience and satisfaction.
    They are also super adorable!

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  13. Erin

    Love the diamante in ivory. Also liked them on facebook. Great giveaway. ALways looking for high quality inexpensive sheets!

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  14. S Haines

    LOVE clean sheets! My dh thinks I’ve got a screw lose, I love them so much! Lol

    Beautiful choices but if I HAD to pick one, I’d go with the diamanté white king set. So practical yet luxurious as well!

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  15. null

    I would love the ivory sheets!

    What a treat, thank u for the chance at much needed bedding for the new home.

    Liked them on FB!

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  16. Kris @ Driven by Décor

    A set of the diamante ivory sheets would be fantastic!! Would be soooo excited to sleep on them!!!

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  17. Paris Atelier

    These sheets look heavenly! There is nothing better than great quality fresh sheets :) My favorite set from the site are the Diamante in Ivory. So beautiful!
    I also liked Vero on FB. Thanks so much for the opportunity!
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    Judith
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  18. Lindsay

    O please! We need new linens SO bad! And to get ones that are so luxurious would be even better. Would choose the queen righetta in Ivory. Thanks!

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  19. null

    The Diamante sheets and Duvet covers are gorgeous. I’ve been trying to find linens to fit on my super-thick mattress and these are exactly what I’ve been looking for!

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  20. Lauren

    I’d choose the diamante white – can’t beat a classic! thanks for sharing this company, I had never heard of them.

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  21. null

    Great site – I have been searching for new white bedding to go with new bed pillows in aqua and orange.
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  22. Bethany

    I’d be very happy with white, Diamante sheets. There really is nothing like climbing into clean, crisp sheets after a long day!

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  23. laura

    Oh my goodness, the white diamante sheets look like the ultimate in luxury! Thanks for introducing this beautiful brand!

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  24. null

    LOVELY and GORGEOUS! You can just see how soft and luxurious they are. If I was the lucky and blessed winner I would chose the ivory Diamante sheets. I also “liked” them on facebook too. Thank you for the generous giveaway. Someone will be blessed! I hope it’s me.

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  25. Our Own Kind of Fairytale

    Husband would love to come to home from deployment to our new king bed in new righetta white sheets. What a treat!

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  26. null

    I would choose the Diamante in Ivory! Looks fabulously divine :). Also like the Vero Linens facebook page :)

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  27. Paradigm Gallery

    I love the Ivory Diamante…looks like you have quite a following…this would be like winning the state lottery!

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  28. FleaingFrance

    Oh my gosh….white Diamante all the way. Classic, gorgeous, elegant….what else needs to be said?

    Liked them on Facebook too.

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THERE’S STILL TIME… (TO WIN SOME BIG ACCESSORIES!)

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In all the holiday madness you may have missed a couple of giveaways we’re working on, so I just wanted to give you all a little reminder! First off… a gorgeous cashmere travel wrap from White + Warren (just in case Santa didn’t get the hint)… And if your closet it too full, maybe your […]

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  1. Sabina

    I saw blake lively wearing the exact same one, fell in love with it then, and it looks great on you now too! I’m heading on over to enter :-) hehe!

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  2. Tabitha Lynn

    Love this giveaway thanks for sharing.

    PS it’s a great color for you!

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