So of course it was a big mistake to open the Pottery Barn catalog that I usually chuck straight in the trash to avoid temptation. Instantly there were so many things I just needed. I must say I was surprised that Pottery Barn had a few nice pieces of wall art that are reasonable. Below are a few items and decorating concepts I fell in love with.
These etched monogramed glass jars sitting on the shelves are great. I don't even think Pottery Barn sells them, but I love the idea for chic organization. Also I've always been a fan of the globe lights. I had talked to my sister about hanging several of them in a cluster in place of a chandelier in their dining room. And while the consensus was it wouldn't work in that room, I still really like the concept of it.
I want a clothes pin collage like this above my bed or desk.
These charcoal sketches on stretched canvas would be a great accent in most rooms and is only $79 and $99.
This metal patchwork sign has great patterns and glimpses of typography.
These typewriter prints are so great and would match almost anything. Each print is a 12x12 square and they come in a set of 6 for $99. You can easily group them together or break them up. I'm tight on cash, but $99 for 6 pieces of wall art, I'm beyond tempted.