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never have i ever connected with a collection of home wares as deeply as i have with cb2's fall arrivals. take a minute to appreciate it all: the cane furniture, pops of dandelion yellow, vintage vibes, and that shell armchair -- all of it is coming home with me. (or so i wish). but as i drift back to planet earth, i still feel the need to transform my personal aesthetic to match this perfectly curated collection of vintage meets modern. one that is effortless and worldly, but still comfortable and inviting; like you're always just coming back from a trip abroad with that perfect found piece for your home in tow. yeah, i could live with that.

in all seriousness, this fall collection is really good and was worth sharing. i managed to narrow allll of cb2's new arrivals down to 12 favorites, but if i had to choose i think my #1 has to be the cane desk -- it feels so glamorous.

cb2 fall new arrivals for home / @themissprints

browse my fave new arrivals from cb2


1. vintage cane desk   /   2. matte yellow plates   /   3. ribbed glass wastebasket   /   4. geometric pillow   /   5. greek bust   /   6. oval mirror

7. leather shell armchair   /   8. marble wine chiller   /   9. brass footed bowl   /   10. retro vase   /   11. cane dresser   /   12. brass flush mount light


i made this post back in October when fall was on my mind, but never got around to publishing it. better late than never, right?

fall is, hands down, my favorite time of year. for us New Englanders, fall is nature's moment in the spotlight and it really is as magical as people say it is. it's when Boston turns deep scarlet, gold, and bright orange, and when mornings become brisk and chilly -- you start to crave those cozy layers and wool sweaters after months of long summer days. although winter has a bad reputation around here i am one of those people who loves freshly fallen snow, and heavy coats. 

the cooler months are also one of my favorites time for fashion. now that the holidays are here, it means the return of wearing plaid and reaching for pieces that layer. it also means reinvention and experimentation for fresh trends. right now it's luxe velvet and fuzzy stuffed animal furs. i've seen a major resurgence of embroidery motifs, irreverent sayings, as well as abstract lines reminiscent of Matisse. the 70s trend is also pretty great, and feels more 'now' when paired with blush (the color of the moment) mustard, and marble. 

so without further ado, here are a few of my favorite things right now --


images via pinterest