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Bobby’s Bookmarks: Our Favorites That We’ve Been Bookmarking This Week

March has arrived, and that means Spring is (hopefully) on its way soon. While you eagerly await the longer days and first blooms of the season, we’re sharing some inspiring products and sunny spaces that are sure to warm up your day. 

We’ve got lots of fresh finds this week, from a classic and ecclectic in California, a re-defining bachelor pad in London, a beachfront bungalow, a color-coated apartment, and product to give your space a spring re-fresh, from candles, to storage, to counter stools.

Ready to see it all? Scroll down for the best of our bookmarks for this week, and to shop all our favorite products too. And if you want even more inspiration, click through here to follow us on Pinterest to see everything we’re currently loving.

Classical In California

From marble to moulding, brick to beams, this historical home definitely takes advantage of a mix of materials. Originally built in 1925, the Tudor style space got a full re-do for the 21st Century from designers Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent, who brought in  plenty of character through vintage pieces and accessories . Many of the homes original features remained (like ceiling moulding), and work seamlessly with the modern amenities for perfect blend of old and new.


Approachable Modernism

We’re definitely crushing on the new collection from designer Leanne Ford for Crate & Barrel. Inspired by simple shapes and easy living, the collection of furniture, bedding, art, rugs and accessories is all neutral, with organic shapes and clean lines. Besides the arch canopy bed and three legged coffee table, we love the sculptural quality of this candle, which can be used as a vase after burning.

Design: Ferrer

Refined & Re-defined

Forget everything you thought you knew about a bachelor pad. Because this London apartment, designed by Charlie Ferrer for a young lawyer, is anything but your typical “dudes” space. With a request to create a home that was simple, functional and low-maintenance, the designer kept the colors restrained and the furnishings classic and clean lined, allowing for space that felt masculine, but totally refined. It’s the bachelor pad re-defined.


On The Dotted Line

Storage just got a little easier (and more affordable) courtesy of Dotted Line, a new collection of organization essentials. With simple shapes and clean aesthetics, the pieces work everywhere from the bathroom to the bedroom, kitchen and office. The standouts are the 5 piece bamboo drawer organizer set, which can work  just about anywhere, a versatile slim garment rack, and a handy 3-tier metal rolling cart.

Mixing It Up in Montauk

Beachside homes don’t get much better than this stylish and comfortable abode. Located in Montauk on the easternmost tip of New York’s Long Island, the Robert McKinley designed home takes cues from Mid-Century, Costal, Organic and Boho style to create a truly ecclectic space. We also love the use of vintage furnishings and carefully chosen color to bring moments of excitement (like the colorful masks in the entry and seafoam green spiral staircase).


Purposeful Paper

If you’re looking to bring an organic, handmade feel to your home, look no further than these textural pots. Made of papier-mâché, a technique of layering paper, these vessels have a textural feel and simple, earthy off white color. They’re versatile enough to work on their own as decorative objects, or as a functional pot for a plant.

Design: Waldo Works

Candy Coated 

A kaleidoscope of colors and fun furnishings define this penthouse apartment in London. From salmon pink, to soothing green, to ruby red, designers Waldo Works brought together lots of shades to create a space that’s vibrant and livable, while never taking itself too seriously. And if all that wasn’t enough to peak your interest,  there’s also a seriously stunning spiral staircase for even more wow factor.


Counter Offer

For a spring refresh, try brightening up your kitchen with a grouping of these green metal and wood counter stools. The color feels very of the moment, and will bring some punch to an otherwise neutral space. And at just $90 each, it’s an affordable way to make a big change.