Tuesday, April 12, 2011

S+S shop: Tuesday Morning finds

Happy Tuesday lovelies! We wanted to share some fab finds from one of our routine shopping trips this past weekend. As I am sure you've noticed we LOVE to shop and even more than shopping we LOVE finding great deals! I will tell you this, Tuesday Morning did not disappoint this weekend! Here are a few of our finds...
Hello gorgeous green garden stool.
What fun goblets! They are plastic- perfect for summertime soirees! 
 Holy statement. This ice bucket is fab. I. need. it.
Digging the pattern and the navy. We think it would make a perfect kitchen or door mat.
This rug is huge, and lovely and only $299. If only I had the perfect place for it. I want it to come live in my house. The colors are to die. 
Adore this mirrored lamp. It makes far more of a statement in person. I think it might be just what I am looking to add to my dining room buffet!
 We spied this online awhile back and were thrilled to see it in person! Beautiful.
Doesn't the picture of this throw just make you want to curl up with a book and something good to drink? It is probably the softest thing I've ever felt. It comes in many colors; this grey-ish purple, ivory and that light blue you see hiding in the background. I think I am in love.

Just so ya know: Tuesday Morning did not compensate us in any way for this post, we just thought our findings were too marvelous not to share. Do you ever shop at good ol' TM? If not, you should try it, we think you'd like it!

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  1. Love the garden stool, too! I re-discovered Tuesday Morning about a month ago. I had forgotten about it! Now, I stop by every so often.

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