One of my favorite parts about living in Hoboken is the amazing boutique shopping that this wonderful city has to offer. And, given my love for all things interior design (and candles!), one of my favorite stores in town is Luna Rosa. This uptown Washington Street store is packed with beautiful textiles and unique homegoods from local artists that you can't find anywhere else, so I never leave empty-handed.
Below, I've shared a few of my favorite pieces and most recent purchases. Can you tell that I'm currently loving all things gold?! And I will be giving away one of these items to one special reader over Instagram! Scroll down to see my picks and to learn more about the giveaway!
First up is this stunning cowhide pillow. I'm a big fan of cowhide because it's as durable as it is beautiful, but it can be hard to find a piece that doesn't scream "rodeo." Well, here it is: the gold and cream combo on this throw pillow is both elegant and glamorous and looks fabulous on my sofa. I love it.
This glass bowl is actually the very first thing I picked up in-store. I was immediately drawn to the colors (blues and golds) and how it looks just like a piece of Murano glass (but a fraction of the price). It's actually part of an everyday dinnerware collection (which means it's totally safe to eat off of) but I think it's just as perfect as a coffee table catch-all. Did I mention it's only $18?!
These fouta dish towels are neutral enough to fit in any kitchen, making them the perfect hostess gift. I love the subtle gold stitching and how soft they are (plus, they come as a set of two). They can also double as hand towels for your powder room.
I tend to pick up coasters a lot because no matter how many I have, I can always use more, so I honestly have stacks of them throughout the house. But when I saw these agate ones, I knew that they needed to come home with me. They're hand cut, which means that each one is unique and they're trimmed in either silver or gold, which makes them so glam. You can pick up a whole set for the coffee table, or just crab one and use it under a candle (which is exactly what I'm doing).
Last but certainly not least is this "Sparkling Embers" candle from D.L.&Co. It's no surprise that I love candles, so it was a quick decision to grab this one. Not only does it smell amazing (think a cross between champagne and pine needles) but the jar is gorgeous.