photos by Jared Smith
There are very, very few times that I’m able to leave Anthropologie without a hand full of pretties to style with (at least that’s the excuse I use!). My current obsessions are these bubbled glasses and marbled cheeseboard that I just couldn’t leave behind, but I’ll always grab a new candle if nothing else. New candles and pretty cocktails glasses for trying out recipes are my go-to simple pleasures for relaxing and just putting a smile on my face!
For today’s #sugarandclothfavethings giveaway, we want to know what your favorite #SimplePleasures are for everyday and we’re giving you a $250 Anthro gift card to help make them happen!
Sugar & Cloth is officially four years old today! To kick off our blog birthday giveaway week, we’ve teamed up with Rejuvenation to offer you a $500 giveaway to there online store! We’ve come to be huge fans of their products, and have even gotten creative with some of their hardware (remember this credenza DIY where we repurposed Rejuvenation door knockers?!), and we think you’ll love them too!
For instance, our newest studio addition is this perfectly retro double table lamp, though I have an equal amount of love for this single version,, too. Of course, you can always choose whatever catches your eye most with this giveaway…
photo by Jared Smith, recipe here
Hey, hey, hey! Lee here, and it’s time to chat about a quintessential element for any one who loves to entertain (hello, upcoming holidays!). The bar cart basics!
I love having people over and entertaining friends and family so as we planned our dining room reno I knew this was a non-negotiable item. But once I started assessing everything we need I found it a bit overwhelming. After some research and discoveries I decided to keep it simple and break it down to the basics. Of course each one has a fun little twist.
So here’s a few recommendations for anyone creating a bar cart at home or looking to revamp their current one!… Read More
photos by Jared Smith
I love hidden compartments like a 90’s second grader loved Lisa Frank, and while there are technically no hidden compartments with this DIY serving tray, there is a sly little nesting place for your salsa bowl and dishes to rest neatly in place. It’s kind of the same thing right? I’m getting the warm fuzzy’s about it either way.
I also feel that I should mention this simple little DIY requires absolutely zero power tools, which is the next best thing since the phrase “no-sew” if you ask me! And no, there is no duct tape involved either…
I don’t know about you but I, Teri, whole heartedly love having people over for food, so much so, that I’ve chosen to have a dining room table over a desk! Our ‘cozy’ London flat doesn’t allow room for both unfortunately, but I’m more than happy if it means there are people in my home throughout the week that I can cook for. With that in mind I always think tasty food belongs in pretty dishes, like these DIY pattern bowls.
They’re perfect for Summer treats and nibbles inside or outside, and these bowls couldn’t be easier to make! Never mind the fact that my cupboard is already rammed full to exploding with plates, pots, glassware and bowls, I couldn’t not try and squeeze a few more dishes into this swollen Aladdin’s cave…
Hello! Erin here with a DIY project perfect for back-to-school. The start of a new academic year is synonymous (in my mind anyway!) with new school supplies. Stocking up on the materials called for by each syllabi, pretty pens, pencils, and of course, every cute pouch and organizer, which makes perfect timing for this hexagonal DIY desktop organizer.
This modern desk organizer has tons of room for supplies and an angled opening that lends a sculptural element to any desktop! Besides, if you share my love for supplies, why not create a pretty way to keep your desk organized and the cute things on display all at the same time?!…