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Gift Guide for the Dog Lover

I'm so excited to bring you guys today's holiday gift guide. This one is for all of the #dogmoms out there (and #dogdads). My husband and I have a German Shepherd named Emma (who is currently in a time out for pooping inside...again), but just like our other kids, we still love her. We'd also really love it if she'd quit going potty inside, but that is beside the point. The point is there is no shame in spoiling your sweet fur baby, especially during the holidays!! And while some of these gifts are items for your dog, some are great gift ideas for the dog lover in your life too.


The Dogist 2018 Wall Calendar by Elias Weiss Friedman author of The Dogist, for example, is the perfect Christmas gift for someone who loves dogs.



These super cute Christmas Plaid Dog Collars by Mr. Bow Tie Boutique would be the perfect holiday gift for doggies and dog owners alike! Whether you have family holiday photos coming up, or you simply want your furry friend to look festive for those…

Home Decor Trend: Cottage Coastal-Themed Home Accessories

Coastal Decor

I've always been a big fan of coastal decor, and now that I live on the east coast, I love it even more. There is something so cozy about cottage coastal decor. The pastel blues and distressed wood give off such  calming effect. If you want to add a beachy feel to your home Coastal Living is a great source of coastal design tips. Online stores like Joss & Main have a huge selection of upscale nautical decor, and you can find more affordable beach-themed accessories at Pier 1. How cute is this starfish tea light holder? If you're crafty you can even make your own accessory by painting a wooden sign with stencils to make your own beach-themed wall art.

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  1. Definitely looks suited for life on the shore!

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  2. I'd like to take your premise a bit further: home decor of any kind only looks good if it is in the appropriate geography. No SouthWest Native American pottery jugs lining the shelves of a Early Colonial in New England. Just NO. No deep jewel colors in the bright light of the desert. No again. No log cabins on the beach. Etc. Etc. Coastal is wonderful- on the coast. And I think you'd agree.

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    1. Oh without a doubt, Cheryl! Excellent point.:)

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