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The Broke Girl’s Guide to Cute Storage

Just like spring is the time to clean, fall is the time to organize! I may not be packing up all my things to cram into a dorm room this fall, but that doesn’t mean I don’t get the urge to purge and organize this time of year! The best cute storage always comes out around back to school so it’s time to take advantage!!

I have personally been ooohing and awwwing over Target’s home decor lately. I love the rustic twist they put on all the necessities. I’ve always been an over organizer. I love when everything has it’s place, it makes life so much easier! Whether it’s my closet, my kitchen or my bathroom, I try to buy cute organizers that can function both as storage and decor! I pulled together some of my favorite rustic, useful pieces to help you whip your home into cute organization shape this fall, on any budget!

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shop my cute storage picks:

Bulletin Board ($30) / Tiered Baskets ($42) / Labeled Jars ($7-$10) / Labeled Pails- 4 count ($6) / Metal Mail Holder ($15) / Foldable Wire Basket ($20) / Decorative Round Basket ($9) / Accent Cabinet ($120) / Antique Metal Basket ($15) / Labeled Wooden Crates ($20-$25) / 3 Tier Metal Cart ($40)

Shine & Wine

This past weekend my husband and I drove up north into wine country. We were itching to get out of the city and take advantage of the nice weather, so what better place to go to than Healdsburg, CA? Don’t get me wrong, we love Napa and Sonoma, but our favorite spot of all is Healdsburg! This small town is packed full of cute shops, delicious restaurants and most importantly, amazing wineries! What more could a girl ask for?

A lot of the wineries in Healdsburg have a rustic, casual feel to them. They are much more laid back than the mansions you see sprinkled about Napa. The experience is all about the wine and relaxing. In my opinion there is no better way to spend a Sunday than lounging on a patio sipping wines made from the grapes just a few feet away.

As we were exploring the grounds we came across this old blue truck. Although it’s a chevy, it reminded me of my dad’s old blue ford truck we had growing up so I couldn’t resist taking a few pictures with it. It was a ton of fun and brought back some great memories! Hope you enjoy them too! And as always, to shop the look scroll to the bottom of the post.

Shine and Wine

Shine and Wine

Shine and Wine

Shine and Wine

Shine and Wine

Shine and Wine

Shine and Wine

Shine and Wine

Express Portofino Shirt ($50) / Levi’s Destructed 501’s ($64) / Sam Edelman Leopard Adora Sandals ($62) / ASOS Clutch ($28) / J.Crew Gold Necklace- similar J.Crew ($30) / kate spade Ursula Sunnies ($165) / Rocksbox Shine– earrings and “shine” necklace

Happily Ever After

Today my husband and I are celebrating a very happy six month anniversary! I thought this would be the perfect opportunity to finally share wedding photos from our big day!

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Every moment of our wedding was amazing. Below I’ve included some of my favorite memories of the day, from start to finish! We are so grateful for our incredible wedding party and parents who helped us with every step along the way. We couldn’t be happier with how the day turned out and these pictures help us relive it over and over!

Renegade Craft Fair- San Francisco

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This past weekend, the Renegade Craft Fair passed through San Francisco and for those of you who don’t know, the Renegade Craft Fair is a network of events throughout the year that cater to the DIY & craft community. The RCF travels throughout the country (and to the UK) to 14 annual events in Chicago, New York City, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Austin, Portland, and London. The businesses that fill the aisles of the fair are all creative and inspiring; they range from home décor and stationary, all the way to stuffed animal taxidermy. You could spend hours (and a lot of money!) shopping all the different vendors.

Some of our favorite items were the creative posters and prints. Below is a sampling of some of the posters we ran across. The cocktail prints on the left were especially fun! They give a visual makeup of the ingredients of different cocktails, these would look great above a bar cart or in a kitchen.

Pictured below was one of the stores we really loved, Alibi Interiors. This shop had a rustic charm and each piece really felt unique since they were made with reclaimed wood. I have been thinking about creating a gallery wall in our living room, so I have had my eye out for small unique frames and décor. This shop had just that! Some pieces were all natural and others were painted colors, including metallic gold! They had a good mix of frames in all sizes, making it a breeze to find what we needed. (check out the bookshelf of frames!)

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Renegade Craft Fair SF- glamourita.com

Renegade Craft Fair SF- glamourita.com

Renegade Craft Fair SF- glamourita.com

We loved this shop so much, we ended up leaving with the frames and chalkboard below. We also snagged this adorable bear plank sign from JunkArtGypsyz. They had some awesome pieces, including marquee letters and wooden cut-outs. With these finds from the fair, we now have a solid start on our gallery wall. I can’t wait to share how it turns out!

The Renegade Craft Fair will be in Los Angeles, CA next weekend, see the full schedule below. If it’s stopping by your town, I recommend you attend… and bring your wallet! :)

Renegade Craft Schedule

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