Favorite Things Friday

Hi guys! Welcome to Favorite Things Friday! This week was such a great week! I finally felt motivated after the holidays, I know it seriously took me forever to come off holiday mode haha. Am I alone on this? Anyways me being motivated means a lot done around the house & lots of projects to update you on in the next couple of weeks. Click the “home” button at the top of the blog to look back at all the posts from this week & last in case you missed anything! I hope you guys love this weeks favorites & as always please share your favorites with me in the comments below, find me on facebook & chat with me on Instagram! Happy Friday!!

Favorite cabinet.



Favorite building.

Favorite sink. 

Favorite gallery wall.  

Favorite bathroom.


Favorite faucet. 


Favorite industrial shelving. 

Favorite cabin.

Favorite light fixture. 

Favorite tool organization.

Favorite look. 

Favorite hood range.


Favorite sunroom. 

I hope you guys feel inspired & that you have an amazing weekend! xx

ps. A lot of these links are broken. If you know the exact source for them, please leave them below! Thank you so much! xx


  1. Awe, Liz! Thanks for including my pantry (it’s one of my favorites too! haha!) Love your entire collection! Enjoy the weekend!!! xo

    • You are so welcome I HAD TO include it.. I want everyone to see your beautiful creation :) & it should be your favorite!!!! haha Thank you for your sweet comment, hope your week is going great! xx

  2. Thanks so much for including the sunroom from one of our design projects in the your roundup! Additional pictures from the home can be found here if you wanted to link to that! :) http://www.postcardfromparis.com/lb-a-smith.php

    • I’m seriously obsessed with the sunroom! & thank you so much for the link :) Including that one right now. I hope you are having a great week! xx Liz Marie

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