Decorating my home has always been a very...slow... process. Most home decor is not like fashion where you can find things on super sale and change things up with your mood or the weather. Furniture and home items are often a big investment, and you need to think about their longevity. However, like fashion, you can refresh your home style with a few new accessories. This weekend I gave my apartment a little new year refresh thanks to Marshalls. It's amazing how adding a few small home accessories can completely change or upgrade any room. Check out all the new home pieces I #FabFound at Marshalls.

Bedroom Additions:

Nicole Miller Home marble box with agate stone - $14.99, compare at $19, c/o

If I could make my entire home all white, marble errrthang, I probably would. So this marble box sent to me by Marshalls could not be more perfect. I placed it on one of our nightstands and filled it with all of our ultrasound pictures. I love keeping those images protected and close by.

Ellen Tracy jewelry tray organizer - $7.99, compare at $12, c/o

One of the last things I do before bed is realize that I still have all my jewelry on. I'll sleepily take off every piece but my wedding rings and put them on my nightstand. Then I'll wake up in the morning in a panic when I realize one of my earrings has fallen on to the floor. Adding this small jewelry box\tray to my other nightstand prevents any jewelry loss.

Broyhill large floor basket - on sale for $18, compare at $48, c/o

I have a lot of decorative, bedroom pillows - the kind you don't sleep on. (My husband's not a huge fan of this.) Each night before bed we've been stacking them all in an empty plastic laundry basket. It's a bit of an eyesore, and so I replaced it with a large, weaved basket. It is so much nicer to look at. The best part is when it isn't being used, you can just slip it under the bed. My husband is a fan of this.

Living Room Additions:

Leopard pillow - $19.99, compare at $33, c/o; Cynthia Rowley white, long hair, furry pillow - $14.99, compare at $19, c/o; magnifying glass - $6.99, c/o

Speaking of pillows, I also added two new ones to my couch. Previously, I only had knit black pillows and furry white ones (from Homegoods). I added another white pillow with texture, and then broke up the solid colors with a leopard pattern pillow.

I also added this magnifying glass, another piece picked out for me by Marshalls, to our coffee table. They really know how much I love black and white.

Nursey Additions:

Purple, flower storage box - on sale for $5, compare at $7.99, c/o; Stuffed hippo - $7.99, compare at $16, c/o; 2 baby sleeping gowns - on sale for $7, compare at $22, c/o

You're probably already thinking it. Yes, I'm nesting. BUT I'm trying to nest in the most minimalist way. I want to buy things that are truly functional - especially since we'll be creating a nursery within our one bedroom apartment (more on this later). We've already created some space in our closet for baby clothes and supplies. This little storage flower box was perfect for the pieces that don't currently have a hanger or can't be hung up, and how could I say no to this adorable hippo?! SO CUTE! I also picked up a set of sleeping gowns with little duckies on them for only $7! That's $3.50 each!

At Marshalls furniture and home items don't have to be a big investment. Their prices always make it easy to say 'yes'.

Disclosure: I have received free products or value from Marshalls of The TJX Companies, Inc. in connection with my affiliation with Marshalls Project FAB. All opinions are my own.



  1. Looks amazing! Come decorate my room haha. Looks so dreamy!

    1. Thank you! I would love to come help you decorate! I enjoy decorating but you just have to give in to the fact that is takes time... :) xo