Lately, I've been on a self-help kick, and I'm all about "manifesting". If you dream about it (and work 80 hours), it will come, right? What better way to determine your future intentions and summon the universe than by creating a vision board. My consists of a few major categories – Career Relationship, Finance Health, Travel and Home. I spend a lot of free time dreaming about the last one, especially about how I would set up my dream home. For me, this is a breezy apartment with two bedrooms, an eat-in kitchen, a laundry room, an office room, a gym, his and her bathrooms and lots of natural light in New York (I said it was a dream, OK). I have a "fantasy file" on my laptop that grows every day in gigabytes, a colorful collection of virtual swatches, wall art, and furniture.
Since my design is as aesthetic as a mole sauce – a complex combination of many balanced ingredients – I tend to search many home appliance websites to satisfy my eclectic tastes. The search for the perfect home decor can be a time-consuming endeavor, even for an imaginary dream home. Sometimes I wish there was a single house collection that embraced my diverse design ideas – a touch of modernity, a pinch of vintage and a pinch of funky.
Earlier this month, the universe gave me my wish. While shopping at Amazon I discovered Motherlodge: the newly introduced Ravenna Home Collection from Amazon with simple, timeless essentials and a stylish touch. I had no idea that Amazon had its own exclusive furnishing line (I know why not?). In fact, Ravenna Home is the e-commerce giant's third signature collection after Rivet and Rivet and the family-oriented Stone and Beam proved popular. Every collection is obsessed, but Ravenna Home takes the cake. From antique-inspired armchairs to state-of-the-art stackable bar stools, this budget-priced series offers something for every taste and budget. Bonus: All items are shipped free of charge and will provide a free return within 30 days of delivery.
Below I have 13 articles shared on my wishlist. TBH, I'm trying to move them directly from my fantasy file to my current dig sites.