Move Over, Pantone—Apparently This Calming Hue Is the Color of 2018
Happy Wednesday! Welcome back to our Take 5 column, where we invite you to take a hump day break with the week’s most revitalizing lifestyle stories. Ready for a breather?
Take 1: If you've been picking a paint color for the last 6 months
Take 2: If you're currently building your wedding registry
Those who've signed up with West Elm Registry can also enter the The Ultimate Happily Ever After Sweeps. Considering this package includes two Away x West Elm suitcases, $2700 from JetBlue Vacations, a $1000 gift card to Banana Republic, and more, we felt like it was our civic duty to spread the word.
Take 3: If Anthropologie Home makes your heart skip a beat
Then you'll be super excited about the new Liberty for Anthropologie Collection for Fall 2017. Anthro's signature furniture, bedding, and décor that you know and love will be adorned with Liberty's iconic prints, giving you the perfect statement pieces for the coming season.
Take 4: If you're a self-proclaimed coffee snob
Then Dripkit needs to be on your radar. The fully-funded Kickstarter project is essentially a pocket-size coffee maker, and it allows you to make the perfect cup of coffee anywhere. Each single-use kit comes with a filter, a dripper, and the perfect amount of coffee; all you need is a cup and hot water.
Take 5: If your apartment is starting to look like an IKEA display
Consider Scandis, the e-commerce site of Nordic-inspired furniture and home decor company Scandinavian Designs and Dania Furniture that's "giving IKEA a run for its money," writes Brit + Co. It's essentially IKEA for young professionals—it comes with the same minimalistic aesthetic for slightly higher prices.
Your afternoon pick-me-up:
National Prosecco Day is coming up this Sunday! Whip up a Cucumber Lime and Basil Prosecco Spritzer for the occasion.
1 lime juiced
4 basil leaves
4 cucumber slices
Santa Margherita Prosecco Superiore
Muddle lime juice, basil, and cucumber in a shaker glass.
Add ice, and shake mixture.
Strain the juice only (about 1/2 oz.) into a prosecco glass.
Top with prosecco and garnish with a basil leaf and cucumber slice.