Channel '80s classrooms with these snazzy letterboards

Ultra-trendy letterboards are totally inspired by the front desk at your elementary school in the '80s and '90s. Yet somehow they've transcended the decades, gotten a makeover, and are now au courant in all the design Instagrams you follow. You can easily and stylishly display your subversive philosophies and Simpsons quotes to match your mood.

Let's go shopping for some funky letterboards to add panache to your home, your kids' first day of school, your business signs, your photos booths, your blog photos, and your Instagram photos…

The best beds & mattresses you can buy online (since that's how we're all doing it these days!)

Did you know all the kids these days are buying their mattresses online and they come vacuum-sealed and all rolled up tight for you to unroll? If you haven't bought a mattress in a fair few years (which, let's face it, is most of us), this concept might actually be new. Because it relatively is. Most of us used to pile into the car for those President's Day sales and purchase our mattress from Stan the Mattress Man. But no longer is that our only option.

There are a few brands that are getting some major traction, which I've included here. But keep an eye out for some of the more affordable brands from places like Amazon. You might just fine your mattress soul mate at a deal. Look for beds that have cooling properties, are quiet and motionless for your partners (or neighbors for quieter sexytimes!), and fancy new technologies. Here are some of the best beds and mattresses you can buy online…

Cover your kitchen in gardens of flora with this nature-themed dishware

I spied an Amazon-exclusive dishware line by Seattle-based Carolina Silva, called Dorotea, and fell into a fantasy of rose tea and scone-filled mornings in my sunlit kitchen. But it can actually be that adorable in your house! All of the floral and nature-themed dishware patterns are hand-drawn, and the colors are a muted and gorgeous throwback to pastels from the '70s and '80s — but with way more subtlety.