I love a beautiful blankets to wrap up in when the house is nice and chilly from a cold front. That’s all we’ve been getting here in Austin. Cold fronts. It’s still pretty warm but I love to bust out my blankets when the temperature does drop. I think if I let myself, I’d be a bit of a blanket hoarder. So enjoy all of my blanket eye candy for today.


Vintage Granny Square Afghan by Good Grace


Pendelton Sunset Stripe Blanket at Urban Outfitters


Flea Market Throw by House8810


Yellow and neutrals quilt by Crafty Blossom


Geometric Brick Quilt by Barbara Perrino


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So Eclectic is a blog dedicated to great ideas for home design. Austin, Texas-based writer Mary Marcum and Savannah, Missouri-based writer Jess Rezac feature affordable decor, decorating solutions, and inspiration. At So Eclectic, we experiment with design together. So Eclectic posts new content every weekday.

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I live with Kyle, my husband, in Kansas City, Mo. We have a dog, Oats, and a cat, Logan.

I am a development professional who specializes in museums and the performing arts. I write grants, fundraise, and assist with marketing in the form of donor communications. My academic background is in history and museum science, focusing on the presentation and interpretation of Africa in American museums.

As a freelancer, I work with clients in need of websites, Wordpress upgrades, and FileMaker Pro database solutions.


Hi! I live in a small two bedroom home in Austin, Texas. I believe in vintage, re-purposing, recycling, and making my home comfortable for us and everyone that visits. After grad school, I developed a love for design and giving old furniture a new life. Hope I can take you all along on my journey to rid my house of the "college days" furniture (or at least re-purpose it)! Welcome, and I hope you stay a while!

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