Curator Shop with Minted Home


Minted x Sacramento Street Curator

I’m thrilled to announce my latest collaboration with Minted Home. As someone who loves travel and finds inspiration everywhere I go, my curated collection awakens the patterns and shapes I’ve seen over the years. The criss-crossed design I chose can be used for pillows, napkins, and even lampshades. It looks similar to the motif found on the beautiful wool rugs I saw while traveling in Marrakesh, Morocco. The great part about this design by Hooray Creative is it can blend with a wide array of design styles. I see them fitting is with both a modern home as well as a more traditional abode. The lampshade is also a great choice to add subtle pattern in a room that is primarily neutrals.

Minted x Sacramento Street Curator

Another pattern I fell head-over-heels for Mosaic by Lindsay Megahed, as well as the Hand-Dyed Shibori Diamonds by Flora Poste Studio. These jaw-dropping designs also keep in step with my love for pattern that can work in a neutral home. You can spruce up your home for spring with both of these lovely choices. There are also pillows and napkins in Division by Katie Jarmon that would blend perfectly in a neutral palate. Finally, if you need art for your walls, I have you covered with two perfect choices.


Minted x Sacramento Street Curator
Minted x Sacramento Street Curator

Run don’t walk, to the my Minted Home Curator Page and enjoy these beautiful pieces I’ve chosen for you. It’s the perfect time to make a seasonal update to your home since spring is a week away – mix and match fabrics and artwork to easily update your space. I promise, they won’t disappoint!


This post is a partnership with Minted. All opinions are my own. Thanks for supporting sponsored posts that keep Sacramento Street doors open.



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Since 2009, I’ve been documenting and sharing the small bits of inspiration that make up my daily life. Here, you’ll find musings on all things lifestyle, from fashion to motherhood. The common theme is recognizing and creating beauty in the everyday.