This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of CB2. All opinions are 100% mine.
I am very excited to be posting to you today about the CB2 and Novogratz Brasil Getaway! CB2 has partnered with the husband and wife design duo Robert and Cortney Novogratz. If you’re unfamiliar with the Novogratz’s, check out their section on the CB2 website: CB2 and Novogratz Collection, and look through their amazing collection. I love everything about their new collection and wish I could have one of each 🙂 The Novogratz’s have a couple TV shows about home & design featured on Bravo and HGTV, and have been featured in numerous popular magazines and newspapers. They have a fantastic eye for design. Definitely look them up if you haven’t.
My favorite piece would have to be the botao new leaf armless sectional chair. It would look so great out on my porch. Although, I also love the saudades blue pillow – I think I’d have to get a couple of both to pair together. The bright and bold colors of this collection grab your attention instantly and every piece is unique and fabulous! Look below at the sectional. To. Die. For.
Then again, I could really find a great place to put this Soneca Pendant Lamp…I love it all!
CB2 and Novogratz are holding a giveaway, and it’s one you won’t want to miss. You and 3 friends could win the trip of a lifetime! Enter for your chance to win a one week stay at the vacation home of CB2 collaborators Robert and Cortney Novogratz in the gorgeous Trancoso, Brazil.
10 other lucky winners will receive a CB2 giftcard worth $100, along with a signed copy of their book “Home by Novogratz”. How awesome is that? You better get entered now, because the sweepstakes only runs until June 3rd. Enter here: CB2 and Novogratz Brasil Sweepstakes. If you mention this giveaway on Twitter, be sure to use the hashtag #CB2NovogratzBrasilSweepstakes.
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Robert Petril says
I just wish they worked a little harder and created their own furniture design, instead of copying my work. 🙁
For real? I’m sorry!