Sometimes we need change. One of the beautiful things about home is that we are surrounded by familiar things that make us comfortable. As time goes on, the comfort factor may lose it’s charm in favor of a fresh palette.Continue reading Pops of Color
To be an equal lover of grey and beige can be a domestic challenge. One in particular started with two grey faux fur pillows and a big beige sofa…
Once you have pictures up, it’s home. If space is limited or don’t want to fight with an existing color scheme, this is the solution for you. Not limited to just pictures or matching frames, picture ledges provide a blank canvas to create your own vignette.
Seeking unique solutions for storage and functional living may not always be at the top of our to do list. However, everyone can name at least a few minor inconvenient features in their home. By redesigning the way we go about certain processes we can not only find things more easily but also reduce the amount of minor stresses in a day.
Although not a fan of antiques in general, I have come to appreciate the texture and warmth that a well worn piece lends to a space. Texture, layering and pieces that hold meaning all make a home feel cozy and warm. The process can take awhile, but is well worth the finished product.
Do I love stores like Arhaus, that feels like beautiful European style coupled with some kind of magical fairy land? Yes. How about Pottery Barn that strikes a perfect balance between high style and lived in? Check. Yet another, Restoration Hardware, that incorporates natural materials with sleek, gender neutral design? Any day of the week. Does my budget love these stores as much as I do… not so much. Continue reading Collecting from Nature – Designer Style at a Fraction of the Price