Book Review :: Home Decor Cheat Sheets - Simplified Bee
How high should you hang a chandelier hang above the dining table? What paint finish should you use a kid’s room? What size rug should go under your bed? When it comes to decorating the questions can be endless, but there are definitely some design dos and don’ts I adhere to. Some of these “rules” […]
How to build your perfect inspiration board
I love a good inspiration board. They’re a blast to put together, and of course, collecting items to feature is…
Curl up in a touch of nature - IKEA
This armchair, made from a sustainable material that’s fast-growing and renewable, is a bit like inviting nature into your home. It’s sturdy, yet elegant and embracing.
Graphic Woven Lidded Baskets - Black/White
Craftswomen in Thies, Senegal use traditional techniques to handweave these Graphic Printed Baskets from millet grass and recycled plastic. Use them for laundry, towels, toys or as entryway catchalls. Millet grass with recycled plastic. Handwoven. Due to the handcrafted technique, no two baskets are exactly alike. Two handles. Lid included. Made in Senegal. Your purchase of handcrafted items helps preserve craft traditions worldwide. Learn more.
Paint Saint: A Unique Paint Trend That Pops Up Again and Again in Cool Interiors
A unique paint trend that pops up again and again in cool interiors. Are you a fan? #paintideas #paintdesigns #coolinteriors
Delicate home with a touch of pink
Imagine this beautiful home without the soft pink accents and natural wooden furniture and it would have a completely different look wouldn’t it ? I love the beige, white and wood palette in the living room with green plants and … Continue reading →
(Avoid) Living with Bare Walls: What to Do When You Can’t Hang Artwork
It’s the one thing absolutely no one wants to see on their new lease: the no-nails-in-the-wall clause. Though it’s (thankfully) a rare occurrence, it does pop up occasionally. So what’s an art-loving renter to do? To ensure you won’t be staring at empty walls for the duration of your tenancy, check out these ideas below.1. Try to negotiate. If your landlord can provide you with the brand and name of the paint of your walls, you’re halfway there.