Friday, July 22, 2016

TGIF - The Gems I Found


Happy Friday, friends!
Hope you have a wonderful summer weekend!

Massucco Warner Miller Interior Design - Photography, Aaron Leitz 

Love the soft, fresh palette in this Seattle home.



Affordable World Market Channel Back Dining Chair


Emily's great overview of this discount flooring/tile store I've used several times.


Thanks to this cute fashionista's review, I have a new peacoat in Oxblood on the way
 from the Nordstrom Early Acess Sale.

Mona Nerenberg & Lisa Bynon Home - Interior Design Collaboration, Mark Cunningham - Photos, Bjorn Wallander

This Hamptons' Home Tour for July Elle Decor oozes charm!





Monday, July 18, 2016

Super Size it to Make a Statement


An easy way to add drama to a room is to choose an overscale element
 that stands out among the rest.
Don't get carried away - too many big impact items means nothing stands out as
a striking statement.
It would be easy for me to go overboard, I love the unexpected flair and
unique style it adds to a room.

OVERSCALE Lighting


Roeser Home Remodeling

Design, Meridy King - Photography, Erica George Dines

OVERSCALE Florals

Flora Soames Interior Design - Photography, Mel Gates for House & Garden 

Design & Photography, Sarah Sherman Samuel  

OVERSCALE Ottomans

Ginnifer Goodwin - Photography, Hillary Walsh for Elle 

Allen Kirsch & Associates

OVERSCALE Artwork

Design, Little Dwellings - Photography, Jacqui Turk - Little Peanut Mag


Vogue Living - Design, Jane Charlwood - Photography, Mikkel Vang

OVERSCALE Pattern

Instagram - Thibaut_1886 

Design, Katie Rosenfeld - Home Bunch 

OVERSCALE Mirror

Design, Amber Interiors - Photography, Tessa Neustadt 

Jillian Harris' Home Tour - Photography, Janis Nicolay for Style at Home

This mirror I scored on Craigslist is definitely my favorite statement piece.


Do you have one?



Wednesday, July 6, 2016

My Five Favorite DIY Projects


Hey friends, this month for our My Five Favorite series we're sharing our 
Favorite DIY Projects. I got caught up going back and reminiscing over old projects, 
some of those early posts were good for a laugh. Be sure to check out what my blogging
 pals and our guest found to share, too.     

Jennifer @ Dimples & Tangles

Our guest this month is one of the sweetest you'll meet in our blogging community,
She's a DIY pro, how charming are these framed calendar prints she did for her
 daughter's room? And, when it comes to paint colors she's a wealth of
knowledge, don't miss this informative post of her 'Go To' Paint Colors.


Here are my Five Favorites: 

#1
 Weathered Gray Dresser

A pricey Anthropologie dresser inspired this makeover of an unfinished dresser
my client's dad had made for them. Anthro sells the exact pulls that were on their
dresser, allowing us to come very close to the real deal.      


BEFORE

#2
Painted Stone Tile

I still love the fresh look of my painted tile! It went from Tuscan style to bright and
 updated in my Kitchen Makeover almost two years ago, and it's held up perfectly!  


BEFORE

#3
Garden Spheres

This super easy DIY adds a sophisticated element to your garden and was a fraction of the
 cost of the Restoration Hardware spheres. 


#4
Weathered Pedestal Table

My client had this great quality pedestal table in a timeless style, but the golden oak finish
 wasn't the look we wanted for her updated kitchen. The Arhaus Luca table was our inspiration
 for this pretty makeover.  

BEFORE

#5
Tanzania Wallpaper Knock Off

I tweaked a stencil pattern to mimic the similar Tanzania wallpaper pattern I loved.
It's the perfect dose of something unexpected for our entry.     


Stop by and check out these talented friends' favorites:



You might like these previous Five Favorites, too:




Thursday, June 30, 2016

TGIF ~ The Gems I Found


Happy 4th of July friends ~ have a wonderful weekend!


Timeless large scale affordable posters


Young House Love Metallic Rimmed Glass Pendant


Clever use for wine bottle rack. 


Gorgeous Ideas for Gardens 


Strawberry Dream Cake perfect 4th of July Dessert


Simple favorite ideas for the fourth.



Sunday, June 26, 2016

Fiddle Leaf Fig - Not So Big? Try These Ideas


I was at a client's home the other day and she mentioned she hated her
fiddle leaf fig - what? She found it at IKEA and was excited about the $13 price tag,
but it was smaller than she was hoping for.
 She had it sitting on the floor and to be honest it did look like a mini. :)

Here are some great ideas to give one a boost until it grows up.

Style it on a table in a great pot...  


apartmenttherapy.com

 Now at Home Mom

Elevate it with a cool stool...

Domestic Fashionista

Posted by Cheryl

theinteriorsaddict.com

I think I need a trip to IKEA or Home Depot for a new little guy.
Lots of style for only $13!



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