| This article has affiliate links. Clicking links will direct you to a product of which I receive a small payment. Disclosure policy is here. All opinions are my own. Items used in this article were purchased by me. | The day after Thanksgiving is the official start of the Christmas season. Decorations go up, trees decorated, and gift shopping begins in earnest. Along with
The holidays are quickly approaching and we are all eager to start celebrating. Before jumping over Thanksgiving to Christmas, let’s start the holiday season with pretty fall crafts. Today I’ve collected a few lovely craft projects you can complete in a few hours. Decorate your home for Thanksgiving with any of these pretty and easy craft projects. Fall Decor Crafts These golden glowing candle holders are a great
It is an exciting time in interior design. Metallic is on the rise and I’m a so happy. Touches of gold, silver, and brass add shine and luxury to a space. Just as a room benefits from a touch of black, it pops with glimmers of metallic. My Lovelies – Mercury Glass Lately I am loving mercury glass and distressed silver accents. Pops of shimmer
Clutter is something that quickly grows and consumes space without much notice. Until one day, we do notice the volume of things consuming precious space. Most items are things we don’t need or use in our daily lives. Some are things we have rarely or never used. Other things are given to us as gifts or hand-me-downs. Whatever the reason, get rid of your clutter
The monogram is one of the oldest personal identifiers. We see them in books, documents, and wall hangings. They represent an individuals, couples, and families. In some areas, they are the traditional gift given at weddings and house warmings. In the past, we’ve seen them sewn into towels, pillow cases, and bathrobes. These are nice, but modern design takes the monogram in a less formal direction.
We all get home at the end of the day seeking rest and comfort. All day we look forward to coming home to a relaxing environment. Like all things, developing good habits is the one way to ensure your home is welcoming at the end of the day. It is easy to develop bad habits. After some time, these bad habits lead to a home
Our homes reflect our personalities and tastes. Some times, however, we get forget how to express ourselves within our decor. We receive hand-me-down furniture that is not our taste. Or we find something less than wonderful at a thrift store and make it work for the moment. Of course, these methods add character to our homes but not the kind that reflects our personalities. How
If you grew up in the 1970’s, the color orange brings back memories of decor gone wrong. The color palettes of the 1970’s included ugly avocado green, harvest gold, reds, and wood. Anyone else remember rooms like this? | source | Orange as a Decor Neutral Fear not, orange is no longer the hyper bright, in-your-face of our youth. Rather, orange is a fantastic neutral to
Your calendar is full of social gatherings. Don’t go to the party empty-handed. Take your mother’s advice and give your hostess a gift of thanks for a fabulous event. We want something unique and creative beyond the standard bottle of wine. A few moments of thought will generate ideas sure to please your hostess. When searching for a unique hostess gift, consider the little things.
The change of seasons almost demands a change to your decor. Summer days are longer and brighter. While fall, winter, and spring have their distinct features. Simple Decorating Ideas With summer here, you probably want to spend more time outside than indoors. But why not take the opportunity to change the decor inside to reflect the summer days. Follow these simple decorating ideas to create