Finding art that makes you feel some type of way can be a big, fat pain in the ass. It isn’t something you can search for 5-10 minutes and find exactly what you like – it requires time and commitment to find something you love so much that you’re willing to hang it on your walls and stare at it every single day.
Similar to interior design styles, the art you’re drawn to is a reflection of your personality and sometimes it can be a real bitch to find art that you love. But today I’m going to …
A coffee table as a standalone piece of furniture is rather boring, yet, styling this little table in front of your sofa can create a world of difference to your room and essentially make or break your seating area. I find myself swapping out items and styling my coffee table on a regular basis and one of my favorite things to do is photograph the different variations of the vignettes I create.
I know, I live a thrilling life.
While I was scrolling through Twitter a few days ago, my thumb came to an abrupt halt after I noticed my favorite color staring me dead in the eyes through my feed; practically flirting with me. It took a second for my brain to register that Domino was announcing that PPG paints chose their 2019 color trend of the year: a luxurious, nature-inspired black infused green called Night Watch.
There’s either a full moon coming or Mercury’s in retrograde cause I’m feelin’ a bit feisty today. I thought it’d be appropriate to show you some examples of common decorating mistakes that I see with windows and walls (*cue lil jon*) and how you can avoid them for this month’s 7 oz Sunday Series!
Warning: some images featured in this post may be offensive.
Ah, e-design. The future (and present) of interior design and one of my truest, deepest passions. If you’ve been following my IG stories, you know I recently shared an idea that I had, which came to fruition after receiving countless DM’s/emails about how I create my e-designs, which programs I use, and the most FAQ: “how can do this too?“
These questions caused some thinking which led to a big idea that has me over-the-moon excited about: creating an online course for those who want to learn how to e-design. This is something that’s so much greater than …
I cannot even believe it’s been an entire year since we closed on our house and one year since I lost almost half of the hair on my head along with all of my sanity during the process. I try to block it from memory, but I vividly remember calling/texting/emailing/stalking our realtor, mortgage guy and lawyer multiple times daily for over 2 months. I was on top of my shit more than ever to make sure we got this house and I’m so thankful that we now get to call it our home.
And I’m sure all the stakeholders …