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 …
As per yooj, I’ve been itching to re-vamp some of the rooms in my house and with that itch…comes some shopping. Over the last few weeks I’ve been trying this thing where if I find something I love, I’ll actually sleep on it for one or two nights before deciding whether or not I want I truly want to buy it.
I’ve also found that asking myself the question “do I love this item so much that I would buy it if it were twice, maybe three times the cost it is now?” You know, all …
When it comes to our home, I liveeeee for creating visions and executing ideas – it’s essentially the whole concept behind A Glass of Bovino. But achieving the look I want can’t be done without spendin’ some hard earned funds and sometimes, I have to compromise for the pieces I actually envision for our home.
I’ve learned to get creative with my ideas and if I stumble across something I love but is out of my price range, I’ll first scour the internet to see if I can find it at a lower price. If I’m …
Growing up, I developed a “split personality:” part tomboy and part girly-girl. On a humid summer afternoon in 1997, you could’ve found me in my backyard playing in the dirt and climbing all over the 8-foot-high makeshift monkey bars that my dad built out of wood planks and metal bars. Thanks to the strength I gained from a few years of gymnastics, I prided myself on my athleticism and ability to beat any boy my age in arm wrestling. Then there was the girly-girl half of my personality, which was spent in my “office” (a purple Ikea desk nestled …