I can't be the only one who is beyond ready for Spring. This Winter has been the coldest ever and the boys have been sick on and off the entire time. Yes, I dream of Spring, i am ready for Spring. Also give me all the cacti. xx
It's hard to believe that January has ended and the count down to Valentine's Day has already begun. I saw this "Light of my Life" Valentine's Day diy and thought how cute! If you're feeling crafty, check out the steps to make it HERE. Happy weekend to you. xx
This home featured in the recent issue of Architectural Digest has been making its rounds on the web and rightfully so. I gasped when I first saw this space and days later, I am still drooling over this spectacular Tuscan home that used to be a convent...
So much to love, right?
For details on furniture and accessories, read and see more of this beautiful home here. Decorator-Tommaso Ziffer, Styling- Hamish Bowles, Photography- Francois Halard
We'll be looking up a lot this year courtesy of statement ceilings aka the 5th wall. No longer ostracized, you will be seeing ceilings covered in bold wallpaper or painted. Looking around my own home, I am yet to go bold on the ceiling, but maybe this will be the year I stop ignoring my 5th wall...
I never thought I would be writing a post about books on the edge but here I am. You see, I recently noticed something very important about bookshelves that are dramatic and impactful. The books are all styled toward the edge and not recessed. Have you ever noticed that? Here are some lovely examples and now I am going to push al my books toward the front of my bookshelf...
This bedroom oozes romance and you can get the same look with the right details. A dark wall color sets the tone and plush bedding beckons. The sophisticated light choices add an air of glam and i love all the velvet touches.
I know, I know, I really have this addicting relationship with green. During my nesting phase, I removed this famous wallpaper and painted the wall behind the bed a deep green(Benjamin Moore Ming Jade). It provides a subtle contrast against the adjacent walls which sport Benjamin Moore Egyptian Green.
I love how it turned out and I might place a lovely piece of art there. What do you think?
one of my favorite places to sit in the bedroom
Are you tackling any painting projects for the New Year? xx
Welcome to 2018 my friends. I meant to write this post last year, but didn't get a chance. It seems even more apt now since we're enveloped in this cold vortex that has descended on the land. That Anthropologie sofa pictured above is delicious, isn't it?
Whilst I am not opposed to Pantone's saturated choice of ultraviolet for color of the year, I am leaning toward the sunnier side of the color wheel, hence mellow yellow or some might call it mustard yellow. You can see a bit of its use in Cheyenne's nursery and I love the vibrance it adds to a space. Whether used on walls or in accent pieces, mellow yellow is sure to put a smile on your face and enliven your mood especially in these dreary and sometimes depressing Winter months.
This home in Holte, Denmark has a very tranquil color palette. The homeowners simple approach to Christmas decor complements that palette beautifully. I love the nature elements they incorporated too! Simply beautiful!
Today is the last day of school and the boys will officially be on Christmas break. Only 5 more days to go until Christmas! xx