My new piece of Wishbone artwork. This photo is from the Etsy sellers website and I love how it really glams up the simple print.
I’ve always been an art lover and have recently started a very small collection. I am making sure that each piece represents me and even if it may seem ridiculous to some, if it makes me laugh, it’s worth it (you’ll see what I mean soon).
Sometimes it’s the last pieces you add to a room that really bring it to life.
horn mirror | drennen plaques | cassandra side table | jackson ottoman | meteor table | breast cancer support finial
like my new header? more on that amazing fabric on monday.
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Crazy about these prints… but I am currently running out of wall space. The question that seems to always be on my mind at this point in my life is: buy the items I want and save them for when I have more room or wait and hope they’re still around when I finally have a place for them?
See more from Sugar Paper here.
When browsing, I tend to gravitate toward bright fabrics, prints and furniture. Neon chairs? Obsessed. However, when it actually comes to placing the items in my home, I end up wanting a serene, calming look. Is it possible to have a mix of both?
A great way to add a punch of interest without going overboard is through the little details: artwork, the front door, flowers, or trim. While the leopard fabric on the ottoman above that I saw at the Duralee showroom in the Boston Design Center yesterday definitely isn’t serene, the blue trim with nailheads reminded me to have fun with design and take chances. Nothing is permanent and things as simple as artwork, a paint job, fresh flowers or colored trim, can easily be swapped out.
Fuschia flowers to brighten the space - At Home in Arkansas
Imagine how different this space would look with a different piece of art
A chartreuse door that lets light in
Tangerine door, white paint.
Pink table legs? Looks like a great DIY - The Style Files
I’ve shared my progress here and there but I’m finally ready to put my hammer down and enjoy the view for a while. It’s temporary, so it isn’t perfect; but it has come a long way. From the DIY curtain blinds to the artwork from Siena, this room is all me and no room makes me happier than this one does.
See bedroom progress posts here, here, and here.