Happy New Years Friends! I'm not hosting a party.. Were off to LA!! However, If I were I would for sure use this table for inspiration!
Im wishing you all a fabulous New Years eve! I hope you have a blast ringing in the new years!
I simply adore this 1920's cottage that was featured in At Home Arkansas, designed by Bear Hill Interiors. Homes built in the 20's are my favorite, and when you see this little number it's no surprise why!
Just cant get enough of this room! Especially the coffee table!!
A white kitchen with marble and great lighting... Sold!
How cool is this piece of art! I came across it on Martha Stewarts website, I think it would be a great focal point on a bar during a holiday party. The soft lighting it gives always helps make pictures turn out pretty too! Check out the instructions on how to make it here if you want one for your party!
When trying to make your home mag worthy I think the biggest concept to keep in mind is adding in the unexpected. Whether it means throwing in an odd piece of art that speaks to you, or a pop of color the draws in the eye.
It's no secret how much I adore pink, and these rooms are great examples of how fuchsia can totally rock your room!
Images: Unknown, Sarah Tuttle, Beautiful Things, Elle Decor, Kelley Green
I love nothing more than a great DIY, especially when it comes to furniture. Last week I saw a great one on Little Green Noteboook, done by a woman for the Dwell with Dignity Contest. I love how she took this plain, boring and quite ugly dresser and made it completely fabulous.
So you don't have a plain piece of furniture laying around? Not to worry you can go to Ikea and get this plain jane ugly baby from Ikea, like Audrey and Lindsay and Hodge Podge , and turn it into one of these options:
I am a design addict, who is here to share beauty, make friends, and begin a new chapter of my life. I am following my dream of improving peoples live one room at at time. My goal in life has and will continue to be to inspire people, whether it be in their homes, or in their lives.