For years designers have steered clear of painting ceilings any color except white. With the ceiling representing 1/6 of a room it can really make an impact on a space. If you find a space that could use some excitement and drama added to it, but you just don’t know what to do… Paint the… Continue reading Painting Your Ceiling
The holiday season is upon us and what better way to start this festive time of year off then with some DIY Christmas decorations.
If you’re like me at the end of a long day (or halfway through the day) it’s nice to sit back and relax with a nice big glass of wine. Why not do something creative with all those left over wine corks? This easy Wine Cork Christmas Tree is the perfect way to upcycle those old wine corks while adding some holiday cheer to your home.
Having a real Christmas Tree is expensive and messy. Constantly having to vacuum up needles and remembering to water the tree is beyond annoying. At this point in our lives we are moving from apartment to apartment so having a fake tree is inconvenient. So what’s our options? After some brainstorming I came up with this…
When it comes to home decorating I like to keep it affordable. It’s always nice to have one or two expensive pieces, but other than those pieces keeping it low-cost is a must. A good way to keep it budget-friendly is to think outside the box and use what you already have.
While incessantly looking through Houzz, Instagram, Pintrest and countless design magazines I have been noticing some trends for home design. After a couple weeks of searching, studying and contemplating I have come up with a list of my favorite home trends for the year.
**When it comes to decorating, like most choices in life, be confident! If you like it who cares what anyone else thinks.
Overtime instead of wishing I was back in the states with fast food, parking lots and targets I learned to embrace Europe and all that I could learn. Since I couldn’t work I had plenty of time to focus on getting my masters. I used what I saw while traveling and living abroad in my school work, which has now carried over to my actual work in interior design and architecture.