Decorating for fall is one of those tricky things, mostly because when's the right time? Fall kind of gets lumped into Halloween and Thanksgiving, that’s why I choose pieces that can easily transition into winter. It’s less stress having to decorate multiple times and it’s less stuff to store the other nine months of the year! Find out how to decorate for a timeless and modern home with a few simple ideas.
I’ve been slowly diving back into a passion of mine, interior design. Little by little, I’m getting the designs for each room of our house out of my head and on paper, and thought it would be fun to show you the process! Take a peek at our future modern kitchen design!
The fall weather is slowly rolling in and that means that the sweaters are out. And if you're like me, there is usually is some type of fall-inspired drink in your hand. There are a number of things that I look forward to when autumn arrives, and one of them is turning on our fireplace and accent lighting. I love the glow it adds to the room, and not to mention the major cozy factor. This got me thinking about how to transition a home from summer to fall and winter. Home is the one place to completely unwind, so why not take a couple of extra steps to make sure it is as cozy and as inviting as possible.
It's safe to say that houseplants have definitely become the thing over the past couple of years. They are all over Instagram and Pinterest, and Pantone did name the color of the year "Greenery". Beyond the trend of having a houseplant, it's essential to pair your plant with the perfect planter to complete the look. Take a look at five stylish plant and planter combinations.
Have you ever found it hard to narrow down what your interior decorating style really looks like? There are seven tips and tricks I want to share that will help you figure out what your true decorating style is.