After spending the weekend in Las Vegas for the opening weekend of the March Madness tournament, this is one of those days I'd like to just open with a look at these pretty pictures statement. But here we go, I actually have lots of great news to share!
Being a big believer in how much interior design impacts mood, I thought we could all use a little relaxing design inspiration. And what better style to do that than coastal. Not your typical mix of whites, blues, sailboats
Tearing out the wall between our kitchen and dining room and totally gutting our kitchen, confirmed it...Our interior walls are solid brick!! Most surprisingly to me, it's actually really pretty!! And here is where the dilemma starts...
Just beginning our renovations, the design decisions and the nitty gritty choices of where to put every outlet in our house or what windows to buy are starting to creep in. I've been a long time fan of full wall black iron doors and windows and have noticed the trends picking up in Atlanta home renovations. With a pretty price tag this hack for budget friendly windows and doors is a great idea.
At our house, I started decorating for the holidays early rounding up a stockpile of holiday goodies from one store to the next to build our holiday mantel. This year, I wanted to keep things simple and classic yet modern. Here are some tips and tricks I used to decorate our mantel this year.
Who is ready for Fall?! Despite the ridiculously hot weather outside I am already in a Fall mindset. In this week's Looks I Love, I'm rounding up some of my favorite items to transition from the Summer to the Fall with rich falls colors like amethyst, natural woods and gold accents.
I love a good apothecary or pharmacy lamp. With an antique yet industrial look this piece adds some pretty awesome contrast to an otherwise traditional room to create my favorite look. For me, apothecary lamps also hold some sentimental value as my husband's grandfather had one...