Hey! I know it’s been a while since I’ve posted, but it’s not because I don’t love you. Promise! I’ve been working away on projects, but I’m excited to start sharing here again. I have Momma updates and design ideas I want to share. So, I will be making that a priority. Right now, I’m excited to share with you a project I recently had the chance to work on.
If you follow me on Instagram, you may have seen a recent post where I admit that just finished my soon-to-be 1 year old daughter’s nursery. ¯\(ツ)/¯ She’s walking and (somewhat) talking now, but I got it done. lol So, without further ado….
I looovvveee beautiful art. I also looovvveee my coins, and I’d like to keep as many of them in my pocket as possible. When I was getting to the point in my life that I could actually start investing in great original art….BAM!….pregnant. LOL Just because most of our funds are reserved for diapers and onsies, doesn’t mean we no longer enjoy awesome art. There are other ways to incorporate great pieces of art in your home without breaking into baby’s piggy bank.
I debated on whether to add this topic to my latest “favorite trend” post, but I decided that I was feeling it so much that I’d just dedicate a Friday post to Green. It seems like every day I see a post with the color green front and center. And many times it is on kitchen cabinets!
My best girl, Amri, turns 1 year old next month and I decided that I would dedicate a giveaway in her honor. If you’ve been following for some time now, you know that I love nursery design. So, I’m super excited to be giving away an E-Design service for one lucky Momma or Poppa!
Wedding and graduation season is upon us and I love it. This time of year always feels like a blanket of joy to me. The weather is starting to get warmer and sunnier and it makes me want to break out the sundresses and sandals. I love the new beginnings of weddings and graduation time feels like a happy ending and beginning all rolled up into one. If you have a big event coming up, Basicinvite.com is a great resource for invitations and announcements.
I often have conversations with myself. (Don’t judge. So do you.) I said the above during the conversation while searching for design inspiration for this post. After I said it, I realized how poignant it was. I was describing how I feel when I see design that hits all my checkpoints. My breath catches in my chest a bit and it feels like my heart stops for a second. Dramatic- Yes! But True!
The entry to a home always feels like an introduction to me. Although the usual goal is “Welcome!”, sometimes it says, “What are you doing here?”, “Who invited you?”, “Were we expecting company??”, or *shrugs* “I guess you can come in.” Small entries are notoriously absent from the welcome wagon. However, just because you have a tiny entryway doesn’t mean you should skip the welcome. Here’s how you can teach your home’s small entry some manners.