The day has fiiiinnnnaaaalllly come for my site relaunch. It has taken a while because…life. (insert exhausted face here). All troubles and negative vibes aside, I am so very excited about the site’s new look! I’m also excited to bring new content to the blog.
I mentioned recently that, this year, my husband and I sold our house and bought a condo. Our building was built in 1983 and our unit appears to have stayed pretty much the same since. Yikes. 80’s floral print wallpaper is an ever-present friend in our little home, but I’m slowly updating. Soon the only 80’s relic left in the place will be me (and my husband). 😊
One of the main things in dire need of updating is the kitchen. And after a lot of thought, I decided to go with kitchen cabinets from…..IKEA. Yep, no cabinet snobs over here.
I used to be ALL about color. I thought design was all about having bold color on your walls. And while this can be fun and can be a part of a great design, it doesn’t mean that a space without bold color is lacking. As I’ve matured (aka: aged 😉) I’ve come to adore white walls.
I love food. On my list of favorite things to do, eating is pretty close to the top. Some days, it's #1. I'm a simple girl and I love a simple white dinner set, but a beautiful plate will catch my eye every time.
Spring is here in full force and Summer is peeking around the corner. I don't know about you, but for me, with the change of seasons comes a change in attitude. I feel peppy-er (new word. You're welcome. :) I'm ready for sundresses and fruity cocktails. The days are sunnier and longer, and I'm itching to fill them with all the things that make me feel summery.
If you've perused Pinterest lately, you've likely noticed lots of mixing dining chairs. From Midcentury Modern to Country French, this trend transcends style. There are so many ways to achieve this style. So, here are a few tips that should make it getting this style for you home a breeze.
There's just something about Scandinavian design. I'm drawn to its simplicity that still manages to be warm and cozy. Christmas is definitely a time where coziness is key and this style does not disappoint.