“Carrie” has made me a little bit more excited for the fall time.

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It was a great week!  I mean how could it not be with these two cool kids!


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No one can ever have to many pillows.  It’s the easiest way to freshen up a space!  I love the soft colors used in these Fred Shand pillows which are available at Anthropologie.  Also the tiny coral cross-stitches and printed and appliqué plumes are pretty awesome.



Today I’m bringing my third installment of a recent collaboration with the new Art.com.

When talking to clients and friends about their spaces and re-designs, the number one detail that at times can bring panic attacks is what art to choose for their space.  It can feel overwhelming and financially straining.  When we think about art we automatically think that it’s going to empty our wallets when we find that perfect piece.  My uncle who was an avid art collector, spent some good money on his collection but he also found pieces that spoke to him that were extremely budget friendly.  I’m here today to tell you that you don’t have to spend alot to get what you want!

When decorating my own house, I love using colorful art.  I do appreciate a good black and white piece from time to time but colors really speak to me.  I inherited quite a few pieces from my uncle so naturally those pieces mean the world to me.  I also have collected prints over the years, mostly from Etsy.  Each print reminds me of a different time in my life.

Three Figures print by Kasimir Malevich has such a pretty color palette.  I could stair at these colors all day!

Use art that speaks to you and use art that means something to you.  When you’re at a flea market with your best friends and you see a piece that you love, purchase it and it will mark the day you spent with your besties.  Or find out what your loved one has had their eye on and purchase it for them.  It will be a special piece of art for the both of you.  Make art a sentimental moment.  You will appreciate it that much more!

This heart print by Andy Warhol reminds me of a print that I bought for my husband a few years ago.  It’s hung in our bedroom.  So romantic!:)
Have fun with art and never allow it to overwhelm you!  At the end of the day it’s all about what you love.

Have you ever seen a piece that you love but you have no idea where to find it or who the artist is??  Art.com has about the coolest app ever!  Artmatch, an iPhone app, will try and identify whatever piece you have found.  All you do is take a picture of the art and they will do the work for you!  How cool is that?!

Also, art.com has a new ipad app called artcircles.  

This app allows to see collection in a very easy and affective way.  I curated a collection so you can check out all of my favorite “colorful” art.

This post was in partnership with Art.com.