April and May
Lately I can’t get enough of the look and feel of exposed shower heads. The openness and simplicity of a bathroom with this style shower head always catches my eye. It gives a vintage appeal that I adore. Pair this space saver of a shower with a white backdrop and it will be timeless.
I’m feeling inspired to take in and acknowledge every moment of the holiday season. Time goes by so fast and another year will come crashing into our world soon. Feeling inspired includes making my home a holiday haven for my family. I loved this image because it inspires warmth, festiveness, nature, simplicity, and relaxation. What are your goals for the holidays? My family’s mantra will be relaxation for sure!
Feeling inspired? Check out another inspiring video of a guy who steps out of his element to try something new from Ford Fiesta. Their movement is built on the notion to seize the day and soak in every opportunity that comes before you…
The Ford Fiesta Movement is hosting a Tube-a-thon to create a way to entertain and raise money for Covenant House. Be sure to check it out YouTube on December 12th.
This is a sponsored post and I was compensated for my participation. The opinions expressed are my own.
To inspire your next entryway update I’ve included some of my favorites. Your entryway says a lot about the rest of your home and welcomes your guests. Including natural light, mixing textures, including some of your favorite vintage accessories, and staying organized to give a clean feel are a few of the techniques used in these images to bring to life an entryway representative to you and your home. See how benches can be diverse and add so much character to your entryway space!
Casa Coisas & Tal
This week I wanted to give some inspiration all to cozying up! Throws can be used in so many ways and Christina Loucks shows that beautifully in her styled shoot for West Elm. You can’t ever have too many blankets and throws in your home, it is just a matter of what to do with them all! Here are some great ways to mix in throws with your everyday decor.
All images by Heidi Geldhauser. Styling by Christina Loucks.