This house tour is deeply rooted in scandinavian design. The simple neutral tones and textures throughout this home create a relaxing yet stylish space. And I love all of the simple art and pattern choices!
See the entire house tour here.
I was pretty quick to take down my Christmas decorations this year. Mostly because I had the flu through the holidays, which meant I was laying on the couch looking at the decorations for a long.long.long time. I decided to give the mantel a festive look for New Years and the month of January. I kept some of my Christmas decor including this Star garland from Land Of Nod and this lantern garland from Serena & Lily. I also kept this felt wreathe, also from Land Of Nod, hanging above the mantel. It’s a festive for look to celebrate 2014!
1. I love this screen that gives separation from a space that should be private like a closet or laundry room. This is also a glimpse of an extensive house tour we will be sharing on Monday via Decor8blog that is sure to inspire, so check back for all the details of this home next week.
2. Perfect execution of the term ‘Merry and Bright’ via Anthology Mag.
3. Dining that includes a sofa?? LOVE via AnneSage.
Needing an idea for a very small space? This sitting area via Pinterest shows that every bit of your home can be beautiful and useful even if it is not a huge space. The accent wall creates depth. The simplicity of the decor and the gray and white color palette keeps it from looking too busy. Get the look…
1 Wall Planter 2 Pendant 3 Coffee Table 4 Rocker 5 Sofa