Come September I like a “Fall Clean”. When the kids were little I would leave them at the beach and head home for a couple of days to reorganize so I was ready for the new school year and ramped up schedule.
With the girls in college I still feel the need to reorganise, paint a room and restyle. Maybe adding, or switching out a piece of furniture is what you need. There is this amazing site copycat chic which does the research for you. Find very comparable styles and quality for much more budget friendly options. Loving this Noyco Cabinet which could work pretty much anywhere in your home. And similarly, this Bench is great for extra seating when entertaining or in your entryway to take off shoes and have a place to sit down, super chic and also such a value purchase for your home restyle.
I’ve been seeing soothing shades of green everywhere and it’s easy to understand why. As a symbol of growth, energy, harmony, and nature, green is chock-full of calming properties. It’s especially impactful in a room as busy as, say, the kitchen, where a warm sage or restful moss can help incite a zenlike state amid the cooking chaos. Check out these ideas for your kitchen– such gorgeous colors.
Purchasing rugs is overwhelming for most. Along with color and design comes the questions of proper size and furniture arrangement, depending on the room you are getting it for. For the perfect sizing guide to plan out your next rug for every room check out this article. I found it to be very helpful. It might just be the nudge you need to pull the trigger on that rug you desperately need. Make sure you are realistic about the amount of foot traffic when deciding on the color. I have made that mistake several times.
Anyone about to start a renovation project? I fell in love with the design in this article.What a unique home with rich History in the Hudson Valley. Absolutely stunning the way they incorporated the new with the old so perfectly. In the UK we call this merging.