When it comes to styling, I’ve become slightly obsessed. Whether it’s the perfectly laid out Instagram photo, prepping for a shoot for the blog, or providing art direction for a shoot for a major brand, I’ve found that styling is the essence of creativity, layering, color and texture. I have Pinterest boards filled with styled images, gorgeous flat lays, and well thought out interiors. If styling is done well, it can take an ordinary space and with a few touches make it look absolutely extraordinary.
As I looked to the main bathroom it was time to refresh the space. We purchased this amazing set of shelves locally from @desertsedgeco and hung them above our towel rack. I thought it was the perfect pairing. Keeping the pine shelves somewhat raw by sealing them with paste wax, placed above our Pendleton towels from the National Park collection.
It was time. Our winter pine wreath had sat on the front door for far too long. It was time to welcome in light blooms, neutral feathers, and something fresh as guests entered our home. Using a coupon and some artificial blooms from the dollar store, this wreath is the perfect note of spring for under $10.
It’s been awhile since I’ve shared anything about our home since we moved in August. It’s been a busy few months of DIYs, sourcing furniture, thrifting, and hanging pictures. Our little townhome is one we have come to love and each piece in it has a story. Whether our furniture was found on the side of the road (Wait until you see that transformation!) found at the Goodwill, or found for great deals at big box stores, our home is full of pieces that feel like it has a soul and will be loved for years to come. My roommates and I only had a few pieces that we accumulated since our move to Redding and were excited to add some more permanent items to our home. We still have a few finishing touches, but I’m excited to share with you our first Before and After!
Keep reading for the full how-to and process after the jump!
There’s something about this DIY that is brilliant, simple, and timeless. Providing great visual impact for a little bit of money, I love the way these guys turned out. It makes the cheap bookcases from big box stores look custom and all dressed up for a night out. You can’t beat that. Keep on reading to discover how to make this DIY for around $10.
The command center. Considered the hub of the home, it’s the perfect little space to organize schedules, look up recipes, sort mail, and pay bills. While a good idea, it can frequently become disorganized and cluttered. Some of the things I like about the space. This command center is great to have. It functions as […]