Sticking to only one time period can be a little dangerous when it comes to buying second-hand furniture. You may end up with a space that looks dated rather than curated. To pull together an eclectic look be willing to mix in your flea market finds with pieces that are new (or new-ish). This 70’s dining room table feels retro cool paired with crisp white resin chairs and super-saturated turquoise rug.
Artist Celery Jones created the Visit Washington the Evergreen State mural and was inspired by billboard’s from the 1940’s. The painting’s color palette echoes the natural earth tones found throughout the master suite.
Homeowners who love traveling can make a statement just inside their front door. Stick with an open-bottom console table to allow for displaying cherished objects below, then utilize the space above to showcase framed photos of your travels and trinkets.
To have a baby is to go on one of life’s greatest adventures. Use that quote as a guide when you send you these travel themed invitations. Download the pdf version of the invite, add your own informational text, and printout on white cardstock. Send in kraft paper envelopes with travel-themed vintage stamps. You can find vintage stamps sold in packs in Ebay and Etsy.
A generous queen-size bed brings a generous dose of comfort to this master bedroom. The nickel gap wall detailing continues throughout the home, along with rustic wood accents seen in this headboard and bedside floating shelf. Plenty of windows (and light) keep this glamorous tiny home feeling open and airy.
Fresh green salads are a perfect compliment to rich quiche. Keep the exotic travel theme going to the salads by incorporating interesting ingredients such as almonds, blueberries, goat cheese, goji berries, and feta crumble.
Here’s a secret to a well styled buffet table: add a few small plants. That’s it! No flowers to arrange. Simply purchase a few small household plants and scatter around the table to fill in gaps and add a pretty touch of life.