Sebastian’s room sits on the top story of our three-level home. It’s the only bedroom with an en suite, but it’s a bit of a funky shape – long and narrow – so it wouldn’t work as the master. Lucky boy! It took a few months to nail down the layout, but I think I’ve finally cracked it. I want the kids to potentially be able to share this room if/when they stop terrorizing each other so much, and it… View Post
Welcome to the one room I decorated in our old house. We were only there for ten months, so I wasn’t planning on doing much, but we needed all new bedroom furniture after we sold our rather large American furniture before moving to the UK. The room was a weird shape, because the back wall was angled, and it was small, but it had a lot of natural light and, although I probably wouldn’t have picked the wallpaper myself, I… View Post
I have a plan! Here’s what I’m going for in Eleanor’s new bedroom… Fabric for drapes – Robert Allen // Tallboy – Laura Ashley Bedding – M&S // Coral fabric for bed – Tonic Living Fierce print – Makewells on Etsy // Abstract print – Minted Desk lamp – Loaf // Mermaid print – Alison Keefe // Lamp base – vintage Lamp shade – PB Teen // Rug – PB Teen // Bin – Target Vase – Anthropologie // Bookcase – Ikea (image source) I originally had a different design… View Post
I’m picturing this cheery space as the compact but cosy living room of a new grad’s first apartment; a sweet, girly space to come home to after long hours at your first job. Small but still good for lounging and entertaining. Print – Minted // Lamp – Zinc Door // Side Table – TargetSofa – CB2 // Rug – TargetBean Bag Chair – Bean Bag Boss // Plant basket – Ikea I recieved compensation for this post on behalf of Bean Bag Boss.
We’re still unpacking, so this is about as festive as you can expect from me this year…a combined office and guest room. We’ve never had a dedicated room for either, so I’d be happy with a multipurpose space like this, especially over the holidays. As is, our desk is shoved in a corner of the living room and our poor guests are stuck sharing with the kids. Lucky they love us! Bookcase – Furniture Plus // Floral Print – MintedCamera Print – Minted… View Post
This mood board incorporates modern pieces into a rustic living room design to create a layered, inviting space. It’s really all about texture, from the shiny brass lamps to the woven basket and rug to the laser-etched hide rug. Bookshelf – Ikea // Lamps – Zinc Door // Rug as Wall Hanging – West ElmSofa – Shackletons // Coffee Table – via Houzz // Faux Fiddle Leaf Fig – IkeaPlant Pot – Anthropologie // Basket – Serena & Lily // Chairs – One Kings LaneLeather Rug – Zara Home //… View Post
There are a few really budget-friendly pieces in today’s mood board (that rug is £15!), paired with a few splurges. It’s definitely a girly space, but the campaign-style bedside table and the lighting does provide a little bit of balance. And I love the punch that the gorgeous painting adds. Painting – Michelle Armas // Pillow 1 – Loaf // Pillow 2 – ChairishPillow 3 – H&M // Lamp – Furnish // Bed – Bedz R UsChair – Alexander & Pearl // Frame – Urban Outfitters Rug – H&M //… View Post
Sarah from This Sarah Loves challenged us to create a mood board based on this gorgeous seagull painting. I decided to embrace colour on this one… Pendant – West Elm // Shag Pillow – Chairish // Mustard Pillow – West ElmPink Pillow – Chairish // Mirror – Zinc Door // Macrame Planter – Hruskaa on EtsyChevron Print – Zatista // Seagull Print – Society 6 Sofa – Ikea // Table – Chairish // Lamp – Chairish Chair – Chairish // Rug – West Elm I used a lot of vintage pieces here, all thanks to… View Post