Month: March 2016

Touch of Yellow

Gray comes alive with touches of yellow. Martha O’Hara Interiors, Interior Selections & Furnishings | Charles Cudd De Novo, Architecture | Troy Thies Photography | Shannon Gale, Photo Styling To understand the power of yellow you simply need to take a quick look out your window. This time of year you are sure to spot a blooming forsythia bush or a clump of daffodils, always the first to herald the onset of spring. Once you embrace spring fever it’s almost impossible not to carry a touch of yellow into your interior spaces. It doesn’t have to be a complete...

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Wallpaper

I must admit I’ve always loved wallpaper except when I was scraping it off the wall. Maybe that’s why people cringe whenever they think about using wallpaper. It’s not the install it’s the removal. Thank goodness today’s papers are easy to remove. More good news there’s never been as wide a selection from which to choose. Be still my beating heart! Trending today are floral patterns, textile substrates, geometrics, grasscloth, animal prints and whimsical designs. Designs so striking they are perfect for an entire room or just an accent wall. From runway fashion to furniture, floral patterns are been...

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A By-the-Book Guide to Making Your Own DIY Bookshelf

Books are more than just collections of words on a page; they’re display-worthy experiences that we want to share with others. Much like vacation photos or cherished mementos of times remembered, books deserve a place where they can be shown off. And what better way to present your book collection to the world than with a stylish, homemade bookshelf? A DIY bookshelf may be the perfect addition to any bedroom, living room, den, study, or home office, and may be just what you need to really tie your apartment-design together. Click here to read the full...

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St. Patrick’s Day Craft: How to Make Paper Shamrocks

These paper shamrocks are adorable and are easy enough for the kids to help with too! Now, I do realize that shamrocks are traditionally 3 heart shapes and these are 4 leaf clovers, but we tried to make them with only 3 hearts and they weren’t balanced enough to hang. You can certainly make them with just 3 using the same steps below. Either way I think they are adorable and make a fun, easy St. Patrick’s Day Craft to brighten your home or office. Click here to view the full...

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