Thursday, November 26, 2015

Last Minute Thanksgiving Table Ideas

With all the chaos of the holiday you might have forgotten to plan a crucial element in your Thanksgiving plans.. the table! These ideas are quick and are sure to impress any guest.

1. Cut some fresh florals from your own yard. Place them in your favorite pitchers for a charming touch.
2. Go to your local housing goods store and pick up candles of different sizes. Spread harvest d├ęcor around them for a festive look.
3. Incorporate fruit into your centerpiece to save refrigerator space in a cornucopia inspired design.
4. Fill your outdoor lanterns with harvest potpourri or bowl fillers for a simple and original centerpiece.
5. Fill glass containers with layers of snacks, like nuts. They key is to use a variety sizes and styles.

Have a Happy Thanksgiving and let us know how you are decorating your table!

Thursday, November 12, 2015

How to Use Animal Print without Creating a Jungle

Who doesn't love a good animal print? Although, sometimes it is easy to go a little overboard. These design tips will show you how to incorporate your favorite pattern, without bringing the Amazon home.


Choose one statement accessory.

The tree silhouettes cleverly pick up the zebra motif.


Pick your favorite pattern in an unexpected color. 

The chair adds interest to this room, and the additional pops of color tie it all together.


Use textures on unexpected pieces.

For an edgier feel, incorporate reptile prints, like this Regina Andrews lamp.


Get away from traditional prints, and get inspired by something different.

These scalloped tiles reference fish scales for a fun look.


Use abstract art to make a simple space pop.

A little bit of print in this space goes a long way.

How are you using animal print?

Wednesday, November 4, 2015

5 Ways to Energize Your Morning

We all have those mornings, when even a tub of coffee can't seem to get us out the door.  These five design tips can help give your morning a little extra boost of energy.

1.      Paint your closet a fun color.

2.    Hang an inspirational quote on the wall or near the door.

3.    Splurge on your favorite bouquet of flowers.

4.     Bring the light in by integrating adjustable window treatments.

5.     Keep your room stress-free by removing all work and clutter.

6.     Add small pops of bright colors.

 What do you do to energize your mornings?