It's wonderful to have kids in your life that are budding artists: to have entryways, hallways, fridges, and bedroom walls decorated with paintings and drawings made by little hands. But what about when they come home from school with art can't be hung on a wall or stuck to the fridge? Where does a parent put artwork that is 3D? Here are five display options worthy of your kids' masterpieces...
I like Halloween decorations that are elegant, silly, and/or just a bit macabre, and these 10 wreaths each embody one (or more) of those characteristics. Adorn your door with a spider starburst, a wide-eyed mummy, or an unkindness of ravens...
I'm a fall wardrobe kind of person, so once summer starts wrapping up, my mind turns away from swimming in lakes and outdoor parties, and starts thinking instead of all the good things I'll soon be able to wear. These necklaces are on my radar, and will make any outfit complete.
One of the best things about House Tours is ogling all the interesting decor the homeowners have collected together in their spaces. We often fall in love with a piece of art, or a pillow- and just gotta have it! Sometimes the pieces are new and easy to source, sometimes they are vintage or one-of-a-kind, and sometimes they are the best kind: homemade and easy to DIY. This adorable pennant pillow from Leila's Vintage Cocoon made our "Gotta Have It" list.
The power of DIY pattern is well within the grasps of even the most amateur of crafters thanks to the can't-mess-it-up charms of stamps. From throw pillows to hard surfaces and other spots on your home, a cute pattern (that you borrow from some element you've seen before or you make up on the spot) has the ability to transform any space into a dynamic, playful one. In this post: six things to remember about DIY stamping that will totally make your interiors more pretty and playful.
The art of paper folding has been around since the 1700s, is a simple process involving a piece of paper and patience (no batteries required!) and is an enjoyable way to pass the time when you just need to step away from technology for a while. While learning this process won't actually grant you the title of Boatbuilder, it's a great party trick to have in your back pocket-especially at pool parties!
Cedrick and Sunny's Toronto home is a fascinating blend of traditional architectural history and detail, combined with loads of found objects and mid-century furnishings. Check out these three ways to make similar modern lighting, a texture rug, and colorful artwork to get their look in your own home.