This first tulips of spring are just started to peek out of the ground here in Chicago. There's no reason to limit yourself to waiting for natural flowers, though, when you can decorate your house with colorful, modern tulip-inspired decor.
A home bursting with personality tends to be a blast to live in (and certainly more interesting to be surrounded by). If you're always on the lookout for novel or out-of-the-ordinary decorating ideas, enjoy these nine ideas that might spark inspiration for you today!
Here's a classic rental situation: Katie's apartment had shelving on each side of her fireplace in the living room. And yes, although she's lucky to have that fireplace, the shelves themselves were rather boring to behold. What's a renter to do? See what Katie figured out...
You know how we're always saying that entryways are a perfect spot for walls that wow? This before and after certainly highlights what a difference design in one's entryway can make! It was a lot of work (and a lot of math) but you might find inspiration for your own entryway with this neat 3D wall pattern idea.
Today's "On My Shelf" inspiration board is influenced by an appreciation for modern art and lovingly handmade toys, which are works of art in and of themselves. Vibrant gold floral wallpaper is the backdrop for a mini gallery wall of abstract, yet playful art prints.
A blank (or boring) wall can stick out like a sore thumb in your home. But what to do? Paint it an accent color? Maybe. Wallpaper it with a wild pattern? That's an option. In fact we've rounded up 65+ wall wowing options to choose from that will take a boring wall and turn it into a surface that turns heads!
I don't know when my preference for silver and stainless accents was replaced by my current obsession with gold. When did gold and brass shed their associations with terrible 80's fashions and equally offensive decor? Regardless of the answer, it appears that gold is back... and trending upwards!
Dana and her husband had a pretty standard bathroom with some pretty dated wallpaper. Together, they tackled a series of DIY projects that transformed an old and tired bathroom into a new bright space with a seriously darling DIY cottage feel.
As a follow up to my last post with lots of inspiration for how to use decals, removable wallpaper, washi tape, and contact paper, I've created a shopping guide so you can have some fun making it happen in your own space.