We've been following Brittni over at paper n stitch for a few weeks now. She serves up daily doses of inspirational finds and in addition, showcases artists that are hand-picked. And when she's not busy writing for paper n stitch, she contributes to Bloesem Kids as their Open House editor (which is where we found Danielle's cozy home)...Danielle is one such artist that makes toy animals using eco-friendly materials, (her company is called Stitchface, and her toys are just as cozy and adorable as her home). We love Danielle's choice to keep her walls a soft gray while allowing the furniture and accent pieces to bring color into the space. Playful vinyl decals in the bedroom make the space feel light and airy--not to mention a great renters solution. Because she's limited on storage areas, Danielle uses vintage suitcases and baskets to minimize clutter while keeping items accessible.
(Images: Danielle of Stitchface for Bloesem Kids)