Romantic Valentine’s Day Dinner Moodboard Inspiration

February 14th a.k.a. Valentine’s Day is this Sunday! Crazy how time flies. With this in mind, I wanted to share this moodboard I designed using Olioboard. I created this to help give you some inspiration for a special and romantic Valentine’s Day Dinner  at home. Valentine’s Day is the perfect opportunity to take time for one another on a special day and take time for each other.  Stay tuned as I walk you through my design for a Valentine’s Day romantic dinner and the specific elements from this Olioboard moodboard that you can add to the design of your space.
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Five Keys to Creating a Minimalist Design Aesthetic

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Minimal Interior with White color palette

Lately, I have been noticing more people embracing a minimalist design for their homes. Although, this specific style isn’t new, it is definitely on its way back.   I have briefly touched on this topic before on my blog, in my minimalism inspired journey article, here. For those of you that want to take minimalism a step further, come with me as I tell you ways to create a minimalist interior for your home.

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Pantone’s Colors of the Year 2016: Rose Quartz AND Serenity (and Five Fun Ways to Include them in Home Design)

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The 2016 color of the year as determined by Pantone isn’t just one color: its two! The colors of the year are Rose Quartz and Serenity. This is the first time in the 50 plus years of Pantone history that two colors have been picked as color of the year. In case you don’t know who/what Pantone is, Pantone Continue reading

7 Classic Christmas Decorations

Greetings everyone! Its now December and in about two weeks, its Christmas! Seeing all of these Christmas decorations has got me thinking about some classic Christmas décor. You know, the things that we see and automatically associate with Christmas: the things that we put into our homes to bring more of a Christmas-y feeling. Here is my list of seven classic Christmas decorations that have stood the test of time. Continue reading

Four Ways to Incorporate Geometric Patterns into your Home

For the Fall 2015 season, there are many different trends going on in both fashion and Interior Design. Join me as I discuss one of those trends: Geometric Patterns.

A geometric pattern is a pattern/design that repeats itself. Some popular examples of geometric patterns are chevron, animal prints, and damask.

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