There are so many incredible light options these days. Aside from the fixtures you can buy in shops, you can also create your own style that looks amazing but doesn’t cost a lot. Not only does your fixture look great but there are some amazing lightbulbs out there now that are literally designed to shine on their own. I came across an awesome light DIY that allows you to have a well-designed pendant while highlighting a neatly designed bulb.
I love a good DIY, especially if it’s a focal point in your space. Another great tip about lighting – it adds balance and harmony in a room and can definitely make a smaller space feel bigger. Have you tried a DIY like this? Share your story.
(Image via Crafty Nest)
… turn that artwork upside down?
To be fair, the art pictured is not actually upside down – it just appears to be. Yet what a beautiful reminder it offers for perspective – the importance of seeing the world differently and viewing our surroundings in new and exciting ways.
Spring is in the air – are you feeling it yet? Even though we experienced a massive snowstorm last evening here in the Midwest, I’m still feeling inspired as the calendar has flipped into March territory and warmer temps are right around the corner. Nothing feels more springlike than gentle pastels, so naturally, I’ve been gravitating toward these lovely photos today…
Decorating and re-decorating can often put a serious dent in the budget. Between functional furnishings and cozy textiles, there’s often little wiggle room left for my favorite aspect – the accessories! Naturally, I’m always looking for personal ways to jazz up my space without paying a fortune. Need a few examples? Look no further than your own attic, closet or toy chest for some surprising ways to stretch your dollar and beautify your room!
…transform a ladder into a pot rack?
Kitchen storage is easily one of the biggest problem areas for many homeowners, so it’s high time we come up with a creative solution, yes? I recently spotted the beautiful home of Camilla Ebdrup and Andreas Stenmann, filled with natural light, raw materials, industrial accents – and yes – a brilliantly crafty idea to maximize kitchen storage.