I’m always looking for a cool, casual set of candle holders for my dinners that aren’t imposing or fancy whatsoever. When I spotted these furniture feet (yes, from the hardware store) I immediately thought they’d make some modern, but pretty candle holders for a mantle or for my winter dinner table.
Last week, I was doing a bit of research on some of the moody, florals that are showing up everywhere from fashion to paper goods to home decor. I crept upon this kitchen and really loved how natural and soothing the kitchen seems, while still being totally on-trend from a floral trend perspective. Is it crazy that this floral wallpaper by Morris & co was originally designed in 1876?
We’re bring this kitchen redesign into the new year! Although I wanted to be done with the entire thing by Christmas, we had a few set backs, which will naturally happen when you have a deadline.
If you recall, we’re building UP on top of the old cabinets to add more space since our kitchen storage is pretty measly.
I love a good modern take on a traditional project. This idea had been brewing in my mind for a while now and this weekend I just grabbed a plain pillow cover out of the linen closet, threaded up my needle and went at it to create this modern cross stitched pillow. As I was going, I kept getting more and more excited about how it was turning out. It was fun and simple to do, but produced a pillow that I feel like you could snag in the hippest of minimal Scandinavian design shops.