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Happy Friday, friends!  I have been counting down to this weekend because (drumroll) we leave for vacation tomorrow! Woo! We're heading to Vail for a

diy mudcloth pillow

In recent months, I’ve seen mud cloth really taking off, replacing (or adding to) a lot of the shibori patterns we’ve been seeing everywhere for the last few years.  Although I certainly love the look of vintage mud cloth its ridiculously expensive.  I found one yard of mud cloth fabric at a Paris flea market last spring for $299 euro! Yikes!

What is so beautiful about the patterns is the raw textures and dying in super simple shapes.  It’s a very graphic, but organic addition to the rest of the patterns in our homes.  I’ve seen mud cloth in various shades of black, brown, tan, and cream – with the basic black and white being my favorite. I thought it was about time I gave this trend a little DIY treatment with my favorite go-to method. 

Friends!  For the first time ever, we're having a sample sale!  The sample sale contains items from the shop which were samples, used in photoshoots,

brass hardware black cabinets

Happy Monday to you!  I hope your weekend was fabulous and you accomplished as much or as little as you set out to do!

This weekend, we finally finished the last big update in our kitchen renovation – adding on the cabinet hardware!  I am absolutely in LOVE with the outcome of the shiny brass on the matte black cabinets.  Since we have such limited cabinet and counter space, it really needed be a bold update to make an impact on the total kitchen. Keep reading for more photos and the amazing giveaway!

Guuuuuuuys.  I felt like Friday would never get here! It's been a long and frigidly cold week over here.  I've been looking at real estate

valentines heart wreath diy

I may not be the biggest fan of Valentine’s decor, but I AM a big fan of getting some greenery into my life by any means possible throughout the cold, dark winter months.   I thought it would be a cute little nod to the romantic holiday we have coming up to create a heart out of said greenery rather than just throwing them in a vase.  Also, the heart wreaths (yes, I made multiples) are able to go on the doors and mirrors throughout the house, cheering the whole place up significantly.  Plus (and I just had this thought), these would make adorable gifts for Valentines day, no?

It’s pretty easy and the materials you need are fairly simple,  Let’s get to it, shall we?



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