As I am studying Modern chairs, I am overwhelmed with how much I love the Scandinavian order mixed with eclectic value. I love pops of color with glints of modern. Such as this room – I love it! I love the Eames Rocker in this space.
Have you ever heard of Chip It!?
If you are an designer and havent, it will sure be a treat!
Go to letschipit.com
You upload an image and voila-
Sherwin Williams is by far my favorite paint company to work with. They give great samples, have amazing costumer service and awesome things like THIS.
Once you upload a picture it pulls out all the amazing colors and allows you to be inspired!
This website has inspired many of my projects this year!
Follow @sherwinwilliams on twitter and visit their website!
Through my time as an Interior Design student chandeliers have stood out to me. How can you make a room pop and stand out? I feel a chandelier will always do that. Make every room Chandalous!
Here are several photos that prove to you that you need a chandelier.
I love this Coastal Chandalier from Knotting Hill Interiors!
This room defines my style.
Live a chandalous life.
It was really fun because all I did was go to the store and get a frame and wrote each of our names and
I also got a 99 cent stamp of the banner with some blue ink, which was the finishing touch!
Every little deserves the best. So today while I was missing her and thinking about my future grand little I decided to make her one last craft before she got a little herself. MK Tyler is exceptional and this quote describes her perfectly. “There’s always someone prettier, smarter and younger than you, that’s what littles are for”. I live for her and for Alpha Delta Pi!
With our family being all over the place this year I wanted to make something my parents can hang up in the house! It was my brother’s first year of college at University of Florida and my third year at Baylor. My parents don’t miss us to much, but when they do I want this to remind them that even though we are far apart we are still a family. Love Christmas crafting!
I went to Michaels and bought the frame which is a floating glass frame, 11 x 14 – originally $16 but got it for 1/2 price with my 50% off coupon. Then I bough 19 cent paper to mount my paper on! All in all this was a very inexpensive but nice looking project!