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Here’s What Happened This Week On
SEE HOW A WALL SHELF CAN ADD STORAGE IN YOUR HOME
Look at 10 photos of kitchen, or bath, renovations today and a good percentage of them will utilize open wall shelving. Sure they look attractive but will open shelves really work in our homes or is this a look best suited for the magazines only?
ARE YOU CELEBRATING THE IMPERFECTIONS?
If not…maybe you need to talk with us.
The beds didn’t get made before the day took off. Artwork is askew, that is if that last vacation shot is even framed and hung. Photos are fuzzy and work lurks unfinished on our desks. The wood floor has a life’s worth of scratches. The bath is no where close to the spa retreat we crave and we still have to clean the renovated kitchen. Sound like somewhere you know?
WHAT CHANGES DO YOU MAKE SEASONALLY TO YOUR HOME?
Three weeks into the fall and we’ve yet to hear of anyone who does not love this season! On the contrary, most people are just giddy about the changes that come after the heat of the summer and before the chill of winter. Our homes play such a big part in the feeling of fall. For Friday Favorites let’s share ways we all will enjoy our homes this season.
Today let’s look at some fantastic interior design that takes a clue from mother nature and the humble oyster shell, creating spaces that are uniquely appealing. If you are new to the blog, we invite you to sign up to follow us on a regular basis. Sign up in the link below and we will send you the list of 8 favorite paint colors inspired by a plate of oyster shells! Already an email follower and want the list? Simply drop us an email and the list will be on it’s way.
ONTO THE PHOTOS!
Or maybe it is where we hang our hat, or coat, or any of the numerous bags we all tote from work and school. Maybe it is where we grab that piece of toast that’s not quite done because we are late running out the door. Maybe it is the bathtub we’d love to be soaking in if it was not full of all the kid’s toys. Regardless of what our houses look like, they are our homes simply because of the people in them.