Winter can be incredibly cozy, but it can also get a little dark and drab, so we’ve found some fun and easy DIY projects to brighten up your home!
These adorable little geometric photo holders are just the thing to display memories from sunnier days!
Brighten up the kitchen with this fun little project!
Create a cozy and colorful pillow mattress with this easy DIY.
Bring a little greenery into your home with this sweet dip-dye succulent planter project.
Give yourself an extra little storage space with this cheerful rope hanging shelf DIY.
When we hear “monochromatic” we often think “gray scale” — but that’s not always the case! Check out these seven different spaces, and the fun and unique ways they harness the gradient of a single color to create an impact:
Okay, well this room may incorporate some white into the palette, but against that clean backdrop, the varying tones of red create a vibrant and warm energy.
This pink living room may not be for the faint of heart, but it is certainly vibrant and has a kind of energetic and luxurious feel!
For a more soothing pink hued monochrome, take a cue from Martha Stewart’s peach living room!
This funky kitchen plays with color by simultaneously matching and mismatching different blues.
The blues in this bedroom are used more evenly, which creates a soft, calming effect.
Minty walls, couches and floors, augmented with a teensy bit of warm yellow-golds!
We love the retro vibes of this immersive emerald sitting room.
Summertime means more entertaining, and we all know that first impressions are lasting. Greeting your summer guest with a bright and inviting entryway can make all the difference — here’s some inspiration from around the web:
Serene and simple, this entryway uses bright whites, soft blues and natural elements to create a comfortable and relaxed look.
Still simple but with a bold burst of color, this doorway makes a statement.
This eclectic entryway has a little bit of everything, a wonderful introduction to playful, whimsical home.
This entryway packs a punch but keeps the color palette simple to avoid looking cluttered.
Simple but not boring, this entry focuses on some bigger art pieces and adds some pizazz with a fun little rug.
What does your entryway look like?
We’re in a playful mood, and we’ve been checking out unusual walls — funky wall paper, bold colors, wild patterns. Here are some of our faves:
Red tree partial wall paper…
Bold black and white geometric walls…
Black and white map wall…
Royal looking greens and golds with an eclectic collage…
Gorgeous teal ombre…
Simple but fun black and white polka dots…
DIY washi tape accent wall…
World map wall…
Nautical blue and white…
Playful emerald animal silhouette wall paper…
Dark paint can be intimidating, but in the right rooms, dark walls can create a dramatic backdrop that can help you achieve a striking and unique look. Here are some examples.
1. The bright, eclectic art and furniture in this living room keep the space feeling bright and spacious.
2. Bright curtains and carpeting keep this room feeling airy. The dark colors really allow the accent colors to pop.
3. Dark walls can be great in cozy spaces like dens and libraries.
4. Dark walls can also create a simple backdrop for creative/work spaces.
5. Dark colors can make a soothing base for bedrooms. The light wood accents in this room give it a nice contrast.
6. Here’s a simple example of dark walls, wood, and light linens working well together.
7. Incorporating a dark wall can create a really sleek kitchen look…
8. And can look great in the dining room, too, again paired with white and wood.
9. Even adding a single dark wall as an unexpected accent can add some flair.
Fall is finally upon us, and as the leaves change color it can be fun to work the seasonal changes into your decor. Here are some fun uses of autumnal oranges found around the web:
This orange accent chair adds a lot to a otherwise fairy neutral space, working with the wall art to give the space some great warmth. Source: Tobi Fairley
Pairing orange with it’s opposite creates a palette that really pops, as in this bold turquoise and orange space.
If you’re going for a more subtle look, add a splash of orange to a cooler, more neutral space, like this gray and white bedroom. Source: Danielle Hirsch.
Orange is a great way to brighten up shared spaces like this simple, contemporary dining area. Source: J. Ingerstedt.
And it can also add some vibrance to a more muted, rustic space. Source: Analog|Dialog
All you need is a little, especially if you’re willing to play with asymmetry and mismatched pieces like this sleek dining room! Source: AD
Here’s a bold pattern from the showroom — it wouldn’t work in every space, but it’s certainly unique!
What do you think?
With so many fun patterns and great colors, it’s impossible to pick a favorite rug!
Pick a bold, bright rug to ad a vibrant POP to your space!
Add some texture to your space with these pieces from Hereford Imports, made from high quality materials. You’ve got to get your hands on these samples!