I’m a fan of fresh flower decor. However, it can be expensive. So wha-la! My latest alternative to my fresh flower dilemma. They’re feather looking branches. Although fake, I like these. They’re bold and give a feeling of nature without looking cheap.
BTW: The smaller purple flowers are Mexican Sage from my garden. Two weeks later, they’re just starting to fade. Not bad. I plan on longer cuttings and a larger vase in the future.
DW Candles smell great and their scent actually fills the room. I originally found this candle at TJ Maxx, but you can purchase them online at dwhome.com. I´m loving the Fresh Cut Gardenia scent.
Layered rugs are trending now and the look helps give a room a finished look. Not only is it aesthetically pleasing, its functional for:
- A rug too small for an area
- Making a larger rug area
- High traffic areas
- Adding texture to a room
- Adding color
Below are some popular rug combinations.
Jute rug + faux hide (or fur)
Two flat weave rugs
Plush solid (or large pattern) rug + Moroccan rug (or Turkish kilim)
Funky lighting (the technical term I’m sure) + velvet couch + mirrored table
Velvet couch + marble table + plant motif + metal accent
Jewel tones + Velvet couch + faux fur + metal light & accents
Funky lighting + velvet couch + metal accents + geometric shapes
DIYíng these planters couldn’t get any easier. Buy or make tassles, hot glue onto the planter. Wa-La! If you actually need a step by step, go to burkatron.com.
Imagine a modern glass dining room table, streamline material chairs, and one of these pendant lights above…
I”m loving my two latest home decor buys. I”ve been on the hunt for a sofa throw, but couldn”t find the right color or price. Then I was in H&M, saw this scarf and thought maybe. I brought it home and it”s perfect. And it was only $12.00. Boo-Ya!
The second item was in the kitchen department of a department store on clearance. It”s a small organic shaped teak board (for cheeses I assume). However, I decided to use it in the bathroom. I love the way it looks. Oh, and it was $8.00!