Motivational prints aren't a new thing. They've been around for years, but designers and illustrators are starting to incorporate trends like gold foil, brush lettering, and watercolor and we can get on board with that! Here are 16 prints we love!
Do you have a work space? Does it have a designated spot in your home? Or do you have a desk that doubles as something else? We don't live in a very big space so we created a little nook in our kitchen to act as a desk/mini studio for me! And at the beginning of each month, that desk/mini studio is clean, clean, clean! And by the end of the month, it's become a catch-all for anything and everything. How to fight the mess?
There are many ways to display memos on the wall. Bulletin boards still seem to be the most popular. But why not try something a bit more unique? This geometric wooden memo board will give your workspace some serious character. Click through to see the stylish final product.
As Mother Nature is pummeling us with snow up here in New England, it feels like a good time to curl up with a hot cup of coffee at my desk and get lots and lots of work done. And for me, being productive means getting organized. So I've rounded up ten great printables that will motivate you to get your work life in order.
Dump the chocolates and cheap flowers this year and go for something totally unique: a neon sign that proclaims just how you feel! Continue Reading
I have a bit of a screen print buying problem. Posters and prints are slowly stacking up, waiting to be framed before they find a place on our walls. But, as anyone who has had anything custom framed knows, framing is expensive! If you're looking for an easy, affordable, and modern alternative to traditional framing, check out this DIY idea! Continue Reading
I know copper has been on trend lately (and I'm not complaining!), but there's something about these diy copper frames that feel so fresh and unique. Perhaps it's their coloring or fun shape, but I'm in love! You can even build these to fit those irregular/oversized sized prints, so pull that stack you've been hiding out from the closet asap. Because couldn't all walls use a bit more metallic?Continue Reading
See those shelves? Well, before they were shelves, they were something else. Something that is found in EVERY kitchen. Care to venture a guess?
One of the quickest ways to transform a space is by hanging unique and/or colorful artwork on the walls. It's faster than rearranging your furniture and can add a lot of dimension to a space, with minimal effort. But if you don't have any extra artwork hanging around, then you'll have to make your own. With that in mind, here are 12 DIY ways to make cool wall art that will make a big impact.
This poor Teddy has no idea what he's in for. Thankfully, in artist Geoffrey Ricardo's hands, it's fame and immortality. But considering Teddy is a stuffed animal, he was already immortal, but, anyway.... First, TeddyContinue Reading
The Lexan family wanted to upgrade the furnishings in their family room, but they are also looking for a new house. This made the makeover a bit trickier as they needed versatile and neutral pieces that would work in their future home. TakeContinue Reading
I'm sure by now we've all seen potato stamping, but for me, this is the first time I've ever seen it done so beautifully. There's something about the monochromic color scheme and repeating pattern that makes these pieces feel so modern, clean and new. If your walls are in need of new art, grab the supplies from your kitchen and get to stamping! The possibilities of what you can do are endless. Continue Reading
If your walls are looking a bit bare, and you're on a bit of a budget, just know that there's an easy solution! All you really need is contact paper and a bit of creativity. And if you don't have the creativity, then just head over to Anunk Blog to get some ideas(instructions in Czech). You'll be surprised what a few triangles can do for your walls!Continue Reading
Our house has a good amount of blank walls, so one unassuming Saturday, we got to work on one of them. We fell in love with this mirror from Restoration Hardware, but yikes, $895 was not going to happen. Not even on a good day. So we decided to make our own. One short weekend and roughly $50 later, and we have this new beauty to grace our housing presence.