A great place to keep living room throws and blankets is in a woven basket. Baskets are portable, so they can move wherever needed and they add beautiful texture in a room:
I love when pieces of furniture are used in a creative way. These glass front display cabinets are no exception. They work so beautifully as shoe organizers:
image credits: 1-the selby, 2-apartment living by caroline clifton-mogg, photography by winfried heinze, 3- vtwonen via interiors porn, 4-living etc., 5-via flickr
1- eddie ross, 2- via measuring tape, 3-grey likes weddings, 4- via pchela fashion, 5- dreamy whites, 6- via mygirlyside, 7-grey likes weddings, 8-via pinterest
image credits: 1–house and home, 2-100 layer cake, 3-besotted blog, 4-brooklyn limestone, 5-mr. boddington
It’s almost a brand new year (can you believe it?) and for many that means a new planner with fresh pages for jotting down plans, goals, to-do’s etc. I’ll be getting a 2012 refill for my pink leather Kate Spade organizer (pricey but one of those purchases I don’t at all regret because I use it everyday and even after a few years it still looks great). If I didn’t have a planner already, I’d be considering one of these stylish picks:
1- laurel denise planner, 2- tudor city large debra, 3- jonathan adler 17 month agenda, 4-bijou soho diary, 5- cavallini leather daily planner, 6- dozie bowtie pocket planner, 7- sarah pinto stripe weekly planner, 8- moleskine assorted month daily planner, 9-russell and hazel mini binder, 10- faux snakeskin vintage daily planner
Do you get a new planner each year, refill one you already own with new pages, or prefer to organize your life digitally?
Wishin’ I had a chandelier so I could hang Christmas ornaments from it. I love the look:
image credits: 1-domino, 2- via pinterest, 3- via decorpad, 4-via pinterest, 5-via country living, 6- via real simple
The framed photo below was taken four years ago today. Looking at it makes me smile remembering how special the day was
Til’ tomorrow my dears!
Loving these kitchens with cabinetry going all the way up to ceiling and a library ladder to reach them:
During rainy season it’s nice to have a handy place to keep umbrellas. A few entryways that have stylishly integrated a umbrella storage:
love the little dividers in this one -would probably make a good DIY project