There are so many elements to take in consideration when we’re trying to style our home. There are the foundational pieces, such as sofas, tables, and beds. However, my favorite part is the decorative items, such as pillows, plants, and wall decor. For the past couple of months, I’ve been obsessing over finding wall decor that not only fit my style, but my budget. Ugh, I could either find artwork that fit my style, but not my budget and vice versa. However, I eventually found some inexpensive wall art that fit both.
Keep reading to see fabulous and affordable ways to add some wall art to your spaces.
Every spring and fall, I get the desire to do some small tweaks to my decor. You know, nothing major; replace a few pictures and add a few knick knacks. For the past few weeks, I’ve been suppressing my desire to buy random home decor pieces. However, there are a few random, fun home decor pieces that have been chilling in my online shopping carts. I’m at the point where I’m either going to start buying them piece by piece of delete the whole cart.
Before I come to a decision, I thought it would be appropriate to share the home decor pieces that I’ve been wanting for awhile. If not to buy, to at least document what my fun home decor style aspirations looked like at this time.
Although it might be hard to tell my the weather on some days; spring is here. If you’re like me, you’ve already started or finished your spring cleaning. However, when you hear “spring cleaning”, most people think of just their home, but that’s just the beginning. This is also the perfect time to spring clean digital life.
In the past, I’ve talked about digital detoxes and how to declutter your digital spaces. This time, I’m going to delve into updating and maintenance for your digital life. Keep reading to see have your digital devices and spaces just as clean as your living spaces.
Earlier this week, I took a couple of personal days off from work to recoup from a hectic work week and Easter weekend. It was definitely one of the best decisions I made in a while, because I was able to to just relax and unwind. However, I did use some of this time to do some long overdue cleaning, organizing, and home styling. For me, when I’m thinking about styling my home, I look at it as creating a vibe. When I think about the vibe I want to create, I think about what I usually do in that space and how I can enhance my happiness when in said space.
Of course, everyone’s aesthetic is different. However, there are some core elements that almost anyone can use to help make their space more in tune with their overall vibe. Keep reading to see what items anyone can use to set up their ideal space.
Today is the first official day of Spring and looks and feels like a cloudy fall day outside my window. However, just knowing that I can be unapologetic when wearing flip flops everyday for the next few months is enough for now. Now that the weather is preparing to warm up, I can finally crack open my personal Spring To-Do list. My list consists of 5 things I won’t to accomplish and/or start doing.
I try to make this list for every season, but I enjoy the spring list better. Mainly, because the weather is nicer and makes things more enjoyable. Keep reading to see the things I’m hoping to do this spring.