(Author Archive : Grace Lynne Fleming)

Organized Buffets: Let’s Look Inside & On Top

Do you have a buffet table in your dining room and have no idea what to put inside or if you do, how to organize the mess of extra decor, linens and dishes? Look no further, because today, we’re giving you some easy tips, tricks and peeks on what’s inside everyone else’s sideboards! Let’s take a look at some organized buffets. We’ll have you tiding up yours in no time!

1. The Extras.

If you’re a collector of vintage mugs or even pink depression glass dishes, then store your extras in one part of the sideboard or buffet table. It’ll keep them safe but easy to get to when you need them!


Dipped in Plum: Monochromatic Rooms

Rich, warm and inviting, deep purples make a room that much more regal and luxurious. It’s got a royal feel and a tender look, if you dip a room in plum you’ll have a super sophisticated nook ready to be seen by every guest that comes inside. Let’s get inspired and take a peek at some monochromatic rooms covered in plum!

1. Posh, Introverted.

Plum is a bit of a subdued color and has a bit of a shy attitude. If you want a space that’s relaxing, yet classy, try using this color throughout.


Dipped in Blueberry: Monochromatic Rooms

Blue, it’s everyone’s favorite color! It’s comforting, it’s serene, it’s relaxing and it’s probably the most universally used and versatile color around. But what about when you dip an entire room in a blueberry flavor? Let’s look at some blue monochromatic rooms and what they can do for you!

1. Ombre, Trendy.

We love how this room embraces the ombre theme in a unique way. The decor of this living room uses several blue shades and makes a trendy, inspiring look!


Dipped in Peach: Monochromatic Rooms

Decorating with peach is an easy task. It’s versatile and fresh. It can revive and transform. But, that doesn’t mean it’s used all the time as it’s such an underrated color! But not today! Today we’re spotlighting a color that exudes light and simple comforts. Let’s get inspired!

1. Alive, Sunny.

There’s something about this room that evokes a sense of sunny weather and paradise. Dip your living room in a beautiful peach tone for an alive, fresh vibe.


Dipped in Bubblegum: Monochromatic Rooms

Pink, pink and more pink! This shade is youthful, fun and super feminine. It comes in a variety of shades and styles, and it’s also much more versatile than what first meets the eye. From modern edges to shabby chic nooks, let’s take a look at some rooms dipped in this bubblegum flavor. Let us inspire you with these monochromatic rooms!

1. Modern, Eclectic.

Even pink can be funky and trendy. Lots of modern touches and eclectic finishes make up this interesting, stylish bedroom. We love warm pink that’s made to be the foundation.


Using Sequins Around the House: Ideas & Inspiration

A bit of glitter, a bit of sparkle and a bit of drama is needed in at least one tiny spot of every home. A simple, female touch makes for a much interested and stylish space. So, today, we decided to gather up a host of inspirations involving sequins. Although outside-the-box when it comes to interior decorating, we love the ideas that come from just a glance at these rooms!

1. On the Throws.

A throw pillow on the bed or formal sofa could easily be dressed to the nines in sequins. Jazz up any space in a second by using some of these sassy accents.


10 Easy Mirror DIYs For Your Home!

Mirrors are one of the best pieces of a decor for any and every house. They’re versatile, fit into any theme or style genre and they always add a necessary illusion of extra space and a blast of natural light. Take that ease of decorating and pair it with the ease of one of these projects for an extra special treat for your home! Take a look at these mirror DIYs!

1. Pallet Frames.

Grab an unframed mirror and use old, wooden pallets as your frame. It’ll give the space a soft, rustic and trendy feel to a stylish, neutral room! It’s easy too!{found on theroosterandthehen}.


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