DIY Christmas Decor For the Whole Family

It’s never too early to start decorating for Christmastime! So, how about getting your family together this weekend and crafting up some goodies to spruce up the house with. Make your holiday season that much more memorable by not only creating memories with your family but creating stylish pieces for the house. Take a peek!

1. Simple Twig Art.

Go gather some clean twigs out in the yard. Then, pile them on the kitchen counters to make your new and festive wall art. Christmas trees, reindeer … use your imagination!{found on site}.

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A Fresh Look at Mid Century Modern Chairs

When something stands the test of time, we know there’s a reason for it. Usually it’s the thing’s genius, in one way or another, that makes it attractive and desirable over the course of several decades (each representing decidedly different style trends). That being said, we can appreciate the genius of design superpowers such as Eero Saarinen, Florence Knoll, Charles and Ray Eames, and George Nelson (among many others) because of their part in defining mid-century modern styles.

It’s been done before, of course. We all know (and love) the chairs of the mid-century modern greats. But let’s just take another look at some classic pieces that showcase the era’s timeless style in seating, shall we? Because they never get old.

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Stunning Luxury Villa In The African Wilderness

This is the Leobo Private Reserve. It’s a luxury villa located in the Limpopo Providence in South Africa and it’s surrounded by wonderful views and amazing landscape. The villa can accommodate up to 26 guests and it covers 12,000 acres of land which the visitors can admire and enjoy as they please.

The villa is surrounded by the African wilderness on all sides

Being able to be so close to the African wilderness is just amazing and this is the main element which makes this villa so special. Of course, the location alone is not enough to make it great.

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Small San Francisco Studio With Quirky Interior Design Details

This is a 450 square feet studio located in Alamo Square, San Francisco. It’s a rented space and it’s current inhabitant did a great job at personalizing it. She made this place look very welcoming. The studio is quite small but it’s also nicely decorated. Quirky features make it stand out and there’s an overall harmonious look throughout.

The studio was decorated with all sorts of interesting things. It features pieces from flea markets and a variety of elements brought back from wherever Jessica, the one who rented the space, has traveled. These things remind her of her family and friends and make her feel like home in here.

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His and Her Ideas from the Bathroom to the Office

When space is sparse and the need is there, you may decide to create a his and her room to fit both of your wants. From the bathroom to the office, there are some cute and stylish ways to divide the room and keep each other’s personal space and necessities in mind. Let’s take a look at our quick roundup for some simple his and her ideas and inspiration.

1. Contemporary Sinks.

You don’t have to personalize the space, you can keep a slick, contemporary style, even in the bathroom! This bathroom divides his and her sinks with a beautiful standup shower. Keep your toiletries on your side of the room with no chance of mixing and losing.

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Have Yourself a Swedish (Decor) Little Christmas

There’s something magical about combining the look and feel of Swedish décor with Christmastime. Evergreens, candles, handmades, even a Christmas goat (julbock) or two – it seems as though the pieces are part of a puzzle meant to be put together this time of year.

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Integrate Knits Into Your Winter Decor

During the winter months, it’s customary for many people to spend more time in their homes to avoid the cold outdoors. So it would make sense to make your home a cozier place during this time so that you can enjoy your time curled up by the fireplace or underneath blankets.

Knits are a nice way to make your home feel more warm and cozy during this time. Whether or not they contribute to actual warmth depends on how you use them. But even if they don’t, you can still use them to create a cozy atmosphere and unique style in your space. Here are a few easy ways to integrate more knits into your winter décor.

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