Bohemian-Inspired Wall Hanging

Bohemian-Inspired Wall Hanging

Hey friends! Today I’m sharing a SUPER easy and cheap DIY Bohemian-Inspired Wall Hanging! I’ve really wanted to try and achieve a warm, boho-chic look. And this wall hanging is a fantastic way to bring a unique and mesmerizing piece into your home! Oh…and it costs like $10! The space definitely has a very boho feel to it and I am so happy with how this project turned out! What do you think?! Head on over to Curbly for the full tutorial and be sure to come on back and let me know what you think!  XOXO, Lidy...
Six Interiors That Showcase Lovely Tanned Leather Sofas

Six Interiors That Showcase Lovely Tanned Leather Sofas

|1| Ok, so I’ve been missing a lot around here lately! I am sorry and please bare with me as I am trying my hardest to find balance in my life as of late!! I’ve been doing some extra work on the side, contributing to other sites so that I can start making a little more income for my family. Because, if I am being honest, I can’t really provide a whole lot otherwise. It’s a vicious cycle my friends!! So, I hope you can forgive my absence and continue to understand!  On another note, I’ve been really excited to share with you these six interiors that showcase lovely tanned leather sofas! It’s been kind of a dream of mine to own one and these interiors prove exactly why I’ve been a little obsessed! Tanned leather sofas feel timeless and sleek, no matter the interior in my opinion. Which brings me to my next point, they suit ANY design style, which is rare! I’ve seen a lot of grey or navy mid century sofas around as of late. And I was super tempted to jump on the band wagon, but it feels like it’s too much of a fad and I felt a little put off by that (I took that risk with our bed!). Although grey is a great neutral, tanned leather is a fabulous piece that can stand out or fit in to any environment – as you can plainly see: |2| |3| |4| |5| |6| I would love to know what you think about the idea of a leather sofa in your home? XOXO,...
Over-Sized Art For Your Walls

Over-Sized Art For Your Walls

Alright friends, it’s time to swap out your gallery walls and small art prints, because this year things are about to change in design: a switch from busy to big!  I decided this year, I really wanted to make steps toward simplifying my walls when I can, where I can. At heart, I love pretty decor (some may call it clutter), but my walls can really help tame down the space and add some balance. I’ve taken down my gallery wall to help simplify the overall look of the space and introduced this GORGEOUS Minted print to our living room. The Monochrome Sky is a window where I can pretend our home overlooks this peaceful and serene view. I wish!   I love the bohemian vibe our living room has because of one switch! I’ve really struggled with identifying my style in this space, but we’ve finally found a theme that sits well with us – this beautiful print is just the first step to a much bigger change, which I will share soon!   What I really want to know is how you all feel about this new trend? Are you sick of the gallery walls and small prints clumped together? I don’t know about you, but I am so ready for this change!  XOXO,...
Introducing The Case Study Fiberglass Demi Table

Introducing The Case Study Fiberglass Demi Table

Say hello to the new Case Study Fiberglass Demi Table by Modernica! I’m in love with this new piece and I am so excited to share with you my top three reasons I think you’ll love it too!  1. It’s handcrafted: These lovely Fiberglass Demi Tables are 100% designed and crafted in their Los Angeles factory! From the woodbending to the fiberglass pressing, it’s pretty amazing when you think about it! Modernica has designed each tabletop with eleven layers of laminated hardwoods and bevels the exposed wood edge.  2. It’s modern and functional:  The Fiberglass Demi Table is known for its simple, practical and understated materials. These lightweight occasional tables are low profile and really create great solutions for flexible use spaces!  3. It’s versatile:  The Fiberglass Demi Table is offered in 36  fiberglass colors, but not only that, they also come in a walnut or a maple veneer – wowzers! So, there’s really plenty of options for any design style. The hardest part will be deciding what color to choose! The easy part is introducing it into your space – so far I’ve used it as a side table, plant stand and even a small breakfast-in-bed tray! For such a little guy, he sure has a lot to offer.  So, what do you think – is it screaming your name yet?!  XOXO,...
DIY Outdoor Citrus Side table

DIY Outdoor Citrus Side table

Happy Friday! It’s the weekend again/already! I am still playing catch-up at home, but if you are the lucky one who has caught up on chores and to-do lists then you might want to check out this fun DIY Outdoor Citrus Side Table! It’s the perfect weekend project – it takes no time at all and is sure to add that playful burst of  color to your space!  Head on over to Curbly for the full tutorial and I would love to know what you think – so come back soon! Hope you all have an amazing weekend friends!  XOXO, Lidy    ...
Command Decor Damage-Free Wall Tiles

Command Decor Damage-Free Wall Tiles

I am a compensated 3M-sponsored blogger. Opinions are my own and additional products used in the project were selected by me. Not too long ago, I gave Violet’s room a mini makeover, but today I’m back and sharing even more little additions to her space!! For all you who rent or  hate putting holes in your walls, this goes out to you! Violet’s new wall is just too pretty that I couldn’t bare to damage it for the sake of hanging some art or decor. When Command Brand from 3M contacted me asking if I would like to try out their new Command Decor Damage-Free Wall Tiles, I said one big YES PLEASE! I love how Command Decor gives me the freedom to customize arrangements,  swap out my art as often as I want and without damaging my walls. All you do is hang, change and rearrange! Which means, renters and nail-hole-haters, stick away! And that’s just what I did! Materials Command Decor Damage-Free Wall Tiles Smooth, sealed and finished indoor surface Instructions 1. Begin with a clean and blank surface. 2. Take your damage-free Command Strip and attach the black backing of the strip to the black backing of your tile. Press down firmly until it is secure. 3. Remove the backing to expose the sticky surface of the strip. 4. Take your tile and use the built-in level to ensure your tile is hung perfectly straight! Isn’t that amazing and pretty genius?! Once you have it just right, press the tile to the wall and gently press the center of the tile to make sure the Command strip is secure to the wall. 5....
DIY Modern Heart Art

DIY Modern Heart Art

I’m back with a super simple way to add a graphic and bold statement to your space with very little supplies and without spending a ton of money! I love bold, black and white art for my home. It feels clean, minimal and fresh, no matter what surrounds it!  Materials Thick Card Stock Pencil Paint Paint Brush Frame Instructions 1. You may choose to create a small sample of what you want your finished design to look like and refer to it as you create your larger scale art. 2. Simply start by drawing out your design using a pencil. With your paint and paint brush, carefully paint over your pencil guide. Allow to dry completely.  3. Place in your frame, hang up and enjoy!  To be honest, I originally made this art piece for my home for Valentine’s Day and forgot to share it! But I love it so much, it’s still in the frame and on my wall! Goes to show that geometric hearts can still stand the test of time, especially when they are modern and bold! I would love to do another piece, but a little more current, so stay tuned! What do you think?!  XOXO,...
DIY Molded Plywood Light Fixture

DIY Molded Plywood Light Fixture

It’s Friday and I am SO happy I made it to the end of this week! Life has been so busy (hence the absence lately), but I am incredibly thankful you are all still popping in to see the little projects I have been working on all over the web lately. Speaking of which, did you get a chance to check out our DIY Molded Plywood Light Fixture over on Curbly this week?  Joel and I love a good lighting DIY! This little guy now graces our dining room and has a similar aesthetic as our Brass Swing Lamp we did a couple years back.  But I just love the little touch of plywood that really creates a sculptural element to the whole piece – so, if you happy to check it out, be sure to let me know what you think?!  XOXO,...
DIY Faux Neon Cactus Light Using String Lights

DIY Faux Neon Cactus Light Using String Lights

Today I’m teaming up with Porch and a group of fabulous bloggers to share 7 Creative Ways to Decorate with String Lights! You know we all have them laying around somewhere and so I hope you find inspiration to put them to some good use!  I decided to create this trendy and fun faux neon cactus light for our home or even the patio area! Because I chose to use battery operated string lights, I don’t have to worry about placing it wherever a plug happens to be. And let’s be honest, it’s never convenient anyway! I love this playful addition to our space!  Materials Plywood Board (precut or you can simply cut to size using a table saw) Pencil Paint Nails Hammer String Lights Instructions 1. Sand your plywood board to get rid of any rough edges. Wipe clean. Using your pencil, sketch out your cactus.  2. Paint the outline of your cactus using a bright and vivid green. Allow to dry completely.  3. Begin hammering in your nails along the outline of your cactus, just enough to get the proper shape of your cactus.  4. Begin to wrap your string lights around the nails until you have full coverage – I used two packs of string lights.  5. Optional: Using a forester drill bit, you can drill a hole and then cut off the end halfway through the hole. This will allow the wires to be easily hidden and tucked behind the board.  7. Display and enjoy!  This would be a great little light for your patio area during those warm summer nights, a fun lighting option for the living room...
Layering Rugs With a Pop of Color

Layering Rugs With a Pop of Color

Each season, my living room always gets a little makeover! In the winter months, I love to keep the home looking simple and minimal. But now that we are well into summer,  I teamed up with Wayfair to bring some color and refresh the space a bit! I love introducing different elements into my living room – not only color, but texture as well! One simple way of introducing a textural element is by layering rugs. I decided to keep our neutral rug in the space as the base, but balance it out by adding this gorgeous Ivory and Navy Contemporary Rug to overlap the two. It makes a great statement as soon as you walk into the room and I think it really brings out the other complimentary colors now too.   To me, blue is the perfect choice when first introducing color into your home if you aren’t as brave as most. It’s also playing it a bit more safe if you aren’t too sure you want to commit with a color you might not love in a few months. Don’t worry, blue is still vibrant, fresh and fun. But it also acts as a neutral when you want it to be, depending on the other accent colors in the space. Take for example our Boomerang Table – those florescent pink legs REALLY pop out now with the two colors side by side! Don’t you think?  I am so pleased with this new addition, it definitely breaths new life into this space! What color has you ready for summer?!  XOXO,...
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