Royally stunned? What do you think of this royal blue dining room?
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Would you live in this colorful and eclectic living room loft? Tell us in the comments below!
Think you would get any work done in this Extreme Makeover home office? Tell us in the comments below!
Only one more day until Halloween! What do you think of this orange and black living room color combo?
Care for a spot of tea? Tell us what you think of this New York dining room in the comments below!
Do your walls need a feline friend? Comment below if you’d want this tiger mural in your home!
Would you want a steampunk bathroom in your home? Comment below!
Tell us what you think about this New York farm house in the comments below!
When roaming across the blogosphere, Brittany Makes immediately caught my attention. All it took was to read Brittany’s bio and I was sold: she’s an accountant by day and a blogger by night using Brittany Makes as her creative outlet while climbing the corporate ladder. Her goal to flex those creative muscles is a noble one and I found it very refreshing to find a blogger who leads a double life on what many would consider opposite ends of the spectrum: accounting and being artistic. Brittany’s blog is full of interior design inspiration, photos, and DIY crafts. Not only will you find an endless supply of beautiful things on her site, but her writing is hilarious. I don’t play favorites but…here’s…
While browsing Houzz one day, I became immediately entranced after seeing the work of Annabel from Little Pincushion Studio. She teaches young girls how to sew and think with their crafty minds in this adorable studio she put together in rural Virginia. As one would expect, Annabel is an avid DIYer. Her blog consists of tons of crafty tutorials and projects. These 3 projects were especially inspiring: 1. Chair Reinvention Annabel found this vintage chair at her local Habitat for Humanity store, and after adding a little paint to it, it looks amazing! Transformations like this give me the urge to go thrift shopping, especially since the chair only cost her $10! 2. DIY Painted Clutch Inspired by “the most beautiful waxed…