Every home should have a wreath - whether it makes an appearance for holidays or is displayed year-round. One of the most ancient decorating traditions, the wreath seems to date back to Persia, eventually finding its way on the first heads of Olympic athletes in 776 BC. Maybe some athletes saved their wreaths by hanging on a wall. Wreaths are still a world-wide decorating trend. A wreath is affordable or easy-to-make and only limited by your imagination. Here's some fav
Happy Thanksgiving! I'm re-running this article from October 22, 2016 (and again in 2019). Another 3 years have passed and moss balls continue to be a decorating favorite of mine. We still see them everywhere in rooms on social media and on the pages of my favorite print shelter magazines. You can buy them everywhere from the Dollar Stores to IKEA to Pottery Barn to online. They add depth to any tableau as every room benefits from a bit of green. I plan to use mine in m
Every been in a restaurant when it turns "Happy Hour?" You notice the mood instantly changes as everyone is ready for fun. Whenever I'm having a Bad Hair Day, my cure is always a personal Happy Hour. Of course, I'm hopeless addicted to interiors; so for me, this hour is all about decorating. In this series, we'll look at some quick and happy mood changers for our very own Happy Hour. Each should take about an hour - a mere 60 minutes - to perk up our minds and our rooms.
Now that I have my rooms light and bright, I'm suddenly attracted to dark and brooding rooms. Maybe it's because the weather turned rainy last week and today, most of us moved to standard time. Dark rooms can mean cozy which is maybe why we seem to crave them this time of year. Let's see if darkly painted rooms are for us. domino.com The secret of a successful dark room might be to paint all trim and walls the same moody color. thewhitebuffalostylingco.com This week, I h