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You don’t have to cover your walls in pink or bring in floral prints from floor to ceiling to create a feminine feeling throughout your home. Who would want to do that anyway?
The trick to creating an effortless feminine look, similar to the interiors here, is to infuse small bits here and there, while keeping the rest of the room a little more simplistic. It will make the space feel inviting, not overwhelming.
Image credit: Dreamy Romance via Cherry Blossom ; Simple Bedroom via Nice Room; Feinedinge Space via Decor8; Light and Airy Bedroom via VTwonen; Hidden Office via Martha Stewart; Living Room via Lonny
Welcome to the first look at Interior Obsessions with FormFire Glassworks.
I’m thrilled to be able to shift the work I’ve done with Room by Room into an exciting look into the world of gorgeous interiors, and I hope you enjoy my new venture! In the spirit of clearing away the old and embracing a new, more current vision, this week’s lineup centers on the use of chalkboard paint in the home.
Although I have to say I would have a hard time with the more relaxed feel of a chalkboard wall in my own home (the perfectionist tendencies really kick in here,) chalkboards are a great way to either organize schedules, keep lists or add a little temporary artwork to a space. The more matte surface that the paint provides is also a great foil to a semi-gloss or high gloss trim or cabinet paint, and gives a different type of textural look that can be a great focal point within your living space.
(above) Dining Area
Door Panel from Living Etc.
I’ll be keeping pretty busy over the weekend, with lots of loose ends to tie up on current projects and a few new ones to start as well. So, I am going to log off for today (at least from blogging). Hope you all have a wonderful weekend, and for those that would like some suggestions for weekend leisure browsing, here are your links…
-If you haven’t already, and you have a few moments, head over to this post and tell me why you create. I’ve been getting a lot of really great responses so far (thank you to everyone who has done this already). And its for a new column that I’ve been working on (secretly).
-Have a sack of magazines waiting to be recycled? Read this article: 100 ways to reuse old magazines creatively from Always Chrysti. Lots of great ideas!
-And don’t forget to enter to win a photograph from Chelsea Victoria(winner’s choice) as well. Three winners will be chosen. Only a few days left to enter. And while you’re in the mood to enter giveaway, we have a second one for you! Enter to win a handful of sewn prints from artist Clare Elsaesser of Tastes Orangey. Two winner s will be chosen and there are $100 worth of prizes being given away in total!
See you Monday!
image via Cocoa Chu Chu
One of the things that I am obsessed with these days is decorating our 1930′s bungalow that my husband and I bought several years ago now. So, I thought I’d share a few snapshots from our home with you all today.
And also wanted to mention that our home was recently featured in the new issue of NEET Magazine (issue 020. pages 96-99)! The article was all about where you blog from, and features several other blogger’s homes as well (including Ez of Creature Comforts). I would love for you to check it out if you get a chance. Thanks Stephanie for inviting me to be a part of it.
Because the weekends are made for lounging, I thought I would roundup some beautiful bedrooms before I head out for the weekend.
And I didn’t forget about weekend links this week either. Yeah! Scroll all the way down to the bottom for those. See you Monday!
above image via Get Togetha
And a few links for your weekend:
-I did a really fun interview with Claudia of A Place for Twiggs that went up this morning here. I talked about what life was like for me when I was ten, an old obsession, my love for sweets, and a couple of other things. Check it out if you have a little time. I’d love to know what you think.
-Loving this decorative storage solution for shoes (heels specifically). Great weekend project.