Where do I even begin for this one. I have so many photos, I don’t know what to do with them all and some memories that I will never forgot… cliff diving, swimming with pigs, etc, etc.
Last month, Jeff and I went to Harbour Island (North Eleuthera) for the first time, with our friends Ashley and Jared and Ashley’s Dad, Mike. It was our July trip for the 12 trips in 12 months series. — And now that I’ve finally gone through ALL the photos, I’m sharing the highlights.
More sleep, less Monday! I’m easing back into the week hoping that all of us can just go back to dreamland for a few more hours, with a roundup of my favorite DIY headboard ideas. If you can’t get a nap in, at least you can get your bedroom looking mighty fine, right?
Here are 9 DIY headboard ideas that will make you forget it’s Monday…
Today I have a bunch of meetings, followed by a riveting round of ‘how in the world am I going to get my studio organized by Monday’. But I’m excited about the weekend. What are your weekend plans? Anything fun?
If you have any weekend DIYs planned, I have a handful of suggestions for you, as always. And I might just have to use #2 on the list as inspiration for getting this place (at least semi) organized in the not-so-distant future. Click through for all 6 weekend DIYs to try…
This post is sponsored by 3M. All opinions are my own and additional products used in the project were selected by me.
With all the white on white happening in the studio kitchen right now (white cabinets, white countertops, etc), I really wanted a pop of color (and pattern) for the backsplash. But instead of spending a whole lot of money on custom cement tiles, I decided to create my own. Sort of.
I teamed up with 3M and ScotchBlue™ Painter’s Tape to create a super budget-friendly tile option that mimics the unique patterns of those oh-so popular cement ones, using…..wait for it….peel and stick vinyl tiles.
This DIY route may sounds a bit strange, BUT I saved a ton of money and was able to create the exact color combo and pattern I was hoping for. Not bad, considering it only cost me $50!
I love that visual inspiration is right at our fingertips – on Instagram, Pinterest, etc. BUT sometimes my eyes need a break from a screen and I just haveto go offline for inspiration.
Lots of times that involves a quick walk around the neighborhood or putting together a new style guides (which I physically hang up around the studio). But other times, I just want to open up an actual real life book – gasp! (not on an iPad or Kindle) for inspiration.
SO, I’m starting a little series that’s geared towards inspirational books and periodicals that are my go-tos for offline inspiration. They’ll be broken down into categories, like books for the interiors lover, the coolest magazines for creatives, etc, etc. And most are Amazon Prime! Are you into this idea?! Let me know because I’d love to hear your thoughts.
Click through for my fave books and magazines for home decor inspiration… Read More →
I’m breaking out the pastels (and DIYs) for a summer entertaining pie party.
I teamed up with Edwards® Desserts to ‘bring the sweet’ and come up with colorful entertaining ideas that you can recreate with just a handful of materials. They all involve paint, pastels, and are easy-as-can-be to recreate. With bonus points for also being budget friendly. Click through for all three DIY entertaining ideas for summer.
Yesterday was packed behind the scenes, with some amazing ladies, for a fun shoot back at Providence Canyon. I was so happy to be back there again and helping out on something just for fun. Can’t wait to share the photos. Sneak peek after the jump.
As for the rest of this month, it’s been pretty adventurous too, especially with travel – I went to Jacksonville, Texas, North Eleuthera (Bahamas), and Orlando in July. So, I feel like I’m kind of nailing it for the 12 trips in 12 months series.