Happy Sunday and welcome to another Vintage Cottage Weekend! My friend Debra of Common Ground and I are enjoying getting together every weekend to share all the things we love about vintage cottage decor, gardening and cottage living. Today I am sharing a some plans for a vintage cottage family room makeover!
Interior Decor and Styling
Just because you have a small bathroom doesn’t mean you can’t fully enjoy the space. Sure, you might not be able to fit in one of those huge spa-size baths or a huge walk-in shower, but you can still turn the space into a room that is as attractive and reading as it is functional. If you have been feeling cramped in your current bathroom or would like to convert a closet or other small unusued room into a bathroom, Check out these best small bathroom ideas.
Happy New Year friends! A new year almost always means lists of projects and house goals for those of us who love DIY’s, home decor and design. I have lots of goals this year, but one of my main goals is to infuse more of a traditional vibe throughout our home, as it seems to be what it “wears” so well. I have decided to start a new weekly series where I share some of the traditional decor elements that I am “crushing on” or that I am working to incorporate. Right now I am crushing on skirted tables, particularly small ones for a bedside or cozy corner. For today’s post I am simply sharing a round up of some beautiful skirted tables that caught my eye on Pinterest.
If there is one thing that’s true, it’s that a dark bedroom is depressing and quite unpleasant to sleep in. If your bedroom is dark, dull and in need of life, you will certainly want to make some changes to brighten the space. It’s not just about the lighting (though that will be a factor later). It’s about the colors, the space, itself and even furnishings. Brightening your bedroom is all about making it look like it’s somewhere you want to sleep. It’s somewhere you want to relax and where you want to spend your time.