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I am obsessed with these stunning and creative mirrors from Canadian artist and designer Karen Johnson of Mosaic Works. Karen takes ordinary objects like pencils, rulers and beads and makes pieces of art in the form of mirrors, panels and … Continue reading
How cool are these make your own abstract art kits? I really want to try my hand at one of the blue ones. You are supposed to do this with your loved one and use your bodies to create something … Continue reading
You’ve probably seen the top image pinned over and over on Pinterest. I started searching for the artist and when I found her stuff I actually liked quite a few other pieces way more that the popular Pinterest pin. Check … Continue reading
Hello everyone! My name is Becky and I’m a contributor at Houzz, a home design site focused on helping design professionals and homeowners manage the remodeling and decorating process. Thanks so much to Lindsey for having me! Here’s the thing: … Continue reading
Love these acrylics on canvas by Spanish artist, Yago Hortal. I imagine them bringing color into a primarily white room. Adore! In other art news, have you been following the Sotheby’s sale of Edvard Munch’s “The Scream”? The piece sold for … Continue reading
Pretty obsessed with Brooke Shields’s NYC townhouse. It’s quite the mix of modern and traditional touches. It looks so inviting too! Check out the entire gallery in Architectural Digest.
I love these simple city maps by Jenna Sue Design. Just about every city is available and yours isn’t you can request that she create it for you. The map size and color palette are completely customizable too! These would look … Continue reading
Bungalow 5 is a totally hip furniture design company. Their pieces can easily fit in a modern or traditional home, very versatile. Everything I’ve seen from this company really falls in line with my design aesthetic so I knew I needed to … Continue reading
One of the best things about cooler temperatures is you can finally spend time outside and actually enjoy it! Here in Texas we are still hovering in the low 90s. So, it’s not quite time for fire places, blankets and … Continue reading