Inspiration for an interior design style which gives us this tranquillity and escapism is easy to find especially if you love Vintage or Shabby Chic. There's plenty of fabulous interior design blogs dedicated to this peaceful， romantic look.burlap throw pillow covers
Shabbyfufu is well worth a visit if you need a nudge in the right direction or a little eye candy to set you on the right path.
Vintage and Shabby Chic doesn't have to be complicated just as long as you add a little love in each of your rooms the feelings will be carried through your home effortlessly.
When the sun doesn't shine eating indoors can still be romanticpersonalized baby gifts， just add a grouping of candles to your table.
The style is carried outdoors via painted chairs and Vintage inspired garden items to hold plants and Shabby Chic accessories.
After an afternoon in the garden a long soak in the bath is just what the doctor ordered.
Fresh flowers are the ideal Summer home accessory.？
Add a touch of romance via hand-crafted throws in living area and bedrooms.
Men have caves and women have garden sheds which have been lovingly transformed into Summer houses.
This post was inspired by a Shabbyfufu post entitled 'Beach House Blues'
Does anyone else out there have any weird nooks in their homes? I feel likemosthomes have at least one weird nook or corner in them that leave you scratching your head about what to do with them. Well, you may be surprised to learn that the answer to some of the most awkward nooks is to add floating shelves. Floating shelves are not only easy to make and install, but they look great and add storage. They are a big win all the way around.
This year, go faux and say goodbye to tangled lights, brittle branches and dropped needles. Everlasting greenery is better than ever (it’s getting harder and harder to tell the difference), and there are so many beautiful options for decking your halls. Before you make the switch to a hassle-free holiday, there are a few things to keep in mind when shopping for the right size wreath or tree.
I love the Beatrix Potter books, especially those that involve Peter Rabbit. He is always getting into trouble! This little wall hanging or pillow is a great Easter, spring or child’s birthday project.