Wednesday, February 10, 2016

~vote for your favorite barstools~


While I love our barstools, I feel like they are a bit too cottagey 
{is that a word?} 
and I'd like to try something new. 
There is so many choices out there and I just can't decide.
I am hoping you all will help me narrow it down!


Please vote in the comments to which are your favorites, please and thank you!











{way out of my price range but I love!}










{comes in 2 finishes}


Please cast your votes in the comment section.
Thank you so much!

xoxo












Tuesday, February 9, 2016

~lately loving~{black steel}

It's the latest trend and I am loving it!

Here are some of my favorites steel windows, shower doors, etc.
Are you loving this as much as I am?





This kitchen is to die for with those windows, especially that curved one!



Not much privacy here, but I don't think I'd mind.




And this whole room…..
oh my!



Check out this room, and then take the home tour here:


Now let's look at some amazing steel shower doors.



Love these too:


And finally, this one…..


If you would like to try and make a faux steel shower door, check out this!
Ah-mazing!


That shower door used to look like this!




I'm impressed.

xoxo












Friday, February 5, 2016

~the Seattle showhouse~{&giveaway}

I recently had the pleasure of touring the Seattle Showhouse presented by ATG Stores.

This home was 100% virtually designed by 8 designers using over 350 products from ATG Stores.

If you would like to see more photos and details, including bits about each designer and links to products, go here.

Let's get this tour started with the foyer designed by LindHesse Design.
I love all the bold geometric design choices.
That wallpaper is stunning!


Moving on to my favorite room in the house which was a combo kitchen/dining/sitting area, designed by Ashley Redmond who I had the pleasure of meeting when I was there. 
I didn't get good overall photos of this space, so definitely go here to see more!








Onto the living room designed by Seattle designer Brian Paquette.
This room was equally one of my favorites. I love the vintage rug he brought in to compliment the ATG Store products, and the view over the Seattle skyline was amazing!




A glimpse of Brian being interviewed. 


Off of the living room was this sweet unexpected room of pink and white, the family room.
This room was designed by Massucco Warner Miller.





Heading upstairs to the office in the landing designed by Pulp Design Studios.







The master bedroom was fantastic, and the designer Alexa Hampton was so funny!



Remember to see the rest of the rooms and additional photos, go here!

Now, how would you like the chance to win $100 to spend online at ATG Stores? 
Just leave me a comment telling me your favorite room featured and why, and I will pick a winner to be announced a week from today back here on the blog.
Be sure to leave me your email address so I can contact you if you win! 

xoxo






Wednesday, February 3, 2016

~get the look of Magnolia Homes Fixer Upper with Etsy~

Do you love Fixer Upper with Chip and Joanna Gaines? I thought it would be fun to search Etsy for you and show you how you can create their look!

Did you know that all their hand painted signs come from my friend Tara at Between You And Me Signs?

You can find their shop here, and this sign here.




How about a magnolia wreath?
Or the window frame it sits on.


How about these pillows?


How about their Christmas tree sign?


This supermarket sign:


Remember this windmill as wall art?



How about an arched window pane?


And some of those seltzer bottles.

How about this for holding kids craft supplies?

These cotton stems.

Or

this bottle rack.

So many options on Etsy.
Happy shopping!

xoxo







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