Books. Magazines. I love them stacked. I enjoy seeing my books and magazines (neatly) over-flowing all around my home. I tend to keep my stacks in my kitchen and office, but I also often have stacks of books and magazines in my bedroom. They make me happy. And it seems like these stacks make others happy, too.
designed by Alexander White, via Home Adore
Mark D. Sikes
via Love Eva
Have a great weekend! Happy reading!
Note to self: Find a wall to hang/lean a piece of oversized art. I do love a good gallery wall (see my office in Style at Home), but a wall featuring a massive photograph creates a “wow” moment, too.
Sun N Salt, Etsy
designer – Ashley Botten, via House & Home
I recently learned of a design firm called Three Birds Renovations, and each project is absolutely stunning. You wouldn’t have to twist my arm to live in any of these spaces.
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Three Birds HQ
It’s been all One Room Challenge around the design blogosphere over the last six weeks, and the featured designers and guest participants shared all their after photos on Wednesday and Thursday this week. This means that we have a lot of reading to catch up on this weekend! Hooray!
To get us started, here’s a peek into five beautiful spaces from the featured designers. Next week, I’ll share some of my favourite spaces designed by the guest participants.
backyard oasis – Jojotastic
basement – Coco & Jack
master bedroom – Rambling Renovators
living room – Natasha Habermann
office – Bisou Style
Have a great weekend, everyone! Happy Mother’s Day!
If you’re looking to refresh your bookshelf style this spring (you know, if you follow the declutter-reclutter pattern like I sometimes do), then you might be inspired by today’s collection of images. With the inclusion of objects, plants, and books, these shelves look tidy and stylish.
via Cheetah is the New Black
via Sarah Sherman Samuel