Simple ways to Spruce Up Your Porch or Stoop for Summer

Whether you have a small stoop or a grand wrap around porch, there’s always something you can do to elevate your curb appeal and make your entryway feel homey.

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Our faux brick accent wall & how we did it!

Since the housing market went crazy over the past two years, Tristan and I decided that it would be best that we stay in our cute little apartment until we’re ready to buy our own house. This way we can save as much money as possible [our landlord recognizes we’re amazing tenants who take care of the property and would rather have low rent than high profit with crappy tenants] and we have time to wait it out until the market cools off. So because we plan on staying here for the unforeseeable future we figured why not invest in some personal touches/upgrades to make it feel more us and our home.

Today I’m taking you along as we upgrade one of the otherwise blank walls in our house to an incredible faux brick accent wall! This decor hack is 100% renter friendly with peel & stick vinyl wallpaper that’s very easy to apply for first timers like myself. I’ll give you all the details on everything you need to know when it comes to creating this accent wall and the methods/tools I used to achieve the best symmetry. Without further ado – let’s create an accent wall!

supplies:

Before starting the application it’s recommended that you leave the wallpaper out for 48 hours in whatever room you’re using it in so it can acclimatize. While you’re waiting the 48 hours make sure you have all the tools that you’ll need to make the application as easy as possible. During this waiting period you’ll also want to make sure you wash the wall to make sure you’re applying the wallpaper to a blank/clean surface!

measuring for perfect symmetry

Following the instructions that are included with the wallpaper is super important. For an accent wall they suggest you start by applying the first panel in the middle of the wall and work your way out from there. They also suggest leaving some extra material around the edges to allow for any shrinkage over a 24 hour period that you can trim off the next day.

application

Starting at the roof [leaving yourself some overlap] peel back the backing and away you go!

I found that the part that requires the most patience is applying the wallpaper to the crease between the wall and the ceiling. For that section I worked the wallpaper on starting at the left corner and smoothing it out horizontally until I reached the right corner. From there I slowly worked in sections, pulling the backing off and smoothing on the wallpaper in a vertical motion.

The wallpaper was extremely easy to line up, mainly because the brick pattern created its own guideline. It was also easy to remove and re-apply if I did need to fix a spot and it didn’t peel any paint off of the wall making it 100% renter friendly!

Our wall took three panels to fully cover which turned out to be two rolls but we had enough left over to do another smaller accent wall in our kitchen.

trimming the edges

This is the final and most important step. As I learned – start from the bottom and work your way up so you can get the hang of it without standing on a ladder. You also want to make sure you have maximum patience for this step because it’s important to go slow and create the most accurate cut line you can manage. I find if you try to move quickly while trimming the edges using the utility knife it’s easy to lose control which will mess up your line.

before
after

tips to take away:

  • Patience is KEY
  • Make sure you have the proper tools and supplies for application
  • Follow the instructions provided with the wallpaper
  • Have fun with it!!! Don’t put too much pressure on getting it perfect

It’s safe to say that I’m in love with the way wallpaper can transform a space… this may have created an accent wall obsession, but we’ll see LOL.

I hope this post inspired you to be bold and try out some wallpaper in your home! If you follow the tips and tricks in this post it’ll be so easy you’ll be wishing you had done it sooner!

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Bedroom Moodboard with Target

Somehow when we move or renovate our homes, the master bedroom always tends to be an after thought and we’ve followed right along with that trend.

I’ve been browsing a ton of bedroom looks, furniture, and decor trying to capture the perfect cosy, serene aesthetic for our master and in doing so I’ve realized I have a taste for Target Home.

As you can tell I’m definitely draw to neutrals and deep gorgeous tones (hence the nightstand) and I think they balance each other out really well. Mixed in with some natural elements, differing textures, tones, and metals to add a lot of life into a smaller space.

Water hyacinth fringe basket natural
3pc taper candle holder set black
Geometric tufted area rug gray
Stitch line throw blanket

The bigger items like bed frames, headboards, and this gorgeous metal garment rack are essentials but will help to fill in the space. I’m loving the look of an oversized statement headboard lately.

Queen diamond tufted nail button wingback bed
Skyline custom unholstered swoop wingback bed
Queen wicker headboard

Shop more target home finds HERE and HERE.

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High End Home Dupes

When it comes to interior design I strongly believe that good design can be accessible to all, sometimes it just takes a little investing of your time to scope out the products that are affordable yet hold up its value.

We’ve all been there – you’re browsing home decor online and you stumble upon something that catches your eye…. until you see the price tag. It’s disappointing when you find a trendy item to find out it will cost you upwards of $300. Most folk can’t justify spending that amount on a vase or decorative bowl, myself included. I’ve scoured the internet to bring you all the decor items that are high-end inspired at a fraction of the cost without having to sacrifice quality, because everyone deserves a home that they’re proud of.

Vases

Most of the high-end vases and accent pieces are inspired by Jonathon Adler and his unique take on the human body. The vases are gorgeous but the price tag – not so much. Thankfully Amazon has got you covered and you can find tons of look-a-likes for a fraction of the price!

Jonathan Adler vase dupe

other look-a-like finds:

  1. Ceramic Face Vase
  2. Ceramic flower vase Nordic style hand shape
  3. Modern ceramic vase // set of two

Mirrors

Anthropology is famous for their gleaming primrose mirror and so they should be, it’s magnificent and straight out of a princess castle. However the smallest size goes for $848 – yikes. There are some great look-a-likes that allow you to purchase a bigger size for less than $600.

Anthropology primrose gleaming mirror dupe

other look-a-like finds:

  1. Amelie wall mirror in gold
  2. Ornate filigree mirror // vertical
  3. Graddy accent mirror

Tables

I’m sure we can all agree that Restoration Hardware has the biggest collection of designer furniture that is show stopping but also wallet draining. Here’s some dupes to get you by instead!

other look-a-like finds:

  1. Rustic round dining table // this one is a slightly different design as it incorporates metal but it’s only $259!
  2. 5-piece set // get this entire set for only $1,117
  3. Concrete top round dining table

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Best of Target Home

If I could furnish my entire home from Target – I would. However there’s two major problems with that 1) I’m Canadian and our stint with Target was short lived and 2) Shipping is a nightmare & cost an arm an a leg. So for now I’m living vicariously through all my American friends that can readily shop target and I’m always thinking of you, hence this round-up. From bedroom decor & furnishing to your living room and everything in between – it’s all here in this neat little guide.

the details

Southport Patio Egg Chair // $500 // obsessed with these chairs for your patio this season

Gray Jute Rug with fringe // $149

Safavieh natural nightstand // $518

Southport patio chair set // $299

Wood & glass gold finish bar cart // $149

Valenti Framed Arch Mirror // $129 // who knew shape could be so influential? Arches are huge right now and this mirror is no exception

3-door accent media cabinet // $263

Portola Hills Caned Door TV Stand // $399

Springville Bookshelf with Drawers // $259

South Coast Large Writing Desk // $399

Geometric front nightstand // $142

Diamond tufted wingback headboard // $870

Keurig single cup coffee maker // $169

Atlas floor lamp // $225

Brown rattan ottoman // $189

2-door wood and rattan accent cabinet // $218 // y’all know I’m a sucker for anything rattan & I love the deep stain they used for this cabinet

Paisley tufted area rug // $300

Vintage oak bookcase // $129

Off white tufted rug // $303

Electric fireplace TV stand // $308 // we have a fireplace TV stand and although it isn’t this one specifically we love ours, especially on those chilly evenings!

Vintage oak coffee table // $142

Minsmere Caned TV Stand Natural Brown // $300

Bookshelf with hutch // $309

Foundry wood coffee table // $168

Modern rectangular coffee table // $206 // this is about as farmhouse as it gets my friends

Vintage writing oak desk // $119

Two-toned mid century modern coffee table // $170

Custom upholstered wingback headboard // $675

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Wall Shelf with Polished Brass Brackets // $30

Esters Wood Arm Chair // $300

Porto Nightstand with Drawer Bleached Wood // $160

Sierra Round Farmhouse Pedestal Base Wood Dining Table // $1,575.99 // pricey but worth it

Faux Leather Barstool Whiskey Brown // on sale for $175

Million Dollar Baby Classic Tanner 6-Drawer Dresser // $599 // love the leather pulls, gives it character & warmth!

Happy Target shopping American friends!

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How to up Your Curb Appeal

This week is all about giving your front porch a refresh and elevating your curb appeal whether you’re planning to stay in your home long term or getting ready to sell! With the future being so unpredictable right now it’s definitely a good idea to create an outdoor space where you can retreat this spring and summer, and if you’re anything like me the front porch is a great place to kick back and people watch, lol. What else are we gonna do during a pandemic – am I right? Today I’m bringing you all the tips and tricks to make your front porch a cosy oasis that also up’s your curb appeal!

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Heavy on the layers (outdoor carpets, door mats)

The cosiest spaces are super generous with layers! I’m on board with the layered carpet trend and you can always find really cute outdoor rugs to layer – pair a neutral with a bold design. Don’t forget to add some outdoor throw pillows and throw blankets to make it extra cosy.

the details

Cream Fringe Lumbar Pillow // $21

Stripe Throw Pillow Navy // $56

Lumbar Pillow Oversized Stripe Gray & Sour Cream // $29

Cream Chenille Euro Dec Pillow // $22

Barefoot Dreams ‘In The Wild’ Throw // $119

Light Brown Sevan Soft Cotton Diamond Weave Throw Blanket // $30

Desert Hatch Outdoor Rug Gray // 7′ x 10′ // $97

Distressed Medallion Outdoor Rug // 7’x10′ // $119

Mod Desert Outdoor Rug Neutral // 5′ x 7′ // $59

Eco-Friendly Rolled Natural Indoor/Outdoor Jute Throw Rug // 22′ x 60′ // $39

KHL Rugs Serenity Largo Solid Indoor Outdoor Rug // 5Ft Sq // $199

Pro tip: store your outdoor accessories that you don’t want to get wet into a weather resistant bin that won’t be an sore like this one [or here’s an equally cute option that’s more affordable!]

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Warm ambience lighting (lanterns, string lighting)

There’s an abundance of options when it comes to choosing lighting that will help to set the mood! I love the ambiance of outdoor lanterns enveloping glowing candles, paired with strings of twinkly fairy lights or globe lights. We’ve also lit up our flower bed with solar garden lights that adds a nice visual feature, you could do the same or use these type of lights to line your walkway.

the details

Hexagon Outdoor Lantern Gold Frame // 13′ // $33

Rattan Outdoor Table Lamp // 31′ // $138

Rattan Outdoor Lantern LED Candle Natural // 17′ // $39

Antique Grey Decorative Lanterns Metal Candle Lanterns // set of two // $60

Melrose Candleholders Brown, Rust // 10.5′ // $59

Arrington Mystic Black & Gold Outdoor Lights // 13′ set of two // $199

Globe String Lights // G40 UL // $33

Globe String Lights // 50Ft G40 // $67

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Lots of flowers & plants in cute planter boxes

Spring and summer are two of the seasons that you can without a doubt use greenery as outdoor decor because the weather allows it [thanks Mother Nature]. Think hanging lush ferns, planter boxes with an assortment on colourful flowers, your favourite tropicals, or all three! I love the look of planter boxes on each side of a front door and they don’t have to be huge to make a statement.

the details

Cream Square Metal Planter Boxes // set of 3 // $242

Rustic Elevated Planter Box // 17’ x 19’ x 28’ // $153

Antique Pine Planter Box // $64

Pure Garden Black Plastic Square Planter Box with Lattice Pattern // $31

Tuscany Outdoor Planter Boxes // 18′ + 24′ set of two // $1,335

Leisure Season Wooden 3-Tier Planter Box // 18 in. W x 47 in. H // $139

ASAINC Coffee Plastic Planter Box // set of four // $150

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Somewhere to chill (couch, sectional, chairs) and kick back (coffee table, side table)

Think of somewhere to sit back and put your feet up with a hot cuppa & your favourite book on a bright summer morning – pure bliss. Outdoor benches and chair sets look great on a front porch without taking up too much room and you can always find [or DIY] a small table to match.

the details

Armen Living Brielle Armed UV Protected Outdoor Light Eucalyptus Wood and Charcoal Rope // $455

Praiano Outdoor Patio Occasional Collection // $233

Gray Strap Girona Outdoor Patio Accent Chairs // set of two // $399
*also comes in white

Britanna Patio Club Chair Natural // set of two // $450

Noble House Carolina Teak Brown 1-Piece Wood Outdoor Couch with Cream Cushions // $415
*also comes in gray

Modern Outdoor Couch with Wood Legs // $1,199

Noble House Brava Grey 3-Piece Wood Outdoor Couch // $849
*also comes in teak

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Outdoor decor (wreaths, signs, trinkets)

The final touch is personalizing your front porch with some decor! Wreaths for the front door, welcome signs, and wall hangings are all affordable options to really showcase your personality and give guests a hint of what could be inside!

the details

Stupell Home Decor Succulent Wreath Welcome Home Sign // 7′ x 17′ // $38
*darker version for $30

Mixed Floral Spring Wreath // 24′ // $116

Red Tulip Wreath // 24′ // $49

Assorted Tulip Wreath // 24′ // $35

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I hope this gave you loads of inspiration to get outside and freshen up your patio! What were your favourite finds?

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Obsessed: 3R Studio

I used to think that I didn’t have a definitive style that I preferred throughout my home – I liked a bit of everything. Then I realized after evaluating the items that I’ve hearted the most each week in the weekly loved series, I am leaning into classic farmhouse elements more than ever. I’m craving all the warm wooden furniture and rattan/seagrass textures. Luckily we have a ton of scrap wood laying around that I can use to incorporate into our home however when it comes to the items that I can’t [or don’t want to, lol] DIY myself 3R Studio has got me covered. I was so thrilled when I stumbled upon this brand and fell in love immediately with almost every piece they feature. I loved their decor so fiercely that I knew my fellow farmhouse lovers would feel the same, so if that’s you buckle up! You’re going to want everything they offer.

*this post is not sponsored

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the details

Metal Oval 2-Tier Tray // $58

Metal Wall Rack and 3 Tin Pots with Hangers // $41 // these would look so cute in a playroom or homework station!

Creative Co-op 46″ Wood Metal Wall Mirror // $286

Round Bamboo Floor Baskets w/ Wood Legs, Set of 3 // $197 // these planters are really warm and I love the texture of the bamboo

Enameled Metal “Bread” Box // $76

Stoneware Pots, Set of 3 // $120

Glass Vase with Metal Frog Lid // $37 // this vintage inspired piece is so beautiful for any room

Brown Decorative Vases, Set of 3 // $42

White Buckets, Set of 3 // $95

Wood-Framed Wall Weekday Chalkboard with 5 Metal Hooks // $220 // this would be perfect for an entryway or mudroom

Galvanized Metal Shelf // $38

Decorative Metal & Glass Hourglass // $66 // I’m thinking home office all the way for this piece

“Lost Socks” Wall Decor with Clothespins // $44

Round Wire Hanging Glass Vases with Crystals // $81 // my favourite find of this round-up

Studio Decorative Metal Containers, Set of 2 // $115

6-Pc. Fir Wood Crate with Glass Bottles // $52

Decorative Painted Wood Ladder // $98 // I love that this blanket ladder is made from natural material, I really enjoy bringing nature indoors

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What were you drawn to the most? For me it’s definitely the Round Wire Hanging Glass Vases with Crystals [on sale right now for $80] that takes the cake! Instantly dress up any setting with whimsy, artsy, farmhouse style at the core of these decor items.

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Obsessed: vintage furniture

Lately I’ve been loving on vintage furniture and the character that it brings into a space. It creates a lived-in feel without having to sacrifice space for functionality and is super easy to up-cycle! Check out your local thrift shops and consignment stores for vintage furniture at a reasonable price — if you’re willing to spend a little bit more then head to an antique shop or market. Garage sales are also another great source for vintage furniture at a great price and typically you can negotiate the sale! Today I’m bringing you some vintage inspiration with beautiful furniture pieces and how to incorporate each one into your home.

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Vintage Card Catalog

Card catalogs were used a ton in library’s back in the early 1900’s — it contained cards on every book that the library system owned. They range in size and styles and you can find an abundance of up-cycle inspo for this specific furniture item on Pinterest.

vintage: 4-drawer oak card catalog, 20-drawer library card catalog [only one available]

new: oxford two drawer console table, pink painted 36-drawer cabinet

Hoosier Cabinet

This was the cabinet every women wanted in their home during the late 1800’s and early 1900’s. It revolutionized the kitchen to resemble something of what we know now, with beautiful built in cabinetry.

antique: oak Hoosier style cabinet

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Vintage wooden wardrobe for linens

No linen closet? No problem, vintage wardrobes have got you covered.

vintage: Falster wardrobe, antique armoire wardrobe, European painted wardrobe

new: wood & metal wardrobe, handcrafted solid teak wood wardrobe

Antique bookcase with sliding glass panes

I can think of so many different things that you could do with this bookcase — in my house it would probably be used to house my plants but I think it would virtually work in any room!

vintage: mid-century modern walnut glass front bookcases, 19th century walnut bookcase

new: heirloom storage cabinet

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Vintage Hutch

I love the weathered look of this hutch, it truly looks like a classic vintage farmhouse find.

vintage: vintage solid hutch, vintage large standing cabinet in green [only one available]

new: classic Cadiz hutch

Antique China cabinet

Formally to store China and dishes, now used to store just about anything! There’s many different styles and unique variations of these gorgeous cabinets so you’re guaranteed to find something that fits your aesthetic.

vintage: walnut dining room China cabinet

new: mahogany grey China cabinet

Older pieces have a way of livening up any home giving it that lived in cosy feel, and many tend to be made with the kind of oldschool craftmanship you just can’t find anymore with mass production!

Do you have any vintage finds in your home?

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How-to Make Your Kitchen Functional and Organized

A few weeks ago when I gave you guys all the tips and tricks to keep your home organized in 2021, I realized that there are so many good kitchen finds that it truly deserves its own post. The kitchen is the hub of the home so it’s important that it’s functional and the way you organize it is intentional! Thankfully this guide will make it fool-proof and as easy as 1, 2, 3! Let’s do this thing.

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Pantry

If you’re lucky enough to have a gorgeous walk in pantry then you definitely need organizational tools to help keep it functional — even more so if you’re like me and your “pantry” is just another cupboard in your kitchen.

Containers

Containers are so handy and come in a variety of styles such as acrylic [see through], material, and wicker to name just a few. They’re great for organizing snacks and miscellaneous items that usually don’t have a designated spot in your pantry, keeping everything nice and tidy as well as easy to find. Having a different container/basket for each category really makes it easier to keep track of what you need to replenish, another great feature especially if you use acrylic containers because then you can physically see what you have.

1 / Deep Stacking Bin

2 / Small Tint Stacking Drawers

3 / Water Hyacinth Bin

4 / Bin Clip Labels (also come in black, and gold!)

5 / Decorative Coiled Rope Square Base Tapered Basket Medium White 13″” – Threshold , Beige

6 / Large Woven Rectangular Storage Basket White – Room Essentials

7 / Seagrass Lidded Basket, Medium – Havana

8 / Compact Plastic Bin 4-Pack

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Jars

Jars are probably one our favourite storage items, you’ll find plenty scattered around our kitchen. I love the aesthetic appeal they have doubling as decor while keeping your spices, pastas, and baking ingredients air-tight and fresh!

1 / Jamie Oliver Food Storage Jar with Wooden Lid, Small Ceramic Kitchen Container, Gray

2 / Mason Jars 10 oz With Regular Lids and Bands

3 / 8oz 250ML Reusable Thick Clear Glass Storage Jar with Cork Stopper and Wooden Spoon

4 / Hermetic Storage Jar

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Under-the-Sink

I don’t know about you, but under our kitchen sink it’s likely to look like a small bomb imploded. That was until I found these amazing organizers that are cost friendly and expandable therefore typically universal for whatever space you’re working with.

1 / SimpleHouseware 2 Tier Sliding Cabinet Basket Organizer Drawer, Bronze

2 / SimpleHouseware Under Sink 2 Tier Expandable Shelf Organizer Rack

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Fridge

Who knew organizing your fridge could be so dang satisfying. I did a complete overhaul

a few weeks ago and took out everything in my fridge to give it a good deep clean, before putting everything back in I put in fridge liners and used organizational bins made specifically for the cold. Now cleaning the fridge is 10x easier and its so convenient to find items that I would normally have to move a million other things out of the way to grab. Can you relate to that frustration or is it just me, lol?

1 / StorageBud Stackable Fridge Organizer Bins (14 Piece)

2 / Turntable with Non-Slip Mat Fridge Organizer

3 / Plastic Egg Holder for Refrigerator with Handle and Lid

4 / Kinetic 4-piece Storage and Organizer Fridge Bins Set

5 / Fridge Plastic Storage Organizer Bin with Handles

6 / Large Bin Food Storage Organizer for Fridge and Pantry

7 / Fridge Soda Bin-Grey Organizer

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I hope this post inspires you to start your spring cleaning — out with our old messy ways and in with a breath of fresh air our new tidy kitchens!

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Add Some Yellow to Your Living Space

Although I’m a huge fan of calm and textured neutrals – you’ll see me talking about colour a lot this year! It’s a trend that is rapidly growing in the home decor department and for good reason. Colour is cheerful, bright, and fun which is something we all need a little bit of after the past year we’ve had, don’t you agree?

Colour of the Year

2021’s colours of the year are PANTONE 17-5104 Ultimate Gray and PANTONE 13-0647 Illuminating – a beautiful yellow and gray that compliment each other perfectly.

PANTONE 17-5104 Ultimate Gray and PANTONE 13-0647 Illuminating

Although we’re only three-ish months into the year we can see these colours inspiring many beautiful homes and living spaces. Today I’m sharing some of my favourite spaces, filled with different tones of yellows that will show you how to use the cheerful colour in multiple ways.

Big + Bold

Bringing in colour with your largest furniture pieces will make a bold statement! Yellow inspires brightness and can make a room feel drastically warmer, while contrasting grays and neutrals will balance out the brightness and bring back that muted earthy feel.

Couches

Why not make a statement and lounge in style with a bright and beautiful sectional that fills the room with warmth.

sectional / similar light fixture / similar wall art

Chairs

If you aren’t ready to commit to a bold couch then start small and get an accent chair that will have the same effect and draw the eye of whoever enters the room!

similar chair / bamboo blanket ladder / similar cactus statue

Accent wall

Accent walls are perfect for that much needed pop of colour and because it typically doesn’t require a full can of paint its inexpensive and you can change it out easily!

similar paint colour / similar chair / similar coffee table

Small + Subtle

Both bold and exuberant, you don’t need much yellow to make an impact in a space. Yellow decor creates the perfect subtle pop of colour and can easily be switched or transitioned out if you need a change.

Throws

You can never go wrong with a cosy throw! Functional and will add a ton of texture to your space.

throw pillows / throw blanket / similar carpet

Decor pieces

I adore seasonal decor especially fresh flowers around the house and fruit on our counter so it’s super easy to just switch out these everyday objects with some yellow.

yellow forsythia / hand towels / lemons

Use Nature

To my point above, use what nature provides you to come up with some really cool DIY decor pieces!

glass vase / yellow roses / twine

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I hope this inspired you to bring some yellow into your space – either seasonally or a more permanent feature. What space was your favourite? Talk soon loves.

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