In rounding out our #SpringIntoHome series, I thought I would draw some attention to five specific design lessons we can learn from my talented colleagues (that they're using in their own homes!) and I'll share one of my own as well!
Meet my friend, Claire Staszack! She's an interior designer with her own firm, Centered by Design, based in Chicago, IL and her work has been featured in Rue Daily, Domino, Design Sponge, Apartment Therapy, HGTV, Home Polish, and My Domaine (just to name a few!).
For the second week of #SpringIntoHome, we're featuring the home of Bria Hammel, Principal at Minnesota-based Bria Hammel Interiors. Her home is bright, fresh, and definitely has a spring-y vibe that I know you'll love.
This light-filled sunroom belongs to a young, grain-farming family of five located just outside of Swift Current, SK. If you've been following along on Instagram at #FDsunroomproject, you'll know the big reveal has been a long time coming... enjoy!
When I decided to attend the Design Bloggers Conference this March, little did I know that I'd be returning from Los Angeles awarded 2017's 'Best New Design Blog'! Check out the highlights from this year's conference and other details from the trip.
Some of you will know this story but since there are some new readers here who may not be familiar with why my design business has anything to do with a farmer, I thought I would share our story with you all.
It's been a chilly week here in Saskatchewan - with temperatures reaching -30 degrees Celsius - yikes! Therefore, this week's Roundup is chalk full of bright + cozy spaces laced with a healthy dose of fresh florals. Hope you enjoy!
As of late, some of my personally favorite interiors combine Nordic style with a rural farmhouse feel and... maybe a dash of 'boho' thrown in the mix. Even though the walls are often done in white, these rooms are generally ultra warm and cozy feeling... perfect for this time of year in Canada.
The perfect girls' trip to San Francisco - four days wandering the city admiring the jaw-dropping architecture, stopping for lattes at sidewalk cafes, and choosing our dinner spots for the design as much as the food.
One of the things I love about design (or any creative field, really) is the fact that inspiration is everywhere - especially if we look for it. However, in our hectic lives it's hard to slow down, notice the little things, and find joy in simplicity. So...this week I actually took a short break in the middle of the day to get outside and appreciate the beauty of one of my favorite things about springtime in Saskatchewan - lilacs!
One of the most simple but impactful exterior changes you can make to your home involves its lighting. Whether you have a single wall light by your front door, or a series of sconces along your garage, your home's overall curb appeal can be truly transformed by replacing outdated wall lights. Modern lighting lends a safe and welcoming feel to your home's exterior, not to mention the obvious functional benefits of having added light outdoors.
With full-on spring weather right around the corner, we've been thinking about making some small exterior updates to our home to amp up the curb appeal. It seems like my project agenda is always long but a new front step and railings top the list for us this spring. However, you don't need to order a cement truck to improve the look of your home. In fact, it can be pretty simple. Here are five ways to start this spring:
I don't know exactly what makes a lake house feel different than other houses - maybe it's the expectation of sunshine and relaxation or the gathering of friends and family, but whatever it is, lake houses just seem to have a ethereal quality to them.