Grandma chic, grandmillenial, the new old trend, whatever you prefer to call this trend, it’s having a moment.
I was just sitting there minding my business eating a bagel on a Sunday morning.
It wasn’t even planned, guys. In fact, my plans were to put baby to bed, grab a bag of cheese cubes, and watch The Office reruns for the billionth time. But there I was staring at the inside our fridge on a Friday night and something in me snapped.
The fairy thrift mothers have blessed me with this thrifted find! A reader sent me a message saying she spotted this couch and thought of me so I immediately made my way down to the Habitat for Humanity ReStore in Akron to snatch it up! Can you believe it was $40? It’s a vintage piece on casters! I am so excited to style this, and possibly resell it down the road.
Reading Summer’s guest post here on the blog about the latest home decor trends made me realize I’ve been inspired by a few of these over the last few months. In the spirit of keeping everything budget-friendly on this blog, I thought I’d share how I styled some of the rooms in our homes using some of the trends Summer mentioned in her post.
Designer Summer Alaedeen got a sneak peek at this year’s home decor trends at the High Point furniture market and is back with a new guest post as part of our home decor Summer Series.
Now that summer is finally here, I thought I’d pass on some great new trends sure to brighten up your home.
Some people have a thing for sofas, paint colors, or art work. For me, it’s rugs. When I’m furnishing a room or changing up decor in my home, I’m the type of person who typically uses rugs as my starting point. When we moved into a house that required rugs in practically every room, I was in rug heaven.
Ever have a specific vision for something and the results exceeded your expectations? That’s what happened with my experience with Nations Photo Lab.
All throughout my pregnancy, I knew I wanted the artwork in the nursery to have some type of personal meaning and connection so I decided to wait for the moment of inspiration to hit.
Summer Alaedeen, designer at Adeas Interior Design is back with another home decor and DIY post for our Summer Series. This time she’s helping us kick off the new year by helping us find purpose in repurposing! Read on to see how a little creativity can help you get organized in the new year.
I’m thrilled to introduce a new home decor series on the blog: The Summer Series. Summer Alaedeen is a dear friend and incredibly talented interior designer based out of Cleveland, Ohio.