I specialize in affordable chic & e-design. I love color, pattern, and finding the look for less. No matter your location or budget, I can help you!
I'm a wife, mother, accessories wizard, art junkie, and fan of all types of design. I also work out of my house while also being a stay-at-home-mom to 2 young girls. So I know about being on a budget!
Found these gold antelope antlers at my local Marshall's yesterday. It reminded me of these classic ones from Ballard Designs. Plus some gold. And it was $12.99. $12.99 people! SOLD! Already hung it on my wall. No doubt my hubby will hate it and not get it....#toobadsosad
These are a classic accessory that have become much more mainstream in recent years. Real porcelain jars are fortunes (and even these faux ones from Wisteria!), so here is a wonderful score for less. I love a group of these on a mantle or entry table.
I know it's been months since this app burst on the scene, but don't forget its potential for custom art. We have a tendency in this day and age to move on to the next hottest app and Waterlogue should be a constant in the art and decor world. It's the fastest, cheapest, easiest way to create your own original art. The flowers are in bloom, kids are playing in the grass, on the beach, and on and on it goes! Here are some of my favorite examples:
My sweet baby girl.
Before Picture (nothing special, but look what waterlogue does for it!)
And after. Had printed out as an 8x10 for our picture wall:
A random picture of a flamingo that I took with my iphone from a magazine ad. Pretty in its own right, but not art worthy. Ps: loving flamingos right now and all the shades of pink and coral in them. A post to come on that in the future.
After - custom art for an art wall!
Last example - a photo I took of Alcatraz from too far away to be anything great.
And now - a nice little abstract landscape.
I've found that often pictures that don't seem "special" turn out the best and pictures that are gorgeous already don't look good in waterlogue.