Now more than ever, more and more people are working from home. Trying to adjust and find a schedule that works for you can be challenging.
I have been working from home 100% of the work week for the past few years. Initially it was a BIG adjustment, but now I absolutely love it. I’ve noticed my stress level has decreased, my schedule is more flexible and I can multi-task chores in between answering emails and getting work done. Continue reading “Tips for Working From Home”
DIY: Marble Easter Eggs
I have been seeing these Marble Easter Eggs everywhere the past couple years, and I think they are so cool! So this year I decided I was going to tackle making these puppies. They are super simple and there are so many color variations you can do. Continue reading “How to make Marbled Easter Eggs”
Travel Lake Tahoe
Vibrant colors and a landscape like no other, Lake Tahoe is the second deepest lake in the United States, ringing in at a whomping 1,644 feet deep. At 6,255 ft. in elevation, Lake Tahoe is also one of US of A’s few lakes that high in the sky, and is guaranteed to take your breath away.
Holiday Gold Ring Wreath
Happy Holidays Everyone! This post is all about those gold ring wreaths that you have been seeing everywhere this year! I think they are so versatile and easing to swap out for any time of year! Continue reading “How to Create a Gold Ring Wreath for any Season”
Mirror Decorating Tips
Mirror Mirror on the wall…
Lately I have had an unhealthy obsession with big over the top mirrors. The bigger the better, the funkier the more fabulous. Basically….
I like big mirrors and I cannot lie! Continue reading “Decorating with Mirrors”
Oh the possibilities!
A bookshelf can be the epitome of your personal style and the focal point of any space. They can add tremendous depth to a room, and can easily give a space a facelift. Continue reading “8 Ways to Spice Up Your Drab Bookshelf”
I am by no means a minimalist.
Although, I do absolutely despise clutter – it makes me a little crazy. Continue reading “A Faux Minimalist’s Guide Decluttering Your Bedroom”
Hi There friends!
I am working on a new section of my website for Travel and City Guides. Ahh, I know super exciting! I know, I know this is way out of left field for an interior design blog. BUT… I am a jack of all interests, and would like to incorporate more of my life into this blog. Continue reading “San Diego Travel Guide”
bōhō • shēk
adjective: Boho Chic
When you look up the definition of both, “Bohemian” and “Chic,” you will find adjectives like: “avante-garde,” “eclectic,” “creative,” “polished” and “fashionable.” The purpose of “Bohemian Chic” is to create spaces with limitless freedom that can stand the test of time, that also have elements that make the space look lavish and wordly. Boho Chic when done correctly looks effortless and trendy. Continue reading “Interior Decor Ideas for a Boho Chic Look”
Is your home looking lack-luster?
Does it need a pick me up?
Why not bring the outdoors in? Nature has an unspoken beauty to it. Not many things can take a person’s breath away. Your home is meant to be your sanctuary, your escape, your humble dwelling. Continue reading “How To: Add Natural Elements to Your Home!”
…..It’s Me….I know it has been awhile, and I apologize for not posting more consistently. What do you think of my new website design/layout? I am low key in love with it!
I thought for this post I would highlight and showcase a few of my favorite Instagram profiles and personalities. Now, not all of these are interior design based. Some are, and some are food oriented, and others are here because I am obsessed with their life. Ahem….travel bloggers and Instagram phenoms alike! Continue reading “Some Of My Instagram Favs!”
Spring has Sprung! It’s time to get outside and enjoy that sunshine! In my renting experience, any outdoor space that is not shared is absolutely tiny and because garden-retreat roof top spaces aren’t really feasible for many renters, I have decided to compile some drool worthy outdoor inspo for your seriously small balcony.