I’m back with another installment of Product & Inspiration and this time we’re talking decor for your kitchen.
Posted in Design Details, Design Tips, IKEA, tagged ConfettiStyle Blog Series, Design Ideas, Docksta Table, Furniture, Ikea, interior Design Tips, Product and Inspiration, Tables, Tulip Table on March 2, 2015 | 4 Comments »
There are two things I really love in life….design and shopping. Those two things go hand in hand in my book and there’s no better way to share two of my passions with you then in a new blog series called Product and Inspiration.
Similar to “get the look” post that you might see on other blogs, my goal for each Product and Inspiration post is to share a product I love along with inspirational design photos using that item (or something very similar) AND a design tip or two. I hope you enjoy “shopping” with me and more importantly I hope you’re inspired to decorate your life in style.
Posted in DIY, Flowers, IKEA, JEWELRY, Office Accessories, tagged Anthropologie, DIY Plates, Earrings, Flowers, Ikea Hacks, MuncleFredArt, Office Accessories, Office Decor on February 17, 2015 | Leave a Comment »
I ventured out to Ikea last Friday after having stayed away for several months.
A trip to Ikea is not typically something you just do on the spur of the moment. There are a couple of things you’ll need to do before heading to Ikea…
1) You have to think about the day and time to go (in order to maintain your sanity)
2) if you’re married, you have to get the hubs on board at least a week in advance so that he can store up some patience for what is sure to be a few hours of browsing, oohing and awing and creative brainstorming. Oh, and you just might have to promise to take him out to lunch and you pay for it…just saying!
With both to-do’s check off my list the hubs and I headed to Ikea.
Posted in Antique Shopping, DIY, ENTERTAINING, FASHION, IKEA, Tables, Tabletop Decor, tagged Accessories, Blogging, Celebrations, Crafting, diy projects, FASHION, Furniture, Hand Crafted, Inspiration, Monetize Your Blog, Style on July 25, 2014 | Leave a Comment »
Happy Friday! Just a few things to inspire your creativity!
I love the styling of the shoe closet! Such a great way to display the pieces you have and create wearable combos at the same time.
Love this idea for Up-Styling a piece of Ikea furniture!
Since my handbags are in constant rotation, I just might have to try making one of these for myself.
If you’re looking an inexpensive, easy and chic placemat, look not further than the scrapbook aisle at your local craft store for 12 ” x 12″ glittered scrapbook paper.
Here are a few links I know you’ll enjoy!
Why Couples Fight at Ikea (oh so true)
Even if you’re not a food blogger you’ll find this information on making money with your blog interesting.
See you back here Monday with a look at Christmas trends 2014! ( 5 months and counting)
Posted in Crafting, Design Trends, DIY, IKEA, INSPIRATION, Paper Crafts, tagged Contact Paper, diy projects, Faux Marble Contact Paper, Furniture Transformations, Hand Crafted, Marble Contact Paper, Style on June 4, 2014 | 2 Comments »
This has to be one of my all time favorite DIY trends–Faux Marble Contact Paper! What a simple and easy way to turn a basic piece of furniture, picture frame or just about anything into something chic and stylish!
Prepare to be inspired…
Posted in Design Tips, DIY, ETSY, HAND CRAFTED, IKEA, INSPIRATION, LIGHTING, Thrifting, tagged Accessories, Antiques, Candlesticks, Ceramic Vases, Custom Lighting, Etsy Shop, Flea Markets, Ikea, Lamp Arts, Lighting, Vintage, Vintage Jars on March 31, 2014 | Leave a Comment »
So, how was your weekend? I hope it was filled with all things good.
Today we are talking lamps. Unique lamps to be specific. Have you ever made your own DIY lamp or thought about having a lamp made using a favorite decorative piece? If you are looking for a unique, one-of-a-kind lamp this just might be an idea for you.
You could turn a ceramic ginger jar into a lamp like this…
Posted in Coffee Tables, Dining Rooms, DIY, FURNITURE, IKEA, INSPIRATION, Paint, tagged Coffee Table, Color, Dining Tables, hand-painted furniture, Ikea, Ikea furniture, Ikea Hack, Style, Table DIY on March 19, 2014 | 3 Comments »
The beauty of many of the Ikea tables is that they can be transformed and UpStyled with paint.
The beauty of paint is that it is the cheapest design tool you can use to transform your home.
The combination of paint and Ikea furniture can yield stunning results.
The Malm Dressing Table painted grey
The Docksta Table with a painted gold base
The Vittsjo Table painted gold
The Melltorp Table painted yellow
The Docksta Table painted in black chalkboard paint
This round side table is discontinued but the Lindved Table is similar
The Liatorp Table with painted base
Now I’m in the mood to head to Ikea and then paint something. How about you?