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Favorites Of The Week

Yay for Friday!  It’s been a busy week and I’m excited that the weekend is here because I get to spend time working on a few fun things like planning for my nephews college graduation next week, finalizing the details of our anniversary trip (so excited) and working on a stencil project.

Lots to do but all things that put a smile on my face.  Enjoy my favorite posts, pins and products of the week and have a super weekend. I’ll see you back here Monday.



This flower arrangement is just stunning and Anatashia walks you through the easy steps to create your own.

Garden Wisteria and Iris Arrangement

Flower Arrangement

I loved seeing the reveal of this truly stunning bathroom by Maggie Holmes. And I would kill to own that vintage gorgeous glass and brass vanity mirror!

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One of my favorite vignette combinations….malachite + black + gold and stripes.  And check out that simple nailhead detail around the door.

Design Chic Vignette

Design Chic


Do you get Style at Home magazine?  It’s Canada’s leading home decor and interiors magazine and one of my favorite publications.  The spaces they showcase in the magazine as beautiful and inspiring.  You can follow their Pinterest board here.

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Style at Home

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Style at Home



I love that block heels are a hot fashion trend right now and I can’t resist tassels so I had to buy these adorable sandals.

Steve Madden Darcie Sandle

I recently discovered this great Etsy shop, OneDayLongAgo which sells beautiful Turkish gift wrap and other unique paper products.  Many of the design have a chinoiserie vibe and most of the sheets are under $3.00. The shop is currently running a 15% off sale for purchase over $35 (good thru June 30th)!

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Shelly Signature

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Who else if happy that we’ll be springing forward tonight with the time change?  I love the extra daylight this time of year and the added energy I get when springtime arrives.  The only downside is the nasty pollen and my allergies.   Before I head out to enjoy the weekend, I wanted to drop in and share a few things that caught my attend this week.  Enjoy your weekend and my favorite post, pictures and pins!


I talked about how to shop from catalogs earlier in the week and How To Shop Like A Pro On-line give you tips for shopping e-commerce.

Shopping E-commerce

This might be one of the easiest and coolest handcrafted monogram DIY projects ever. And you’ll definitely want to check out the app.

Reclaimed Wood Monogram

Yard sale season is almost here and you’ll want to check out these tips if you’re planning on having a yard sale this spring.

Yard Sale tips

I came across this bedroom side table vignette on Pinterest and was so captivated with it.  I love the eclectic mix and of course that adorable Press of Champagne wall plaque.

Favorite Pin


This DIY Pom Pom pillow is just beautiful and so creative.

pom pom pillow

If  you’ve been looking for a market tote, you might want to buy this tote.  It’s a great price.



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Over the weekend I did a little review of the blog to see which post were your favorites in 2015.  While some of the top post surprised me, others didn’t.  As I looked at the top 10 post, I was happy to see that the things you love most are the things I love sharing most with you on the blog…design tips and decorating how-to’s, product inspiration, easy craft day’s and unique gift wrap ideas.

All of the blog topics you enjoyed most last year will continue here on the blog with even more impact.  I plan to share lots more design information in my Design Guide, Product + Inspiration and Design Chat series and have some fun and easy gift wrap and DIY projects for you as well.  I so appreciate the time you spend here on the blog and if there is anything new you’d like to see in  2016, just leave me a comment below.

I’m excited for what 2016 will bring but for now let’s take a look back at the Top 10 Blog Post of 2015!

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How To Style a Sectional Sofa

How to Style a Sectional Sofa  {my most popular PIN on pinterest}

Decorating Tops of Bookcases and Armoires

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Decorative Tops of Bookcases and Armoires

Barn lights

Barn Lights–A Uniques Indoor Decorating Option

Diy Mug Wraps

DIY Mug Wraps (2014)  {one of my most popular Pins too!}

Decorating with the things you love

Decorating With Things You Love

Hemnes Shoe Cabinet

Product + Inspiration:  Hemnes Shoe Cabinet

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My Christmas Theme 2015

{p.s.  There’s a sneak peek of my 2016 Christmas theme over on the ConfettiStyle Instagram page}

Gamleby Plate Shelf

Product + Inspiration:  Gamleby Plate Shelf

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Merry & Bright Holiday Home Tour–Part 1

Gift Wrap Inspiration by ConfettiStyle1

Gift Wrap Inspiration:  A New Way To Add Ribbon



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VA Centerpiece 2 2015

Hello friends!  

I hope everyone had a great week last week and are enjoying all of this beautiful fall weather we are having.  I can’t believe it is already snowing in some parts of the country.  I wanted to pop in today and give you an update of where I’ve been and what I’ve been doing.


It’s been quiet here on the blog for the last week because the planning for the (CAC) Community Assistance Center Vintage Affair non-profit event I chaired kinda took over my life.  The event was Saturday night and I’m happy to say that all of the centerpieces got done, decorating the event space went off without any major hiccups and the evening turned out great.  Everyone in attendance had a great time and above all, we raised lots of money for the organization.

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  As with most non-profit events, everything is done on a tight budget so that required me to great creative with the decor for the event.  The theme of this years event was Connecting Communities so I came up with the idea of creating hearts out of puzzle pieces to convey the message of connecting.

Each and every one of the hearts used in the centerpiece were handmade from thousands of puzzle pieces and then the entire heart was spray painted with gold metallic paint.   I reached out to Rustoleum and they graciously donated spray paint for the decor and I can’t thank them enough.  The red and gold pom poms were made from Christmas garland cut into small pieces and glued to wood skewers. I skipped for joy when I came across the garland in the exact color we needed to match the event logo (it was meant to be)!

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The final piece to the centerpiece puzzle (no pun intended) were larger puzzle pieces with words written on them that represent the mission of CAC.

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I have chaired this fundraiser for 4 years and will be turning it over to someone else next year as I step in to the role of President of the Board of Directors for CAC.  Working with CAC over the last 5 years has been so rewarding because it allows me to give back to the community and also because I get to experience first-hand the gratitude of the people the organization helps.

If you live in the Atlanta area and want to learn more about CAC or volunteer with the organization, head here.


I’ll be back in full blog mode tomorrow with some design inspiration for you.


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Decorating with typography letters can be a lot of fun.  As this craft turned decorative piece has gained popularity, you started seeing lots of designer incorporating letters into chic wall decor statements.  Now typography letters are being used in many different applications not only because they add a personal touch to decor but also because they are one of most budget-friendly accessory items you can buy.

Here’s a round-up of some of my favorite typography letters and inspiring images on how they can be used to decorate.

The Product…

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Bronze Magnet Letter / Gold Resin Letter / Galvanized Metal LetterPaper Mache Letter / Studded Burlap Letter / Monogram Letter / Chalk Letter

The Inspiration…

A monogram hanging on a front door is such a classic way to welcome guest.  I love the look of this berry covered letter, especially for the holidays.

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Finding good wall decor for a kitchen can sometimes be a challenge.  You can use letters to make a custom wall piece that’s perfect for your home.

tip:  words perfect for a kitchen:  Yum, Savor, Gather, Diner

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If you’re looking for something different to dress your door during the holidays, consider using letters to create a holiday sentiment.  Cover the letters with green felt, moss or even a coat of spray paint to coordinate it with your holiday decor.

tip:  holiday words to consider:  Noel, HoHoHo, Merry

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You can easily update a traditional wreath with a typography letter.

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Use letters to create a bold welcoming statement in your foyer.  Such a fun and unexpected touch.

design tip:  when hung vertically, the letters/word can make low ceiling feel taller
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One of my favorite spaces for typography letters is in a nursery or kids room.  I love the look of this collection using different fonts of the same initial.  It’s artist and whimsical at the same time.

design tip:  use different size letters and letters in different finishes to create this eclectic feel

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The tops of bookcase or shelves is a great spot for an oversized letter.  Leaning or hanging on the wall, the letter adds depth and dimension to any vignette.

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Typography letters are a natural for bookshelves and add visual movement within the overall arrangement.

design tip: have fun with the font style and color so that the letters make a statement amongst all the books

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Typography letters come in lots of different sizes and lots of different materials so even the smaller letters can be used in a fun way like this cake topper.

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I’m a fan of typography letters…how about U?


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This and That…

Hi friends. Well, my intention of hitting the ground running this week with lots of inspiring blog post has gotten off to a bumpy start. I’ve got lots on my plate right now and blogging has unfortunately moved to the back of the bus.

If you’re wondering what’s been going on in my life it looks at little something like this…

Nailing down the details for the non-profit fundraising event I’m chairing again this year. There are lots of balls in the air right now and the event just a few weeks away. And on top of all the logistics and planning, we are hand making 27 of these beautiful puzzle centerpieces to reflect the Connecting Community event theme.

Vintage Affair Centerpiece

I FINALLY finished my office chair.  It only involved paint and fabric but this little project kept getting pushed aside.  I’ll have the full reveal for you on Thursday once I get my desk cleaned and can snap some pics.  Here’s a sneak peek…


I’ve been busy getting products ready for the launch of The Vintage Box Instagram shop which is moving along slower than I wanted.  I’ve got my sights set on   the first week in October and will announce the firm sale date early next week.  There’s so much good stuff I can hardly wait to share it with you.


And I’m working on my next design workshop for Smith’s, a local retail store, which will take place on Oct. 3rd.

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I’m be back tomorrow as I ease back into a regular blogging schedule.


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Happy weekend!

I hope you have something fun planned this weekend.  I’m planning to check out a new to me thrift shop and then I’ve got some work to get off my desk.  It’s suppose to be a hot and humid here in Atlanta so whatever I find myself getting into, it will be indoors.

Enjoy these bits of inspiration and design tips!


I discovered a new website that is all about design, decor and diy!  This is just one of the beautiful images I spotted on their site.

Living Room

One of my favorite bloggers, thrifters and men of style shares great design tips on how to incorporate thrift store item into your decor without making your home look thrifty.


I never have luck shopping on Craigslist but these transformations keep me hopeful.

Craigslist Transformation

For those of you considering adding a runner to your stairs, here are some great tips from a true rug expert.

Stair Runner

If you’re looking for an easy DIY project to help you organized your closet, I think this scarf hanger is pretty cool.

DIY Scarf Rack

If you haven’t had a chance to take the ConfettiStyle survey, head here and let me know what you think about the blog.


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Hello there my friends!  You may have noticed that I’ve been away from the blog for a few days and haven’t shared my spring bedroom refresh yet.  Well, sometimes life hands you lemons and sometimes in comes in the form of a nasty cold virus.  I’ve been down and out since last Friday and haven’t had the energy to do much of anything, let alone blog.  I finally broke down and went to the doctor yesterday (ok, my husband got tired of me coughing, made an appointment for me and took me there himself) and after a few doses of really good medicine I’m feeling a tons better but still not up to speed.  I did manage to get out our the house today to run a few errands and finished taking photos of the bedroom re-do so the so the big reveal will be happening tomorrow.

I hope you’ll stop by for a visit tomorrow to see the changes.  I’m in love!


By the way, while I’ve been hold up on the couch, I’ve been flipping through Windsor Smith’s new book, Homefront.  If you love design and beautiful spaces, you’ll definitely want to add this to your library.

Windsor Smith HomeFront


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