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02.23.18

WEEKEND AT HOME / 101

oversized art is having a moment, and i’m all about it. talk about a bold way to fill your wall space. i love huge pieces of art with a minimal frame, or even no frame to really keep your eye on the art. oversized art really makes a statement and completes a space. hang them low for a bold look, right above furniture or just above the floor. what do you think of the oversized art look? erika

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02.16.18

WEEKEND AT HOME / 100

there’s something so charming about built in bookshelves. they make the ceiling rise high, add architectural detail, and give the room a break from traditional wall decor. sure, you can buy stand alone a book shelf, but there’s something so lovely about a bookshelf that’s built in as a part of the room. if you’re lucky enough to have built in bookshelves in your space, style them in an inspired way this weekend. here are some built-in’s i’m eying right now (and envying). happy decorating this weekend!erika


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02.09.18

WEEKEND AT HOME / 99

one of my favorite ways to find design inspiration is through other cultures. so much inspiring design comes from japan — wabi sabi, minimalism, and zen to name a few. shibori, a japanese dyeing technique that produces lovely intricate indigo patterns on fabric is really catching my eye lately. it’s like the classier, darker version of tie-dying, and it dates back to 8th century japan. they fold, twist, and bunch the cloth while dipping it into indigo dye to make these unique patterns. there’s something so interesting about each piece, and it pairs well with bright whites for a bold contrast. i like that each shibori piece is completely one-of-a-kind, and brings this organic, bohemian look to a room. the best part is you can make this look in your home yourself with a little DIY weekend project! – erika

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02.02.18

WEEKEND AT HOME / 98

lavender is totally having a moment right now. it’s no surprise that purple is having a comeback with ultra violet being the color of the year. there’s something so versatile about this muted, dusty lilac shade. it pairs so well with lighter hues like pinks, greys, whites, but it also makes a bold statement between darker shades like navy, mustard, and burnt orange. it’s more commonly associated with nursery colors, but it’s really shedding that cliché right now. there’s something so sophisticated about lavender when properly paired, and with the proper material. i’m seeing a lot of lovely lavender velvet home decor latelyupholstered chairs, throw pillows, and curtains. are you loving lavender too? – erika

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01.26.18

WEEKEND AT HOME / 97

last week i talked about pantry organization, and this week it’s all about the closet space! my closet is a permanent mess, so this week i wanted to get inspired to organize my clothes. a few of my favorite ways to organize the closet is by color and clothing type. for example, i separate tops from dresses/skirts, and then color coordinate both sections out by color (kind of like a rainbow) across my closet. if you’re anything like me you have way too many clothes to fit in your closet. i try to donate or sell clothes a few times a year to clear out space for new items. another solution is to add a storage rack outside of your closet. i’m really loving the idea of putting a few really special items on a gorgeous storage rack outside of the closet. something handy to grab, and also add some beauty to the outside of your closet. – erika

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