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Who’s starting think about their outdoor spaces? I know I am! Our backyard is looking pretty rustic right now because of ALL. THE. RAIN. here in Northern California. And actually we’re still in for more April showers, but I’m not letting that stop me from enjoying the sunny days we have scattered here and there. Our yard is still very much a work in progress, but I’m mulling things over and brainstorming on ideas. One thing I know for sure? We’re sticking with black and white. Simple, timeless and classic. I partnered World Market to bring you some of my favorite outdoor pieces. They have such a great selection of outdoor decor and furniture for such a great price AND in my color palette 😉
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The master bedroom in this house has just stumped me. It’s not a difficult room to decorate…so it’s not the room’s fault 😉 But when we moved in a year ago, it became the dumping ground for random furniture and art that we didn’t have a good place for. We don’t spend any time in here, only when we’re sleeping or dressing, so it just hasn’t been on my mind as much. Although it wasn’t fun to cringe every time I walked into the room that’s for sure.
Usually when I think about a space, I get an “Aha!” moment, but I kept waiting…and waiting…and waiting. Nothing ever came to me. Until a whole year had passed. Talk about frustrating. I slowly added necessities to the room, like window shades, new pillows, etc. But nothing was helping me tie it together. Finally I decided to focus on the bedding and take it from there. I don’t know about you, but I don’t like too much matchy-matchy when it comes to furniture and I carry that over to bedding too. I love adding layers and texture to a bed because it’s usually the main focal point in a bedroom (obviously), so why not make it interesting? Right?
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If you haven’t noticed yet, I’ve been on a home decorating kick lately. It’s funny, but it always seems to take about a year of living in a house for me to really get inspired on how to furnish and decorate the space. I really like to get to know a house and how we live in it before I know what the home needs, in terms of furniture, changes or decor. Today I’m going to show you our mudroom. It’s a small room right off the entryway and open to the kitchen. When we first moved in, I had grand plans of making it a breakfast nook, but that changed pretty fast. It’s now a major workhorse in our home. One side serves as an extension to our kitchen and the other serves as our mudroom.
It’s been awhile since I’ve shown you a glimpse of the dining room. You saw a good glimpse of it in my We Heart It for Heart Day party, but I wanted to create a post with all of the sources for you. It’s definitely a work in progress still, but it’s fun to watch it progress.
It’s been a couple of months now and I’m still using it every day. For those of you visiting to learn more, the desk is from Hayneedle and I use it with this stool. Or if I’m standing I use this cushioned mat to make my feet happy. I’ve covered the mat with a vintage rug to make it a lil easier on the eyes. I also use my favorite footstool to rest my feet on while sitting.
I have a couple of planters nearby, because I just have to have greenery around me! It’s gotten a little out of hand lately 😉 The bigger planter houses a split leaf philodendron and the smaller planter has a dragon tree. I also love having this home sweet home banner hanging on the wall by my side. It adds interest to the corner without being too busy. This small marble and wood box houses extra cords and hard drives. And let’s not forget my favorite candles, baies and feu du bois! The notebook is from the dollar spot at Target and the white lamp I’ve had for awhile now.
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Even though I didn’t make any formal resolutions for the new year, I think my unofficial motto has been to “simplify”. That goes for my life AND home. It definitely goes along with my whole minimalist vibe. On that front, I’ve been on a huge declutter and organizing kick over here at the copycatchic household. My first project for 2017? Tackling kitchen sink area. No, it’s not a glamorous job, but it really wasn’t working for us. Under the sink was dark, dirty, cluttered and just a complete disaster. I collaborated with method to show you their newest spring limited edition collection. I thought it was the perfect partnership as the inspiration behind their newest collection is based on simplicity, function, and minimalism. Right up my alley!
With the holidays over and all of the Christmas decor packed away, I’m starting to slowly switch gears. The house felt like it was missing something once all the fun holiday decorations came done. So I’ve starting thinking about moving things around and restyling spaces. One easy place to start with is the front door area. First impressions and all right? It makes sense because having a clean and good looking entry really sets the tone. Well our doorway has been pretty neglected these days, so it was about time we paid it a little attention, don’t you think?
I partnered with Kirkland’s because not only do they have amazing prices on pretty much everything, but their tagline is just perfect for this project: “Your Doorway to Home“. I knew they’d be able to help me out for this quickie revamp without doing too much damage to my wallet.
I’ve been seriously obsessed with buffalo check this season. Thankfully I’m not alone. Buffalo check is huge right now, so I thought it would be fun to gather up some favorite buffalo check home home furnishings and decor. I personally own about half of the items below 😉 Yep, definitely an addict!
1. tablecloth | 2. window shade | 3. wool blanket | 4. bedding set
5. throw pillow | 6. wallpaper | 7. bed | 8. phone case
9. armchair | 10. stocking | 11. sheets | 12. napkins
13. quilt | 14. pet bed | 15. scarf | 16. table runner
17. picnic blanket | 18. gift wrap | 19. curtains | 12. ribbon
Yay for more Christmas decorating! Today I’m partnering and sharing my holiday styled mantle over on the World Market Discover blog. I spent less than $50 on the holiday accessories I used and they can be used pretty much all year round! Head on over to see the complete post with details, products, etc. But in the meantime, here are a few teaser pics for ya 😉
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