We’ve been talking about simple ways to add a fresh look in your home in the spring. One of the best ways to add a pop of fresh style is with art, which can completely transform the look of a room. I’m in love with the wide range of beautiful artwork from Huff Harrington Home. They feature so many talented artists with different style and today I’d like to introduce you to a few of them.
I’m sharing special works that I personally love, which are in all styles, prices, and sizes. This is a great post for the first time investor, occasional collector, or even the connoisseur. Our first artist, Mia Frandsen, has a fresh and contemporary approach with elegant simplicity. Here is one of her incredible pieces titled, “Onward.” DYING over this one. Yes, this one is definitely an investment piece : )
So excited it’s March and spring break is just around the corner. We are counting down the days in our house. The kids are dragging more and more every morning – it’s evident they need a break from their crazy schedules. We all do. Can’t wait to sleep in a little later and sip my coffee a little longer. This house makes me think of spring.
Cheers to good coffee and fun weekend memories!
A great way to add a punch of spring into any room is a pair of white lamps. No one can rock white in a space quite like Mark D. Sikes. He’s one of my all time favorite designers, and two years ago I dubbed his Hollywood Hills home as my official dreamhouse. That house is just wow. You can see the post and learn which shade of white paint he used in his home here.
If you’re looking to add some white lamps in your space, I found some pretties. Not sponsored, just a source I found with good pricing.
Nothing makes my heart flutter quite like scallops, be it in the fashion world or home design. If something has scallops, I have a hard time saying no.
design Rosa Beltran, photo Amy Bartlam
Scallop edging is making a big splash in the fashion world this spring. Here are my three current faves that would be great to add to your wardrobe. Oddly, most are either black or white, a clothing habit of mine.