Friday, October 24, 2014

Friday Five

Happy Friday!

I wanted to share some things around the web that have sparked my interest this week.

Charlotte shared how she made DIY marble paper and framed them.  I love it.  So easy and looks good on the wall.  I want to try this.


I came across this beautiful blue dining room.  I love the richness of this color.  I was thinking about going dark in the dining room and this got my gears turning.  The color is Benjamin Glamorous Gray.


I keep mentioning to hubby that I would love to make our closet more functional.  We currently have wire shelves but I would love to tear them out and install something custom like this.  It has hanging space on the sides for each of us and shelves for shoes and accessories.


With fall here, it's time for boots and sweaters.  I was online shoe shopping and came across these beauties.  I love the buckles along the side and the dark taupey color.


I'm always on the look out for good and easy recipes during the week.  I love mexican and I love pasta so this Enchilada Pasta Casserole seems to fit the bill.  I haven't tried it yet but it might be on next's week menu.


Here's to a great weekend.  We plan on taking the kids out for some fall festivities.  They love being outside.

See you next week!

 
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Thursday, October 23, 2014

Floor Poufs

Sometimes you don't want to paint the walls a crazy color or buy a bright sofa.  So to inject color into a room, the best thing is to buy colorful accessories.  A great accessory to have in any home is a floor pouf.  They provide comfort as well as being an accent piece.  They also can be extra seating.  There are a variety of shapes, colors, textures, and patterns out there.

 
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I think floor poufs are here to stay! 

 
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Thursday, October 16, 2014

Model Home Inspiration

The home I'm about to show you is beautiful!  It's located in Sedona, Arizona.  I joke with my husband about moving to Arizona.  It's always warm there.  I know winter is upon us soon and I don't do cold weather very well.

Here's the family room.  I love how the doors fold back to open up to the connected patio.  It's one big room.  I also like the floor to ceiling stone fireplace.  We've talked about adding stone to our fireplace for a while now.  The hardwood floors in here are beautiful...dark and handscraped.


Here's looking from the other side of the room.  The doors open up to the center courtyard.  Check out the skylights along the top of the wall.  I imagine
 

The dining room separates the family room and kitchen.  Love the chandelier!


Here's the kitchen.  I love me some dark cabinets.  We currently don't have decor over our kitchen cabinets and I like what they've done here.  It's not too busy but decorates the top nicely.
 

Those pendants are awesome.  I like that they've set the island like a table but it would never last in my house with the kids' fingers on everything.


Looking back into the living areas.  I like that a person could be in the kitchen cooking and still be able to interact with whomever is in the adjoining rooms.

 

Love the courtyard.  What a great place to hangout and have company over.  With it being on the inner area of the home, you don't have to worry about nosy neighbors peeking over.


Master Bedroom


I like that there's a dedicated media room.  All the electronic devices and equipment can all be housed without being in the way.


Did you notice they kept the blue and orange color palette throughout the house?  I'm not big on orange, but it works here.

Photos via Dorn Homes
 
  
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