Easter is a wonderfully creative holiday, surrounded by splashes of pastel paints, innovative decorations, Easter egg projects, and bunnies – the cuteness almost becomes overwhelming. To help you and your family enjoy the upcoming long weekend with as much style and substance as possible, we’ve rounded up some of the prettiest Easter Pinterest boards for inspiration!
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It’s that time of year again – you know, April showers, spring flowers and all that jazz. The birds are back, the sun is shining and gardens are growing. And on the family front, bellies are getting bigger and additions are being made. The season of rebirth is also, it seems, all about birth… At least if you’re in my circle of my thirty-something friends.
So here’s an easy and inexpensive spring shower craft – inspired by the one and only Martha Stewart – that I adapted to welcome an old friend’s new baby.
If you’re going to be in the Toronto area this week, stop by the Spring One of a Kind Show & Sale. It’s happening from March 28th to April 1st at the Direct Energy Centre at Exhibition Place. You can find me at booth O-25 in the Rising Stars section.
I’ll be debuting a number of new lamps from the Mod Pieces Spring Collection.
Here’s a taste of what you’ll find…
There’s something rustic and charming about incorporating chalkboard items into your home decor, isn’t there? A reminder of the blackboards of our high school years, these items are an easy way to add a little whimsy and youthfulness to our home decor. Whether it’s fun accessories or larger items like wall stickers used to adorn kitchen or office walls, chalkboard is a fun and flexible texture to play with. And for anyone who loves a good DIY project, try buying some chalkboard paint (you can find some at most craft or hardware store) and let your imagination run wild!
Here are some of my favourite chalkboard accessories:
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At Style at Home, we so often look at where the worlds of fashion and decor intersect, whether the influence is from room to runway or runway to room, but it’s rare that we get to see these two bastions of style as fantastically combined as they were at Korhani Home’s fashion show.
The classic colour palette and quirky lines make each piece uniquely interesting.
You can visit a Homewerx showroom in Vancouver, BC and check out these pieces in person, or shop online.
Here are a few of my favourite pieces from the collection…
In order to get the creative juices flowing on a daily basis, I require a few specific things: tea, great music blasting through a set of headphones and an inspiring workspace in which to spend my 9 to 5. Of course, everybody’s idea of wonderful home office design is completely different. While a formal desk is paramount for some, a comfy beanbag chair will suffice for others and all sorts of interesting options reside between the two, which is why the Style at Home team loves perusing Pinterest. Here are a few of our favourite home office design boards.