Lord, our muscles ache!! Sixty steps up and sixty steps down about 15 times equals 1800 steps……no need to visit the gym for the next couple of months.
We have spent the last two weekends going up and down the stairs of our three-story home. Old pot, plants,..soil…DOWN…..New of the same… UP. Our old bench felt apart when we tried to move it, so we just broke it into pieces a brought it together with the rest of the junk to the cities recycling center. Our dining table wasn’t in good shape neither, but we managed to save some pieces to build two coffee tables with the same wood.
Cleaned wooden floors, new baskets filled with soil…..now we only need to decide on the sort of plants….Any ideas? I have put together a bunch of photos that are serving as inspiration…What do you think?
For those of you that did not have the opportunity to attend this fair, here are some highlights. Old shabby building, surprising use of techniques and materials…beautiful and sad stories too….
It lighted my Sunday and kept me dreaming all day…..
Hello, everyone! It’s Mari here from Arcadian Home blog, a beautiful place to find lots of decor inspirations. I’m so happy to be visiting Barefoot Styling. What a wonderful name! Today’s guest post is about lovely rooms with neutral color palettes—white and much more. As you explore the images below, please look for the contemporary lamps and hanging lights, as well as the modern chairs—they’re quite special.
We hope these lovely neutral spaces from homes around the globe (color knows no geographic boundaries) will inspire your own interior projects. Enjoy!
Warm browns and beiges can warm up white rooms and add their own unique neutral magic. Here a pale shade is perfect for the long curved floor lamp. Who can resist a deep-tufted sofa in mocha?
For many, peachy beige and other muted colors are quickly becoming the new neutral. These hues certainly enhance the beauty of this lofty white space.
This contemporary kitchen is beautiful in swirling browns. A row of chic white mini pendant lights marches above the bar. Arne Jacobsen’s Series 7 chairs are a great design choice for this space.
A contrast of black and white is refreshed with a golden pillow and lush houseplants. A soft gray rug ties the room together.
Watery blue gray becomes a wonderful neutral in this compact, but lofty kitchen. The flash of golden metal lining the cone pendants is a brilliant finishing touch.
Contemporary and rustic merge as gray meets soft brown in this charmingly eclectic bedroom and open bath. The tall mirror makes for an unexpected room divider.
A soft teal wall provides the perfect backdrop for a rustic dark wood table and neutral lamps and accessories. Abstract wall art brings a pop of additional color to the space. Images 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8
What do you think of these neutral spaces? Leave us your comments below, and be sure to stop by our website for more home decor, lighting, and interior inspirations!