With beautiful details in leather & canvas, and great messaging… These are some of our favorites!
Even if you don’t have a green thumb, there are so many ways to bring floral accents into your home…
How about a centerpiece or wall art to add a pop of color and a floral touch?
Faux floral arrangements are terrific, whether sitting on table or hung on a wall!
Or in your fabrics and textiles… Imagine these as an area rug, upholstered chair, curtail, table runner of pillow – oh what they can do for a room!
Whether your style is traditional, rustic farmhouse or contemporary, try adding a few floral accents to your family room, kitchen, bath or bedroom to bring in a pop of color, natural elegance and a bit of softness to your room.
A couple of the mantels from our store have found new homes in our home.
This mantel has moved 4 times, it was originally an oak mantel removed from our old house. It was then repurposed and moved to our store where we used it for product displays and mantel decorating demos. It has now been retired and moved to our master bedroom where it perfectly fills a blank wall between two windows.
Our guest bedroom was the recipient of a beautiful mantel from our downtown store. You may remember from a post a couple of years ago that my husband, Tom, had carefully crafted this large mantel from parts of exterior window trim from an old church. I was thrilled with this project and it was a great focal point from our downtown store.
The dining room in the year’s Parade House was dressed simply in cream and silver with a few organic touches to soften the room.
This year’s Parade of Homes kitchen was a show stopper with a blend of sleek contemporary white cabinets, white quartz countertops and a reclaimed wood tray ceiling – together they bring in the perfect blend of contemporary style and rustic chic.
The dinette off the kitchen dressed is dressed with mix of organic touches, along with our fun black and white polka dot pottery.
Green apples were used in various places through out the kitchen to tie in the bright green accent color of the main living are of the house.
Another quick and easy organic arrangement – just a few ramekins with potted moss sitting on our marble cheese board add an earthy touch.
This a certainly a kitchen that I think anyone would love to come home to!
The guest bedroom in the Harrington Homes model had a relaxed welcoming feel brought with a bird theme. Although the furniture leaned toward the contemporary side, we brought in some elements of nature and softened the room with floral and bird themed wall art and accessories.
Little accents such as these are in inexpensive way to create a warm and inviting room for your guests.