At my house, we have so many types of tea that when it’s offered to guests, they panic from all of the choices. We’re huge believers in the power of a good cup of tea. Whether it’s peppermint for an upset stomach, chamomile to help you sleep, or even just the need for a caffeine jolt, we’ve got you covered. I needed a place to put all of this tea that’s easily accessible to the kettle and pretty. I decided to add a little organization too since we have so many different types.
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Baby stuff is tiny! So, why not stay organized with these adorable mason jars?!! You can customize them any which way you’d like: ANY color, ANY animal (or insect) for the lid!
Nothing makes me happier than creating something beautiful that also serves a function. I feel like I’m always much more proud of the projects I make that solve some sort of problem that I’m having. If you’ve got too much clutter in your office or your home, you’ve come to the right place for inspiration. I should say that I have a very minimalist and natural aesthetic, so while I find each and every item that I’m sharing beautiful, you might think they are a bit plain. I hope that you can find inspiration in everything, though, maybe you can infuse your personality into one of these projects!
I feel like my life changed the moment I hung a key hook by the door of my first apartment. Never again did I have to miss the bus because I spent an extra minute or two looking for keys and I haven’t looked back. I love the natural wood and green of the plant on this key hook. It’s the perfect thing to welcome you home.
Ever since I was little I have LOVED rearranging furniture. The idea of being in a space and changing the energy of it completely, the feeling of being somewhere new just by shifting a couple things around, the creative freedom you have, the idea of never being fully committed to a layout, seemed almost magical to me when I was a kid and had really no say in the appearance of the space around me. It’s like an art…it’s one of my favorite creative outlets.
I moved! My boyfriend and I decided it was time for an (overdue) upgrade and made our way across the lake to the Eastside. We swapped out a beautiful location and view for convenience and upgrades, and although I will miss the pretty ocean view and our frequent walks on the beach to the local burger joint, I couldn’t be happier. Although the abundance of shops, cafes, and restaurants within a mile of our new place might be a little dangerous.
Hey guys, so today I have a super simple DIY that I am sure you will love as well as find yourself making hundreds of these by how brilliantly easy and beautiful they turn out. These clay bowls are great for holding all the little things you need to corral around your house.