Monica Richards is an Eco-Baby Expert who is on a mission to keep your Little Ones safe in the only environment you can control – your home! With Eco-friendly products and beautiful nursery design for Baby, as well as natural beauty and green lifestyle hacks for You, Monica’s flipping your home into a chic, healthy one. Because Healthy equals Happy, and Happy starts at Home.
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!
I have a coat rack over my desk, so I don’t really have room for art or anything to hang behind my computer. I still wanted something pretty to look at, though, so I decided to hang some things from the hooks. I’m all about function too and that’s how these minimal but pretty storage jars were created.
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.
I blame my boyfriend’s adorable mother for my new found obsession with bird feeders. This will be my first spring in our new apartment, which is in a very pretty tree-covered area. Apparently, birds live in trees. Who knew. Our last apartment was on the beach and five stories up, so although I had bird feeders, the feeders rarely saw any friends. Sad. Except for the time a HUGE crow decided to land on my super tiny suet feeder and lost balance and flapped around frantically, probably trying to steal the entire thing, and causing my cat to nearly poo himself. It was quite the scene. But now, since we are on the bottom floor and have a balcony above our patio, there’s prime real estate for bird feeder hanging. Many trees, lots of hooks. Enter hundreds of DIY bird feeder ideas that I am dying to try out.
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.