Hi, my name is Tania and I am a magazine addict.
Mostly decorating magazines. I get so many great ideas from them! It’s also a fun way to follow the latest trends.
Now don’t get me wrong, I’m not one to find out that something is trending and immediately go out and buy it just because I saw it in a magazine, but if I see something that speaks to me I might incorporate it into my style!
I picked out some from the article that I love and have incorporated to some extent in my decor.
Grey rug from RugsUSA.
Grey is typically considered a cool color so the term “warm grey” seems rather oxymoronish (that’s a word isn’t it?!) Here is a great article from CIL Paint Blog to help tell the difference, Warm Grey vs. Cool Grey – Spotting the Difference.
And Apartment Therapy has a really great article about how to work with warm and cool colors.
I know… this is a touchy subject, many people are totally against it, I’m kind of on the fence about it. I have one of the biggest hearts around when it comes to animals. My personal opinion is if it’s vintage taxidermy, yes! I like it. If it is just antlers like I have, I’m fine with that too.
Going out and shooting an animal and then displaying it in your home… No, no,no, that’s not for me. There are other ways to get this look without displaying a real animal though… faux taxidermy. Do a Google search on faux taxidermy and you'll see what I mean!
The official definition of flokati is "a Greek woven woolen rug with a thick loose pile" but I think it's expanded in the decorating world to include throws, ottomans, etc.
I'm perfectly happy with my "faux" flokati! lol!
- Mint green
Mint green entry table.
Grey entry bench with mint green fabric lid.
I'm experimenting with some vintage wall paper in my basement craft studio as we speak!
- Colorful painted furnitureLook at this beautiful desk from blog.hgtv.com
- Colorful front doors
Here is a great article from Sunlit Spaces: The 5 Most Welcoming Colors for Your Front Door. I painted mine red this fall but haven't had a chance to get a picture to show you yet.
Here are some more examples that I love, these spaces have integrated some of the current trends into their homes beautifully!
Using Wallpaper - Source: Homespun Style by Selina LakeFaux taxidermy and flokati ottoman - Source: Simpledetailsblog.blogspot.com
Well, what do you think? Have you incorporated any of these trends into your home?