What’s Trending Wednesday
The sea is calling and it’s trying to talk to you about nautical decor. Not a fan of the idiom? You can let it go to voicemail. For those of you who want to answer (we’re done, we promise), let’s talk about nautical decor! Nautical decor is a wonderful way to bring aspects of the sea, marine life and coastal influence into your home. It makes decorating fun by using unique pieces that used to adorn a part of a ship or a piece that is inspired from travelers that sailed the seas!
Take a look to see what these designers are doing with the style. Use the images to get ideas and inspiration on ways to bring the effortlessly nautical style into your home!
Not sure where to start with your nautical style search? Check out our online store here and get an idea for your home’s nautical decor!
Want a quick and easy way to bring a little more spring into the home? Then we’ve got just the tip for you!
Go out and find yourself a nice spring colored slip for the sofa! It’s a large piece of furniture that easily stands out when you put some color on it. Look for bright and fun spring colors or maybe playful pattern! The choice is yours! And when spring is over, just pull the slip off. It doesn’t get any easier than that.
If you want more pastel ideas and inspirations for this spring, be sure to check out our Perfectly Pastel Post Here!
This week our Tuva-Luv comes from Candace! One of her store favorite’s is the arte italica butter dish! The original pewter and ceramic dinnerware, combines white ceramic with our signature pewter trim. Handcrafted in Italy of the highest quality materials, this classic butter dish translates seamlessly from traditional to contemporary, from casual to formal. Check out the arte italica butter dish and the rest of the arte italica dinnerware collection now!
Find more coastal home decor and all of our store favorites on the Tuva-Luvs Page!
What’s Trending Wednesday
We think it’s time you open up the doors and windows to create a laid back, open feeling in your home. Spring starts to bring us weather that we want to joy outside, so why not create a space that brings in the fresh air and opens up the home to the world to do that?
Creating this feeling isn’t just for the blessed that have beach front property and the luxury of an open floor plans paired with high ceilings. We aren’t going to lie to you guys, that definitely helps – like it really helps. But what about those who aren’t that fortunate? How do you create this in your home? There a couple ways to achieve this feeling in a not so open floor plan home. It’s actually a lot more achievable than you’d think!
First, let as much light in as possible by opening the windows. This will help get fresh air in the space and create a brighter space. It seems so easy and cliche, but really it helps.
Second, keep your decor simple – think essentials only. This cuts the clutter and makes more space which creates room and empty space to help open up the home. Less equals more! Simple!
Third, decorate with lighter colors. This is a must. Darker colors will make a space feel smaller. This isn’t always the case, but for this style it is (if you must use dark colors think of colors in weights and go heavy to light). Neutral colors and lighter colors are your friends and will help make the space feel open and fresh.
As always, we won’t leave you guys empty handed without any visuals. These beautiful spaces are what we’re talking about. Check out the work of these designers and use them as inspiration to create the home you want!
This week our Tuva-Luv comes from Allison! One of her store favorites is the currey & company palm beach lantern. Appealing in its simplicity and form, the palm beach lantern showcases a great combination of bamboo and wrought iron with its graceful curves and detailing. The hand finishing process used on this chandelier lends an air of depth and richness not achieved by less time-consuming methods. Get a closer look at currey & company palm beach lantern now!
Looking for more of our store favorites? Find all of them and more the Tuva-Luvs page!