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Blogger Stylin’ Home Tour – My Favorite Room

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We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again. The blogging community is chock full of so many wonderful and talented people, and we’re so happy to call many of them friends. Earlier this month, one of our new blogging friends invited us to take part in her “Blogger Stylin’ Home Tour Series” and we jumped on board right away.favorite-room-edition-graphic[Side Note: If you haven’t heard of Lindsay from The White Buffalo Styling Co. then this is your official invite to go love on this crazy talented chick. We admire her laid-back bohemian style, and can’t wait to see what this mama-to-be has in store for her future daughter’s nursery. If it’s anything like she has done in the past, it’s going to be insanely gorgeous.]

Okay, back to the home tour series. This week we’re joining over 2 dozen other bloggers to share a favorite room from our home. All this week we’ve gushed over the gorgeous details that so many of these talented ladies have incorporated into their spaces, and today it’s time for us to show off our space.

So if you just came from Caitlin’s fav room from Desert Domicile, then welcome to DIY Playbook. Today, I (Casey) am going to show off my favorite room in our small Chicago apartment. Wide-Family-RoomThis is our living room, and it really is heart of our home. We live in a small 1.5 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom apartment, and our family room area is the place we often gather. Not just because we have nowhere else to hang (small home problems), but because it is such a comfortable and welcoming spot.

We have a large white sectional that is so dang comfy, and it’s offers the perfect spot to cozy up and relax after a long day of work.  I’ve also filled the couch with soft blankets and textured pillows to make the space even more luxurious. My fiance says I have a pillow hoarding problem, but I like to think of it as a collection. #agreetodisagree

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I love this space because I believe it truly reflects our style, while showcasing some of our personal mementos and treasures. The large white couch is a great neutral piece, and I enjoy accenting it with grays, blues, and teals to add some personality. The coffee table, side table, and wood shelves are all DIY projects that didn’t break the bank.

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Matches-in-bowlMany of the accessories are flea market finds, items from HomeGoods, or treasures my fiance and I have collected over the years (like our bowl of matches from our favorite date nights.)

Living-room-corner

Table-TrayBe-Happy-SignYou’ll also find a homemade pallet sign with a sentiment we enjoy as a visual reminder. It says “Be Happy” and this space truly does make us feel pretty darn happy. NightstandCanvas-and-shelvesThis light-filled room is my favorite spot to hang on a leisurely weekend morning. Usually I’ll wake up pretty early and let Finn sleep in. Then I’ll make a nice big bowl of cereal, some hot coffee, and I’ll cozy up on a sun-filled spot and let the morning pass at a nice leisurely pace.

It’s a great time to catch up on blogging, read magazines, and just take a breather before the chaos of the day.

Casey-Drinking-CoffeeSo there you have it. My favorite room in our small Chicago pad. It’s a space that truly reflects what the word home means to me: happy, comfortable, and inviting.

Now I urge you to go check out the next gorgeous space in our little blog hop. Go check out Traci’s favorite room over on Beneath My Heart.

And for even more eye candy, check out all of the spaces from the talented group below. They’ll be showing off their fav rooms all this week.

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  1. Jennifer Susil Griffin

    What a beautiful room, Casey! I love how it’s loaded with personality and looks so chic but comfy.

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  2. Gabbi @ Retro Ranch Reno

    What a pretty space to spend time in…I can see why it’s a favorite!! Love the colors throughout…

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  3. Summer Hogan

    Your space is amazing!!! I love EVERY inch of it! I’m so glad I found your blog and met you guys! Y’all are too cool for school and if I’m every in Chicago I’ll be knocking on your doors 🙂

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    1. DIY Playbook

      Summer,
      You are seriously the sweetest! Thank you for all of the love here and on social media…you’re seriously too kind! We are so happy we met you too! Come to Chicago!! We promise we will wine and dine you and show you our fav spots around town.
      xo,
      B & C

  4. DIY Playbook

    I actually found it a couple years ago at a resale shop for about $25! It was quite the steal. It’s probably 1.5 feet…pretty big and amazing. Keep searching! Hopefully someday you’ll find your own

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  5. Gigi

    Beautiful place!!!!! Luuuuuv. I recently relocated to Colorado and am missing Chicago *so much* 🙁 . Where did you buy that incredible painting of the skyline? It is amazing! I NEED IT!

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    1. DIY Playbook

      Gigi,
      Thanks so much! Chi-town misses you, but Colorado is so beautiful too! We hope you love your new city.

      The cityscape was actually a HomeGoods find from a couple years ago. Only $100…quite the score!

      Thanks for tuning in!
      Casey

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16 thoughts on “Blogger Stylin’ Home Tour – My Favorite Room

  1. Jennifer Susil Griffin

    What a beautiful room, Casey! I love how it’s loaded with personality and looks so chic but comfy.

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  2. Gabbi @ Retro Ranch Reno

    What a pretty space to spend time in…I can see why it’s a favorite!! Love the colors throughout…

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  3. Summer Hogan

    Your space is amazing!!! I love EVERY inch of it! I’m so glad I found your blog and met you guys! Y’all are too cool for school and if I’m every in Chicago I’ll be knocking on your doors 🙂

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  4. DIY Playbook

    I actually found it a couple years ago at a resale shop for about $25! It was quite the steal. It’s probably 1.5 feet…pretty big and amazing. Keep searching! Hopefully someday you’ll find your own

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  5. Gigi

    Beautiful place!!!!! Luuuuuv. I recently relocated to Colorado and am missing Chicago *so much* 🙁 . Where did you buy that incredible painting of the skyline? It is amazing! I NEED IT!

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New Lamps for the Master Bedroom

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I’m chugging along with our master bedroom decorating plan. Last time we chatted about the space, I showed you guys the oh-so-comfy Moroccan rug we added to the room. I’m still obsessed with it, and luckily there hasn’t been much shedding at all (which is great with a new rug!)

Pouf-ShoesWith the rug crossed off my list, it was time to move onto lighting. Lamps are important in this room, because we have absolutely no overhead lighting. Before we moved in our furniture, we painted the master bedroom walls and I remember frantically calling my mom to bring over a lamp because there were zero lights in the room, and no lights = no painting. (Lucky for us, she came to the rescue!)

So since we moved in, we’ve had 2 table lamps in here that were doing a fine job…but they weren’t winning any awards in the looks department.

IMG_97241Here’s one of the lamps atop our large dresser. I remember buying the lamps right out of college, and they had a black base. I eventually spray painted the lamps to get a brighter look in our bedroom. But wear and tear started to take its toll on the metal base, and the white paint started to flake off. Not cute.

So, I knew it was time to find something new and fabulous for our master bedroom.

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I ended up finding 2 glamorous white lamps from HomeGoods. They were only $40 a piece, and I absolutely loved the shiny white base, with silver detailing.

NightstandOne sits on our dresser, the other on this nightstand. When I saw them at HomeGoods, they had 2 entirely different lamp shades. One was gray, and the other blue. But I loved the lamp base so much that I decided to bring them home, and just worry about the shades later on.

Turns out the old lamp shades fit perfectly, so now they’re matching. (Now I’m stuck with 2 random lamp shades…I just may have to come up with a creative craft for those…hmmmm)

Silver-Lamp-BaseI think they add a little glam to the room, without being too overwhelmingly feminine. At least that’s what I tell Finn. He says they look like snowmen…

White-Bedroom-LampDresser-Top-New-LampI suppose if they’re snowmen, then they’re some damn good lookin’ snowmen. I’m just happy that they’re functional and fashionable. That’s always a win-win in our playbook!

Next on the master bedroom list? No more naked bed for us….this bad boy is getting a headboard! All the deets and eye candy coming next week…

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  1. Alysia @ Slim Sanity

    We have a lot of things on the master bedroom list… not quite there to checking them off yet, though! Gotta finish our painting first!

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  2. craftivitydesigns

    I was just admiring some very similar lamps on Amazon (the $40 price you got is better!!). I love the white bases and they look great of your side tables!

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  1. Alysia @ Slim Sanity

    We have a lot of things on the master bedroom list… not quite there to checking them off yet, though! Gotta finish our painting first!

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  2. craftivitydesigns

    I was just admiring some very similar lamps on Amazon (the $40 price you got is better!!). I love the white bases and they look great of your side tables!

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1 Item…3 Ways: Blue Vase

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In honor of our partnership with HomeGoods, we decided to start a mini series (even a mini “challenge” if you will) here on DIY Playbook. We are calling it: 1 Item…. 3 Ways. Can you guess what it’s about?
We wanted to focus on how we could use some of our treasures in more ways than one, so we started challenging ourselves (and YOU!) to do the following…
 Buy one item and try to use it THREE different ways in your home. 
The first item on our roster…
… this blue vase/jug/who knows really? We found this super adorable treasure from HomeGoods and instantly started brainstorming how shoppers, readers, and rookies like us could get even more “bang for your buck” by using this item in more ways than one.
For only $3.99, boy did we get a whooollleee lot of bang for our few single bucks.
So what did we do with this charming blue jar with a cork on top? Let’s take a look, shall we?
#1. Flower Vase: This seemed like the obvious solution when we first picked this vase up. The blue glass seemed like the perfect contrast for some bright, springtime flowers.
The detail in the blue vase makes these flowers feel a bit fancy. It almost looks like we’re using a super expensive glass vase to display these bright tulips.
#2. Cute Coin Collector: Because who doesn’t have a place to toss extra coins? This blue container not only doubles as a pretty stellar coin collector, but also a super cute shelf accessory with a purpose.
Change holder
Change holder on a shelf
3 ikea shelves
The coolest part of this coin collector is that the coins are almost camouflaged behind the detailed glass. It makes the coin collection a little less obvious and far more acceptable out in the open. You don’t have to be nervous that your cousin’s boyfriend is going to rip off your stash… only because he has no clue that it’s there. (We won’t tell him)…
old camera and record album
3. Bath Salt Jar: And rounding out the many functions of this one item…a bath salt holder!
Bath salts
Having a glamorous container full of bath salts will bring you a whole new sense of calm at the end of a long work day.
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You can even pair your spa-jar next to your favorite soaps, lotions, and glamorous bathroom essentials.
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So what do you think?! Which function is your favorite? Did we pass our first challenge? Are you jumping on the 1 item, 3 ways bandwagon?! We’d love to see what you come up with! Share your ideas, suggestions, or pictures with us on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter!
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(Disclaimer: We have received free product from HomeGoods in connection to their Happy By Design program. All styling, ideas, and opinions are our own.)
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  1. Runt

    Loooove that vase! And love the concept of using the item in more than one way. That’s definitely something I need to start thinking about when home shopping.

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    Loooove that vase! And love the concept of using the item in more than one way. That’s definitely something I need to start thinking about when home shopping.

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5 Tips to Style your Coffee Table

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When it comes to home decor, styling tops the list as our most favorite part of the decorating process. Oftentimes we fly through a DIY project, in eager anticipation of the final step…styling the big after shot!

We’ve both come a long way in styling vignettes, but we’ve only gotten better with practice and trial & error. Whether it’s a bookshelf, a kitchen nook, or a bar cart you just gotta play around with the area and tweak it as you go.

Today we’re going to give you some tips to style the perfect coffee table. This is just a basic guide or “formula” that you can use to transform your own table to give it a look that works with your home and your style.

In fact, we even styled 2 totally different coffee table looks using the same basic techniques. So class, let’s dive into Coffee Table Styling: 101.

Coffee Table Styling Tips

Here’s Casey’s adorable round table with a squared tray….White-Sectional-Couch-Coffee-Table

And here’s Bridget’s square table with a round tray (we swear we didn’t plan that)….
Gray coffee table tray
Tray
Tip #1
Use a Tray: We both firmly believe that trays are a must-have when it comes to styling a coffee table. Why you ask? Because if you ever need to clear the table quickly, you simply pick up the tray and set it to the side. Your little vignette stays cute and tidy, and you now have a nice spacious area to kick up your feet and relax. Trays help you corral all of your goodies and keeps everything in a nice, centralized space on your table and places like HomeGoods offer a very large variety of trays- all on the cheap!
West elm marble box
Basket for storage
Tip #2
Secret Storage: Similar to the tray idea, it is nice to have a way to corral the clutter while also HIDING it at the same time. Since our coffee table is two-tiered we have a nice little basket on the bottom level. This guy holds lots of “ugly” stuff. Remote controls, Xbox controllers, extra coasters, etc. It’s nice to just pull out the basket and toss stuff inside so you don’t have stuff everywhere! We also have some “secret storage” going on with that beautiful marble box. It’s from West Elm and was a housewarming gift. Not only is it gorgeous, but it also holds all of our Uno and playing cards. Functional and fashionable? Yes please! Bridget uses a faux marble looking tray from HomeGoods to hide her remote controls & X-box controller. She also hides a few kisses for her guests (or Matt..wink, wink) to enjoy.
Coffee-Table-Books
Tip #3
Make it Personal: A coffee table is an area where you can make a statement and showcase your style. Why not personalize it a bit so your guests can learn a little bit about you and your tastes? Coffee table books can often help show off your personality. Not only are they pretty, but they’re also entertaining so your guests can flip through your favorite finds. If books aren’t your thing, magazines, photo albums, or even a journal could be your “personal touch”.
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Tip #4
Add some Life: We’ve both admitted that we have complete brown thumbs. But that doesn’t mean we don’t attempt to keep things alive around here. Fresh flowers, a hydrangea plant, or even some (fake) greenery can all liven up a coffee table display. (Full disclosure here…this is hydrangea plant #2 for me, after the first had an untimely death after a weekend of no watering. Gotta love Trader Joe’s and their always amazing display of fresh plants and flowers. I found a replacement in no time!) We suggest you channel your inner gardener and bring some beauty to your table with something fresh.
Coffee Table style
Tip #5
Make it Pretty: Okay, so this may be very similar to Tip #3, but we still think it deserves its own category. So many people tend to throw cords, remote controls, and just general clutter on their coffee tables. But it doesn’t need to be that way. This is an area where you can show off your decor taste and overall style, so use it wisely! Shiny candles, pretty trinkets…anything is fair game for your coffee table display. Just keep it somewhat simple and don’t overdo it. You want it to look classy…not cluttered.
So let’s review….
1. Get a tray (they are everywhere now a days…)
2. Add some secret storage (a nice decor compromise for the gentleman’s coffee tray must-haves)
3. Add some personal touches (favorite books/magazines, candles, table topics… something!)
4. Add life (flowers, succulents, something that freshens up the space)
5. Make it pretty (our favorite part of course, but remember- LESS is more)
coffee table
Optional: 6. Sit back, pour yourself a beverage and enjoy the new look! We’re proud of you and that glamorous new coffee table tray!!
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  1. KristyDoyle

    I’m a big fan of leaving the top of the coffee table clear of everything, so it’s a blank space for your cups (or feet, as the case may be), so when we purchased a two-tiered coffee table a few months ago, I ordered a three-basket set from Amazon to slide on the second tier. Now the basket closest to the front door (our front door opens right into the living room) holds hats, scarves and mittens in the winter and sunglasses in the summer, the second basket holds phone chargers and “extra” remotes, and the third basket holds notebooks, pens and reading material. Then, on the top I have a small basket for the remotes we use on a regular basis. I love being able to corral our clutter and leaving the coffee table as blank as can be. Although I do love your adorable styling of the coffee tables!

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  2. DIY Playbook

    Baskets are the best! Corral the clutter and keep it all looking nice…good thinking! If you do ever want to style up your table just a little bit, we definitely recommend using a tray. You can have that coffee table bare (and ready for feet!) in no time at all.

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  1. KristyDoyle

    I’m a big fan of leaving the top of the coffee table clear of everything, so it’s a blank space for your cups (or feet, as the case may be), so when we purchased a two-tiered coffee table a few months ago, I ordered a three-basket set from Amazon to slide on the second tier. Now the basket closest to the front door (our front door opens right into the living room) holds hats, scarves and mittens in the winter and sunglasses in the summer, the second basket holds phone chargers and “extra” remotes, and the third basket holds notebooks, pens and reading material. Then, on the top I have a small basket for the remotes we use on a regular basis. I love being able to corral our clutter and leaving the coffee table as blank as can be. Although I do love your adorable styling of the coffee tables!

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  2. DIY Playbook

    Baskets are the best! Corral the clutter and keep it all looking nice…good thinking! If you do ever want to style up your table just a little bit, we definitely recommend using a tray. You can have that coffee table bare (and ready for feet!) in no time at all.

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IKEA Hack: Rustic Shelves Revisited

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Back to see where yesterday’s greeting card art ended up? Answer: Our new & improved GUEST ROOM! A few weeks ago, I shared this updated mirror in the guest room:
Thanks to Casey’s tutorial and inspiration, my work didn’t stop there. I hacked some of my very own IKEA Ekby Shelves to add even more color & personality to our guest room.
Remember the chair makeover we did using milk paint a few weeks ago? That FREE treasure ended up right here in our guest room too! Love the pop of color and loads of function it offers to the room… talk about a cozy reading nook that our guests (or me) can enjoy!
The shelves just by themselves are great. They are rustic and add a little more decor compromise to this otherwise kind of girly space. I bought the brackets at IKEA and bought some cheap wood at Home Depot (which they cut for FREE) to create the shelves. IKEA offers shelf material in gorgeous stainless steel, white and even wood, but I liked that if I bought my own wood, I could stain it to match the DIY mirror we recently added. Having the shelves match the mirror just allowed the whole room to flow better.
Now, let’s break down the treasures on these shelves.
The recently purchased the vase set at Target. The marble box is from HomeGoods’ clearance section. 

The books I had laying around the house from various garage sales, estate sales, or even being sold for less at libraries in the area. You can read my tips on styling/buying books here. The whale was an old treasure from Kohl’s.

The blue tin was an old purchase from IKEA and the Chicago print was FREE from the waterlogue app. The watercolor print goes perfectly with the colors of the space while also adding some local Chicago pride. (We’ll have more details about that Chicago print coming real soon…along with a downloadable printable!)

This amazing nautical-inspired bookend was a HomeGoods purchase.
Behind this adorable Target turtle is one of my favorite bookshelf pieces. It’s another watercolor print from waterlogue. It’s a picture of our house and I love what the app did to it. I seriously can’t say enough about that amazing app. Plus, I printed both watercolors for FREE, which makes decorating with these images even better!
I like how the colors are relaxing yet still lively and “fun”. The pops of spring color on the chair bring in some of the accents on the shelf and tie the whole space together.
Yesterday’s greeting card tutorial explained this $3 treasure.
The globe is from a garage sale and the snail is another Target treasure.
Overall, the space has really come a long way! Casey’s IKEA hacked shelves totally inspired me to try some for myself and I’m so glad I did! I think the whopping total of the shelving came out to be under $45.
The guest room is finally off of the to-do list (well at least until I have a new idea). Here’s an up-to-date tour of the space…
IKEA HACK shelves
For now, I’m moving on from the guest room and starting to tackle our not-so functional office. I’m challenging myself to step outside my comfort zone and try a new “look”. We’ll see how that goes…. Once I make some progress in that scary space, I’ll have all the details for you guys.
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  1. Kayla

    Were you able to fine the right depth/thickness of wood at Home Depot or is the wood a little loose? I looked today and wasn’t able to find it. Thanks!

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    1. DIY Playbook

      Kayla,
      We’ve done this project a couple times. One time we purchased the raw wood with the brackets at Ikea. These fit the brackets perfectly. The other time we used wood from home depot and it didn’t fit quite perfectly…but only less than an inch off. It won’t move around when you drill the small holes into the wood on the underside of the bracket. It will stay secure even if it doesn’t fit exactly.
      So hopefully this helps!

      Thanks!
      B & C

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    Were you able to fine the right depth/thickness of wood at Home Depot or is the wood a little loose? I looked today and wasn’t able to find it. Thanks!

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Design Inspiration: Pure Salon & Spa

We’re often asked where we get all of our inspiration and ideas for our DIY projects and home style. Of course Pinterest, magazines, and catalogs all play a major role in our decor ideas…but the truth is we find inspiration EVERYWHERE!

Pure Salon & Spa

Our latest trip to the salon is the perfect example of finding inspiration in unexpected places.

As blondes we are not big fans of getting our “hair did.” It’s quite the process (foils & foils) and takes a lot of time (like 2-3 hours….seriously you non-hair colorers are sooo lucky) But when your roots are so bad that you literally have the “ombre effect” going on, you know it is time to do some hair damage control.

Now that the rookies have been reunited (more on that here) we decided to make the long beauty process a little more fun and get our hair done together.

Bridget getting beautified

We visited our friend’s new salon not knowing what decor inspiration awaited us…

Hair salon waiting area

Of course we chatted all things blog, wedding, and caught up with our friend & hair stylist Casey. But we also spent much of our time oohing and aahing at all of the creative details in Casey’s salon.

Let’s take a peek at her oh-so-comfy and welcoming salon…

Pure Salon waiting area
Pottery Barn coffee table
This coffee table is insanely gorgeous.
Pure Salon Mannequin
The entire space is mostly neutral, with touches of antique, and a dash of glam. The perfect recipe if you ask us!

Casey told us that most of the items were found at flea markets, and repurposed for the salon. That was music to our ears.

Pure Salon Chalk Board

Casey & her Aunt also DIYed many of those flea market finds. This old dresser was brought to life again with some TLC and paint.

Drop cloth accent wall

By far our favorite idea in the salon was this drop cloth accent wall. It’s featured on one wall of the massage room and serves a double duty…1. to muffle noise from the salon, so guests can truly relax. 2. to add some creativity and life to an otherwise white wall. #genius.

They simply made it using 4 drop cloths (incredibly inexpensive at any home store) and a staple gun. The texture and ruffled look makes it pop right off the wall and it certainly adds dimension and interest to the small space.

Antique chandelier

We left the salon that day grinning ear to ear. Not only was our hair looking big, blonde, and beautiful…but we had some fab new ideas to incorporate into our own spaces.

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Where do you get your design inspiration? 


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