Lego is a big part of my life. Namely, my kids are obsessed with it. I love Lego. I love the creatively it inspires. I love how well my kids play together when they are building a city or staging some kind of battle.
The dark side of Lego is that I regularly injure myself on small pieces lying on the floor and I seem to have random mini-figures scattered in every purse and coat pocket.
Check out a couple of ways I could make Lego an even bigger part of the decor in my house:
I could have an entire wall dedicated to Lego:
Or, I could create a key holder out of Lego.
Kind of fun don’t you think?
As in many homes our kitchen is the hub of the house. Our kitchen counter eating area in particular gets a ton of use. Unfortunately, our kitchen stools have seen better days. Basically they are falling apart. They are kinda crap – and that’s using my nice words!
So …. I’m on the hunt for new stools. They need to be durable (like, really durable). And they need to look good. Hubs isn’t convinced it is possible to find something that is both durable and looks good. I beg to differ.
I love the idea of mixing materials and textures. I want something more industrial but not too modern. And, nothing espresso coloured. Given the space it needs to be backless and tuck under the counter when not in use. And, I’d like it to have visual weight to it. Not bulky looking but not flimsy either. Check out some inspiration ….
Here are some options that mostly meet my criteria …
So many choices! I am strongly leaning towards the last option. Although I like the second last option too.
Which would you choose??
all kitchen visuals via my Pinterest
Window treatments finish a space. I especially love them in my home.
Check out my new drapery.
The fabric is by Dwell Studio for Robert Allen and is called “Medallion Band” in citrine.
Thanks Tonic Living for another gorgeous job.
Now I just need decorative pillows and a new area rug to finish the space off!