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The Best of March and What’s to Come
Last month we’ve added a new creative team member, Jessica from House Homemade, to share global inspired projects with us. Since St Patrick’s Day was coming up we thought it would be fun to incorporate green into this month’s DIY. (Also appropriate for Pantone’s color of the year!) I shared a quick and easy British colonial vignette with DIY fabric art. It really brightened up this corner in our tatami dining room.
Spring is officially here (whether it’s warmer or not) and I had so much fun creating an eclectic spring tablescape with succulents and fresh blooms. You might remember the last tablescape blog hop hosted by Chloe from Celebrate and Decorate and I was really excited she asked us to share again!
My experienced renter friends and I shared our second post for the Best Renters Hacks. If you are new to the series, it is a monthly collaboration of DIYs and decorating tips for a different spaces in your home. February we focused on the living room and March we shared our best tips and tricks for the bedroom.
I also shared the second post for the Inspired by DIY series. This creative series includes a handful of bloggers who feature room makeovers, DIYs, and decorating tips inspired by our favorite designers/style icons. February our focus was on Wes Anderson style. This time I shared a fireplace makeover inspired by Genevieve Gorder with decorating tips to help you achieve her iconic design in your home! By the way, did you hear Trading Spaces is coming back? Wahoo!!
April will be more monthly posts for The Global Styler, The Best Renters Hacks, and Inspired by DIY. I’m also working on a home tour of our new Japanese rental home!
What are your plans this month?