The Purge

As we head into the second full week of the year, we find everything is getting back into the swing of things. You go back to work, you hit up the gym and yet you still find yourself irritated by the mess the holidays has left you. Too many presents, not so much room.

So, this week is going to be:…

Achieving The Dark Wall

Top trend 2016 will show case to you is dark walls. I, myself am quite excited about this. I am really looking forward to seeing what people do with this trend, the ideas seem to be endless. This moody look is a must on my list of must haves for 2016.  The best part, there are so many ways to achieve this moody effect. However, you need to be be careful, painting your walls dark can turn your home into a Halloweeny set up if not done in the right way. Dark walls seem to have the negative assumption of making a room feel dark, but did you know that it can actually help attract the light if done in the right way. Even better there are ways to make your space seem larger with the darker look. Here is a list of spaces I believe would benefit from a dark wall colour.

Home Office

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1.Dark walls in your home office. Enough said. You see a lot of offices using all white because it acts as a blank canvas.…

bright, lively & gorgeous

2016 is bringing back numerous trends from the past years. One that I am particularly interested in is decorating with plants. Side note: God bless my little man Keifer’s soul, I never could have plants because he would eat them all…no matter where I placed them. Don’t worry I’d take a million dead plants a day to have you.  Anyways, I am excited to see what types of plants help in the household, so I have decided to do a quick blog on how to use this new trend to your advantage!

Plants have a way of making any space feel bright, lively and gorgeous. As I search around for some new plants to add …

Bon Voyage 2015

2015 has brought us a variety of great design trends, each one defining themselves in their own way. Some have been carried over from the past year and tweaked to bring a fresh look to it, while others have always been there but not really showcased to show their true potential. 2015 delivered natural elements and a unique look on details. Sustainability was the main focus and will continue to be for 2016, it will be seen through materials, textiles and electronics. But enough of that, let’s take a look into my top three favourite trends this year that I hope to see more of next year.