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Welcome to The Creative Circle link party – a place to share and find decor and DIY inspiration for your home!
This week I’m excited to share a glimpse into the before and after of Simply Beautiful By Angela. Here is her before that so many of us can relate to! Keep scrolling for the after, and to read all about it.
Many of my readers started following me for my home decor content, but I’ve really fallen behind this year on updating my home as much as I would like. I plan to change that in 2018 with some updates I have planned, with no more indecision to stymie me!
For now, I’m sharing a small home update in the form of a Christmas Home Tour.
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You may have noticed I haven’t yet refreshed my dining area as planned.
My usual design paralysis took hold, and I couldn’t stop thinking about Thanksgiving. What do the holidays have to do with home design? Well, everything.
The more I thought about it, the more I couldn’t come up with a wallpaper and concept that I was confident I’d love year round. As it turns out, I’m content with my minimalist dining area for now, and I think it really shines when I decorate for a gathering.
I decided to set the table for an inexpensive and easy, but glam fall meal.
I set the table with items I already had on hand: some gold chargers, white dishes, and leftover white pumpkins from Halloween.
I then added eucalyptus branches and pretty fall florals to add a pretty pop.
My husband grew up in a very old, beautiful home. Brick exterior, formal sitting rooms, laundry chutes, wood floors, and wallpaper. Lots of layers of wallpaper from the many years of redecorating by former owners.
When he was a teenager and wanted to change the look of his old wallpapered bedroom, he was given full reign…as long as he stripped the wallpaper first.
As a result, I married a man who greatly dislikes wallpaper.
Wallpaper removal, to be specific.
I, on the other hand, liberally pin wallpaper inspiration on Pinterest. There are so many designs and colors that inspire me.
In my imagination, I see a different wallpaper for every room of my house.
But, my husband’s history with wallpaper removal and my indecisiveness are a potential lethal combination that will make our Dining Room Refresh an interesting process.
Right now, our dining room is clean and simple. Very much a blank space…but in a good way.
We have light walls, a builder grade pendant light, and the same kitchen table we’ve used and abused for the past 13 years.
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Today’s DIY is all about finding stylish ways to display and contain toy cars. My son’s love of cars was revived last month when we introduced him to the latest Fast & Furious™ movie. So, of course, he was thrilled when he discovered toy replicas of Dom Toretto’s car and the climax scene of the movie. However, we had reached capacity on car storage in casa de Mangold. Maxed. Out.
Stored here: Fast & Furious™ 5 Pack Vehicle Assorted
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Today I’m sharing a summer DIY I’ve been wanting to do for a long time. I’m excited to show you how to make a DIY Industrial Cooler for less than $7.
A reminder: I’m participating in the ‘One Room Challenge’ (ORC), hosted by Linda from Calling It Home, that challenges home and design bloggers to make over a room in their house from start to finish in 6 weeks. We have decided to tackle our living room. Here’s what you missed: The Before and Vision and The Design Plans.
Finally, I’m starting to make some progress on my living room vision. This week I introduced lots of patterns, personalization and some creative solutions.
High Impact Gifts that Mothers & Grandmothers Will Love
A big thanks to GiftsForYouNow for sponsoring my Homemade Mother’s Day Gifts. All opinions are my own.
Happy May Day! Can you believe in just a two short weeks, it will be Mother’s Day?
If you’re one of the many people who haven’t landed the perfect gift for the women in your life this Mother’s Day – don’t panic! I’ve pulled together three thoughtful and inexpensive gift ideas for moms and grandmas, that even the worst procrastinator can pull off at the last minute! Moms can attest: there’s nothing better than receiving a truly thoughtful gift that can be sentimental, pretty, AND useful.
Welcome to the week 4 of the One Room Challenge – which, as I shared last week, is really just week 2 for me.
It was bad enough that I started my living room makeover halfway through the challenge, but this week was met by design paralysis. I am such an indecisive decorator and am often left questioning every move I make. It’s why I normally decorate very slowly, but in his case the speed needed to complete my vision scared me straight!
The first project I really need to get squared away is the white wood feature wall I’ve planned. I contacted Stikwood to get some wood samples to help me feel more confident swatching the project out. I’d been eyeing this solution for a long time, as my husband has had little to no interest in completely DIYing a wood wall for me. This easy peel-and-stick real wood treatment seemed like the perfect solution to get him on board (<< see what I did there?).