If you are hosting Easter Brunch or Dinner, you may want to dress up your table this year with items you may already posses. Spring colors are in full bloom in stores, but check your closets and cupboards, you may have a few items that you can mix together to create a beautiful Easter Tablescape.
These two color schemes play beautifully together, and the one of the easiest and most affordable ways of dressing up your table is floral arrangements. By sticking with one bloom option such as Cherry Tree Blossoms or Peach Tulips, you are saving beaucoup bucks by making your own with one flower type vs. buying the pre-made mixed floral arrangements. Have fun with it, and don’t be afraid to add some Easter candy to the table in pretty little bowls or dishes to add some color. You can also put your grandmother’s fine china to use, and pull from the color palette of the dishes to create a beautiful floral arrangement and tablescape.
Just say “no” to plastic Easter Eggs this year and check out these fabulous DIY Easter Egg Designs that will have your children and family swoon. So easy to do with children, keep the Easter Egg Dying a family tradition. These creative ideas are taken from several nifty and crafty folks that really put a spin on that good old egg dye that we are used to.
Move over Bianca, we didn’t need Daddy to buy us a Golden Egg, we just make our own.
Nail Polish has a whole new purpose on Easter Eggs (just be sure to buy the $1 Bin Nail Polish, as your fancy polish may turn a different color when mixed with others). Crack open your children’s Watercolor sets and go to town on your Easter Eggs with a brush!
Keep the old dye handy with these silly Mustache Easter Eggs, and be sure to supervise if your children are drawing mustaches with a Sharpie! The Party doesn’t start until the confetti drops, so be sure to hide the Pinata Easter Eggs outside so your children will find one explosive surprise!
Take an exclusive look inside Jeff Lewis’ Project: Gramercy Place. This 1930′s gem was restored to it’s original beauty, while updated with wall paneling, wall coverings, custom marble flooring, and fresh paint by Jeff Lewis Color.
The Jeff Lewis Color Collection is available online, and the earthy tones will give your home one amazing face lift. The paint colors used in Gramercy Place created a subdued backdrop for all the dazzling light fixtures, texture, and shimmering stone. Whip out your paint brushes and measuring tape, and get inspired by Jeff Lewis’ home makeover.
Get ready for Spring Break & Summer Vacay with this spa inspired bathroom! While you may be drooling over the whirlpool tub or Harlequin Mirror, you can create your own spa at home with the help of our Design Team in Nashville or Chattanooga. While dreaming about your future spa like bathroom, do not forget to take a little Me Time and indulge in pampering yourself in preparation for bikini and sandal season!
Scrubs work wonders on our feet, hands, and elbows, so make yours at home or pick some at your local bath & beauty shop. Keep romancing about tropical paradise with Bath & Body Works Hawaii Collection with sweet smelling candles & body lotion. While a trip to the Dermatologist may be best, the at home Microdermabrasion could do the trick! A little pampering goes a long way, and if you start dreaming up your new space, your creative ideas will be flowing when soaking in that hot tub.
If you are on the hunt for the perfect Industrial Loft Design, you are in for a treat. The Lofts on Main have all the bricks and whistles in TN., and we are proud to show you photographs by Charles Coleman of our sultry, yet masculine Vecchio Cement Brune’ Tile, and Set in Stone‘s gorgeous countertops and skilled ironwork.
Not only does this space offer ease and flow through the living space to the bathroom, the artful design creates ambiance through the lighting and texture. Loft or not, give us a call today to get this Industrial and Sexy look installed in your home today.