Within the last year and a bit, I’ve been leaning towards industrial metal chic pieces- who hasn’t? I remember when I was a wee little girl and seeing my mom use copper sauce pans to warm up milk for hot chocolates or use copper tins as planters to set on the window ledge. I always thought they were beautiful and it may due to my obsession with rose gold. If you really think about it, copper and rose gold look like sisters.
I think we’ve all been enjoying the fuss over metals and it’s true rustic form. Something about it makes a home feel real and less cookie cutter. It adds personality and a strong one at that. Today I share some of my favourite chic copper pieces that I think any home can benefit from.
So chic meninas, what’s your favourite metal to decorate the house with? Are you opposed to this trend and pass on the idea? Let us know! We’d love to hear from you.
Happy Hump Day ladies and gents. I’ve been getting over a lingering migraine which has resulted in limiting my interaction with electronics, computer screens, you name it. I’ve finally been feeling myself again and decided to kick off the blog week with something fresh. Today I wanted to chat and share some of my favourite indoor planters. I’m thrilled that there has been a push with interior trends lately on getting people to go back to the 90’s when 7ft tall plants were a thing. I absolutely love greenery in the home and office!
Looking to slowly add greenery to your space? Want a low maintenance plant without the hassle? This is the perfect piece if so. I love the wood and aqua combo and how cute in size this is. It makes a great decorative piece for the coffee table, desk or night table.
Okay, I think it is safe to say that we have officially established a theme of some sort. Geometric. Skip the art work and picture frames and opt for a wall planter. A great option for the family or living room.
4. Nude Leather Hanging Planter from Amulettes , $57.83
Love the play on textures with this piece. If you are looking for something more traditional and less geometric, this would be your gal.
So ladies and gents, what do you think of growing plants indoors? Too much of a mess? Love the idea so much that it looks like you live in a jungle? Let us know!
I have an aunt who completely changes the look of her living space with the seasons. I applaud her for her ambition and being able to have the patience to do that. She not only changes out her decorative pieces but even rearranges furniture and hangs new drapes. Some of us however, are unable or unwilling to take on such a task yet we still want to create a new feel for our space. Today we share how you can change up a few pieces in your home to have it feeling summer fresh. Happy Wednesday!
With little effort, a hanging plant will add that attention you are looking for in your space. Nothing like a touch of nature to add some summer love to the room.
How gorgeous are these Mexican tribal tile coasters? They will add a perfect touch of colour to a coffee table or kitchen space. Also opt for choosing larger tiles and leaning them against shelves in your home and a DIY wall piece.
Decorative pillows for the couch, day bed or a bench are such a cost effective solution when it comes to home decor. In our home, we keep a few different pillow options and change them up every now and then. Play around with textures, sizes, prints and patterns.
We do this in our house often, we have floral summer plates, simple Christmas platters, you name it! It’s get’s us in the spirit of things. For the summer, we like to display our printed dishware, platters and even bring out our cute water pitcher and set it on the counter.
Art is a great way to spice up your living space and it can be inexpensive! We purchase different types of frames and just purchase prints either on Etsy or Chapters.
So ladies, when the seasons are changing or the holidays are approaching, are you one to change up your home decor to reflect it? Let us know!
When I decided to take on the challenge of renovating my bedroom a year ago, I knew for certain two things. 1. I desperately needed a paint job 2. I need to find a unique twist on a headboard. Luckily, I was successful in accomplishing both. What I love about getting creative with a headboard is that we can change it whenever we please and it will feel as though the room gets a facelift. Below are some unique ways on how you can spice up your headboard. Enjoy : )
I used a fabric piece as a headboard to add some boldness to my room. You can drape any print or solid fabric piece and at any height, I just chose to do it close to the ceiling to give off the impression that my ceilings are higher.
This is a creative way to spice up the bedroom. A mirror will create an illusion that your bedroom is much larger than what it really is. I’d prefer a vintage piece and ensure that it is properly secured and mounted.
A great way to add colour if you or create a focal point.
Wall of Frames
Many will opt using a wall of frames on a bare space in order to fill the room up, I find that it’s a great way to add emphasis to the bed which is usually the focal point of a bedroom. It’s also an inexpensive alternative and easy to change. You can use family photos or prints.
Feeling confident with your painting skills? Paint a square that frames your bed to give it a headboard like feel. You can be more adventures and select a paint or spray with a matte finish to add some texture or opt for a design pattern such as stripes.
This year has been centered around earthy, nature like spaces and prints. A lot of green, floral prints are being used in the home and in fashion. The bamboo will not only add an earthy element but can help create a more calm and settle space.
Looking to achieve a warm rustic look for the bedroom? Try a DIY wooden panel headboard. It’s perfect if you are looking to add warmth to your space!
So ladies and gents, what do you prefer when it comes to headboards? Do you stick to the basic
I always had “a thing” for kitchens and house doors. Call me odd (which I am) but it’s just an admiration of mine. One thing I have noticed lately is the slight decline in colourful house doors. There will be the odd black, red or green doors, but never anything beyond that. Of course with anything that we do, our house door colour says a lot about us, but what exactly? The rules of Feng Shui say that the colour of our front door can impact the entire mood and energy of the home. Below is what we at amodachic were able to find! Enjoy
A classic and organized household that represents purity and virtue. Often associated with a new family in their first home. Similar to the “picket” fence association of perfection, a white door also reflects the same attributes.
A reflection of a timeless look that doesn’t budge with trends or phases. Most will reflect power, reservation and elegance. In Feng Shui, black express water. In Feng Shui, they believe if your house door faces north and is painted black that it will strengthen the energy of the home in a positive manner.
A colour of the boldness and love. A lot of people say that painting your door red means your home is filled with passion, love, and positive energy. In Feng Shui, the colour red is represented with prosperity and abundance.
The reflection of a free spirit home that embraces and is filled with wisdom, confidence and humour. A household that is warm, enjoys laughing and is filled with spontaneous individuals. A more fun colour compared to the three colours we mentioned above. Yellow doors don’t want to be taken seriously.
All shades of green represent growth and fertility. Think of nature. A green door represents a house that cares about their family, neighbours and are typically traditional in their values. The darker the hue of green, the more association it has to money and wealth.
Blue doors suggest that the household has a strong sense of loyalty, trust and faith. Feng Shui suggests that blue is a direct representation of water and abundance. The darker the blue the more peace and amity the house will experience.
So ladies and gents, if you had your choice in choosing a brand new colour for your house door, what would it be?