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Today, I’m a high/low dining room design mood board. Can you guess which items are the highs and which ones are affordable? Leave me a comment below and tell me! I’ve also got some fabulous throw pillow combinations in case you’re wondering what prints to pair with solids for your living room or bedroom. Lastly, it’s a throwback post to 15 perfectly styled bookshelves to help take your #shelfie game to the next level!
1. High/Low Dining Room Design Mood Board
I’m really enjoying playing around with different virtual room designs and creating mood boards that will hopefully inspire you in your own homes. If this is your kind of thing, please check out my store at Shop LTK because I’ve got a lot of fabulous mood boards there already!
If we had a larger dining room, you can bet this is what it would look like! I love the Amber Lewis Loloi rug paired with the farmhouse style table and cane chairs. That chandelier also has my heart. All the accent pieces are the icing on the cake!
SHOP THE HIGH/LOW DINING ROOM
2. Best of Etsy: Throw Pillow Combinations
Throw pillows are having quite the moment as a design feature, wouldn’t you agree? It seems like no living room or bedroom is complete without a few plump, perfectly paired throw pillows, mostly in tiny florals, stripes, and solids. If you’re stumped about how to pair pillows, I’ve got an Etsy round up below that should help you out!
SHOP THROW PILLOWS
3. Help Your Shelf: 15 Perfectly Styled Shelves!
Warning: You are about to be very inspired by this collection of perfectly styled shelves!
The 15 images I’ve collected (READ THE POST HERE) are a mix of the work of some of my favourite interior designers (Studio McGee! Amber Interiors! Park and Oak Design!) and some I’ve discovered from- and pinned to my Shelf Styling board on Pinterest. I hope you find them as helpful and inspiring as I have. If you take any #shelfie’s after this post, remember to tag me on Instagram! I’d love to see how you’ve refreshed your shelves.
Until next Friday,