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February 24, 2016 | Decor, DIY, Inspiration

Even though this winter hasn’t been drastically cold or snowy, it’s still been winter and hibernation is hard to fight.  While my to-do list continues to grow, so does my inspiration list, so I figured I would share some things that have caught my attention around the web recently.

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White kitchens are EVERYWHERE these days.  I’m guilty of a few myself, but there are so many more options than just replacing or painting cabinets when it comes to modernizing and freshening up a dark, dated kitchen.  Jen Stagg took her client’s space from dark and gloomy to bright and airy.  Check out the befores and more juicy afters on her blog, With Heart.

//withheart.com/featured/client-project-reveal-kitchen-dining-upgrade/

As a self-proclaimed crazy cat lady, I’m always drawn to cat furniture that doesn’t look it.  This gorgeous piece from the Korean pet furniture company, Stay Stay would look just as chic displaying a record collection and turntable as it does as a cat bunkbed.

//www.staystay.co.kr/product/list.html?cate_no=24

image via A.Park.C.

If you haven’t seen Target’s new kids home collection, Pillowfort by now, you might be living under a rock, but I’d be happy to help you see the light.  I swear every time I turn around, Target is stepping up their style game.  While all together, the items create adorable kid spaces, many of the items could mix amazingly in with almost any decor to add a whimsical touch.  I mean, come on…. there’s a stuffed unicorn head to mount on your wall.  10 year old me wants one.  Next friend to have a baby is getting the octopus (because it’s probably not socially acceptable for a 31 year old with no kids to buy herself one…)

Pillowfort for Target

And if you’re just itching for Spring, like I am, an easy switch-up to brighten your space is artwork.  Over the weekend, I came across this post of a very simply DIY macrame wall hanging on Brit+Co.  Normally textile wall hangings are a bit too boho for my particular tastes, but this one’s just simple and graphic.  I dig it.

//www.brit.co/macrame-wall-hanging/

Speaking of simple and graphic, fresh off the blog presses this morning: Everything is Awesome.  Chelsea at Lovely Indeed whipped up this printable artwork that’s sure to get the Lego Movie song stuck in your head, which I consider a bonus- that song always boosts my energy by about 75%!

//lovelyindeed.com/printable-wall-art/

What’s caught your attention in recent days?  Are you adding DIYs to your spring to do list like I am?

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