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Weekly Six: 4.26.13

Happy Friday! Can you believe it’s the last week of April already??

Here’s this week’s Weekly Six:

1- Wouldn’t mind living with this gorgeous light pink door.

2 – Cool DIY to spice up plain old light bulbs.

3 – Can’t wait to make these ice cubes for the Summer.

4 – Dreaming of relaxing on this glamourous daybed.

5 – This lasagna looks ridiculously delicious.

6 – Clean and beautiful color combination in this bedroom.

Have a great weekend!

April 26th, 2013 by Katie


Recipe Radar: White Pizza with Prosciutto and Arugula


If only pizza crust had ZERO calories, then I would eat this pizza every. single. day. By this pizza I mean the white pizza with prosciutto and arugula. It is the heavenliest of all pizza combinations, in my opinion. And it’s super easy to make!

Unless you make your own pizza dough, which I don’t. I buy the dough from the dairy section – not the frozen kind, but you can use that if you choose. Roll it out while the grill is heating – if you have two sides, do one as hot as it goes and the other at medium heat. If just one side, do medium high. Put the dough on the hot side until it bubbles, then flip it over to the medium side. For now, all you need is some mozzarella – I prefer fresh and shredded combined – and the prosciutto. Close the grill and let the cheese melt and the prosciutto brown. Once you are satisfied, bring the pizza in, throw some arugula on top and serve.

SO easy and SO delicious. Of course, if you want to add sauce you can, but I think it’s better without! You can also dress the arugula with a vinaigrette for added flavor.

What is your favorite type of pizza?

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April 24th, 2013 by Katie

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Product Pick: Bed’nTable

When I first saw this Bedn’Table, it wasn’t love at first sight. But the more I look at it, the more I love it. What an awesome idea for studio apartments – this is a great way to utilize smaller spaces without sacrificing key items – like a table to eat dinner at!

Designed by Erik Griffioen Furniture, the Bed’nTable is made of wood and comes with four chairs and two nightwings – the trays on either side of the bed.

The Bedn’Table would also be great for homes or apartments that are a little bit larger than studios, but still have minimal space. I wouldn’t mind using the table as a desk; wake up each morning and walk five steps to the office!

What do you think of the Bedn’Table? Where do you see it being useful?

Indoor Hammocks: Love This Look?



It’s almost that time of year for relaxing outdoors – on a hammock if you so choose. But if you’re like me and live in an area where it’s only warm for about four months out of the year, you might need some source of relaxation indoors. So…why not bring your hammock indoors?

Throw one up in the corner of the living room or family room for a unique way to enjoy your day – relaxing or watching tv. There are so many options to add neutrals, colors or patterns into a decor with a hammock.

On the other hand, some may believe that hammocks are for outdoors only and that sofas are for relaxing indoors.

What do you think – do you love this look? Or do you prefer hammocks outside?

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April 23rd, 2013 by Katie

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How to Increase Light in Your Home

Happy Monday! Today we’ve got a great post about bringing in light into your home – something super important and mood-lifting as we enter into the warmer seasons!

When decorating, we all want to create the illusion of having more space than we actually have. Even if we have large rooms, we still like to feel we are in a bigger room with nothing to get in our way, right?

There are numerous handy tips and ideas on how to make a space seem larger and lighter by using mirrors and reflective surfaces – and here are a just a few of them:

Natural light line

One key aspect for increasing the light in the home is to assess the line of natural light that is entering the room. You need to think about what times of day you are most going to be in the given room and see where the natural light comes from at this time.

From this you can consider strategically placing a mirror or mirrored surface in the direct path of the natural light. The mirrored surface will project further light back into the room, helping to make it light and airy. You will not actually increase the light level, but give the illusion that the room is lighter than it is.

This is great for rooms that are small or that don’t get a lot of natural light coming in. No matter how many lamps or ceiling lights we use, nothing beats natural light for lifting a room.

Glass sliding doors

Whether you are creating the illusion of light or space, glass sliding doors are fantastic.

If you have a conservatory, you may consider using glass sliding doors to separate the conservatory from the joining room. Using the sliding doors means that you get all the benefit of the light from the conservatory in the adjoining room but still keep the two areas separate.

Another way to use glass sliding doors to give light to your room is in the bedroom. How? By using mirrored wardrobe doors of course! These are great for smaller rooms as the light which comes in the window is reflected and bounced round the room by the wardrobe doors. Also, by using mirrored doors, you get a practical addition to your bedroom – allowing you to check your appearance whilst still creating the illusion of more room and space.

Artificial light

Whilst natural light is always best, that doesn’t mean artificial lighting doesn’t have its merits. For rooms which are really deprived of sunlight, consider fitting a range of light fixtures that increase visibility exactly where you need it. Adjustable lamps, spotlights and dimmer switches are all popular options and allow you to angle fittings so that light is delivered exactly where you want it. Aim lights at nooks and crannies, as well as at mirrors and reflective surfaces, to ensure every corner is illuminated.

What do you think about lighting – how do you incorporate it into your home?

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April 22nd, 2013 by Katie

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Weekly Six: 4.19.13

TGIF. Here’s this week’s Weekly Six:

1 – I can’t stop making smoothies. Here are three unique recipes I have to try!

2 – Love this light – do you believe it’s a DIY?

3 – This Cinnamon Peach Chili is one of my go-to recipes – making it tonight, in fact!

4 – Admiring the kelly green accents on this bed.

5 – Easy and fun DIY napkin rings.

6 – Fabulous coral-orange furniture in a gorgeous space.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of those in and around Boston – what a scary week this has been for them.

April 19th, 2013 by Katie