Eclectic Decorating Tips for Minimalists
Your home doesn't have to look like a vintage thrift shop in order to nail the eclectic decor look, but it also doesn't have to look like an overly curated, modern magazine editorial. On P.P.S. Interior Decorating Blog, find out five ways minimalists can decorate in the eclectic style. [ Sources: Galerie Half, Photo by Shade Degges ]
How to Warm Up a Modern Industrial Home (With the Help of Vintage Accents)
Do you want your home to be styled in the modern industrial style without feeling cold or uninviting? Check out this post for ideas on creating a charismatic eclectic mix with the use of vintage decor. Whether you prefer an 'industrial glam', Mid-century Modern, or a romantic look, there are plenty of vintage accents you can use to warm up your home - you just have to know how to style them strategically!
Color Crush: Three Ways to Decorate With Cobalt Blue
A color that's both bold and versatile, you really can't go wrong with cobalt blue. Whether your interior is modern, eclectic, or somewhere in between, there's a place for this accent color in your color palette. On the blog, check out these three ways to decorate your home with cobalt blue.
Three Christmas Tablescape Ideas Inspired by Artilleriet
This holiday season's inspiration comes from Artilleriet, a Swedish brand with a knack for interiors that are just as whimsical, cozy and inviting as they are modern and editorial. As with most Scandinavian brands, Artilleriet sure knows how to celebrate the holidays! On the blog, P.P.S. outlines three ways to get Artilleriet's minimal yet eclectic look for a Christmas tablescape.
The Best DIY Holiday Wreaths for Minimalists
Minimalism and holiday decor are definitely not two interior design concepts typically associated with one another. It's only natural, then, that DIY bloggers - some of the most creative forces in the decor world - have found ways to mesh the two. Below are eight of the best minimalist DIY holiday wreath tutorials out there,…
How to Create a Unique Holiday Color Palette for Your Home (On a Budget!)
Whether your holiday/Christmas style is boho-vintage or more modern + minimal (or somewhere in between) - if you're an eclectic decorator, you know how much fun it can be to create a new and unique holiday color palette each year. This can cause a strain on your budget and storage space, though. Click to learn how you can re-use holiday decor without sacrificing your creativity - and your savings!
10 Elegant Rooms That Make the Case for Decorating Like It’s Halloween All Year Round
Make your home feel like Halloween all year round while avoiding kitsch and cliche decor. On the blog, get inspired by these 10 modern interior designs that evoke a moody, glamorous, and vintage inspired aesthetic long after fall is over. [ Top Left: Studio Sven, Top Right: Elle Decor, Photo by Rustic White Photography, Wallpaper by Ashley Woodson Bailey, Bottom: Fine and Dandy Co ]
How to Mix Green Tones in an Interior Color Scheme
Whether in a bathroom, kitchen, dining room, or bedroom, a monochrome green color palette can work anywhere. There are so many tones to choose from, from mint to sage to olive to lime green. On P.P.S. Interior Decorating Blog, learn how to create a layered look by mixing green tones in your home.
Pattern Play: Five Ways to Use Stripes in Your Home
No matter your style or interior colour scheme, there are endless ways to decorate your home with a timeless striped accent. Click to explore P.P.S. Interior Decorating Blog's top five ideas for using stripes in your home decor.