Plants add an instant touch of beauty, and interior designers use them all the time.
You don't even have to have a green thumb to make it work.
Want something almost impossible to kill? A snake plant or aloe vera is the way to go, plus they are great air purifiers.
Want something completely impossible to kill? Faux plants. 'Nuf said.
Take a look at your favorite Instagram or Pinterest photos.
Ever notice little nick-nacks filling up the shelves or lined up on the counter?
Larger items give a bigger bang for your decorating buck and are more pleasing to the eye.
Plus, they're way easier to dust.
Stack a few here.
Turn all the spines completely around on the shelf over there.
And bam. That's how its done.
We are so proud of our newest addition to our aviator furniture pieces. This baby is a beast, weighing 300 lbs, and is a stunning statement bookcase with its gorgeous polished look.
Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you our Aviator Shelving Bookcase.
It features four removable shelves, making it easy to store your style and size contents. Bonus about the shelves being removable is that it sure makes it easier moving this bookcase when the shelves aren't adding their weight.
Our classic metal patchwork uses exposed steel screws on aluminum, giving it that beautiful look reminiscent of vintage WWII aircraft.
Got uneven floors? We have you covered with our 4 adjustable feet, making it sit perfectly on even those floors that were built so long ago that you could roll a ball one direction across the floor and it would start to roll a whole different direction.
Yes, we have one of those houses. A 1930s beauty. Full of character.
But that's what I like about the old. When you mix an antique wooden dresser with something new, like an artistic pendant lamp or a soft white shag rug, and continue that pattern of mixing the old and new throughout the entire living space, it gives such warmth and beauty to an otherwise stale room.
Give it a try. Mix the old with the new, and see what happens.
Until next time,