While I don't have many projects going due to the current situation I'm left with quite a bit of free time at home. I'm sharing some of the things I'm doing during this time to keep myself busy and stay inspired. I hope that my little list of things to do will help with the boredom you're probably feeling at home too.
Anytime I go shopping on Etsy I usually fall down the rabbit hole and find some super cool and unique things. I love going on Etsy to find vintage pieces, original artwork, or handmade items. I was recently doing some shopping to find some art prints for my client's new bathroom. I found some beautiful art prints, but also found some other treasures along the way. Here is my round-up of my favourite Etsy finds that are available now!
I'm in the process of ordering items to style my clients bathroom with and thought I would share some amazing finds here. Since I can't do much shopping in real life these days, I am doing more shopping online for clients than ever before! I have rounded-up for my favourite accessories that can complement any bathroom and the best part is they are all budget-friendly finds are $80 or less.
The clients on this project were getting ready to put this home on the market, but before they did that they needed to renovate and update the master bedroom and ensuite. By making a few affordable upgrades and changes it transformed this area of the home and added additional value to the home. Keep scrolling to see the transformation and the products I used to complete this project.
With the Christmas season upon us and holiday decor making a comeback in stores I thought I would share how I decorate my tree for Christmas and my designer tips and tricks that I have picked up along the way. These tips can work no matter your decorating style and are easy ways to get the most out of your Christmas tree and give it that designer touch. Keep reading to learn my tips and tricks!
Want to know more about what it's like to hire Schinkel House of Design for your next project? In this blog post I will be sharing the answers to all of SHDs FAQs.
Over the summer I picked up this vintage dresser for $20. I was in need of more storage in my closet and was on the hunt for the perfect vintage piece that is good quality and could easily be fixed to suit my style. This dresser was the perfect size and I loved the simple details on this piece. Keep reading to find out what I did to get this dresser looking beautiful again for just a little over $100!
Anyone else have a home with one extremely ugly bathroom? Today I'm going to share with you how you can decorate affordably and pick up a few items from your local homesense to make it feel just a little more tolerable. I live in an early 1980s home that has not seen a single upgrade since the day it was built, so you can imagine the bathroom situation is not ideal. Of course not all bathrooms are created equal so I'm going to share some tips and tricks that can work whatever your bathroom situation is. Keep scrolling to see what I did to add a little more style and personality to this tragic bathroom. Make sure to also stay tuned for next weeks blog post as I share how to make a brand new or builder grade bathroom a little more stylish too.
Image source: Architectural Digest
I love how simple yet beautiful this home is! I just know that you will love it too. I love the mix of classic pieces with more simple, scandinavian inspired pieces. This home is luxurious, but it doesn't scream luxury like a typical Hollywood home. Keep reading to see the pieces I curated to get this same look.
Image source: Apartment Therapy
Small space are difficult to design, whether you live in a small apartment or just have a corner in your home. Today I'm going to give you some ideas to help you tackle those challenging areas. Just becasue you have a small space doesn't mean you have to compromise on style or storage solutions. Keep reading for some small space solutions.