Good Day Fancy Lacy Community!
My little girl attends pre-kindergarten full time now. Every morning, she starts her day with a list of questions. She tries the grown-up talk like “ what is the plan for today?” I’m amused by her curiosity. It makes my day. She sure knows how to set a tone for the day. Today, I wanted to show you how you can set a tone in your dining room. A piece of art can do this for your dining space. It can add a touch of luxe and create a big impact in your dining space. Get inspired.
Oversize art in the dining space is a show stopper. As seen in this picture. From Domaine.
If you are not into a large scale piece, consider a gallery wall in your dining space. I’m feeling this eclectic dining space. It is a mix of old and new. From Lonny.
Photographs are also great in dining space. The large-scale photo works very well in dining rooms. From Apartment Therapy.
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Happy Friday everyone!!!
Feeling pastelicious? I feel this way every so often I come across pastels. I can’t get over pastels’ room. In this exciting new world, things are soft and inviting. I love warm vibe it projects. It is official…I am hooked! Pastels look great in any space. It is soft, calming, inviting and elegant. Pastels work so well with neutrals. The rooms feel bright, right, airy and spacious. See these gorgeous pastel spaces.
Think pink!!! The color pink works so beautifully in this space. I love the stripe curtains in this space. From Interior Holic
Mix pastel with neutral palette, results are classic neutral with a twist. I love the way pastel is introduced in this space. The couch in the space becomes irresistible. Look how this beautiful joyful couch is soft and inviting. From Home My Design.
Truth be told, beautiful shades, smoothing pastels mixed together can be an update in your room. As seen here with sheets and accessories. From House To Home UK
Stay Fancy and come back again!! Have a great week-end.