Complete How To Guides for Every Aspect of your Home

I get a lot of questions regarding how to do things around the house and where to shop for certain items. Like what stores are best for curtains or where do I get the best lamps and rugs for an affordable price? Each year that I’ve been writing this little blog, I try to find new ways to help share my tips and tricks of the trade with you so you can have the home that fits your style and doesn’t break the bank. This year I’m going to be bringing you monthly posts to assist with just that!

The three most popular questions I get are about curtains, gallery walls and bar stools. Without a doubt. Where do I find the best curtains? How do I create a gallery wall? Can I put a gallery wall here? And… I think I need barstools for my apartment but I don’t know where to start.

Fall Decor Tips

Photo by Due West Photography

If you’ve asked yourself (or me!) one of these questions before, then this series is for you! I’ve decided to help you piece together your home & answer some of your most popular questions with a monthly how-to guide for everything in your home. This guide will come together throughout the year, but don’t worry- it’ll be worth the wait! Today I’ve curated the list of what you can expect to learn about each month. And of course, if there’s anything I’m missing or that you want to know that isn’t on the list, feel free to email me! The list is subject to change in case of specific requests.

JanuaryWindow Treatments
FebruaryGallery Walls & Artwork
AprilPlants | additional post
May– Lamps
JuneBar Cart Essentials
July– Barstools
August– Mixing Patterns
September– Coffee Tables
November– Pantry Organization
December– Bedding

Which month are you excited to learn about!?

xx, Emma

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