Skip to Main Content

A empty wall is now full of life!!

The main wall in the dining room has finally got the attention that it has been long awaiting!

Painted in the color of "Silver City", it has two beautiful antique white shutters containing chalkboard bases, which rest against hung by handles strung up with twine.

A green garland was purchased and then cut to makes two smaller wreaths to add that extra pop of color against the chipped white shutters.   An industrial bronze brushed clock was then addend to the center in order to make that space feel balanced as well as a practical use displaying the time.Placed in the corner is a vibrant, rustic and detailed white plant stand to make the space feel filled in as well as adding a lively feel with two green houseplants that sit on each tier of the stand.      

The decorators favorite: The vibrant green wreaths added to the shutters as well as the chalkboards to add inspiration!

Please feel free to contact me with some comments, questions or desire to have a space revamped by Brittany Kay Interior Decorating!

 

 

Posted: 10/02/2016

A total stairway redo

Our home was built in 1998, and oak was a super popular thing back then. As much as I love how it was a trend, I wanted this focal point to be… Read More

A converted closet DIY

Our front entry coat closet just needed some TLC, because it was just plain old boring! It had one of those typical white-wire shelfs and that… Read More

Our Fireplace Mantel Reveal

One of the things I have been wanting to change as a way to temporarily renew our living room space was to get rid of the orange-brown fireplace.… Read More