I have posted about this store before. See. But I can't help but show the love for this oasis of home decor. I love the eclectic mix of styles, textures and fabrics. Aside from furniture and home accessories, they also carry some really cool jewelry.
So, here is another tour, of the new displays of At Home. I am sure you can retrieve much inspiration by looking around. I know I did. I think I see my next painted canvas art piece. This would be easy peasy to make.
I love these little vignettes with the lamps. I know blogger,Lamp Tramp, will love these too.
A great mix of modern and traditional in this bedroom. My cousin Elaine would love the lamps made from actual trees. They would look great in her cabin. And I am a door person, love that door against the wall.
Everyone loves candles.
These are drink coasters are made from tumbled stones. I got some great inspiration from these as well as some others that I had seen on another blogger's blog (shoot I cannot find he blog address right now for credit. Forgive me....). She had made these herself by using stamps (from Hobbey Lobby) on the stones (bought for pennies at a hardware store). Obviously using pictures from magazines or artwork would be cool too. Imagine photocopies of your children's artwork! A perfect gift for mother's day. Just be sure to seal the stone properly so that the image will be safe from condensation. This is going to be my next art project for craft night with the girls.
I adore this ottoman, below. Very sheek.
More canvas inspiration....easy to make.
I love that little footstool in the Indian print fabric.
This was one of my favorite groupings.
Look at all the color from the decorative balls in the bread bowl. Beautiful.
After visiting At Home, I popped in next door to Harmony Landing, another favorite. They had all of their spring displays out. I loved all of the bird's nest! Do you see those chocolate brown next on the bottom right?
Well, I loved what they did with those. It was a very cleaver way of using the nest in decorating. They took the nest and put them onto large candle holders and then stuck a candle right smack dab int eh middle of the next. What a great look! See....
I have some nest like those at home, I am going to use that way too.
I also picked up a few nest myself.
This small one came from At Home for $2.00