Oh man, I can’t even tell you how much I miss being able to go out to see new art, or attend my favorite design shows, such as the Architectural Digest Design Show and ICFF. Maybe you feel as I do, and are looking for new, creative ways to fight lockdown boredom, while also exercising your artistic talent and flair for design. If that is the case, then you will be excited to hear that manufacturers of custom, Mid-century design furniture, Joybird has created a free, downloadable coloring book featuring 8 escape-worthy living spaces for the interior design lover to color as they choose To start coloring, download the PDFs available at This Link and print them – it’s that easy. Here are a few of the cool room designs included.
Joybird would love to see the designs you come up with, so feel free to share your creations on social media with the hashtag #joybirdcolors.
Your Kitchen should be so much more than a place for chores and microwave meals: it should also be a retreat in your home that you go to for fun and relaxation. If you feel guilty about leaving your kitchen in neglect, now is the time to turn things around. Start with re-thinking the space to generate positive energy. You can do this through a pro or by designing the kitchen yourself after you’ve learned enough tricks from interior design courses over the internet. There are plenty of exciting ways for you to engage with your kitchen space. Below are four suggestions to get you started!
This is a well-deserved shout out to my BFF Tracy of the Modern Urban Living blog for not only assisting in the construction of my awesome new Kitchen Cart (purchased from Overstock) but for actually single-handedly building the cart herself while I held stuff in place and occasionally handed her a random piece of the cart from where it was strewn across my floor. Thanks a billion Tracy, and long may you continue to Rock.