Post image for Handmade Houses: An Interview With Richard Olsen

I’m a product of parents who lived the life of handmade. Houses, food, gardens… I’m surprised we even had a car growing up and not some recycled Fred Flinstone mobile that promoted good health whilst on the go. Handmade (in all nature) is of immediate interest, and most certainly when it comes to homes. I’m instantly entranced. My love for exteriors/interiors and the brains behind them go far beyond fascination. Best described as an unfounded respect and awe for individuals that stepped outside of the trained parameters, to create unique spaces and structures that were both kind on mind, body, and earth. It’s art, in its truest form… art that one can live within and amongst. Read more »

Busto Draudimas -Dec 05, 2013, 7:14AM
I give all my respect for the creator of this house. This is more than amazing!
Lawn and garden products -Nov 11, 2013, 4:52AM
Stumbled across your page by luck and I need to say that I highly enjoyed reading it. Keep up the quality work!

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Post image for About A Girl: Meet Joanna

Joanna will grab your attention from the far end of a room without even trying. She’s a model-esque UK beauty with an effortlessly cool style, and a personality to match. Read more »

Hand tufted rugs -Nov 14, 2013, 9:30PM
Great post... This was a really awesome read.
Access Basement Conversions Ltd. -Nov 06, 2013, 2:19AM
This post is just wonderful Thanks for the very valuable information.

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Post image for Step By Step: Moving Your Plants Indoors For Winter

This guest post comes from our contributor FP Naomi. Read more »

Woollen rugs -Nov 14, 2013, 9:31PM
They are supposed to be really good as well.I like it....
Juliette Laura -Oct 17, 2013, 4:14PM
Such lovely photos! And wonderful useful tips as well! xo, Juliette Laura http://juliettelaura.blogspot.com http://www.etsy.com/shop/InfiniteStyleShop

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Post image for Creating A Fall Atmosphere In Your Home

UPDATE: This post originally ran on September 6th but we were in the mood for some redecorating this weekend so we wanted to share it again for inspiration! Read more »

fp brigette -Oct 28, 2013, 2:54PM
Louise - We use a Canon 5D MkII, usually with a 50mm lens. We do a lot of editing in Photoshop, too :)
Louise -Oct 27, 2013, 10:27AM
Totally copy-and-pasting this around to all the FB bloggers, in hopes of a reply! I have a question I’ve been meaning to ask the FP blogger (or anyone else who’d like to help me out), I love the style of photography you all have, and am just wondering what cameras you all use? I’m hoping to get a proper camera, and love the arty side of photography, but am hopeless at understanding the technological side. If you could let me know, I’d be so grateful. (If your sugesstions turn out to fit my price range I’d be even more grateful!!)

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Post image for Fun Ideas For Storing Makeup Brushes

If you wear makeup, you probably own a few makeup brushes. Maybe you keep them neatly tucked away in a brush case; maybe they’re kept on top of a vanity table for easy access; maybe they’re thrown in the nearest drawer to get them out of the way. If you have the urge to change up your storing situation, here’s some inspiration! These methods can also be used for storing other items like pens, pencils, and paint brushes :). Read more »

bella -Dec 19, 2013, 10:38PM
hi i've been searching really hard for good makeup brushes lately and can't seem to find any ones that i like would you mind telling me which ones are the one's you have? it seems like you would know what to use haha thanks so much
Jenni -Oct 13, 2013, 4:29PM
I recycle tea tins and jam jars for organizing most things in my house - pens, buttons, paper clips, make-up brushes, cotton balls, etc. Coffee tins are especially great for loose change. I'm always on the look out for unique tea tins or collectable Nutella jars - I enjoy the product and then give the container a second life. Also, once cleaned, you can spruce any container up with paint or etching and give someone a "useful pot to put things in."

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Post image for 5 Houseplants That Clean The Air

I’ve always loved displaying plants around my home for the fresh, natural feeling they bring inside. But there’s another reason to love houseplants: for their air-purifying benefits. Read more »

Michael -Oct 11, 2013, 10:17AM
Hi, thanks for the article. Do you mind sharing your sources for this article. Thanks!
Olivia -Oct 10, 2013, 10:51PM
We have all of these in my house!

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Post image for 3 Wood Burning Ideas

I always love to add a special hand-touch to the items I own, whether it’s my clothing, accessories, or home décor items. I’ve always thought that wood burning would be a cool and fun way to do this, and I finally tried it! I used this decorative technique three different ways, and now I can’t stop. Read on to see what I made – and how. Read more »

celina -Jul 10, 2014, 11:19AM
Check out these radical wood burnings! http://www.storenvy.com/stores/350587-c-m-u-i-r-e/story
Brianna -Dec 23, 2013, 8:22PM
What kit did you use? I really want to get in but there's like a bajillion different kits.

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Post image for Leaf Wall Décor, 2 Ways

Now that the leaves are just beginning to change color where we are in Philadelphia, it’s the perfect time to bring some into home as a form of décor. What I really love about decorating with leaves is that it’s a short-lived thing. Leaves only change color for a short period of time, and once you pluck them from a tree, it’s only a matter of time before they dry up. This forces us to really appreciate every moment of beauty that these colored pieces of nature give to us. Here are two ways I love to decorate my walls with autumn tree leaves. Read more »

prairie curtains pattern -Nov 06, 2013, 8:04AM
I am going to try this at my home decor. Nice sharing.
Alexa Sonken {Invitations for Creatives} -Oct 04, 2013, 12:31AM
Cute, quirky, easy and simple! Thanks! :) www.etsy.com/shop/alexasonken www.alexasonkenblog.com

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Post image for Home Tour: Inside Our Senior Graphic Designer’s Treasure-Filled Loft

Update: This post originally ran April 8, 2013, but we wanted to bring it back in hopes that it would offer some home decor inspiration as we move from summer to fall!

Our senior graphic designer has one of the most gorgeous homes I’ve ever visited. It’s a brightly lit loft with tremendously high ceilings, and it’s filled with treasures she’s picked up over the years. Every piece she owns seems to have its own story; a memory that brings a smile to her face – and that’s one of the main reasons her home is such a joy to be in. Read more »

Anna -Jan 24, 2014, 4:49PM
Where is this in Philadelphia? Looking to make a move within the city – need some ideas.
brodahl -Dec 08, 2013, 5:05AM
Beautiful home with the beautiful designing. Creative mind. Graphic design Berlin

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Post image for 3 Ways To Make Your Home Smell Like Fall

Redecorating my home for fall is one of my favorite things to do this time of year – and one of the best ways to make a home feel cozy and lived-in is through smell. Read more »

Suzanne Holt -Sep 18, 2014, 4:38PM
Thanks for sharing this idea. I am including it on my "Fall is in the Air" Pinterest board.
Jordan -Aug 16, 2014, 11:20PM
I am new to making potpourri, is there a certain measurement for the ingredients? Or do you mix them in for your own liking? Thanks! :)

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Post image for DIY Lace Doily Curtain

When the seasons change I always want to give my apartment a little bit of a makeover.  We have a lot of lace fabric scraps and doilies lying around so I finally attempted a project I’ve been wanting to do for a while – a lace doily curtain.  This is so easy to do and the end result is a beautifully delicate and completely unique curtain. Read more »

katie -Sep 27, 2014, 1:53AM
I love this!! I inherited my grandmother's doilies and this would be a beautiful way to display them and add a perfect romantic touch to my craft studio. Thanks so much for sharing this beautiful idea.
Julenecakes -Sep 05, 2013, 12:07PM
Beautiful! I SO needed a new project and I have a ton of doilies and lace just sitting around. Yay! Thanks so much! Julene xo Gypsy Plunder Vintage

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Post image for DIY Tree Branch Clothes Hanger

I’m on a constant search for new ways to incorporate both nature and fashion into home décor – and today’s DIY does both. I’ve always loved the idea of displaying some of the prettiest pieces from your wardrobe around your bedroom, and these tree branch clothes hangers are the perfect way to do it. Read more »

Katie -Aug 29, 2013, 8:21PM
Wow I need to do this ASAP for some of my favorite dainty items. instead of an elephant
Juliette Laura -Aug 29, 2013, 11:33AM
I have sooo many pieces of drift wood from this summer, so I am definitely going to make a bunch of these! xo, Juliette Laura http://juliettelaura.blogspot.com http://www.etsy.com/shop/InfiniteStyleShop

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