Halloween is always a love it or hate it holiday for people. Some people scrounge at the tackiness, while others go all out for costume and decorations. Halloween doesn’t always have to be tacky though, there’s plenty of ways to get your home feeling spooky without resorting to awful taste. It can be as simple as adding in a little bit moodier and darker colors to your space, colors such as black, purple, burgundy and mustard. You can do that with some different pillows, we like this deep purple pillow from Target, or this spooky skull pillow from Etsy. Speaking of skulls…. Skulls are a perfect (and bad ass) way to add the Halloween touch to your space. We love these little skulls, you can place them on night stands, bureaus, or have it be part of a center piece. A lot of our below Halloween chic inspo have tall candle holders on tables, we like these mercury glass one’s form Pier 1. Long candle sticks create the old fashioned, creepy chic look, a look that is more than acceptable during Halloween. You don’t need to do flashing orange and purple lights to get in the Halloween spirit. Although the line for tackiness is thin for Halloween, with attention to detail and the right colors, you can make your home be the chicest spot for a Hocus Pocus watch party. Don’t these Pinterest inspiration pics make you want to have a Halloween dinner party? Or is that just us? For more inspo, and to see all of our other interests, head to the GGG Pinterest! Happy Halloween 😉
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The idea of a gallery wall in your home, or design space is not a new idea. Not a new idea at all, but still a great one. Pinterest is always flooded with gallery wall pictures, so GGG grabbed some of our favorite pins for you guys to take a look. Our favorite reason for still loving gallery walls is that it is such an easy way to show your personality through design. Your gallery wall could consist of personal family photos, uplifting quotes, prints of artists’ works and more. This mysterious, moon print art from Urban would be great for a gallery wall in the bedroom. This brings us to our next reason of why we love gallery walls, they can be used in almost every design space. Perfect for a bedroom, office, living room or that random wall in your house that you just don’t know what to do with. This dramatic painting from Jonathan Adler would look great for a living room, pair it next to an old black and white family photo for the start of a great gallery wall. Having a gallery wall lets you get super creative too, we love the idea of framing a map of your home city, or state. Look at these ones at West Elm to find your city. Don’t think that your wall has to be all pictures and prints though! Placing a mirror in the middle of your gallery adds great effect, we love this teardrop one at Crate&Barrel. We hope you have been enjoying, and gathering inspiration from these Sleepy Sunday posts as much as we have! If once a week isn’t enough, head to GGG Pinterest for more inspiration! xx
Fall. The season that every fashionista waits for, the season for all things pumpkin spice and most importantly, the best season for cozying up. The only hard part about fall is that it’s completely different from summer, meaning you need a new look for it. It’s not logical, or affordable (although we wish it were) to buy all new interior pieces just for the changing seasons. That’s why this Sleepy Sunday post is all about how to easily transition into fall with colors and small details. Your fall interior design space is a lot like your fall wardrobe, it easily transitions through the use of color change and adding warmer, chunkier pieces. The best way to take a piece and turn it into a fall, cuddling oasis, is to add earth tone pillows and a big throw. Many of the Pins below show rust and earth toned pillows mixed into the interior design. Try getting a few of these fall color pillows at World Market, or one of these faux- fur pillows from Pottery Barn (on sale). As a lover of snuggles and scary movies, what is really catching my eye about these pins are all of the cozy blankets draped everywhere. Add a fall touch with this plaid throw from Kohls, or if coziness is your top priority, splurge on this Barefoot Dreams ® earth tone blanket from Nordstrom. What’s great about using pillows and blankets (keeping in mind fall colors!) to change up your seasonal design is that they are easily stored. Check out this amazing wicker trunk basket from Crate&Barrel. Not only is it convenient to store all your blankets and warm pillows, but it’s an amazing living room piece. We hope these tidbits and inspo pictures help you transform your design space into your perfect fall spot! To see more of where we get our inspiration follow GGG on Pinterest. We hope you are loving these Sleepy Sunday posts as much as we are! XO
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If you have gone shopping lately, or seen any New York Fashion Week looks, then you know that green is a major color for the fall season. Not only does green look great on the runway (and it’s my favorite color), but it’s an amazing accent color for your interior design.The color green has been used to symbolize many things, power, money, jealousy, nature and more. It’s a striking color, a color that is eye catching, and when designed right, can add so much style to a room. What is great about using green as an accent color is that there are so many shades of green that create different moods and add creativity to your design. We love the mint green bathroom back splash seen below. Not does this create an unforgettable look, but the mint green generates a calming atmosphere. Another way to create a green accent is plants, yes plants! As crazy as it is, cactuses, succulents and all things nature are a trend right now. Check out these terrariums from Urban Outfitters that would create your perfect nest for all things green. You can provide a sense of calm and the perfect plant oasis with the color green, but you can also make a space dramatic and glamorous with just one green piece. Many of the pins below showcase dark green or emerald couches, chairs or pillows. These key pieces are not only the perfect accents, but give the room so much flair. If these pins are making you envious, you should be looking at this emerald chaise lounge from One Kings Lane, and this velvet chair from Target. For a more subtle touch this Fiddle Leaf Branch from West Elm, is a a great way to add that green detail in your bedroom or living room. This Fall H&M Home has really outdone themselves, and they have a whole Green collection, where you can find pieces like this Velvet pillow cover or a more fun version like this Jacquard-weave pillow cover, for the bed this Duvet cover set with a fun leafy print, and this green moss knit blanket! Take a look below at all of these inspiring pins, they will leave you green with envy 😉 To see more Home inspiration and interior design heaven, follow GGG on Pinterest and you will find everything on the Gorgeous Interiors Board! Happy Sunday!
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