I will admit it, I have become a full-blown interior design junkie! One of my favorite things about Instagram (other than connecting with my page fans, obviously!) is getting my daily dose of design from my favorite interiors accounts. I literally get so excited every day to look at what is new on Instagram from my favorite designers. I am constantly blown away, and so inspired, by the gorgeous home design work that I see on social media. Below are three of my favorite design accounts that give me a ton of amazing ideas for designing my own home!
I whisper to myself “love that!” about a hundred times every time I scroll through @amberinteriors account. A serious interior designer, Amber has mastered the clean, white aesthetic that I love so much. Even more exciting is that she has her own online store now called The Shoppe!
Another amazingly talented interior designer, Becki Owens always has me thinking “I never would have thought to do that!”. Her Instagram feed is beyond stunning, and it usually surprises me a little bit because I find myself loving new colors that I have never gravitated towards before. Becki also has a fantastic website and blog where she has sections like Q+A, How To’s and Get The Look.
Studio McGee is run by husband and wife design-super-duo Syd and Shea McGee. What I love about scrolling through their account, is that they don’t stick to one specific style of design — They will often showcase various projects they work on that are vastly different! They are also masters of the little details. I love examining their images to notice all the small little touches they include. You can shop their favorite things on their online store, MCGEE & CO!
Hope you guys are as inspired as I am by these interior designers! Let me know what your favorite design accounts on Instagram are!
You all know by now just how much I love to decorate our home, but one thing we haven’t talked about much are two very important spaces in the house: the kids’ rooms! Just like in most homes, Aden and Ariahs’ rooms are very different from the rest of the rooms in our house. I love that they each get their own space – it’s something I think you can do no matter how big or small each of your little ones’ rooms are, or even if they’re sharing.
I’ll be posting more about kids decorating ideas in the future but I thought it was about time to share some easy, cute accents that would make any little’s room more cozy, playful and polished. When decorating for kids, don’t feel like you have to follow the same theme as your common areas. Find ways to play off of themes they love, like animals, sports, princess, etc., and use the rooms’ accents to give it that well designed, finished look. You’d be surprised just how great something as simple as storage bins, wall hooks or shelving can be for making toys and books look more presentable. Even something as simple as putting the kids’ artwork in frames that follow your style and color scheme can really transform a room. The kids may not care about those details so much as long as all their belongings are there to comfort them, but you can breathe a sigh of relief knowing the room is just as cozy and stylish as the rest of your home. It’s all about compromise ;)
Do your little ones rooms’ have a theme or style? Which kids interior design topics do you want to see on Tameramowry.com? Comment here or tweet them to me @tameramowrytwo. Maybe I’ll have some tips for you!
Hey guys! You might’ve seen some peeks of my dressing room at The Real over on Instagram, but I made sure to save a ton of exclusive photos to share here on the blog. As you can probably already tell, my dressing room is very different from how I decorate our family’s home…
Why? The time I spend in this space is unique because it’s all throughout my work day. We have long hours filming at The Real, so this isn’t just for changing but primping, preparing for the day, transitioning and more. And of course, visits from my little ones whenever possible! Because of this, I wanted it to be cozy, clean and relaxing. Shout out to my designer Alexis Fields for knowing exactly what I mean by this!
And since I spend all my time here when I’m not at home with my family, I made sure everything in it has sentimental meaning. Since I don’t need a typical office space, I carved out a little nook for my Bible and journal… Two things there is always time for.
Instead of pops of color, my entire dressing room is very subdued and romantic. Silvers, creams, and pale pinks are my accent colors. However, what the space lacks in color is made up by textures, from these gilded candle holders to a cozy knitted throw and faux fur stool. It’s all about being cozy and warm… No matter what room I’m decorating, my goal is always WARM.
Got a room in need of a warm, cozy makeover? Here’s a handy guide…
As you probably know, I’m all about rustic neutrals and beachy vibes in my home. But I’m also a huge fan of color and using it strategically to create interest in a room. One way to do this? The accent chair…
Accent chairs don’t command as much attention as sofas or shelving, yet they add a fun pop of color that can really lighten the mood of a living room. When it comes to choosing an accent chair, you still want to stick with the style you’ve been decorating with – like traditional, mid-century, modern etc – and consider the wood textures and metals when pairing with other furniture. Besides that, it’s all about choosing something that elevates the room, and lately I’ve been loving the idea of adding something like the pink Nate Berkus for Target chair to a bright white space or putting a sunny yellow like this patterned chair in a more traditional sitting room. So many ideas!
The best part is you get the most bang for your buck as far as furniture goes with an accent chair – all of these are under $300! So, if you’re on a major budget but want to transform a room, this is a great place to start. Be sure to click through to your fave styles because some of them come in even more colors ;)
As you might’ve seen from my post last Friday, I love decorating our home for Christmas. Red, green, and gold are fun to throw around this time of year, but there’s a catch – our home has a coastal, beach chic vibe throughout. Combining these two themes isn’t the easiest, but instead of doing away with our beachy everyday décor, we decided to roll with it and create our very own Christmas design.
We placed our tree near our nautical built-ins and a big window so that it would stay just as light and bright as the rest of the space. Natural light is a MUST for me, so keeping the tree we’ll gather around on Christmas makes it even more inspiring.
One tip? Find unexpected places to hang things like bows and garlands from. That way you don’t have to rearrange much at all.
Yup, that would be 3 A’s and a T up on our mantel…
Because our everyday décor is full of nautical colors like red and blue, it actually mixed in well with the festive accents. (See my tips for mixing prints here!)
No need to take down current décor if there’s a way you can work in greenery and other winter accents. Love how this turned out!
Hosting gatherings during the holidays can be a scary thought – you’ve got food, drinks, décor and guests to think about. And if you scroll through Pinterest for fall table inspiration like I’ve been doing, it can seem impossible to pull ALL that off, even for a simple dinner party. Luckily, simplicity can be beautiful this time of year, and you can actually get creative with what you already have to make your Thanksgiving or other fall tables come alive.
This DIY place setting looks elegant but is so easy to throw together right before an event – even while dinner’s in the oven.
You just need a place mat, the dishware you’ll be using, and your supplies: ribbon, a metallic pen, kraft paper or card stock, and whatever twine or ribbons you already have stashed away. Navy and cream make a rustic fall combo if you ask me :)
Punch a hole in the card stock (or use ready made tags) and write out your message. I like the idea of writing words like “thankful”, “blessed”, etc., but you can also write guests’ names down if you have a lot of friends and fam gathering around the table.
Tie the tag to a piece of twine or string and then tie it and a few ribbons around your cutlery.
It’s such a simple design that really goes a long way in setting a gorgeous fall table.
Are you hosting Thanksgiving this year? Tell me about your plans!