Happy Wednesday and welcome to the series If My Blog Was A Room… where I pose the challenge to think of your blog as an actual space. What would that space look like? I am very excited to have Barbara here, from her design blog Hodge Podge. Barbara has a great eye for design and has completed some amazing and creative DIY projects on her blog. While also being very talented, she makes her readers feel as if they have known her for years! She has a way of making you feel right at home, like chatting about design with a good friend! Her is her pretty blog header:
And here is what she came up with!
Thanks Amber for inviting to participate in this exciting series, If My Blog Were A Room. I thought it would be easy to pick a few a photos and be done with it, but it was hard to choose.
But first when you come in you would be greeted by a juicy red door, amazing geometric tiled floor, and gorgeous art.
Anyone who reads my blog knows I have a love for stripes, especially black and white with a little thrown in.
So you would be wowed by my striped walls, red console table and eclectic art collection.
But my blog is a collection of ideas so a bookcase full of books would be just the ticket.
My blog is also a collection of pretty and inspiring photos, so a gallery wall would be found wrapping around the hallway.
But there is always a little pretty with a bicycle thrown in.
And a comfy chair will be needed to sit on when reading my blog and others.
Hope you can sit and stay a while!
Thanks Amber for having me!
Thanks so much for being here, Barbara! I absolutely love what you came up with! I also love seeing stripes on the wall and that beautiful wing chair fabric from Country Living is amazing! I also thought it was so creative to show a bookcase in your post, because your blog is full of ideas. I love that! This all definitely reminds me of your creative blog. Stop by and say hello to Barbara!ï»¿
After visiting Hodge Podge, stop by Nikki’s blog, Nikki’s Nacs to see my guest post! The challenge was to think about how I would spend $200 for home decor after recently stumbling upon the extra money. Sounds like a fun challenge to me!