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 so excited to have Elizabeth here, from her design blog The Little Black Door. I found Elizabeth’s blog recently and I’m hooked! I love her witty sense of humor and amazing before and afters of her beautiful home. She also came up with this cool gallery wall idea, where she adds frames and art to a corner of a room. I love how it turned out, and you’ll just have to stop by her blog to see it! Without further adieu, here is Elizabeth’s blog header-
And here is what she came up with-
Hi everybody! I’m Elizabeth from The Little Black Door. I was thrilled when Amber asked me to participate in the ‘If my blog was a room’ series because I play this game all the time (with myself). Now that I get to actually share with others, I don’t even know where to begin! I am consistently bi-polar when it comes to my styles. On the outside, I prefer something very old and very traditional. With a lot of land (of course) – an estate I guess you could say. Ahh, to dream.
|Westover Plantation Virginia|
Inside though I’m all about cozy (like I said – bipolar). I like rooms that have slowly accumulated over time. Rooms that feel layered.
|Tommy Smythe via Pinterest|
|Elle Decor via From The Right Bank via Pinterest|
Beautiful bright windows are a must.
Every room must have color and pattern,
|O Interior Design|
|via Ampersand Design Studio|
|via Bryn Alexander
and a good sense of humor.
I love books and some killer styling as well. Styling is so very challenging to me, so I always appreciate a job well done.
|Absolutely Beautiful Things|
And finally, no room is complete without a well stocked bar!
|The Glitter Guide|
So that’s my blog in a room(s) – Color, pattern, humor and a well mixed cocktail! Thanks for having me Amber, this was a lot of fun!
Elizabeth, this was amazing! I love what you came up with. The stenciled walls and that striped settee in the foyer- wow! Rooms that have color, pattern and personality are so important and fun! These colorful, cheerful interiors definitely remind me of your blog! 🙂
Stop by Elizabeth’s blog and say hello! You’ll be hooked too.