So this style is a complete 180 from my last Happy Home post, which was Go Bright/Modern. This time we are going cottage chic instead. Much softer colors and more of a vintage feel. My husband and I are looking to move to a small town and while I wouldn’t normally choose cottage chic as my decor, we have been seeing a lot of this style within the homes we are viewing. It is comforting, quaint and lovely in it’s own right.
Flowers • Frames • Loveseat • Hat Boxes • Roses
I feel like this style is quite romantic and nostalgic. What do you think of this feel? Do you think your hubbies would go for it?
Consistency builds trust and says — hey, I am dependable!
Growing up, I was never a fan of breakfast for dinner. Now, I could eat breakfast all day long! I just love everything about breakfast. Waffles are not something I have often as I consider them a bit of a chore to make. So today I am sharing a few waffle recipe’s that are not only yummy, but you can choose to have them for breakfast, lunch, dinner or dessert!
Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner • Dessert
So seriously — breakfast, lunch, dinner or dessert? Oh my gosh, how to choose!!!
It is finally really feeling like summer. It has been warm for a while now, but for some reason the summer feeling just hadn’t set in. This gorgeous photo reminded me of how beautiful it is to be on the water, not to mention, how beautiful are these boats? Another bright palette, I know, but I couldn’t resist the charm.
Are you feeling that summer feeling? Do you have any water related plans coming up or a fun summer vacation of any kind?
Happy Friday everyone! Although I don’t usually post on Fridays, I finished up a new branding package this week so I thought — why not post it! This is a mini branding package including a monogram logo, business cards, a postcard thank you note and a social media starter set. This design has a modern geometric feel, featuring a great multi-colored diamond pattern and a monogram within the logo. The monogram can be used as a secondary logo and looks fantastic as a watermark over a photo. First, the branding board:
Next, I did a quick mock-up of the stationery elements as sometimes it can be difficult to visualize what the design will look like on their printed materials. It is easy to forget that the client is not able to see what you, the designer, are visualizing in your mind.
If you are interested in this package, this design is now available via The Branderie. What do you think of the use of the geometric pattern to pull this branding package together? Can you imagine the possibilities for this design?
Creating a positive vibe for your business is essential for making customers or clients feel welcome. Easy peasy!