The kitchen. The heart of the home. After school snacks. Family dinners. Late night desserts. Scripture study. Just hanging out and chatting. And everything in between happens here. Here’s the secret: your kitchen doesn’t need to be brand new, squeaky clean, or full of organic snacks to make it a place of refuge for you and your family. It just has to feel warm and inviting, have a few basic essentials, that will serve you and your family the way you need it to.
Spring has sprung and that means time to start thinking about Mother’s Day gifts. Mother’s Day is a day to celebrate not just our own moms, but also to recognize all the mother figures and female friendships in our own lives. Women who mean so much to us and serve in many different ways. These great women deserve to feel cherished!
The minute the sun starts to shine, even in the earliest spring days when surprise snow showers are still likely, we get the urge to freshen up our rooms with the colors of spring. The new season feels like a fresh start. If you’re looking for ways to brighten up your home, try these 4 ideas to update your spaces.
New year, new organization goals. While decluttering and re-organizing your home may feel like a daunting task, the key is to start small with little changes to collect pesky clutter in problem areas of your home. Small changes can lead to big solutions.
Bringing faith-filled art into your home can be a personal way to depict your faith and evoke a sense of peace throughout your space. A great work of art can be interpreted many different ways by different viewers, and can serve many different purposes over time. It can cause introspection, serve as a reminder, and display values that are important to you. When a work of art speaks to you and makes you pause to look at it again, you know it is a special one.
Bring on the pumpkin spice. Fall is here and with it all the cozy sweaters, boots, mugs of hot chocolate, and blessed cooler temperatures. While you’re updating your wardrobe and buying pumpkin cookies, be sure to refresh your home and create a cozy haven for the season. Try out these 5 simple and budget-friendly ideas to update your space.
Popular, contemporary Latter-day Saint artist Brian Kershisnik shares his talents through stunning and unique art that has made a meaningful impact to so many people who love his work. While Brian Kershisnik has many beautiful pieces that make it hard to choose the best, we’ve picked a few to highlight here if you want an introduction to Brian Kershisnik’s work. Find the entire collection of Brian Kershisnik art here.
Wanting to refresh your space but don’t know where to begin? Whether you’ve moved into a new space or you are just feeling like a change in an old space, it’s important to make your home feel comfortable, cozy, and a place you look forward to spending time in every day. So if you’ve started feeling uninspired or need to spruce up a few blank walls, here are 5 tips for getting started.
Everyone loves a dinner party, but not everyone loves hosting a dinner party. If you’ve ever found yourself feeling more stressed, anxious, and worn out after having friends and family over and want to enjoy yourself a little more for the next time around, these five tips are for you. Whether your party is large or small, these five dinner party tips will make your night unforgettable.
When it comes to cultivating a happy and faithful home, modern home decor is a must. But not all home decor pieces are created equal. From LDS art, to comfortable furnishings, to other Christian home decor, everything you add to your home will also add to the comfort and peace that you feel there.
A space that marries both masculine and feminine beautifully in one space. This design tip is centered on finding that balance. The key to designing a gender-neutral room doesn’t mean choosing androgynous furniture or a neutral palette. By marrying classically masculine and feminine textures, colors, patterns, shapes, and objects, your room will achieve a pleasing balance that will make men, women, and children alike feel comfortable.