Best of the Web: Be @ Home #73
We are back again this week with some of the web’s talented bloggers. Get your inspiration from these brilliant ladies who are creative and original in all their projects. You will be exposed to fine interior decorating ideas and tips, treasure hunting and innovative ways to refurbishing others’ unwanted items, beautiful handmade quilts and other handicrafts, and finally more information about new quilt designs and unique textiles found in antique shops. So relax and get inspired!
Juliana is a French-Brazilian interior designer living in France and for her, home is a happy and colorful place to share with family and friends. That’s why she created DECOuvrir design, to share ideas, cover inspiration & design with a focus on home decor and style. Her site is dedicated to sharing opinions and experience, giving some advice, showing beautiful interior spaces in art, furniture and other beautiful things. She also shares articles that are meant to inspire readers to live an awesome, authentic and creative life! DECOuvrir design is about discovering the best about interior design and how we can do everything we want in our home with just simple and original ideas!
“I find joy in refurbishing others’ unwanted items and turning them into my own treasures. I am obsessed with “the thrill of the hunt,” whether it be shopping the curb or the clearance section of my favorite retail stores, before and after and all of the craftiness that goes along with it. Blogging is just a fun outlet to share not only my own treasures but others’ that I find inspiration in as well. Come on and join me, take a look around, and happy treasure hunting!” – Tami
“I love all types of handcrafts, sewing, cross-stitch, embroidery, doll-making, etc., but my favorite is quilting. The only thing I like more than quilting is making quilted handbags. Through the years, I have sewn drapes, pillows, bed coverings, quilts, dolls, etc. to decorate my home.” – Talin
“I began my blog, called “SuzGuz Designs and such . . .,” to promote my small business. I like to write about new quilt designs, new things happening with my business or in the quilting industry, and other things I find interesting, such as my hobby of finding unique textiles and other items while visiting antique shops. I occasionally host giveaways and announce when my quilts are featured in magazines.” – Susan
Aren’t these sites wonderful? Make sure you get a chance to get inspired with their tips and tricks and take up craft projects this summer. Decorative cork boards will help you stay organized and be systematic with the multiple projects you take up.