I’m super excited to share her decorating brilliance, so let’s get right to her “quick fix”!
Have a mantel that needs a new look? Fill some white vases with fresh flowers for a quick spring update.
Have bookcases that don’t have enough books and you need a space filler? Place platters behind the books or fill dishes with scrabble tiles or stack bowls of different shapes and sizes for visual interest.
Have kitchen shelving that needs a makeover? Purchase platters and vases and butter dishes and pitchers and urns and fill your shelves.
And the best part? You can find white dishes anywhere. My collection comes from yard sales or garage sales or thrift stores or the attic.
The key is that they are interesting and inexpensive and have unique shapes and textures. Together all those little bits of inexpensiveness work together to form a collection that looks like you spent a fortune.
Now you can un-pause The Real Housewives. 🙂
White dishes and The Real Housewives (#guiltypleasure)??? KariAnne just speaks my language!
Can you tell how much fun she is? We’ve had a couple phone conversations, and she is the real deal. Just as funny and nice and witty as she seems online.
Here’s one of my fav of her DIY’s, an IKEA dresser hack that’s totally swoon worthy…
Series Intro & my “fix”: Fabric Covered Books
Little Black Door: Lampshade Covers
The Makerista: Using Greenery in Styling
Primitive & Proper: Hide an Unused Fireplace