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  • scotia project design: colorful, but make it calming

    If your new to this page then I would love to start by telling you that while Humble Abode & Co is an art shop, we are first and foremost interior designers. And recently we had the opportunity to bring the two together, our love of all things art and design, in one beautiful home. The story of this home deserves to be told, from the colors woven throughout, quirky yet airy, to the specific digital prints selected from our shop. So let us show you around... Tell me if this sounds familiar. You’re a busy family juggling the demands of 3 kids. Between preschool drop-offs, snack duty, and baseball practice, you’re constantly feeling just a teeeeensy bit behind, especially when it comes to laundry. It doesn’t help that your 1975 house is systematically rebelling against you and you can’t even open and shut your dryer door, because apparently in the 70’s they didn’t need to open the dryer?!? Despite the chaos, our clients had a vision for this home. They wanted color and life, pattern and fun (here's where Humble Abode become a win-win)! But also, with the demands of 3 young kids (and all the stuff that 3 kids bring along with them) they wanted their home to feel like a calming retreat. Is it even possible to have both!? Vibrant and calm? Colorful and serene? Challenge accepted. THE PLAN - Or should I say the design side of things... Before, the two living rooms were pretty isolated from the kitchen area, one was super underutilized and was almost a glorified hallway between the front and backyard. So to make things feel more open and inviting we removed the built ins between the Breakfast and Living Room, took out the bay window, and straightened out the back wall of the house, letting in TONS of natural light and making things much easier to navigate. We also took that opportunity to extend the outdoor patio and create a built in banquette in the breakfast area. In the kitchen we opened up the wall to the dining room, removed the peninsula, added an island, and opened up the stairwell (show stopping moment foreshadowing). The pantry had to go, so we relocated the food and appliance storage to the laundry room, which is now a square (hallelujah) and the dryer can finally open all the way. An old coat closet had been the culprit, so we did away with that since it wasn’t really being used. And now the moment that you really came for, sure we moved some walls but let's see some color! Ask and you shall receive. Keep scrolling to see the "aftermath". How we used a mix of neutrals and bright colors, both pastel and vibrant, to give this home new life, making it a haven from the hustle and bustle of everyday and all the emotions that come with it. THE FINAL PRODUCT - Where the color story is told, art leading the charge! Right as you enter the home, you’re met with the most wildly colorful wallpaper that it’s hard not to feel cheerful. This wallpaper became our color palette of sorts, any color shown was fair game. The stairwell used to empty into this hallway in a pretty unceremonious way. By relocating the small pantry, we were able to alter the landing to open directly into the kitchen. This new open view gave us an opportunity to do something special, we opted for soft blue risers with a spectacular oushak rug moment and now had a GIANT wall perfect for an oversized canvas print of French Countryside. Because this is a large white wall it was begging for a pop of color. The real centerpiece of this renovation (and the home) is the new kitchen. The soft blue from the stair treads is echoed on the soft blue island that took the place of the former (weird) peninsula. Now the kitchen is open and inviting. The perimeter cabinets are painted in a crisp white, with soft off-white-almost-gray quartz counters that unify the island and other cabinets. The cheerful natural rug with a pop of pink runs the length between the island and sink. The sink is about the only thing that remained in its original location, under this sunny little window overlooking the backyard. We updated it to an apron front and added a soft brass faucet. Knowing that we had a furr down that had to stay, we wanted to maintain as much symmetry as possible on either side of the range, so rather than have a funky short upper cabinet on the left, we opted for open shelving to create a functional display. Que Humble Abode here, this was the perfect opportunity to layer in neutrals and color in the art prints selected for the shelves. We liked the saturation and depth that we get from prints Pear and Lemon, but closely followed them up with our tried and true piece, Aha. The tile backsplash was the one material that took the longest for the homeowners to land on. Ultimately we went with a soft white zellige tile that is a textural moment that adds character without demanding too much attention. It also the sets the backdrop for layered art and décor, as designers, we always recommend not skimping in the kitchen when it comes to little personal moments. THE LIGHTING. If there is one single element in this renovation that takes the cake, it’s the light fixtures. They’re all so unique from what you typically see; feminine and sophisticated and just a tad whimsical. They add so much personality to this home. In a world of islands that are as large as basketball courts, this gal is a bit more petite. At only 3’ wide, it’s enough for full depth cabinets on the working side and knee space on the other. We added a leg detail to give it a bit more presence since we couldn’t go as deep due to the size constraints of the room. Let’s take a step backwards and see how this kitchen fits into the home; namely next to the updated laundry room (left) and dream breakfast nook (right). I could write a sonnet about this breakfast nook, y’all. The soft blue cabinets carry from the kitchen island to create this cheerful cozy spot. (I spy La Madame printed on canvas there also, just outside the laundry and she looks right at home.) A command center and lunchbox storage flank either side of this nook, keeping all of the kid school accoutrement at bay and organized out of sight. Our client already had a spectacular marble tulip table and Louis ghost chairs, which absolutely had to stay! A round pedestal table is the perfect table to nestle into a nook, since there aren’t any pesky legs to get in the way. The bench seat is upholstered in an outdoor performance fabric in a bold Kelly green, which took our client a minute to get on board with, but we lovingly kept nudging her towards for the pop it would bring to the space. Remember that entry wallpaper - green is in! Another favorite lighting moment is this gold and white lantern, centered on this new window. With the crown moulding we added to the top of the cabinets, you barely notice the 2nd furr down that we were unable to remove! Opposite the breakfast nook is this stunner of a laundry room! Our client’s request was to make laundry fun. Well, other than hiring laundry out and removing the chore entirely, this should do the job! When it came to the art, we LOVE the chance for some symmetry while mixing things up and this duo of La Mademoiselle and La Madame did just the trick. Keep in mind, another plain white wall, a little more color. The colorful Asian inspired scene is the clear focal point, but don’t miss the cute white and soft blue hexagon tiles on the floor! (And that painted Mademoiselle, having her solo moment). Another sweet feature – a delicate blue tile stripe running on an otherwise standard subway tile backsplash. Storage above and below the sink, a shelf, and a drying bar make this area super functional. Opposite, an entire wall of storage! I could nearly cry. Floor to ceiling cabinets for pantry, bulk storage, and cleaning supplies line the entire wall. The stuff of dreams, and WAY more efficient than the former closet pantry. One of our favorite details – these oversized brass and white pulls against the same soft blue as the breakfast and island cabinetry. Looking from the kitchen past the breakfast nook, a brand new mudroom cabinetry wall. Formerly a water heater closet and overstuffed hall closet, all of that drywall nonsense was removed (and tankless water heater installed in the adjacent garage) to make way for more delicious closed storage. Floor to ceiling cabinets for coats, shoes, backpacks, and all manner of things. In between, a small bench for putting on shoes, and the sweetest mirror and lighting combo you ever did see. Since it was to be visible from the living room, it had to be lovely and purposeful. We debated painting it an accent color, but ultimately opted for continuity to achieve our “colorful but calm” goal and clad it in the same soft blue. Spinning around, the living room is now open to the kitchen thanks to the removal of the old wall and build in hutch. To give this space a bit of extra charm without over-taxing our budget, we added simple moulding to the walls for interest, along with a pair of sconces. This trim out created the perfect spot for a more impactful art print, our Camellia, made to feel delicate in the most precious gold bamboo frame. A new simple ceiling fan was added (because Texas) that wouldn’t steal focus in this room. At the back of the living room, a new wall of windows with sliding door brings in more natural light and is a more inviting connection to the extended patio outside. The TV was flipped from the old orientation to this wall, so it could be seen from the kitchen and breakfast, and create better flow in this room. Nearby, the Powder Bath got a refresh: a new coat of paint, counters, plumbing fixtures, grasscloth wallpaper, and (of course) sweet light fixtures that mimic the kitchen island floral fixture. To squeeze in the sconces we swapped for a skinnier mirror with gold detail. Does the tour have you parched? Let’s stop for a drink. This little hidden gem is tucked away under the stairwell. The only original feature that remains is the gold bamboo hardware. We added new soft blue cabinetry (and walls), a show stopping marble and brass backsplash, lucite shelves, and a brass sink and faucet. Our last stop is the dining room. This space before had a small opening to the kitchen. We enlarged it for a better connection between those two spaces. White wall paneling and soft blue walls (a different blue this time!) are the backdrop to the show stopping features on the ceiling…that blue and white abstract floral wallpaper, offset with (of all things) an orange chandelier! Definitely not an expected move, but one that completely reflects our clients personality and love of color. And what a better place for one of our favorites, the Flower Shop print, larger than life and enough to carry the room. We also picked up those colors in the fabric we used to reupholster the chairs, keeping our bright yet calming color story alive and well in each little detail. And with that room, we turn back towards the kitchen and complete our tour! We hope you enjoyed this fun and unexpected colorful tour!

  • shop this style: mid-mod wall art

    Post contains affiliate links. Let's talk about a style that seems to re-sweep the nation over and over again: mid-century modern. Walnuts, curved but clean lines, corners, bold colors, funky shapes and jewel tone accents. It's one of those styles that can pull everything together. Mid-mod has the cool factor; the messy bun look; the "I just woke up like this" in a believable and fun way! On Instagram today, we shared a reel showing how you can put together a mood board for a home office based on the mid century modern style. We incorporated some art that we think is absolutely essential to add in the room. These days, your office, or really the wall behind your desk, is a very important part of your work life balance. It is your zoom background. It is the first thing that you see when you walk in and it can change your mood. Nobody feels motivated by empty walls and uninspiring interiors. So here is our shop this style: Mid-Century Modern edition! On our website, we have a whole page dedicated to different art that fits into the mid-century modern style. It's a great place to shop for a gallery wall because we selected everything to fit together. We hope you feel inspired to refresh your space. It's going to look great! GET THE LOOK 1. studio desk Lamp 2. Pebbles 1 & Pebbles 2 3. fake plant 4. walnut desk 5. gemstone book end 6. bust candle holders 7. mustard swivel chair 8. 1935 9. Rocks 10. area rug As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Some of these links are affiliate links which means if you click the link to purchase something on this page, it won't cost you more but we may receive a commission for sharing this with you. Which is neat, because I was going to share it with you anyway! You can view our full disclosure policyhere.

  • 5 prints to make your home more festive for the holidays

    Post contains affiliate links. The halls have been decked at the Lenney House! Christmas decorating is my jam, you guys. We do it for ourselves, and we do it for one or two of our design clients every year as well. People are always looking for decorating tips and inspiration at the holidays. My number 1 tip is always the same: lean into the colors and design style that your home has the other 11 months of the year, rather than trying to totally change your home at the holidays. My ride-or-die color palette is pink, mustard, white, and warm wood and the style of my home is a blend of modern and vintage. So rather than trying to fully makeover my house to be classic red and green and traditional, my favorite colors and style become the base and then I weave the other more classic Christmas colors in with them. Ornaments and decorative Santa shaped doo-dads are the gimmes, but one often overlooked way to infuse Christmas into your home is by layering in or swapping out art! Here are some pieces we added in for Christmas, and a few others that stay up all year long that I tailor the Christmas decorations around. Come take a look around to see how we infused Christmas into our home, and be sure to scroll all the way down for a FREEBIE and to get the look in your home, should this vintage modern vibe strike your fancy. First up, in the powder room, I already have Mother Mary up so I added some bottle brush trees to drive home the birth of Jesus vibe. By far, the easiest swap to make is changing up the art in the Samsung Frame TV. We added O'Christmas Tree to our Frame TV; it makes a great focal point in the living room. And because one set of pink trees isn't enough, I added the trio of trees framed individually to my office. Over to the entryway and a BIG statement piece! You have probably seen our crown jewel: Magnolia; up on the blog, the 'gram, and anywhere else we can put it. WE LOVE IT! Since it has that moody, winter feel, that became our foundation. I added a small nativity scene and our advent calendar to make the area subtly Christmas but still so dreamy! Bottlebrush trees are my love language. I'm really driving home the vintage modern Christmas vibe by adding more bottle brush trees over this vintage pieces of furniture. We have this beautiful vintage secretary that Prickly Pear sits on top of year round. Adding the rainbow bottle brush trees pulled out the pink, yellow, and green tones from the painting and made the space feel so Christmassy! Last but by no means least, I swapped out a different framed art piece in my kitchen for one of my personal favorites: Son of a Nutcracker. It gets a good laugh every time. Thanks to Buddy the Elf for that inspiration. The moral of the story is to work with what you've got! Add a few new inexpensive art prints in with your existing décor, and then layer Christmas on top of the pieces you already have and love. That's the best thing about Christmas decorating - you can do just a touch, or go full Clark Griswold. You get to decide! Merry Christmas! A FREE GIFT FOR YOU: Download our Holiday Gift Tags to spruce up your wrapping and add a little cheer under your tree! GET THE LOOK Advent calendar Santa mugs Bottle brush trees Flocked Christmas Tree (similar) Prickly Pear O Christmas Trees digital art Vintage Shiny Brite ornaments Mother Mary framed art Throw (similar) Son of a Nutcracker Garland (similar) Plaid pillow White and black stripe pillow Red and white pom pom pillow Magnolia Blush Ribbon As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Some of these links are affiliate links which means if you click the link to purchase something on this page, it won't cost you more but we may receive a commission for sharing this with you. Which is neat, because I was going to share it with you anyway! You can view our full disclosure policy here.

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  • Faq | Humble Abode & Co.

    How will I receive my digital art? After checkout you will see a link on the confirmation page, as well as receiving a link to the digital files in your inbox. Check your spam folder if you haven’t seen it come through. Your email will come with a Zip file with several ratio options, meaning the image will not need to be cropped when you print at the following sizes: 4:5 - 8x10, 11x14, 16x20 2:3 - 12x18, 16x24, 20x30, 24x36 16:9 - sized for the Samsung Frame TV (horizontal orientation images only) All our files are 50MB or less so that most print shops will be able to take them. We have test printed all our files up to 24x36 inches. Your email link will be active for 30 days. Can I order a physical print? At this time we are only offering digital files. Where are good places to print my artwork? Low cost ($10-40): Costco, Walgreens, Vista Print, and your home printer Higher quality ($30-$100): FedEx Kinkos, Staples, Mpix, shutterfly, Local Printers Local to Dallas: Gill Reprographics, Canyon Creek Art Where are good places to purchase frames? Low cost: IKEA, Michael's, Hobby Lobby, Amazon. Don't forget vintage frames! Estate sales and your attic are great places to repurpose old frames. Higher quality: West Elm, PotteryBarn, Local Framing Shops Do you accept returns? For digital downloads, all sales are final. Due the nature of digital downloads there is no way to return the file once it's been emailed to you. If you have specific questions about an item we highly recommend contacting us before you purchase. If there is an error on our part (for example, you receive the wrong file) then please do let us know and we will of course make that right! You can view our full return policy here. Do you accept international orders? Digital prints are available to purchase and download anywhere in the world. FAQs

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    @humbleabodeandco Hi, we're Humble Abode CAN WE SHOW YOU AROUND? Scotia Project Design A colorful and calming art story free laundry art printable Your laundry room walls deserve some love, too. How to size and hang your Art choosing the right size, placing, and hanging your art Adding art to your Frame TV a step by step guide to adding digital art to your TV Our fav hanging supplies what's always inside our install bag SHOP BLOG SHOP BY STYLE EASY ART HANGING GUIDE JOIN OUR NEWSLETTER INTERIOR DESIGN SERVICES FREE GIFT TAG PRINTABLES

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