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  • combining styles with saguaro: south western + mid century modern

    Post contains affiliate links. We have been a lot talking about mid-century modern on the blog this month! And we are not stopping now. But what do you do when maybe your personal style doesn't align with one specific genre. In this case, mid century modern was the overall decor of the home; but, in the guest room we added South Western touch through Saguaro. The couple being from California and moving to Texas was totally represented in the mid century modern preferences and a touch of South Western here made it feel true to them. Saguaro was styled into the guest bedroom of a really cool and fun design process that happened virtually throughout covid. You can read that on Tara Lenney Design's website. The bright orange and green really make a beautiful statement while tying the room together. A guest bedroom is an oasis of sorts for your family or friends who are in town visiting for a weekend or the holidays. You want it to be cozy but not too cozy. Giving them the hospitality they want without over staying their welcome, you know what I mean?! It's like a mini hotel room in your home. So, when the styling of this room began; we knew we needed art that brought warmth and happy feelings to the space. Saguaro was just that. With the midcentury gold accents and beautiful walnut tones in the sideboard and side tables, the orange background and green cactus really pulled the hues together. We threw an ombre knit throw blanket over the cozy bed and the room felt complete. Choosing wall art can be tricky but if you know what style you are looking for you; you can always head to our Shop this Style page and match a piece to the room you are styling. Maybe mix and match from multiple styles so it accurately represents you! GET THE LOOK stacked terra cotta planter Saguaro shower curtain ribbed scone lumbar pillow candle rattan chair big bend valley print green pillow knit throw in terracotta 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.

  • 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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  • Artists | Humble Abode & Co.

    MEET THE ARTISTS Tara Lenney Kelly is the artist behind her namesake brand and signature watercolor style. Each design begins with a hand-painted idea, brought to life with Ventura’s fresh eye for color, gestural brushwork and unique lens. Inspired by the unexpected beauty and wildness found in nature, Ventura shares her view in an imaginative and uninhibited way, as her playful and energetic marks dance across the paper. Steven Lenney Kelly is the artist behind her namesake brand and signature watercolor style. Each design begins with a hand-painted idea, brought to life with Ventura’s fresh eye for color, gestural brushwork and unique lens. Inspired by the unexpected beauty and wildness found in nature, Ventura shares her view in an imaginative and uninhibited way, as her playful and energetic marks dance across the paper. Parker White Kelly is the artist behind her namesake brand and signature watercolor style. Each design begins with a hand-painted idea, brought to life with Ventura’s fresh eye for color, gestural brushwork and unique lens. Inspired by the unexpected beauty and wildness found in nature, Ventura shares her view in an imaginative and uninhibited way, as her playful and energetic marks dance across the paper. Mark Robertson Kelly is the artist behind her namesake brand and signature watercolor style. Each design begins with a hand-painted idea, brought to life with Ventura’s fresh eye for color, gestural brushwork and unique lens. Inspired by the unexpected beauty and wildness found in nature, Ventura shares her view in an imaginative and uninhibited way, as her playful and energetic marks dance across the paper. Bertha Williams ​ Kelly is the artist behind her namesake brand and signature watercolor style. Each design begins with a hand-painted idea, brought to life with Ventura’s fresh eye for color, gestural brushwork and unique lens. Inspired by the unexpected beauty and wildness found in nature, Ventura shares her view in an imaginative and uninhibited way, as her playful and energetic marks dance across the paper. Henry Lenney Kelly is the artist behind her namesake brand and signature watercolor style. Each design begins with a hand-painted idea, brought to life with Ventura’s fresh eye for color, gestural brushwork and unique lens. Inspired by the unexpected beauty and wildness found in nature, Ventura shares her view in an imaginative and uninhibited way, as her playful and energetic marks dance across the paper.

  • Curated Wall Art | Humble Abode by TLD

    SOON! Coming SOON! SOON! Curated wall art. Hassle free framing. Humble Abode.

  • Curated Wall Art | Humble Abode by TLD

    dark + moody SHOP MAGNOLIA Wall art can be hard. Let us make it easy. Finding art that you love can be tricky enough, but then what goes with what? How will it fit in my room? And don't even get us started on what a hassle framing can be. ​ We can help with all of that. ​ From digital prints you can download and print yourself, to bundles of curated art guaranteed to work together in your space, and frames pre-selected to compliment each piece that ship right to your door, we can take the guesswork out of wall art. ​ Wall art made easy. ​ Browse the shop, find some things that strike your fancy, and download our Artwork Guide to get all the insider info on size, spacing, framing, and more! ​ Oh , and we do t-shirts too. Because everyone loves tees. It's universal. Clad your walls, clad your bod. Shop New Arrivals New Arrival Quick View magnolia Price From $125.00 New Arrival Quick View magnolia Price $15.00 Quick View 1935 Price $15.00 Quick View Painted Ladies Price From $125.00 New Arrival Quick View magnolia Price From $125.00 New Arrival Quick View magnolia Price $15.00 Quick View 1935 Price $15.00 Quick View Painted Ladies Price From $125.00 Shop All Digital Shop All Framed

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