We spend a lot of time indoors, in our air-conditioned cozy cubicles, or amidst a mass of plumped pillows. Let’s change up the surfaces of these four walls with some character and change our scenery to something that contains a bit of who we are and what we believe in.
Rooms to Inspire by the Sea by Annie Kelly / by Rizzoli New York; Photo by Tim Street-Porter
Children’s room / by INVIEW Interior Design
I am a passionate believer in post-it notes. No matter how many virtual apps can replace the note taking frenzy, I still rely heavily on the neon and pastel colored sticky two inch squares as an outlet for my wild and bizarre thoughts or endless lists. Jotting nearly an illegible scrawl of the moment’s contemplations and slap them in an almost organized fashioned around my desk and workspace. It’s my chance to get some writing on the wall, and the bright orange (the post-it note colored pad my mind is working through right now) labels are a constant reminder to me, like a thread tied around the finger. But having only ten digits, I too soon would run out of tangible aides for memory prompting. And so, I use Post-it notes.
by Phillips Collection; Photo Credit: Extreme Makeover: Home Design