So to start off this month’s post, let’s briefly look at the subtle differences between two different categories of art. This will enable two things: a) for us to be on the same “page” when it comes to discussing artworks on paper (Please, PLEASE forgive the awful puns in this post!) and (b) for you to impress all your friends with your insightful knowledge of the art world.
It’s Tobi TV Wednesday again, and today we’re sharing the next in a series of videos created by interior designer Tobi Fairley, in which she uses the home design featured in our June issue to offer advice on how to use her techniques in your own home. This video is all about how to make the best–and most beautiful–use of your kitchen space.
In a kitchen, you don’t need a ton of space to make it work for you. In fact, I like to design smaller kitchens to really test my ability to create a fabulous, functional space. Let’s look at the great kitchen of one of my favorite clients for a few tips
In my last post, I wrote about scale and everything was big, big, BIG! And I got to thinking. What about all the little guys???
Wow. To say that we are fortunate to call illustrator Hannah Alexander a member of the At Home in Arkansas blog team would be an understatement. Hannah illustrated her little heart out for you this month! Here, her marvelous interpretation of a series of rooms featured in Lonny magazine–all tied together by the color green.
Get to know Hannah better and check out her adorable blog, Sundry Mumsy!
This month’s illustration is a quick rendering of my favorite use of green that I came across in Lonny magazine. I love the green curtains in contrast with the dark walls and muted browns. I think that green curtains are so unexpected in this room, and I love the use of unexpected.
*all images from Lonny
Illustration by Hannah Alexander