What caught my eye – favorites from the past month

I am excited as crafts and spring ideas have been catching my eye in the past month. The days are longer. It is slowly warming up.  I think it is perfect walking weather. So let me know what you think of the following!!

Domino  has a lovely home tour. I am always drawn in by brick inside a house.

Fitting a Family of Four into 750 Square Feet, Design*Sponge

This caught my eye as the the apartment   is 750 square feet and I think looks incredible.

Check this out Prudent Penny Pincher takes us to the Dollar Store for some neat Easter craft ideas.

The above kitchen post title was “the most beautiful kitchen on Instagram”. So seriously that caught my eye. What do you think?

As someone who always has a couple of journal on the go I thought this was a neat idea to separate sections.  Check it out at Recycled crafts.

Head over to Buzz Feed and check out 22 ways to organize a tiny space.

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You can always start now!

 

8 thoughts on “What caught my eye – favorites from the past month

  1. Unbound Roots says:

    First, I love brick too! I love it on the inside of houses, outside of houses, and anywhere else a wall can be made of it.

    Second, I like the above kitchen, but it’s not my favorite. Too narrow for me, I’m not a fan of dark cabinets, and it looks out over an apartment building. I’d prefer something different.

    Last, great advice to end the post on. 🙂

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      • Unbound Roots says:

        Ha! Yes, pink carpet would have to go for me too. But light is so very important – you are spot on with that. Some of my favorite homes are the old cottage-type homes that are surrounded by cute windows. A lot to clean, but it would be worth it. 🙂

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