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The Best of H&M Home

The Best of H&M Home How was your weekend? I hope your week is off to a good start! Since we’ve been traveling a lot this month, I’ve had plenty of time to surf the web (does that phrase make me sound old?) and save lots of decor, inspiration, and interior related things. I hadn’t been on the H&M site in a long time and it has been almost a year since I last shared a Best of H&M Home post, so I figured we were due. The have a lot of beautiful neutrals and classic items right now that are certainly worthy of sharing! I’ve also noticed the styling in their imagery is getting more creative and artistic, so all of the images throughout this post are pulled from their site. Click through to see what I’m liking & saving this month- hope you enjoy!  Continue Reading

10 Painting Tips for Cutting In - roomfortuesday.com
diy projects

10 Painting Tips for Cutting In

After sharing my balcony column project, I was surprised how many messages I received about not using painters tape, drop cloth, or protective plastic. I never use painters tape and am not a very messy painter. I’m confident, can…

Tuesday Made New Arrivals - roomfortuesday.com
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Tuesday Made New Arrivals

Since returning from vacation, the majority of my work hours have been spent at our Tuesday Made office. It has been a busy month at the shop and things are bustling! I feel very lucky to have a job…

Office Renovation Update (Drywall) - roomfortuesday.com
interiors & styling

Office Renovation Update (Drywall)

The last office renovation update I shared was in May, so I figured it was time for a progress report! I’ve got good and bad news in regards to my home office project, and I’m also thrilled to share…

Design Discussion : Natural vs. Engineered - roomfortuesday.com
interiors & styling

Design Discussion : Natural vs. Engineered

It has been a few months since I’ve shared a Design Discussion post (the contervisal topic of taxidermy) and I wanted to chat about a subject I get a lot of questions and comments about: natural materials versus engineered products.…