Here is my collection of free wall art printables for your home. These look great in sets or on their own! Excuse the poor photoshop job above but it can help give you an idea of how to layout a gallery wall in your kitchen using these printables. Each file is scaled for an 8 by 10″ size but can be printed larger or smaller to fit your needs. Let me know if you have questions or requests! Click each image to go to download page.
Lately I’ve been thinking about revamping my wardrobe. Yeah, wouldn’t that be nice, if only I had the money. So for now they are just thoughts, but I’ve been thinking about trying to buy pieces that are easy to mix and match. Basically as I expand my wardrobe I want every new piece to either be a neutral color or army green or blush. Both army green and blush are colors that I think go with a lot and will easily mix with neutrals to create more of a minimalist wardrobe. My goal is to be able to reach into my closet and grab any combination of clothes and have it match, just like that. That being said if I find an article of clothing that I just have to have that isn’t in my color scheme I’m probably going to buy it, but I’ll give it more thought than I would have before. Now, minimizing my color options could make for a pretty boring closet, but I think with the proper mix of patterns and textures you can make an outfit more intriguing. To show you what I’m envisioning I’ve put together a collection of some of my favorite outfits I’ve seen on Carly Cristman. Although my style is much more relaxed and casual Carly inspires me to play with accessories, patterns, and textures to create visual interest. When I think minimalist wardrobe, I think Carly. You can find her blog here.