Happy Wednesday and welcome to the series If My Blog Was A Room... where I pose the challenge to think of your blog as an actual space. What would that space look like? I am so excited to have Stacy here from her design blog Conspicuous Style. Her blog has amazing design inspirations with a tour of her gorgeous home- I have already bookmarked some of her beautiful design ideas for our home! Here is her great blog header:
And here is what she came up with! Take it away, Stacy!
Thank you so much, Amber, for having me. It is a real honor and I am thrilled to be here.
My blog is different from my house. I see it as a place to dream, and dream big. As a lifelong believer that more is generally more, I tend to post about rooms that I may never have (because they are too expensive, not child friendly, don't fit in with the rest of my house, etc.) However, I do think that my blog is a reflection of me... my feelings, thoughts, desires, and things that I truly love. So, if my blog was a room, it would be a room filled with mirrors, and might look something like this:
And a touch of modern...maybe even more modern than I would do in real life, like black ceilings:
It would also have some big contrast, like ghost chairs and rustic stone walls, because what I'm inclined to write about can change a lot from day to day:
There would most definitely be a crystal chandelier, as my obsession with them has been renewed:
An last, but certainly not least, it would have to have dark stained floors, as I post almost weekly about how much I dislike my orange wood floors and want to change them to brown. Actually, I was thinking that it would be difficult to fit all of my thoughts into one image, but this one is a close summary, with its dark floors, aged mirrors, modern wallpaper and crystal chandelier -- throw in a stone wall and it would be perfect:
Thanks so much for being here, Stacy! I love the elegance of these rooms, with their gorgeous mirrors, stunning chandeliers and dark wood floors! I also love to add a bit of rustic to the mix, for added interest. Thanks for the amazing eye candy! To see more beautiful images and great DIY projects, stop by Stacy's blog- you'll be so happy you did.