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A Minimalist Modern Master Bedroom Mood Board

Resources: Lamp, Sconce, Platform Bed, Nightstand, Dresser, Basket 1, Basket 2, Plant 1, Plant 2, Blanket, Pouf, Rug, Landscape Art, Floor Mirror, Chair, Pillow 1, Pillow 2Canisters,

Like many of you, before and after room makeovers are my absolute favorite things to see online and in shelter magazines. So when my friend Bethany mentioned that she and her husband, Aaron, were looking to transform their bedroom, I practically leapt at the chance to help out.

In a matter of minutes, she and I had parked ourselves at a table in their coffee shop, and we spend the next hour discussing options and her vision for the space. The funny thing was that Bethany’s main inspiration image came from Almost Makes Perfect. Molly is a blogger pal of mine, so the fact that Bethany had zeroed in on her space felt like it was just meant to be.

A Modern Master Bedroom Mood Board

Before you read on, do yourself a big ole favor and click over to Almost Makes Perfect here to see Molly’s stunning master retreat. Doing so will give you a better idea of what Bethany is hoping to achieve in her own bedroom makeover.

As you can see pictured above and below, Bethany and Aaron’s bedroom is currently a hodgepodge of pieces that they’d love to refresh. While the two of them work behind the scenes to repaint the room a soft white and rip up the old carpet to reveal existing hardwoods underneath, I pulled together a mood board filled with items to complement a more modern, minimalist space. Neutral colors accented by exciting textiles keep the room feeling multi-layered and inviting, while rich wood grains ground the collection of pieces.

I’m really so thrilled to help Bethany and Aaron bring their dream bedroom to life, and hope to have updates to share very soon. What do you think? Does this type of modern-meets-miniamlist vibe pique your interest, too? Did I leave out any essentials? If so, shout them out in the comments below.

A Modern Master Bedroom Mood Board

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Embracing Imperfection In This "Picture-Perfect" Age | dreamgreendiy.com + @SHOPBRIKA

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the fact that things like this blog, magazines, and even Instagram feeds have fooled us all into thinking that our homes and everyday routines have to be perfectly styled and pristine. Enough is enough already! It’s time to let go of the notion that life has to look constantly picture-perfect.

Now, of course, I’m 100 percent fully aware that my saying that is a little hypocritical since the concept of “pretty” is my philosophy with just about everything (okay, really, everything) I share here on the blog, but that’s only because I’m sure you guys don’t want to actually look at laundry piled on the floor or crumpled potato chip bags lying on the coffee table. Believe me. It’s all there behind the scenes.

Embracing Imperfection In This "Picture-Perfect" Age | dreamgreendiy.com + @SHOPBRIKA

I recently ordered this Calm book from The School of Life and BRIKA and have been doing my best to really be intentional about the sense of peace I welcome into my life on a day to day basis. I don’t want to fixate on the placement of pillows on our living room couch until they’re just so, and I wish that I didn’t always feel so dejected over how dark our window-less hallway looks.

Although my type A personality will probably always push me towards perfection no matter how many “self help” type books I read, I want to try harder to see the beauty in common moments. I want to be able to see those crooked pillows and smile as I remember lounging there with a good book earlier in the day. I want to be able to walk down our hallway and cherish every footstep because our house (from the windowless sections to the bright spots) is truly our dream home.

Embracing Imperfection In This "Picture-Perfect" Age | dreamgreendiy.com + @SHOPBRIKA

Anyway, I just wanted to challenge all of you to think about letting go of pressure to make your homes and lives as picture-perfect as mainstream media has led you to believe they need to be. Life is anything but perfect. The beauty is really in those goofy, crooked, candid, messy moments when you completely forget about the way something looks and revel in just how it feels.

I hope you take today, this season, or even the entire year to refocus your energy on embracing imperfection and appreciating a pretty image rather than taking it as your own personal challenge to follow suit. After all, life sure is beautiful—unmade bed, dirty dishes, bare feet, and all.

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Everything You Need For Your Bar Cart | dreamgreendiy.com

Truthfully, I took ages to catch on to the idea of drinking. I didn’t drink in high school, and only picked it up in college when I was well into my Junior year. I’m pretty sure that my “first” drink on my twenty-first birthday was probably something like my twelfth, which is saying something since most 21-year-olds tally their previous drinks in the dozens to hundreds.

I started off with fruity mixed cocktails (basically anything that tasted nothing like booze), and then moved my way into wine only just a couple of years ago. Nowadays, the latter is pretty much all I enjoy when I’m feeling festive, so our bar cabinet truthfully isn’t the most-used piece of furniture that we own, which is why we recently traded our bulky bar cart out for a smaller bar cabinet to house our specialty glasses and John’s small whiskey collection.

Since I have a feeling that we’re probably in the minority and that your bar cart sees more action thanks to entertaining and favorite cocktail recipes, I wanted to curate a small roundup of mixology essentials—everything from ice buckets and tongs, to glasses and serving pieces. Peruse the list below, and feel free to call me out in the comments if you see anything missing.

  1. Orb Sapphire Blue Glass Ice Bucket ($49.95)
  2. Moscow Mule Copper Mug ($19.95)
  3. Orb Wood Muddler ($9.95)
  4. Orb Copper Shaker ($24.95)
  5. Beck Tray ($49.95)
  6. Corbin Decanter ($29.95)
  7. Carter Springed Strainer ($9.95)
  8. Carter Bar Tool Set ($29.95)
  9. Set of 4 Acacia Coasters ($19.95)
  10. Orb Copper Jigger ($9.95)
  11. Carter Ice Tongs ($9.95)
  12. Set of 8 Viv Martini Glasses ($39.60)

So what are your all-time favorite drinks? Do you have a go-to springtime wine that you love to stock up on this time of year? I’m still acquiring that elusive wine taste and choosing what I love and what I don’t, so your seasonal recommendations are more than welcome. Cheers!

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Everything You Need For Your Office Desktop | dreamgreendiy.com

Okay, so first a confession: I’m still not 100 percent happy with the design of my home office. I don’t really know why it has taken me so long and so many failed attempts, but I just don’t feel like it’s “there,” if that makes sense. This is supposed to be the most inspiring space in our home, and so far, it just feels blah.

While I did genuinely like the direction of my first office design, it never really felt like it suited the era of our mid-century home, especially after dramatically shifting design gears at the beginning of 2017. The new furniture was a little too, well…new, and the storage was there, but I had waaaaaaay too much stuff. I’ve since sold my desk and replaced it was a vintage beauty that I can’t wait to show you, plus I’ve donated most of the excess clutter and styling supplies to charity in an effort to have just what I love surrounding me in this space.

As I work slowly but surely behind the scenes to perfect the design of my office, I wanted to share a mini roundup of desktop accessories to help you along with your own work space makeover. These 12 goodies will put both of us well on our ways to the office oasis of our dreams.

  1. Circular Succulent Pot ($15.99)
  2. Wooden LED Digital Alarm Clock ($17.69)
  3. USB Headphone Stand Holder ($34.99)
  4. Desktop Letter Sorter ($9.99)
  5. ban.do “I Don’t Work Here” Notebook ($12)
  6. Rose Gold Tape Dispenser ($19.99)
  7. Storage Caddy ($30)
  8. Swing Arm Desk Lamp ($36.99)
  9. Wood Business Card Case Holder ($14.99)
  10. Magnetic Paper Clip Holder ($48)
  11. Loose Leaf Tea Infuser Strainer Cup ($9.95)
  12. Aluminum Mouse Pad ($29.99)

So, what do you think? Do these accents hit the mark for you, too? I’m particularly besotted with that Aluminum Mouse Pad since the cloth one I have now just never seems to stay clean (darn coffee stains). The idea of a crisp, clean, solid surface mouse pad is music to my productivity-starved ears. Leave your own top pick from the list above down in the comments below!

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10 Urban Outfitters Home Photos To Inspire You

Have you been bitten by the bug to make over your home now that it’s officially spring? I know I have, and, so far, no room, closet, or cabinet is safe from my need to redecorate and reorganize. I’ve taken loads and loads to consignment stores and charity, and have even begun the process of making over the ugly duckling in our home that no one ever sees: the downstairs bathroom.

Since my budget is next to null because of tax season (yay.), I’m turning to places like Pinterest, my favorite DIY blogs, and even home catalogs to gather inspiration. My hope is that a lot of the projects I have on my list can be done using things we already own, and so far, that’s been the case.

Lately, I’ve been especially inspired by Urban Outfitters home photos. The brand, of course, has no idea that I’m writing this post and it’s not sponsored in any way, but I still wanted to share a big armload of images to help inspire a few of our collective spring refresh projects. Scroll on for all the DIY details and ideas!

10 Urban Outfitters Home Photos To Inspire You

Audio-Technica X UO AT-LP60 Bluetooth Vinyl Record Player: One of our favorite things to do together as a couple is listen to music. Whether it’s on a record player, our bluetooth speaker, or even just on our phones, music is something that never fails to bring us together and inspire conversation. This cool setup—decked out with speakers and cool art—has me feeling like it’s time to finally put effort into decorating around the vintage turntable my in-laws recently gave us.

10 Urban Outfitters Home Photos To Inspire You

Eloisa Carved Wood Platform BedLike much of the world, I’ve fallen hard for bohemian style decor, so this platform bed instantly caught my eye. I love the textured cut outs, and the fact that it looks cool, even with the linens unmade. Try the look out in your own home by layering lots of coordinating textiles and plants around your existing bed frame.

10 Urban Outfitters Home Photos To Inspire You

Rohini Daybed Cushion: Lately, I’ve been trying to carve out at least a couple of minutes to just lay around on the floor of our home. I know that sounds a little crazy, but it seemed like every time I broke away from my computer to run to the kitchen for refreshments, I would spot all four of our fur babies sprawled out on the living room carpet soaking up the sun from our floor-to-ceiling front windows. The other day, I decided to see what all the fuss was about, and it was glorious. Picture pure quiet, broken only by birds singing right outside our windows, and warm sun spilling over my face. A pile of floor cushions like these is pretty much the only way I could make these lazy moments any better.

10 Urban Outfitters Home Photos To Inspire You

Ulla Bandana Printed Rug: If you had looked at our rug collection even just a couple of years ago, you would have seen bold patterns, multi-colored designs, and high impact prints. Nowadays though, I’m finding that neutral rugs are more my style since they allow the rest of our decor to be the star players. Not surprisingly, this simple gray, fringed rug is at the top of my wish list for that very reason.

10 Urban Outfitters Home Photos To Inspire You

Hello Sayang For DENY Eye Blush Tapestry: Did anyone else think, “I could totally make that!” upon sight of this retro-inspired eye-print tapestry? Grab yourself a clean white sheet, some tie-dye ink, and black fabric paint, because that’s pretty much all you need to recreate this drapey wall art.

10 Urban Outfitters Home Photos To Inspire You

Hanna Drop Cloth Floor Pillow: See my little anecdote a few photos up to understand why I decided to add these floor pillows to my list of design-inspiring images! They practically beg for lazy afternoon lounging, and can be easily recreated with a few Euro size inserts and pillow covers from home goods stores like Target or Bed Bath & Beyond. Or, if you want to get the look for free, just toss a pile of pillows that you already have on the floor near a window, and layer stacks of books to make the lounge area feel extra intentional.

10 Urban Outfitters Home Photos To Inspire You

Joni Net Window Curtain: If you love the look of canopy beds, but don’t have the budget to splurge on one for yourself, then this is another great Urban Outfitters home photo to pull DIY decor inspiration from! Just hang a few sheer curtain panels around your mattress using plain rods (or, better still, some cheap white hooks), and you’re done—without breaking the bank.

10 Urban Outfitters Home Photos To Inspire You

Little Korboose Nevada Canvas Wall Art: Truly, no offense to the artist, but you really only need basic drawing skills to recreate this (beautiful!) hand-sketched linear print. Grab a sheet of nice drawing paper, a black Sharpie, wood frame, and you’re good to go. If you want to DIY that textured pillow, too, my pal Molly shares the perfect tutorial for a DIY Modern Pom Pom Pillow on Almost Makes Perfect here.

10 Urban Outfitters Home Photos To Inspire You

Luca Woven Rug: Here’s another monochromatic rug that proves you don’t need to go all out with your floor coverings in order to make a statement. Those cool edgy lines still pack punch, but they don’t keep you from seeing the real stars of the room—things like the fabulous round coffee table and gorgeous wood frame sofa. It’s all about balance, and this room hits all the high notes.

Are you feeling more inspired now to tackle those refreshing spring to-do’s on your list? Leave your own decor ideas and seasonal solutions in the comments below! Oh, and as always my promise to you is that the affiliate links featured in this post spotlight items that I use and love myself.
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Everything You Need For A Casual Brunch Date Out | dreamgreendiy.com

One of my very, very favorite weekend activities (possibly the favorite activity) is brunch. Sadly, John isn’t too keen on brunch type fare, so I’m left waiting for my mom or sister to visit before I can hit my go-to brunch spots on a sunny Sunday morning.

Actually, now that we’re on the topic, I’d like to put a plea out to our little Virginian town: PLEASE MAKE MORE BRUNCH OPTIONS! Waynesboro is decidedly lacking in restaurants with good brunch menus, and no one serves a classic eggs Benedict, which is my top choice for a late Sunday breakfast. If you’re in the proximity of our part of the state, my recommendations (all of which are quite a trek from Waynesboro proper) are Fardowners in Crozet, and Fellini’s and The Whiskey Jar, both of which are in Charlottesville.

Since most of you are from far away, chances are good that your town is kind enough to offer plenty of places to indulge your need for brunch come Sunday morning. If that’s the case, then this below is my dream of the perfect brunch-date-out outfit.

  1. Sunwashed Garment-Dyed V-Neck T-Shirt ($14.95)
  2. Fest Aviator Sunglasses ($55)
  3. Adidas® Unisex Superstar Lace-Up Sneakers ($80)
  4. Artista Cape Scarf ($44.50)
  5. Sapphire Wash Slim Boyfriend Jeans ($54.50)
  6. Leather Braided Tassel Belt ($29.50)
  7. No-show Socks ($10)
  8. Golden Faceted Stud Earring ($9.99)
  9. Bobble Hair Tie ($12.50)
  10. Denim Jacket ($51)
  11. Chevron Crystal Pendant Necklace ($18)
  12. Shoulder Strap Tote ($68.50)

Since we’re still in the midst of that awkward transitional weather between the last lingering whiffs of winter and the first scents of spring, layers are key. An oversized Cape Scarf can be warn on slightly balmy mornings, whereas a classic Denim Jacket will keep the extra chill away just in case.

What do you think? Would you be down to enjoy brunch in this get-up? And let me know in the comments if you like seeing outfit posts here on Dream Green DIY. I never was much into fashion before working for Glitter Guide, but my stylish teammates (and cool features like this one and this one) have me rethinking my aversion to clothes shopping and styling. Let me know if you’d like to see more of these types of roundups because they’re surprisingly fun to curate!

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Everything You Need To Fill Your Pro Camera Bag | dreamgreendiy.com

While I still don’t know any proper camera jargon, I feel like I do generally know how to use one. I might not understand what all those numbers inside the view finder mean, but my fingers know exactly how to adjust the manual settings to get the right type of image without even having to think about it. It’s all just second nature after six years of learning as I go, and even though I’m entirely self-taught (and have a lot more to learn), I feel like my camera bag is finally feeling more professionally equipped.

Most of the items I’ve linked to below are already part of my everyday camera bag collection (with the exception of that 35mm lens that I’m still saving up for…). It’s admittedly a major investment, so I encourage you to make your purchases one at a time as budget allows. It has taken me the full six years to build this collection, and I’ve had to learn to be patient as I scrimped and saved before making each and every order.

  1. Canon EOS 5D Mark III 22.3 MP Full Frame CMOS with 1080p Full-HD Video Mode Digital SLR Camera ($2,499)
  2. Tiffen 72mm UV Protection Filter ($14.68)
  3. Evecase Large Canvas Messenger SLR/DSLR Camera Bag ($49.99)
  4. Canon EF 50mm f/1.2 L USM Lens ($1,299)
  5. Canon Battery Pack LP-E6N ($64)
  6. Collapsible Multi-Disc Light Reflector with Bag ($17.99)
  7. MeFOTO Aluminum Roadtrip Travel Tripod/Monopod Kit ($199)
  8. Heavy Duty Muslin Clamps ($7.98)
  9. Canon EF 35mm f/1.4L USM Wide Angle Lens ($1,049.99)
  10. Canon EW-78C Lens Hood ($34)
  11. Canon LC-E6 Battery Charger ($61.30)
  12. SanDisk Extreme PRO 128GB CompactFlash Memory Card ($138.95)

Although I’m gung-ho about recommending that you make these types of camera bag purchases slowly, I will say this: if you think you’re going to eventually go with a full frame (as opposed to cropped sensor) camera, save up for that first. Don’t do what I did and start with cheaper camera bodies to “make do.”

I started with a Canon EOS Rebel T5, and then upgraded to a used $600 Canon EOS 7D. It wasn’t long at all before I felt like I needed to spring for the big investment, and I bought the Canon EOS 5D Mark III that I now use everyday. I probably lost at least a couple hundred dollars in the long run, and regret not splurging on the full frame camera from the get-go. See an example of a post I shot with my Canon EOS Rebel T5 here, an example using my Canon EOS 7D here, and one shot with my Canon EOS 5D Mark III here in case you want to compare the visual results.

So, if you want the type of photos that you see pros cranking out, do yourself a favor and buy a top dollar camera body! Although you’ll probably have to eat nothing but Ramen for a few months after the fact, it’s worth it in the long run. Did I miss any essentials in my roundup above (like a remote!)? Let me know in the comments below!

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Everything You Need To Make Your Bed This Season | dreamgreendiy.com

Ever since deciding to rededicate my schedule to an extra early start, I’ve noticed that I subsequently tend to hit the sheets at night a lot earlier than I used to. As in, I sometimes get in bed before 9:00 pm! Honestly, I’ve never been a late-to-bed type of person, so admitting to such an early bedtime doesn’t embarrass me one bit.

In the past, I would often stay up just an hour or two extra to watch a movie or an extra episode on Netflix, but I don’t really miss that extra screen time now that I’m trying to get more sleep. God knows I log more than enough screen time during the day on my phone and computer, so the sacrifice isn’t all that hard.

At any rate, I’ve been so appreciative of our luxurious bed and linens these past few weeks as I work on adjusting my body to an earlier sleep schedule. Crawling into cozy linen sheets and surrounding myself with plush down bedding makes the process of physically falling asleep much faster, so I wanted to share a dozen of the pieces that could up the ante in your own bed collection below.

  1. Ascott Sham ($60)
  2. Smotherman King Upholstered Platform Bed ($309.99)
  3. Parocela 2 Drawer Nightstand ($192.99)
  4. Breakfast Pillow ($39.99)
  5. Harlow 20.75″ Table Lamp ($179.99)
  6. ‘Home Collection’ Hypoallergenic Pillow ($32.90)
  7. Down Alternative Comforter ($159)
  8. Brushed Stripe Throw ($59)
  9. Ocala Duvet Cover Set ($61.99)
  10. ‘Home’ Room & Linen Spray ($56)
  11. Greer Accent Pillow ($79.99)
  12. Ascott 200 Thread Count Flat Sheet ($110)

We actually already have and enjoy most of the items on this list, and I’m happy to report that they’re all well worth the investment. Ever since turning 30, I’ve been so focused on only bringing the best of the best into our home, and that includes bedding. Sure, high quality bedding is a bit pricey, but if you properly care for these types of items, they could last a decade or more.

Are you ready to splurge on nice bedding this season? I’ve personally got my eye on that Brushed Stripe Throw. See more items like these in the Dream Green DIY Shop here!

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Everything You Need For Your Spring Footwear Collection | dreamgreendiy.com

I don’t know about your state, but we’ve experienced lots of spring-like temperatures (and freak thunderstorms, too) here in Virginia, which is making me feel like we’ve jumped head-first into the next season before it has even officially started. I’m kind of okay with it though, seeing as spring is practically my favorite time of year.

Like most people at the turn of the seasons, I’m taking a long, hard look at my closet in anticipation of the weather shift. Truth be told, I’m not very good at clothes shopping for myself, and shoe shopping is one of those tasks that I do only grudgingly. The result is that my shoe collection is—to put it lightly—ancient and grubby. I tend to choose a shoe and stick with just that single pair all season long, and you can tell.

It was the moment this past weekend that I pulled out my trusty pair of (old and dusty) Birkenstocks that I realized it was time to invest in a collection of new spring shoes. So, I’ve spent the morning pulling together a dozen options that will complete my warm-weather footwear in one fell swoop. Which of these 12 catches your eye?

  1. J.Crew, Canvas Espadrille Wedges ($82.50)
  2. TOMS, Speckled Classic Slip-On ($35.37)
  3. Adidas, ‘Stan Smith’ Sneaker ($74.95)
  4. BP., Sophie Lace-Up Flat ($59.95)
  5. Birkenstock, ‘Arizona’ Soft Footbed Sandal ($134.95)
  6. Hunter, Original High Gloss Boot ($150)
  7. J.Crew, Crisscross Ankle-Strap Sandals ($41.50)
  8. J.Crew, Morgan Woven Peep-Toe D’Orsay Flats ($62.50)
  9. J.Crew, Olive Suede Pumps ($79.99)
  10. J.Crew, Cora Suede Tassel Loafers ($49)
  11. J.Crew, Perforated Loafers ($62.50)
  12. Vans, Classic Slip-On Sneaker ($59.95)

Oh, and while I have you, I just wanted to say a heartfelt THANK YOU for the advice, suggestions, and kind words of support you all shared following Friday’s post. Dealing with my travel anxiety feels more manageable knowing that I’m not alone, plus I feel far more prepared to face the effects now that I have so many tips to try out. I just wanted to reiterate how much I appreciate all of the sweet comments and messages. You all are priceless to me! Thank you!

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Everything You Need For Your Coffee Station | dreamgreendiy.com

As a 2-person family that enjoys two—sometimes four—cups of coffee every single morning, a small section of our kitchen has inevitably turned into a coffee station.

We have two different kinds of coffee makers set up (a Keurig that we use everyday, and a Nespresso machine that we use when occasional cravings arises), plus canisters for coffee-filled K-cups and sugar. We even have supplies for a French press and a regular programmable coffeemaker that we keep stowed under the cabinet for when we feel like going “old school.”

Case in point, if you’re thinking of setting up your own coffee or tea station at home, this collection of a dozen accessories below should have you outfitted in no time.

  1. Koffee Kult Dark Roast Coffee Beans ($24.69)
  2. Silicone Paper Towel Holder ($34.99)
  3. 12-Cup Programmable Coffeemaker ($54.17)
  4. Osaka Titanium Coated Pour Over Cone Dripper ($19.99)
  5. Glass Reusable Coffee Cup ($25.24)
  6. Milk Container ($10.71)
  7. Linen and Cotton Dish Cloth ($21)
  8. Smeg 1.7-Liter Kettle ($127.35)
  9. Coffee and Tea French Press ($34.99)
  10. Coffee Bar Coffee Grinder ($16.81)
  11. Mug Stack, Set of 4 ($56.90)
  12. Sweeper and Funnel (it somehow already sold out but here’s a pretty alternative!)

I’ve personally got my eye on that gold Pour Over Cone Dripper and the sweeper and funnel—I don’t mind admitting that I tend to get more coffee grounds on the counter and kitchen floor than into the filter. Did I miss anything you would have included? Link it up in the comments below!

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