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Etsy Spotlight: Wise Apple Vintage

Etsy Spotlight: Wise Apple Vintage

If you’re new to Dream Green DIY, then you might not know that this is more than just a one-woman show. Nikki McIntosh, the founder of Wise Apple Vintage, has been helping me with marketing for about two years now, and I can’t even fathom what work life was like before she joined me here at DGD. She helps every day to make sure you guys see new posts (and old posts, too) by scheduling things to Facebook, posting to Twitter, and making sure the blog’s Pinterest feed is also full of fun content that we think you’ll love.

Nikki is a great help with administrative things around these parts, but she’s also an incredible advocate and support system for me as an entrepreneur. I always smile when I see an email from her pop up in my inbox because she has such a bright, happy personality that’s infectious.

And the Etsy shop she founded and runs when she’s not working on DGD tasks is much the same way—light, colorful, and full of the types of treasures that all you fellow mid-century-modern-lovers out there will appreciate. In fact, Nikki and I first connected over our love for retro home décor and accents, and I still get a thrill taking a digital wander through the Wise Apple Vintage shop each week. Keep scrolling to see what’s currently on my wish list.

Favorites from Wise Apple Vintage

1. Mid Century Nymølle Denmark Coffee Pot

2. Mid Century Paisley Pedestal Mug

3. Vintage Handwoven Wall Hanging

4. Vintage Danish Modern Carved Wood Salad Servers

5. Vintage Cathrineholm Black and White Enamel Lotus Pot

6. Vintage Virginia Metalcrafters Dogwood Blossom Brass Clip

7. Vintage Geometric Spice Jars from Czechoslovakia

8. Vintage AK Kaiser Bisque Vase

I honestly want to add all eight of those pieces to my cart right this second, but I’ve got to make sure I leave some goodies for you guys, too. Did you know that DGD Tribe newsletter subscribers get an exclusive discount to Nikki’s shop? Sign up here so you can get the coupon code the next time I send out a newsletter (HINT: it goes out next Wednesday).

What’s your favorite piece from that list above? Let me know in the comments, then hop over to Etsy here and give the Wise Apple Vintage shop some love!

Etsy Spotlight: Wise Apple Vintage

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Weekend Inspiration: No. 48

Weekend Inspiration: No. 48

Who else is ready for spring? I was looking back through old photos the other day, and happened to stumble upon these that I took last season with my friend, Bethany. Suffice to say, my reaction to them was instantaneous. I just can’t wait for fresh flowers, green leaves on the trees, and short-sleeve T-shirts to reemerge. What’s your favorite season?

While I may be looking ahead to warmer days to come, I still managed to pick up a whole bunch of creative inspiration looking backward across the week we just had. An Instagram bug that wreaked havoc on my feed actually inspired a bit of housekeeping over in that space, and I’m now following a bunch of new people. If you’re active on Instagram, I encourage you to refresh your following list because you never know what kinds of new ideas it’ll lead to. Evidence below of a few things I picked up on thanks to my own new and improved feed.

Weekend Inspiration: No. 48

1. Studio DIY isn’t a new-to-me feed (I’ve been following along with Kelly for years) but her bathroom renovation reveal is definitely worth mentioning at the top of today’s list. That green tile is so good!

2. Again, this isn’t a new follow for me, but I’m still very into the multiple ways Studio McGee styled out the rooms in this new-build home.

3. I spotted someone wearing these pants on Instagram earlier this week, and now wonder if I could pull them off…

4. Not even thirty seconds after typing the line above this one, I got an email from Madewell saying that you can take an extra 30% off sale items, so now I’m contemplating this, too.

5. Here’s a new account I just started following this week that I can’t get enough of. The DIY wall treatment she finished in her hallway is absolutely mind-blowing.

6. I’m not really a big fan of Instagram ads, but one earlier this week did end up leading me over to World Market because they’re having a big sale through February 18. I ordered this in gray!

Weekend Inspiration: No. 48

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Weekend Inspiration: No. 47

Weekend Inspiration: No. 47

Happy Friday! I’m busy, busy behind the scenes wrapping up a big furniture painting project, so I’m going to keep today’s post on the shorter side, but that just means I’ll have word-heavy things to share here on the blog soon. The story should be going live in just a couple of weeks if all goes well, and I think (at least I hope) that you’re going to love the big reveal.

It is such a pleasure getting to stretch my creative muscles again with another furniture makeover project—I need to do these more often! Would you like to see fresh “Before/After” furniture posts on DGD in 2019? At any rate, keep scrolling in case you’re looking to stretch your own creative muscles this weekend.

Weekend Inspiration: No. 47

1. Here’s a cool furniture makeover story that proves distressed wood can find a place in any modern home.

2. These DIY interior window shutters are such a nice upgrade from the dated folding panels a lot of older homes come with. They seem pretty straightforward to make, too.

3. You guys know I’m all about natural soy candles right now, so this tutorial for a Hidden Crystal Candle caught my eye.

4. Here’s a throwback DGD post about making over a mid-century dresser. Consider it a hint for what’s to come later on this month…

5. I still can’t believe that this handy DIY Rainbow Hook Organizer Rack was made using a $3 supply from Target. Which option would you display in your home—the plain wooden one, or the colorful version?

6. In honor of Valentine’s Day coming up, I partnered with Oriental Trading to put together a cool and colorful DIY Colorblock Date Night Ideas Board. Click that link to learn how to make it.

7. Speaking of Valentine’s Day, I’ve got a new entertaining post scheduled bright and early for Monday morning. This is another big project that has me excited right now, and I hope it motivates you to plan something extra special for the holiday next week. Stay tuned!

Weekend Inspiration: No. 47

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12 Bold Patterned Throw Pillows

12 Bold Patterned Throw Pillows

There are a few things I’ve learned about throw pillows over the years, number one being that they’re almost always more expensive than you think they’ll be! The other thing I’ve picked up on, though, is that you can make your investment go much farther by curating a collection that’s color-coordinated and cohesive.

Of course, the same concept goes for practically any type of decorative accent you bring into your home, but if you focus on purchasing pillows that match each other and feel intentionally collected, then you can move them from room to room and never run out of combinations to try.

One of my favorite ways to update or refresh a space is to mix up the pillows I have out in the room. For example, I’ll pull the pillows I have on our guest room bed and put them on the living room couch (and vice versa) to give both rooms a mini makeover without spending a penny. Keep scrolling for links to a dozen throw pillows I’d love to work into our current rotation.

12 Bold Patterned Throw Pillows

1. Chickamauga Lumbar Pillow

2. Doerun Pillow Cover

3. 18″ Dream Pillow

4. Multi Bubble Geo Lumbar Throw Pillow

5. Dorado Handwoven Pillow

6. Diamond Throw Pillow

7. Crewel Geo Ripple Pillow Cover

8. Triangle Lattice Pillow

9. Sky Blue Throw Pillow

10. Jase Geometric Throw Pillow

11. Vintage Floral Outdoor Pillow

12. Kuba Cloth Pillow

Here’s a bonus trick for you: buy pillow covers instead! That way you can store the covers flat when not in use, and just unzip the old ones from the pillow forms when you’re ready to change things up. This is a game changer for my storage since I’m not trying to stuff a bunch of thick, fluffy pillows into a closet. Instead, I’m able to fold the covers away flat and place them lightly into the drawers of our linen dresser. Got a pillow tip of your own to share? Do tell below.

12 Bold Patterned Throw Pillows

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Weekend Inspiration: No. 46

Weekend Inspiration: No. 46

Happy Friday! What do you have in mind for the weekend? Are you planning to watch the Super Bowl? My favorite team is the Saints, so I’m kind of thinking about boycotting the whole thing. We’ll see, though. Other than that, I’m planning to work ahead this Saturday and Sunday on a couple of furniture painting projects that I can’t wait to share with you. As always, follow along on Instagram for sneak peeks!

One quick housekeeping note before I launch into today’s link roundup. I’ll be temporarily transitioning to a different posting schedule starting next week in order to get a few big projects underway behind the scenes. I’ll be publishing new content here on the blog every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. This will allow me to alternately post more frequently on social media (where I tend to enjoy more direct interaction with those of you in the DGD community!), and will give me extra time to pour myself into projects that I want to make extra special for all of you as we head into spring.

In the meantime, here’s that list of links I promised to inspire your own projects as you head into the weekend.

Weekend Inspiration: No. 46

1. If I do end up watching the Super Bowl, this is the appetizer I plan to make for our little impromptu at-home viewing party.

2. Please join me in showing my friend and fellow blogger Jeran, of Oleander + Palm, a little extra love this weekend! She has been struggling with the comparison game, which makes me so sad because her work is stunning. She deserves a fresh wave of positivity this next week (and beyond), so let’s send some her way, shall we?!

3. Ever since completing my first-ever macrame wall hanging late last year, I’ve wanted to try again with a different type of knotted accent. I think this DIY macrame plant hanger is the perfect project to try next.

4. Speaking of wall hangings, how cool is this wooden one via Paper & Stitch?

5. I picked up this terrazo-inspired candle the other day for a Valentine’s Day photoshoot, and am smitten with the pattern on the jar. I definitely plan to keep it for storing little odds and ends after I use up the candle.

6. This weekend might just be the perfect time to work on your next decluttering project! Which room, drawer, or closet will you tackle first?

7. For some reason, this airy rattan chair is making me feel so wistful for hotter months to come. Is it summertime yet?!

Weekend Inspiration: No. 46

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Beat Workday Blues With 5 Stress Relief Tips

Beat Workday Blues With 5 Stress Relief Tips

Earlier this year during a particularly crummy workday I decided to hop on Instagram and ask you guys for your tips on beating the blues. How do you go about turning a bad day around? What are your go-to stress relief tips? Within minutes I was flooded with so many helpful ideas, and after trying a few out one hour later, I felt like a brand new woman.

In case you’ve been battling a bad mood at work (or at home!) lately, I thought it worthwhile to share a few of the most-suggested de-stressing ideas that were sent along to me on social media. And, of course, I’d love to continue the conversation in the comments, so feel free to offer your own ideas if I don’t happen to cover it in the list below.

Beat Workday Blues With 5 Stress Relief Tips

1. Drink Something Warm

Whether it’s coffee or your favorite herb tea with honey, treat yourself to a hot drink. Holding and sipping something warm will almost always do wonders for lifting your mood, especially this time of year when it’s still freezing outside. If your body can’t handle a late afternoon jolt of caffeine, you could try brewing a decaf cup of joe, or split a caffeinated drink with a friend or co-worker so you don’t get hit with quite as much of an energy boost before you have to start decompressing for the evening.

Beat Workday Blues With 5 Stress Relief Tips

Beat Workday Blues With 5 Stress Relief Tips

Beat Workday Blues With 5 Stress Relief Tips

2. Take A Nighttime Timeout

Even though you can’t necessarily do this during your workday, I’m of the opinion that a nighttime timeout is essential for curing a bad mood—even one that started hours earlier in the day. Now that it’s winter, that usually means for me a nice long soak in the tub with a glass of wine. During the warmer months, I like to step out onto our porch after dark by myself and just sit with my thoughts. I’m an introverted person, so sometimes I really need to have some good old fashioned peace and quiet to break out of a bad workday mood.

Beat Workday Blues With 5 Stress Relief Tips

Beat Workday Blues With 5 Stress Relief Tips

Beat Workday Blues With 5 Stress Relief Tips

3. Read A Book

Many of my own personal workday blues stem from feeling overwhelmed by mounting deadlines and to-dos that I really have no control over. Those types of things take a big toll on my stress level, so when my mind starts racing I often force myself to step away from the computer to lose myself in a good book. Even if I only have time for a speedy 20- or 30-minute read, the activity still has a way of making me forget about anything that’s bringing me down. It also allows me to get back to my to-do list with a much more balanced, chilled-out attitude.

Beat Workday Blues With 5 Stress Relief Tips

4. Take A Walk Outside

I know exercising is good for me and that it’s a pretty popular way for most people to de-stress, but I really hate it. I loathe it, in fact, and walking is my absolute least favorite way to exercise. Trust me…I’m annoyed at myself for typing such a whiney statement, but I figured I’d just be honest! That said, when things get really, really bad and I can’t think of anything else to do, a solo walk around the neighborhood with our dog always fixes my mood. It might be a last resort for me, but I know, without a doubt, that this works. Just try to understand that I’ll be going through tips 1-3 before I resort to walking (wink, wink)!

Beat Workday Blues With 5 Stress Relief Tips

Beat Workday Blues With 5 Stress Relief Tips

5. Just Breathe

Everybody seems to swear by meditation these days, and I’m sure it’s for a good reason. Learning to train your brain to let go of negative thoughts (or thinking in general if you get that good!) is such a powerful skill, and one that I’ve been meaning to work toward for a while now. Have you tried it? Do you use a guided method? I’d love to hear your meditation tips and tricks in the comments if you’re willing to share.

Beat Workday Blues With 5 Stress Relief Tips

A couple of other stress relief tips that were sent back to me on Instagram? Try starting a new creative project, listen to classical music, burn a sweet-smelling candle at your desk, give yourself a mini hand massage, drink a glass of your favorite indulgent wine once you’re home, and some of you even suggested resorting to a good cry! I don’t mind sharing that I’ve definitely done all of those things in the hopes of turning a rotten workday around, and that each solved at least some of my problems. Do you have other ideas that I didn’t share above? Do tell below!

Beat Workday Blues With 5 Stress Relief Tips

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Valentine’s Day Gift Guide: Under $20

Valentine's Day Gift Guide: Under $20

Does anyone else feel like today is January 356th? This month has felt immeasurably long for some reason (maybe I’m just mourning Christmas), but we’re finally about to start a brand new month in just a couple days time. Are you as ready for February as I am?

One of the best parts about this second month of the year, of course, is Valentine’s Day! John and I rarely make a big deal about the holiday, but it’s still nice to have something festive and sweet to look forward to after a busy start to the new year. Keep scrolling for a roundup of Valentine’s Day themed gifts to consider in case you’re shopping for the “Galentines” in your life—or, better yet, send a link to this post over to your honey so he or she can shop for you from the collection of goodies!

Valentine’s Day Gifts Under $20

1. Pair of Mugs ($11.99)

2. Violet + Vanilla Candle ($14)

3. Hello Love Warm Blush Art Print ($16)

4. Floral Satin Kimono ($16.69)

5. Love Knot Bangle Bracelet ($9.28)

6. Je Na Sais Quoi Journal ($18)

7. Gourmet Cooking for One or Two ($14.57)

8. Heart-Shaped Coconut Dish with Spoon ($10.99)

9. Macrame Heart-Shaped Square Throw Pillow ($19.99)

10. The Astrology of You and Me ($16.50)

11. Bath Salts With Dried Flowers ($5.99)

12. Monochrome Tassel Drop Earrings ($12.99)

What caught your eye from the list above? I personally would love to unwrap that pretty bracelet or heart-shaped pillow come February 14. Oh, and don’t worry if you’re more of a “no gifts” Valentine’s Day participant because I’ve got plans to share a super low-key dinner-for-two type of post next week that should give you lots of lovey dovey inspiration for celebrating at home on a budget.

Valentine's Day Gift Guide: Under $20

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A Pair Of How-To Pottery Books To Check Out

A Pair Of How-To Pottery Books To Check Out

There’s no way around it: I’m a certifiable, 100 percent, school-loving, honor-student-type nerd. Whether we’re talking about high school or college, I was always in the front row with a stack of color-coordinated spiral-bound notebooks at the ready for the day’s lecture. I preferred writing my notes in pen ink, so I even kept a tube of Wite-Out within easy reach because I couldn’t just cross or scribble out a misspelling! Oh, no…Those notes looked like perfectly typed pages, complete with highlighted headings and immaculate bullet lists.

I know I shouldn’t be admitting all of this, but being in a classroom just made me feel so pumped up! Of course, I had off days and times when I didn’t feel like being there, but for the most part, I loved every minute of my schooling years. So much so that I miss it, and wonder about going back to take some ceramics classes now that I’m one year into pottery and feel like it’s something I really want to do for a living.

In the meantime, I’ve been dabbling in a little casual research of my own here at home using a couple of new books as my guides. I wanted to have something on hand that I could flip through whenever I wasn’t physically working with clay at the studio, and the two books I review below fit that bill to a T. Keep scrolling if you’re even a little curious to know more about pottery and what it takes to bring this type of creative art to life.

A Pair Of How-To Pottery Books To Check Out

Amazing Glaze: Techniques, Recipes, Finishing, and Firing, by Gabriel Kline

One thing I definitely underestimated when I first started taking pottery classes was just how much goes into the glazing side of things. At our particular local studio, the makeup of the 6-week beginner wheel-throwing class is four classes making pieces on the wheel, one class for trimming and finishing work, and the sixth and final class is spent doing nothing but glazing.

The first glazing day I experienced was totally overwhelming to me as a beginner because it’s just as intricate as learning how to throw on the wheel itself. I ended up taking a full 6-week class later on just for glazing, and that opened my eyes even wider to how much variety there is in glazing techniques.

A Pair Of How-To Pottery Books To Check Out

Anyway, my point is that glazing is something that I really respect. I haven’t even come close to scratching the surface (pun unintended) of this part of the pottery-making process, so I was really glad to come across this Amazing Glaze book. The very first line of the introduction calls out the fact that opening a kiln is like witnessing magic, and I couldn’t help but smile when I read that. It’s so true!

The trickiest thing about glaze (at least for me) is the fact that the color you paint, brush, or dip onto any piece of pottery is likely to come out of the kiln looking completely different after firing. For example, black glaze first looks red, white looks gray, and even bright blue has a faintly grayish green tinge to it before it’s fired. I still have so much trouble visualizing the final product as I’m working on glazing, but this book really helped put things into perspective.

A Pair Of How-To Pottery Books To Check Out

A Pair Of How-To Pottery Books To Check Out

Amazing Glaze teaches you how to handle small pieces, delicate designs, how to pour and dip properly, and also how to mix up your own colors. There are sections for troubleshooting, and, of course, tons of photos to show you how it all might turn out if you follow the instructions to the letter. There were multiple times when I wanted to rip a page out to keep handy at the studio! I couldn’t recommend it more if you’d like to learn how to get from Point A to Point B with your glazing work.

Oh, and don’t worry if you’re not quite as into formal learning as I am. This book is really simple to follow along with. Despite all the important information it shares, Amazing Glaze still feel very conversational in tone, which makes it a quick, easy read. Nothing like those stuffy old textbooks you might still have nightmares about!

A Pair Of How-To Pottery Books To Check Out

Handbuilt, A Potter’s Guide, by Melissa Weiss

As you probably know by this point, I started out learning how to throw on a wheel—in other words, spinning a ball of clay on a wheel to create a functional form. Hand-building, on the other hand, is an entirely different process (i.e. shaping clay with your hands instead of a wheel), which is why my wheel-throwing instructors rarely even bring it up in class. To learn how to handbuild, you either need to take a class specific to those techniques, or you could do what I did and kick things off by reading Handbuilt, A Potter’s Guide.

I can tell you right now, this book completely changed the way I look at clay. I learned how to turn a ball of clay into a fully functioning cup using nothing but a few hand tools, how to make my own platter from a slab, and also how to dig and process my own clay. I still haven’t done all that much physically with hand-building, but I honestly feel like I could do it on my own having now read this book from cover to cover.

A Pair Of How-To Pottery Books To Check Out

A Pair Of How-To Pottery Books To Check Out

Melissa Weiss, the author of Handbuilt, actually works just one state away from us here in Virginia (she’s based in Asheville, North Carolina), which makes her feel really accessible in some ways. Her writing style and the way she explains different hand-building techniques in her book, though, is what really makes her feel so approachable and easy-going.

As a visual learner, I loved how she took me through each process with step-by-step photos and numbered actions. Suffice it to say that this book is about to get completely covered with clay fingerprints—I plan on bringing it to the studio for in-person experimenting now that I’ve photographed it for today’s post.

A Pair Of How-To Pottery Books To Check Out

I know not everyone who reads this blog is a professional potter or even a clay hobbyist, but ever since I started sharing more about the process here and on social media, I’ve been inundated with messages from people who want to know more about ceramics.

Today’s post is dedicated to all of you and anyone else who has asked for more details. Pottery is such a cool craft, and I really am making it my mission to encourage as many people as possible to seek out a class (or a how-to book like the ones I mentioned today!) if they’ve ever given it a passing thought. Let me know if you’d recommend any other pottery books in the comments blow.

A Pair Of How-To Pottery Books To Check Out

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Weekend Inspiration: No. 45

Weekend Inspiration: No. 45

Happy Friday! And what a happy day it is because the main thing on my to-do list for the workday is to head to the thrift store in search of a new-to-me piece of furniture to make over! I think 2019 might just be the year of before and after transformations because you guys seem to especially love them, and of course I love working on them, too, so that’s exactly what I intend to do.

Today, I’ll be looking for a ratty nightstand or side table that’s just screaming for new paint and hardware. Keep an eye on Instagram because I plan to take you along for the ride as I look for the perfect piece! In the meantime, here are a few links to other before/after transformations that have me feeling extra inspired.

Weekend Inspiration: No. 45

1. This secondhand chair refresh project is proof that paint has the power to update just about anything.

2. My IKEA hacked side table from the beginning of the year is absolutely what inspired this entire new mindset of mine. What should I “hack” from IKEA next?

3. Speaking of everyone’s favorite Swedish super store, how about this clever DIY book bin idea?! I love the hairpin leg detail.

4. The One Room Challenge event always promises magical before/after transformations, and this living room redesign via Brepurposed packs major wow factor.

5. Here’s a before and after post that’s all about how to transform your look with Valentine’s Day-inspired makeup!

6. In case you’d like to see one of my favorite room makeovers of all time, this might just be it.

7. One last project for you? Check out how this blogger totally disguised her old tile floor with paint and a stencil. The difference is incredible!

Weekend Inspiration: No. 45

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Etsy Shop Spotlight: Cord x Clay

Etsy Shop Spotlight: Cord x Clay

I’m not sure why—maybe it’s the fact that we’re still just a few weeks into 2019—but this morning feels like a really good time to kick off a brand new series. The topic? Small business shops on Etsy! It probably has a little something to do with the fact that I launched my own shop just last year, but I feel this really strong urge to spotlight the makers, artists, and curators who make their living on Etsy.

First up I wanted to swing the light over to cord x clay. I honestly don’t remember how I stumbled upon this shop in the first place, but I sure am glad that I did. It’s packed with gorgeous handmade goodies for your kitchen, your closet, and even your walls. Keep scrolling to see a few of the pieces that caught my eye from the cord x clay shop.

Favorites From Cord x Clay

1. Woven Tapestry Hanging

2. Handmade Ceramic Spoon

3. Mini Speckled Ceramic Dishes

4. Speckled Ceramic Planter

5. Speckled Ceramic Dish

6. Wrapped Multicolor Tassel Fringe Earrings

7. Long Tapestry Fiber Necklace

8. White Porcelain Ceramic Vase

Elisa and Evelyn have a style that fits right in with our aesthetic here at home—neutral, organic, and the perfect blend of casual elegance. Take a second look at that White Porcelain Ceramic Vase to see what I mean. You could toss a couple flower stems in it for every day, or display it by itself on a shelf as art—either way, it’s something I could see us having in our collection for years and years.

What’s your favorite piece from that list above? Let me know in the comments, then hop over to Etsy here and give the cord x clay shop some love!

Etsy Shop Spotlight: Cord x Clay

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