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$10 Design Questions

Wow, I can’t believe how fast this week went by!! I have been so busy the last few weeks but I finally found a few minutes to sit down at my desk. I wanted to share my newest addition to my site and that’s the $10 Design Questions. I started the $10 Design Questions for […] Read more…

The Easy Way to Create Flow Throughout Your Home

One thing clients always ask me is how to create flow throughout their home? They seem to think that furniture, style, colours and wood tone needs to match and I am here to tell you no it does not! This would be boring! Some of the most beautiful home have a blend of wood tones, style, furniture and […] Read more…

Design Trends to Watch For in 2016

Hight Point Market is the largest furnishings trade show in the world. I was unable to attend the most recent Spring Show 2015 but thanks to HPMK on Twitter  and HPMKT on Instagram I was able to get a glimps of what was new and exciting. Here are a few trends that caught my eye and that I can’t wait to […] Read more…

Boxing Day Sale 15% Off Hearts & Bloom Home Decor

It’s boxing week! Take 15% off till Sunday with coupon code BOXINGDAY2014 Original artwork or hand painted pillow covers. If you would like some help making your home a place you love, contact me to book an  In-Home or Online Consultation. If you enjoyed this post and want to learn more, consider signing up for FREE email updates!   XO Read more…

One of My Favorite Local Artist – April Lacheur

British Columbia and especially Vancouver Island is home to so many wonderful and talented local artists, which is not surprising since we live in such a beautiful place. There is such an array of different styles and mediums to choose from. We have wonderful local galleries in Victoria so if your on the market for […] Read more…

What Height Should I Hang My Artwork?

I love receiving emails from readers with their decorating and design questions. I had a email from a reader the other day asking what the best height was to hang her artwork? {click image for source} A typical rule is to hang artwork at eye level.  But what if your house has someone that is 7 feet […] Read more…