A world filled with plants,
forgotten items with new purpose,
and the way too frequent dog gush.
Expect a lot of beer themed decor + creativity,
my partner, Joesph is a homebrewer, so this holds a special place in our home. We channel this theme throughout our space, from bottles and growlers, to art and beer can planters, we even have a “Brewery Room,” with art, homebrewing equipment, and of course a tap pouring the seasonal loft beer, and our current local brew.
Plants, plants and lots of plants, greenery everywhere.
My motto: cover the walls with ivy.
If I had my way, we’d live in an urban jungle,
if you ask my mother she would say that I do.
Follow along as I hang a billion shelves around my home,
make a side table out of a suitcase I found on my corner,
and everything else in between.
Also, there’s Wally. He’s my sidekick.
I will gush over him regularly.
My favorite thing to decorate with is bottles and cans. We’re beer enthusiasts, but I’m personally a design nerd so I geek out over beer label designs and strive to collect my favorites for decor.
Some vintage and thrifted, but most of our collection comes from breweries we’ve toured and frequently, and a variety of bottle shops. I’ll often try a beer for the sake of my shelves, sometimes it ends up being a favorite (piece and brew).
A fun hack for beer cans is turning them into planters, and it’s no secret I’m a sucker for a succulent. I’ll post a DIY for beer can planters soon + update this post!
I once heard a friend say, “I have shopping carts all over the internet,” and isn’t that true for most of us?
I’m linking some of my favorite finds below to add to those carts and upgrade your space.
I’ll start with linking the grid wall piece I have scattered in my photos. I’ve been seeking one of these out for a year or more now + jumped on this find and couldn’t be happier.
Shouting out my love to independent artists
They add that fine tuning to my art collection, like this awesome little piece I picked up while traveling to New Orleans from local artist Typfy
Of course Philadelphia has no shortage of it’s own talent,
A couple favorites adorn my walls, like this piece from Nero, and below that an artist and poet whose alias is Bursera Grave
Finding gems in unexpected (and hella cheap) places… like Five and Below
This blanket is a beauty layered against my yellow chair.
and this rug, which isn’t listed on their site but is in stores for while in abundance, here’s something similar + adorable (puppy not included)
This deserves an honorable mention because I’m JUMPING for joy for Shiner’s summer seasonal release. I can’t get enough of this stuff, so much so that we have a piece of one of (many) last year’s boxes framed on my gallery wall. Achieve this look by cutting out cool designed beer boxes/six pack cases and framing them, super easy, or you could do yourself a favor and try this beer (or don’t, more for me)
Follow along with this series for the sake of feeding those carts.