It was a year full of beauty and growth for Marie Flanigan Interiors, and we are grateful to everyone who has been a part of our journey.
Cheers to '13!
May it bring elegance, light, and joy to your lives.
|The perfect example of using a bright color throughout a space to create the greatest impact!|
|A gorgeous and graphic use of emerald green in a rug from one of our favorite vendors, Madison Lily.|
|These gorgeous dining chairs create quite a statement when paired with a super unique chandelier (Atlantis Home)|
|Verandah gets it right again! |
A neutral palette of warm greys, creamy whites, zinc and stone combine perfectly with
bold emerald green drapery, creating a truly stunning place to dine.
|Charm Home Design|
|This beautiful all-white tree has pops of chartreuse creating a subtle but sparkly theme. (The Enchanted Home)|
|Loving Veranda's tree casually decorated with Tiffany Blue. Keeping holiday decor festive but not overdone is everyone's biggest challenge! (Veranda Magazine)|
|Incorporate your natural surroundings into your holiday decor whenever possible. This coastal home gets into the spirit with the unique use of starfish! (Coastal Living)|
|We absolutely love this minimalist boxwood wreath in lieu of the traditional pine. A classic gets modernized! See one just like it on the MFI office doorstep. (Source Unknown)|
|Wreaths done right indoors! Better Homes and Gardens keeps it simple with a fun and glittery ribbon accent.|
|We all know Martha can do no wrong! When paired with coordinating topiary and garland, the elegant moss wreath adds the perfect contrast to this home's all-white doorstep. Learn how to make it here: Cushion Moss Wreath|
|It's fairly inexpensive, brings natural elements into your home decor and can serve as the perfect accent to your most distinctive entertaining spaces. (Southern Accents)|
|Greige Design highlights this stunning kitchen with the use of a very clean garland. It keeps the space looking fresh and effortless.|
|Magnolia leaves introduce the unexpected in this bannister garland featured by At Home in Arkansas. How lovely and unique!|
|Pine cones fill this garland, making it perfect for the earthy and textural space. Just another reminder to head outside and accent your decor. No pine cones? Try leaves, flowers, berries or feathers commonly found in your area. (Veranda Magazine)|
|Better Homes and Gardens offers up some great ideas!|
|Last but not at all least, don't forget your furry little friends this holiday season! Make sure to keep them festive and warm :)|