I was thrilled that we had so many requests to host a flower arranging workshop this year. I jumped at the opportunity to share my love of fresh flowers with everyone again. So today, I am sharing all the highlights from this event with you.Read More
I am so excited to share one of my favorite workshops we do here at Abigail Amira with you. There is just something about sticking fresh flowers inside a locally grown pumpkin vase that makes my heart happy.Read More
As we are coming up to our 1 year anniversary (insert happy dance), I am beginning to be a little bit nostalgic. So I thought it would be fun to look back at our past workshops. Today, I will be sharing our very first workshop which just so happens to be my favorite! Here are the highlights from our Flower Arranging Workshop.Read More
Today I am sharing 5 easy updates to refresh your kitchen for the summer. I like to keep decor pretty simple and carefree, especially during the spring and summer. These changes will give you great style without a lot of fuss, plus they won't break the bank.
My latest obsession is wide mouth vases with green leafs or fresh flower spilling over its edges. You can use these vases anywhere in your home but my favorite places to use them is on a kitchen island or near the sink.
Get the look with our "Thomas Vase" here.
My other obsession is vintage/flat woven rugs. They instantly brighten up any space and I love using them in kitchens like in this stunning design by Studio McGee. Do you spy the wide mouth jar here too?
Get the look of this rug here.
I love statement wallpaper but for some, wallpaper can be scary or maybe you rent your home and can't make big changes. A great way to get that statement pattern into your home without the big commitment is roman shades or drapery in a statement fabric.
Get the look of this shade here.
I am loving textured dishes and serve ware and this set from West Elm does not disappoint! These dishes can take your dinner from plain and boring to beautiful and elegant.
Get these dishes here.
Cutting boards are the perfect mix of form and function. They come in all kinds of shapes and finishes to suit every decor style and I dont see them going out of style. I like to use wood boards, leaning them against the back splash to create layers. Pair them with pretty salt & pepper shakers and crocks full of wood utensils for a easy style.
Get this set here.
You can add all these ideas together to create a Pinterest-worthy kitchen in your own home. Want to get these looks in your home now? Check out the links below!
Introducing our new "Thomas Vase" now available at Abigail Amira. Click the link below or go to "shop" in the menu.
Urban Outfitters Hana Kilim Printed Rug
I want it!
Loom Decor's Flat Roman Shade Udaya-Coal
West Elm's Textured Dinnerware Set - White
FOOD52's Rounded Edge Teak Cutting Boards (Set of 3)