I’ve been blogging for over 10 years and in that time, I’ve been lucky enough to make some truly lovely friends with fellow content creators. There are so many talented people in this space! So today, I wanted to share a few blogger-owned shops that have recently launched — trust me, you’re going to love them. Whether you’re shopping for gift ideas or the perfect vintage piece to style your home, each of these 3 boutiques is truly special.
Disclosure: For this post I received gifted product from Grandeur Hardware. All opinions are my own and always will be! Thanks for supporting content that keeps Jojotastic going.
The last time we chatted about door hardware, it was exclusively about the gorgeous porcelain knobs we installed in the cabin from Grandeur Hardware. You know me, I’m always one to eschew a more traditional route and instead change things up. So while I was selecting our hardware, I chose a totally different collection for our external door hardware. The combination of interior hardware and exterior hardware is complementary, but not the same… cousins instead of siblings! So today, I wanted to walk you through my design process and thinking + share tips on how to mix and match door hardware with confidence… and show off a bit more of our still very much in progress bedroom renovation!Continue reading “How to Mix and Match Interior and Exterior Door Hardware”
This blog post is one that’s been percolating in my brain for ages. I feel like no matter the size of your home, there’s always at least one room that feels smaller than it actually is… which can kinda be a bummer! But fear not, there are quite a few easy stylist tricks to make a room appear larger. Today I’m sharing my favorites that I’ve used in both of our homes that work every time. If you’ve tried any of them or have others to add to the list, let me know! I’m allllways looking for more home decor hacks, as you all know.Continue reading “Essential Stylist Tricks to Make a Room Appear Larger”
Now that we have 2 acres, it’s like we have outdoor space for daysssss. There’s an an outdoor dining area, a firepit area, a grilling area… heck, even the hot tub has it’s own little zone! I know not everyone has loads and loads of space to create the ultimate outdoor oasis, but I’m sure you can still do something to make your outdoor space feel special — even if it’s a tiny balcony in the city! So with that in mind, I decided it’s a great time to round up my best outdoor decor ideas for sprucing things up. I hope you love these ideas!Continue reading “7 Outdoor Decor Ideas to Spruce Up Your Space for Spring & Summer”
It’s finally time to eat every meal outside and I am HERE FOR IT! I love dining al fresco on our patio. But we have one rule: no glass outdoors. No one needs a pet or person stepping on broken glass! So with that in mind, I recently invested in a full set of reusable outdoor dinnerware, drinkware and serveware so that we are fully prepared for summer entertaining. Ready to do the same? Here are some super cute melamine plates, cups, and more to get you inspired!Continue reading “Cute Melamine Plates, Cups & Serveware for Outdoor Dining”
I don’t know about you, but I have been in the mood to fill our cabin with plants lately! They just make me happy and given that I’m grieving, I’ll take all the joy I can get. I’ve shared tons of inspiration and tips about houseplants here on the blog (full list below), but I have yet to share my favorite plants to keep in the kitchen specifically. With so many options, I know it can feel daunting to pick just a few. So I wanted to share a bit about the best plants to put in a kitchen to inspire you! Let me know what you think of this list + if there are any additional plants to keep in mind!Continue reading “These 7 Plants Will Thrive in Your Kitchen”
Laundry was definitely a fraught issue in our cabin up until recently. We had a small electrical fire in the dryer about two months ago and then we discovered that our washing machine needed to be retired (refer to this really gross discovery). So now that we’ve replaced our machines (not pictured! I haven’t had a chance to take photos of them yet), we’re finally getting through a backlog of dirty clothes and bedding. Given that our laundry area is actually a closet, I’ve had to get really creative with organization in our small laundry room, so today I wanted to share a few in depth tips in case you’re in the same boat!Continue reading “My Best Tips for Organizing a Small Laundry Room”