fiddle dee dee

I spy a fiddle leaf fig tree. Everywhere. If you haven't noticed them yet, then you're a little late to the party. But that's okay, I live in Montana and everyone's late to the design/trend party here. Not everyone, but you get the gist. This is the fiddle leaf fig tree, and not only does …

dark + dusky

Hello freinds. With fall in full swing I tend to enjoy dark and dusky interiors, and since my house is mostly white I am enjoying via pinterest! I don't know about every one else, but I like a variety of styles. More specifically I like elements of styles. So today I am crushing on these... …

natural elements~antlers

Whether they are ‘sheds” big game animals drop every year or “fake” ones on the market today, you can still find this design element today!

French Grey

Antlers.

I will be the first to admit that I didn’t exactly, how do you say, “like” them for a very long time.

But, I am a person (though I don’t really like to admit this) who is influenced by media.

More specifically, design publications.

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Now, I have always loved objects of nature. Bird nests, pine cones, driftwood, lichen covered rocks and twigs, and more recently sea shells and coral.

But antlers?

These have always represented big game hunting to me. And I am surrounded by big game hunting territory! People travel from all over the world for the opportunity to hunt elk, mule deer, moose, etc. in what seems like my backyard. I even know guys who go antler hunting in the spring to find sheds that the animals loose every year.

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                                           Debrahalllifestyle

So naturally, the local decor is influenced by the region……

Lodge style.

Very lodge…

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