Different Ways to Style Light + Dwell Pillows!

If you've been avoiding our social media accounts, or haven't been around in the past week, you may have missed the launch of our online shop!  We created this shop with you in mind.  Every item was well thought out, and serves a purpose.  We spent months coming up with our textile line, meeting with different vendors, and collaborating with a small army of people to make this shop a reality.  We're so passionate about making a house a home, and making sure that everyone has access to good, high-quality, eco-friendly design.  For more information about our shop, make sure you check it out if you haven't already under the "Shop" tab at the top of our website.

Today, I'm sharing some ways to style our Light + Dwell Pillows!  All of the patterns can be paired together, they all work together, which makes the combinations endless! By the way, if you happen to own/or buy an item from our shop, please hashtag #lightanddwellstyle on your picture so we can see it in your space! 

Photography: Braevin

Do you have a favorite pillow? We'd love to hear from you!  And don't forget to hashtag #lightanddwellstyle for any Light + Dwell Shop item you post on your social media!

Get the Look / Salem Scandinavian - Curb Appeal & Entry

We had lots of you ask about the products we used in our Salem Scandinavian Home, so we thought we'd share with you how to get the look of each space!

We are starting with the curb appeal and entry!  The curb appeal on this house is one of my all time favorites!

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Salem Scandinavian House Part 01

We are so excited to share the Salem Scandinavian House with you!  Our clients used words like "warm, welcoming, clean, inviting, and bright" to describe how they envisioned the atmosphere of their home.  For style, we agreed that they had a modern, Scandinavian, farmhouse design style.  Modern in the sense that they liked the look of clean lines, no fuss, and minimal pieces.  Farmhouse in the sense that they were drawn to lots of natural woods, shiplap, and vintage accessories.  Scandinavian in the sense that they liked pops of bright colors, Scandinavian prints, and European furniture.  It was a really fun project to have our hand in from start to finish, and we love how it turned out!  We're even more happy with how much our clients love it!

In Part 01, we're sharing the curb appeal, entry, and living room!