Tagged : on trend RSS Icon
Found 21 blog entries tagged as on trend.

If your home features trends from the 90’s and early 2000’s, it may be time to freshen up your look. Check out our rundown of some of the ‘not so in’ styles and how you can make your humble abode stay on trend.  

Nautical Motifs
According to HGTV —  coastal accents like rope, anchors and seashells belong on the beach and not in your home. The nautical trend may have been big in recent years, but is now a thing of the past. Instead try a fresh color palette with subtle and simple furnishings.


Tuscan Kitchens

Dark rich woods, bulky fixtures and heavy granites were very popular in the early 2000’s. However, the modern day kitchen now focuses on open spaces and light, airy colors as opposed to a dark Italian-Style aesthetic.


Matching Window

1229 Views, 0 Comments
Read Full Post

175 Songwriters, Over 225 Performances at More Than 25 Venues in South Walton County

The 9th annual 30A Songwriters Festival is coming back to the Emerald Coast this winter! Headliners have just been announced for the upcoming festival that will be taking place along Scenic Highway 30A from January 12th - 15th. 

Concert goers can go from stage to stage across the Gulf Coast to see some of music's best performers. A few of this year's headliners include Emmylou Harris, Steve Earle, The Zombies, North Mississippi Allstars and Lee Ann Womack. Additional confirmed songwriters who will be performing include Charles Kelley of Lady Antebellum, Patty Griffin, Emily Saliers of Indigo Girls with her solo Murmuaration Nation band, Shawn Mullins and

642 Views, 0 Comments
Read Full Post

 
Design by Jordan Ferney

This year we are seeing less neutrals and more bright, bold colors schemes trending in home design — and right now we are living for Emerald Green across the Emerald Coast.

Deep and dark green hues are a big hit in the interior design market this year and we can't get enough. You can incorporate this accent color into your home with furnishings like a statement couch, a throw blanket or accent pillows. Want something a little more bold? Add a splash of green paint to your walls, choose some colorful cabinetry or incorporate this palette by choosing some deep green mosaic tiles.

For more ideas of how you can incorporate this trend, check out Studio McGee

 

427 Views, 0 Comments
Read Full Post

The fall is the best time to spend outdoors — the weather is cooling off, the trees change colors, the crowds begin to dwindle and time just seems to slow down. Enjoy as much of the outdoors you can this fall by spicing up your patio or backyard with five of our eco-friendly must haves. From lighting, to furniture, to bug repellant we have a list of trendy essentials that will help you go green.

Solar Powered Lights
Shed a little light on your backyard with solar powered globe string lights. You can string these trendy lights from a tree, your front porch or across your yard while saving energy. No need to worry about extension cords or plug ins, just make sure the solar pannels have access to sunlight and you're all set!

Mosquito Free Plants
Want

533 Views, 0 Comments
Read Full Post

 

4th of July is just around the corner and what better way to celebrate this Independence Day than with a backyard BBQ! We've got some tips and tricks for hosting the perfect patriotic party!

 

Sparkler Party Favors
What’s the 4th of July without sparklers?! Sparklers are great party favors for people of all ages. Grab a few bundles and tie up in a red, white or blue ribbon to hand out to your friends and family.

 

Patriotic Décor
Celebrate this holiday in style! Streamers, paper lanterns, balloons, pin wheels -- and of course American flags are all festive, simple décor options to dress up your backyard BBQ!

 

Games
Entertain guests with some fun interactive games like corn hole, volleyball, or ladder golf. If you want to DIY your own

485 Views, 0 Comments
Read Full Post

Design your home in a way that best reflects your personal style, by mixing different prints and patterns. Breaking up monochromatic colors with textures, patterns and prints adds some variety and dimension to your home.

Some of the trending prints this year include retro, florals, geometric, strips and artistic watercolor patterns. If you are going to decorate your home with an array of prints, then we suggest choosing a neutral pallet with pops of bright color or a complimentary color scheme.  

 For more home design tips & tricks, check out some of our other posts!

555 Views, 0 Comments
Read Full Post

Subtle violets, deep blues & soft yellows are stunning jewel tones that are going to be big this year. Just as jewels can add a touch of elegance to any outfit, rich, deep jewel tones can bring a sense of sophistication and style to your home. Splash your walls with these bright, happy hues or add soft accents.

 Anyone can easily incorporate these shades with simple home décor accents like a statement piece of artwork, a bright bold rug, or even some muted throw pillows.

 Check out more of our home design tips & tricks below!

551 Views, 0 Comments
Read Full Post

 

One of the best things about 30A is the bike friendly atmosphere and being able to ride up and down the small beach and new urbanism communities, taking in the beautiful homes and gorgeous sights.

A new spin on a favorite past time--and one we are loving--is Pedego electric bikes. Pedal, or cruise across all 24 miles of 30A, from Dune Allen, to Rosemary with ease. With these special bikes you can track your speed with the Pedal Assist, control your speed with a comfortable and convenient twist-and-go throttle or just pedal along. These bikes can get up to 20 MPH and the battery lasts for a range of 15 - 60 miles for an effortless and relaxing ride. 

If you are a resident or a visitor and are interested in renting an electric bike from our

635 Views, 0 Comments
Read Full Post

With summer fast approaching, it’s time to liven up your yard! Tropical flowers and palms are popular greenery to grow here in Florida, but have you considered a more sustainable option?

Low maintenance plants and edible gardens are a big home design trend we’ve seen this year. Economically, environmentally and aesthetically pleasing, these sustainable plants don’t require a lot of maintenance, are more resistant to drought and are a better option for your yard. Edible herbs and vegetables are also another great alternative that people are shifting towards as a design element, and a food source.  

608 Views, 0 Comments
Read Full Post

Spring time is upon us and what better way to welcome the season, than with a fresh touch of greenery.

Sprinkling in a few potted plants can bring some color and life into your domain. A blooming flower, succulents or even a prickly little cactus can all be great additions to your family. Finish it off with decorative pot that compliments the rest of your home décor, and done.

 You now have a fresh new feel to your springtime home.  For more décor tips and tricks, click below. 

 

764 Views, 0 Comments
Read Full Post

What's Your Home Worth? Find out now, for Free

Let's Go