Etsy is one of our go-tos for all things decor! Whenever we want a custom piece, a vintage find, or something one-of-a-kind, we know that they’ll have what we’re looking for. We love being able to support small, self-owned businesses and find products that are made with care and personality. Below you can find some of our favorite home decor finds from Etsy!
We took a day trip last week to Dallas Market to scope out some new trends, vendors, and inspiration for the new year. Oh, and of course we got real friendly with the open buffets and yummy treats that each showroom had prepared for us. The market was filled with amazing pieces of every style – Here’s some of our favorite finds!
As we welcome the new year, we find that it’s always fun to look back on past trends and how they’re incorporated in designs today. To be in the spirit of the roaring (20)20s, we wanted to pay tribute to the historic and highly influential Art Deco style. This design style is bold, unique, playful and can bring any space to life. Below you can check out some modern ways to add Art Deco elements into your home.
2019…where did you go!? This year was really great to all of us at the BANDD and even though it’s pretty bittersweet to see this all come to a close, I am also super excited for what 2020 (and a new decade!) has in store of us. Let’s take a quick stroll down 2019’s memory lane before we say goodbye for good. Shall we?
We are getting into a new series here at Bandd! It is all about how to incorporate certain colors into your home!
For the month of December I will be talking about how to incorporate the color rust into your home! Rust is my favorite color at the moment- I am using it in my own home, in my wedding color palette and I currently have a closet full of rust tops and sweaters. Frankly, I don’t know how to stop and I’m not mad about it.
If you don’t know exactly what rust is, imagine a combination between orange, red and brown. The color pairs really well with blue, teal and olive hues. Below you will find how people incorporated rust into their home or their clients home.