Why, hello there! It's been some time since I've blogged but I am excited to be back! I did a little blog refresh and even a name change which feels more in line with where I see this space going in the future. I hope you will take a peek around!

I was recently reading an article I saw in Traditional Home magazine that I feel sums up my style perfectly and gave me that extra push to start Little Green Bungalow.

Here's a little excerpt of the article: 

“Maximalism is not really about the things you put in the room or trends," Nussbaumer explains. "It is about being true to your core and creating a room that is personal and reflects a well-lived life."

“There are so many wonderful new designs in furniture, fabrics, wallcoverings, and artwork, and by incorporating these new products with family heirlooms, you create truly unique spaces that reflect the personality of the homeowner,” Mitchell says.

It’s a combination of multiple styles, periods, looks, and feels put together in a cohesive manner. “Before, people would think that maximalism was more an aesthetic for antique design, but now people think maximalism is modern and contemporary and funky and fresh,” Bikoff says.

I am excited to get back to sharing with you my well-lived life! 


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