Science says we’；re all optimists， but I didn’；t need to tell you that did I？ Chances are you’；re already living your rose-colored life grinning from ear to ear. In the off-chance that things are less sunny， have no fear! Dani Roche of Kastor and Pollux shows us some home decor picks that will help you create a positive environment， especially when you’；re in desperate need of a pick-me-up.
Someone once said， “；Be the change you wish to see in your apartment.”； Alright， it was Gandhi and he might not have said apartment. Howevercheap throw pillow covers， a well-curated space can affect your world in a big way. A cute pillow or perfectly color-coordinated corner of your room can change your outlook on life dramatically.accent pillow case baby burlap living room deco
Surrounding yourself with things that remind you of other positive things kind of seems like a no-brainer method for staying positive. Minus the daily mantras， including accent pieces that allude to ~romance~ or a beach， can encourage forward thinking. Even better， if your home doubles as your office， you won’；t want to stop working， making your space the ultimate motivational tool!
Staring at this wall tapestry？sends me back to California， or at least to watching the O.C， which are both equally positive experiences. A wall tapestry is a super easy way to brighten up a space， it’；s like living in a calming pastel screensaver that you never want to disappear. This pretty tapestry can also double as a blanket or a selfie backdrop.
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Tallulah Fontaine？makes the most delicate illustrations that have a childlike innocence to them. Her simple drawings remind me of all that is good in the world. I chose her work in a canvas？and on a pillow， because the more good， the better! The addition of wall art creates a happy space where roses are constantly being offered to me； it’；s a nice alternative to hanging up an optimistic quote.
Things should feel as good as they look， and luckily for me this blanket？does. Filled with sprawling proteas， the pattern was created by Micklyn？who says？it took her ages to complete. Just knowing where a piece came from and the effort put into creating it immediately makes it sentimental to me. Every time I snuggle， fart or sleep in it， I can look at the beautiful pattern and remember the intent behind it and feel good about my choice.
P is for Pillow， or Pineapple？
I can confidently say that pineapples are the dreamiest fruit in the world. Their tropical vibe immediately (and metaphorically) sends me to the Bahamas and leaves the sweet taste of a pina colada in my mouth. This accent pillow？works really well with almost every color and can be easily paired with warm tones like red， pinks and oranges.
I know what you’；re thinking， “；AHH this is a maze and a migraine!”；. But， its zany print on calming teal and white balance each other out perfectly. This geometric duvet cover？has the quirky simplicity that makes chaos soothing.
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Where do you reside? City, State, CountryI am from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil but now living in Louisville, KY, USA for 2 years.
What happens when you grab some Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist and Glimmer Glam, The Crafter’s Workshop Mixed Media Goodies and a few stencils and add them to canvas? ?Something simply beautiful is what you will get. ?Crew member and avid mixed media artist, Lynne Foresythe explores with us what happens and shows you in a perfect banner that will remind you that Spring is just around the corner. ?The month of February we are Matching Up with TCW (The Crafter’s Workshop) and the only rules for the Match Up is to experiment, play and see what happens and here is what Lynne created when she played with all these great products. ?Did you know that Canvas Corp Brands has a Facebook Group = the CCB Collective? ?This group is open to anyone?interested in?seeing what is going on behind the scenes at CCB, sharing projects, commenting, asking?questions and just being part of a positive craft group where?inspiration is everywhere. ?Just click on this link and ask to join today. ??CANVAS CORP BRANDS COLLECTIVE GROUP?– See you there. ?