HIBS100 Hot Picks Week 6




Is it just us, or is it looking a bit sunnier around here?

Inspired by a definite hint of spring in the air, we’re looking for a splash of colour and light in our HIBS100 Hot Picks this week. Don’t forget, if you’d like to choose our Hot Picks one week (you’ll get a link to your blog and all your social media platforms too!) then just email us at molly@fleaenterprises.com.

HIBS100 Hot Picks

We’re heading straight out into the garden first of all, with this lovely post from City Girl Gone Coastal. It seems we’re not the only ones to run outside as soon as it stops raining!

Next up we’re loving these bright and beautiful honeycomb paper balls featured at Love Chic Living. It’s a brilliant way to add a splash of colour indoors and inject a sense of fun into a room.

Sometimes all a room needs is a touch of unique, and a these hand-carved rubber stamps over at Housewife Confidential are a great way to achieve that look. You could use them to create colourful prints as an alternative to decoupage.

If the (slightly) better weather is leaving you craving colour and pattern then you’ll need to head over to this post at Bright Bazaar Blog to find out how to combine the two perfectly.

A great way to make a room feel more airy is to use white and natural tones to create a sense of space and light. This room makeover at Violet Posy is a brilliant example of how a splash of white can really lift a corner of a room.

The new Brakig collection at IKEA is an ideal investment to add a touch of spring to your kitchen or dresser. We love the vibrant design and colours in the range. Check out some pictures of some key pieces in the collection over at Breathe Happiness.

Make a statement with a bold wallpaper like the designs on show at My Friend’s House. This new range will add a hit of colour AND art to your wall.

For more pattern and colour this post at Cardboard Cities is sure to leave you feeling fresh and inspired. Now just to translate that feeling into our home!


Have you read a great post this week? Tell us about it in the comments and share the love!

Sally is a journalist and editor based in Lytham, Lancashire. When she isn't blogging at Who's the Mummy, she is generally spending time with her 10-year-old daughter, Flea, or her abominably behaved puppy, Teddy.

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