Moving is expensive, so what’s the best way to save money after the move? DIY home decorations. Above is a chart with a few of our favorite, creative ways to decorate your new home.
1.Personalized lighting. Use card stock and old christmas lights to revamp a room by spelling out something cute with lights. It’s a sure way to “brighten” a room.
2. Ombre dresser. Thrift shop dresser and some paint. It’s the cheapest way to make something old look beautiful and new.
3. Chalk paint. Chalk paint is fantastic, especially for a house with children. Simply paint any area of your house with the magic paint and enjoy hours of creative chalk drawing.
4. Pallet home theater. Pallets can be used for all sort of household lounging areas. Beds, couches, even movie theater seating. With paint and comfortable cushions you have an instant seating area.
5. Welcome Mat. An old door mat, acrylic paint and a sponge is all you need to spruce up your entryway. Personalize it however you want.
Thank you Pinterest for providing us with endless hours of DIY household crafting. Leave us your ideas of ways to decorate your new house.
Please Mr. Postman, 2012
Jaclyn Bethany, owner of our beloved Audrey Grace Boutique, styled the latest spread up on Rookie Magazine.
Click through to see the rest of the spread and stay tuned to buy the styles- all of the pieces will be available in the Audrey Grace Boutique online shop coming June 18th.
Meet Pinkberry… the newest Small Girls PR client!
We’ve been waiting to announce the exciting news until our exclusive ran in today’s Wall Street Journal, but now that word’s out, we’re thrilled to be adding cereal toppings to our tweets, fruit toppings to our blog posts, and swirly goodness to everything we do.
We’ll be launching their first ever Brooklyn location this June at 161 7th avenue in Park Slope and introducing more Brooklyn and tri-state area locations along the way as new flavors and shops roll out.
Charmco Invites You to a Private Sample Sale!
One-of-a-kind gold and semi-precious gift items, gold hoops, lucite bangles,1950’s themed charm bracelets and costume collectables, silver charms and charm bracelets, inspiration pieces, and fabulous finds all at 30-75%.
June 21st - 23rd Tuesday-Thursday
11am - 6pm by appointment only
RSVP by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 212-625-0054
Small Girls client Charmco is having a sample sale this week! We’re stopping by their studio tonight for a sneak peek at the goodies! Make an appointment to get your charm on! Yay!
Accessories designer Katherine Kwei lets us in on her world. Discover everything on her StyledOn Six List, including her wishlist-worthy Donna hobo…
Today is National Lemon Cupcake Day!
In celebration, we’re taking 15% off our yuzu lemon cupcake all day! Yay for cupcake holidaaazzze.
We support all holidays surrounding cupcakes.
Small Girls client, The Hotcakes, are releasing a new EP next month, and they’re kicking things off in November with a rocking residency in the Lower East Side.
The first show is this Thursday (Nov 11th) at Arlene’s Grocery!! Full details of residency as follows:
Nov. 11th at 8pm – Arlene’s Grocery
Nov. 17th at 8pm – Arlene’s Grocery
Nov. 23rd at 10pm – Mercury Lounge
With the EP release show on…
Dec. 11th at 11pm at Arlene’s Grocery!
After party details to be announced.
To top it all off, they’ve got a spankin’ new website for you to play around on and learn all about ‘em.
Follow them on tumblr also: http://thehotcakes.tumblr.com
Photos from our party with Logitech in LA on Wednesday 11/03. Glitter and a band.
Thanks to all the awesome people in LA who came and rocked out.
Logitech Presents “ALL THAT GLITTERS”: A Private Live Performance by BLACK TAXI
Part rock, part carnival; a sideshow stomp that is as sexy as it is punk rock. Having sold out legendary NY venues such as Bowery Ballroom, Knitting Factory & Mercury Lounge, Black Taxi has been gathering a rabid fan-base in NYC clubs, Brooklyn lofts and back-alleys. In this LA performance they bring with them the fever of movement they are known for— a hot noise doused in war-paint and glistening sweat. Echo this sentiment at the event with the body paint and glitter station, and dance it all off again.
Play with the Logitech Revue (with Google tv) to view the band’s music video “Up Here for Thinking, Down There for Dancing” as well as their behind-the-scenes footage and performances from the road thus far.
Wednesday Nov. 3rd 7-10PM
705 West 9th Street
Los Angeles 90015
RSVP at: http://blacktaxi.eventbrite.com/