Blissful Corners

Blissful Corners: Small but Mighty Stools

July 7, 2017

jonas ingerstedt

one of the most underrated design elements, in my opinion, is the small but mighty stool. of all the pieces in my home, my round wooden stool has been one of the most constant. it has been a nightstand, a side table, a plant stand, a footstool, a magazine/pillow holder and probably more. it has made the cut through various moves and i am guessing will be around for the remaining. at first i didn’t realize how many of my favorite homes also incorporate a small stool into their decor…however, i think i just hadn’t looked closely enough…

made by cohen

bo bedre

jonans ingerstedt

jonas ingerstedt

wit & delight

(my) unfinished home

now that i have decided to give credit to this quiet/important element, i am thinking i may need a few more throughout these blissful corners of mine.

i decided to consult chairish and look what i have found.

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xo mrs. french

Blissful Corners: Bathrooms

May 10, 2017

bo bedre

the bathroom is often neglected here on bliss…actually, i am pretty sure i have never dedicated a whole post to one of the most important rooms in the home. today, the madness stops! all of these lovely blissful corners come from some of my very favorite bathrooms i bump into from time to time on pinterest.

you will also notice that i have yet to share the french residence bathroom…i would love to think it is because we haven’t quite finished it. however, sadly, we haven’t even started.

heather bullard


only deco love

sight unseen

amber interiors

elizabeth roberts

xo mrs. french



Blissful Corners: Stairways

May 3, 2017

my domain

i think the reason i am so enamored with stairways at the moment is because i currently live in a home with no stairs. i knew i had to dedicate a blissful corners post to this architectural feature i may long for just a bit. pinterest is full of the very best stairway inspiration i had to share a few of my favorites…




bo bedre

one kings lane

desire to inspire

*wit & delight

xo mrs. french

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