Posts tagged ‘holiday’

December 11th, 2014

DIY Printable Holiday Gift Tags

 

Free DIY Printable Holiday Gift Tags - Rethink Design Studio Blog

 

The season of giving is here and nothing quite beats a well-packaged gift. Whether you’re picking out something fun for your little one or giving the gift of style, be the talk of your next exchange with our printable Snowflake gift tags, which you can download here.

 

Free DIY Printable Holiday Gift Tags - Rethink Design Studio Blog

Free DIY Printable Holiday Gift Tags - Rethink Design Studio Blog

Free DIY Printable Holiday Gift Tags - Rethink Design Studio Blog

 

 

Share your holiday gift swag with us on Instagram! Tag us (@rethinkdesignstudio) with a photo of you using them and we will give you a shout.

 

 

 

January 2nd, 2014

Happy Holidays from Rethink

 

Holidays at Rethink are busy because we tend to put a greater focus on our clients than ourselves this time of year. But sometimes, as we share below, we get to carve out a quiet afternoon to enjoy each other’s company and even have a few slices of homemade pumpkin bread. In addition to spending time with friends and family, we like to reflect on the studio’s progress and potential for the future. Since this time last year, we’ve had the privilege to transform several residences throughout Savannah as well as jump into an exciting new cafe right in the heart of downtown. With a few events sprinkled in between like a celebration of the city and a cozy holiday party, there’s no doubt we had our work cut out for us. In the end, we grew as a studio and look forward to what the new year will bring.



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Here’s to a happy New Year!

Photos by Izzy Hudgins Photography

February 14th, 2013

Lovebird Lingo

We’re not sure why birds get all the love during this season, but it sure does lend to some great home decor and furnishings. Today we’ve put together some of our favorite bird items that will have your home chirping style in no time.

 

 lovebird lingo

 

1. You may find yourself daydreaming next to this sparrow wallpaper by Hygge and West. The subtle pops of “almost green” can give just the right amount of color to a neutral room. Use this on a large wall (or all four) without having to worry about the space looking too busy.

2. Two lumps are always better than one with this Grapefruit Sugar Bowl. The lid comes off to reveal a blue ceramic spoon for your serving pleasure.

3. Show your love from the ground up with Anthropologie’s Conure Rug. With sizes ranging from 2.5′ round to 8′, you’re sure to have a place in your home for this beauty. We recommend anchoring it down with a comfy lounge chair in a reading nook or living room.

4. This little brass bird has just the space for your hand soap or jewelry. You could also use this vintage brass dish as a catch-all for keys by your front door.

5. Keep a lookout for swans this season; these birds are out to take the spotlight. Be the first to welcome these aviary trendsetters into your kitchen with this screen printed swan tea towel.

6. Place a bold pattern like on this graphic bird pillow to add some visual interest to a pair of club chairs or sofa. The neutral beige linen allows this to work in virtually any space.

7. We get a moody, “Alice in Wonderland” feeling from this beautifully illustrated Flights of Fancy Wallpaper. This pattern would be perfect to liven up a small space such as a guest bath or powder room.

8. What is a love nest without a cuckoo clock? This modern adaptation is made of laser cut wood pieces to give you that classic feel without all the weight. Place this guy in an open space such as a living room or front entry for all to see.

9. Cover the messy side of your fireplace with this birdcage fireplace screen from Katherine Barnwell. Let this gem really make a statement by painting your fireplace surround Benjamin Moore OC-117 Simply White.

10. Even if you’re known for your lightness of foot, this solid brass Wenge Bird of Prey Cane would look great taking residence in your umbrella stand or leaning near the front door.

11. Paule Marrot’s “Doves” piece can work in so many places of your home. Place behind the master bed for a romantic bird haven, on top of the fireplace mantle for a classical living space, or on its own in the dining room for a gentle conversation starter.

 

November 2nd, 2012

Etsy Treasury: Holiday Gift Guide

It’s no secret that Etsy is the place for handmade, quality products that connects buyers with talented, small-business artisans. With the upcoming holiday season, we’ve gathered a few of our favorite Etsy items into a holiday gift guide treasury for you to browse, buy, and just plain drool over to your heart’s desire. This season we’re digging dark, forest greens with contrasting black and brass accents. And of course, geometric shapes always have our vote.

While you’re dropping by the Etsy community, don’t forget to browse through our store: ShopRethink. Right now we have some great kitchen and dining accessories for your next dinner party!

 

 

Click here for direct links to the items you see above. Love our collection of holiday goodies? Feel free to admire, share, and comment!

October 17th, 2012

Seasons in The South

 

Savannah is notorious for being a little late with the seasons, but we finally think Autumn is (slowly but surely) making its way to our door. Lately we’ve been spotting a few great examples around town of how to return the greeting with festive door decor. Here are some of our local favorites:

 

 

A wide stairway is a great canvas for fun seasonal decor. Experiment with different ways to showcase those warm, autumn colors. Mums, pumpkins, and dry foliage all come in a crisp warm palette sure to keep your front door looking fresh all season long.

We love the verticality this door is getting with dried corn stalks. Balance your existing green foliage with a few warm elements (like gourds and hay) for a refreshing mix of old and new.

Reinvent the wreath using local materials like this coastal home boasting oyster shell wall decor.

 

Check back on Friday for our own interpretation of how to keep your home in the holiday spirit!