The Mighty Mo!, Author at Tailored Decor & Bits

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So far The Mighty Mo! has created 27 blog entries.

…a lil’ bit about BLUE.

BLUE is the single most popular of all colors.  BLUE has proven to be calming, peaceful and symbolic of loyalty.  The body, when in a BLUE space, actually produces calming chemicals.  These chemicals  encourage creativity and expression thus increasing productivity.  All of these reasons make BLUE an excellent ch

…a lil’ bit about BLUE.2021-02-23T12:57:11-06:00

…a lil’ bit about RED.

RED is powerful, intense and exciting. Makes one wonder where exactly is the best way to use such a bold color. Have you considered using RED in your dining room? RED is known to increase the heart rate, to encourage lively conversation and to stimulate the appetite. It is no wonder why RED is used time and time again in restaurants and

…a lil’ bit about RED.2021-02-02T14:53:09-06:00

……a lil’ bit about texture.

I’ve shared in my previous blogs and on social media that I will always be a moderate minimalist.  Most, if not all, of my inspiration comes from the simplicity of the Japanese design aesthetic.  How do I keep my interiors interesting, from falling flat or washing out?  Texture, texture and more texture!  However, jus

……a lil’ bit about texture.2021-02-02T14:53:04-06:00

…A lil’ bit about outdoor living

As I sit on my backyard deck, my children splashing in their inflatable pool, I am reminded of how much joy comes from being outdoors.  The backyard has become our respite, our escape during covid-19 and the lock down.  We’ve developed a daily routine for dining alfresco as much as we possibly can.  When our 1,300 sf home

…A lil’ bit about outdoor living2020-06-10T19:57:02-06:00

…a lil’ bit about light!

In the past few months, I finished reading the book “JOYFUL” by Ingrid Fetell Lee.  I love this book.  Ingrid is clever and witty.  The knowledge she shares in her book, helped me to figure out my own LED light solution.  I know LED’s are good for the environment but I was really frustrated with how hard the lights in

…a lil’ bit about light!2020-05-20T11:54:16-06:00

…a lil’ bit about “small homes”

…….a lil’ bit about living in a “small home”. O.k. So, before it was even considered eco-friendly to choose to live in a small home, my husband and I were completely on board.  We love to eat out, experience the local art scene and travel-that is before Covid-19 reared its ugly head. So naturally we have a big budget for those items

…a lil’ bit about “small homes”2020-05-05T15:14:20-06:00

…….a lil’ bit about “Sprucing Up For Spring!”

I love Spring!  I am really enjoying Spring in Minnesota this year because we are actually experiencing it!  For the first time in many, many years which is a true blessing.  As we are “Sheltering in Place” we need all of the encouragement from nature that we can get! So, now that you have a lil’ bit of extra time, why not

…….a lil’ bit about “Sprucing Up For Spring!”2020-04-21T10:47:48-06:00

………a lil’ bit about coordinating with your interiors.

This is a novel idea.  I remember living in CT in my early 20’s and hearing how some of the residents dressed only in a way that coordinated with the interiors in their home.  I thought, as a young, woman that it would be far too restrictive to dress that way!  Roll the clock 20 years later…….and here I am!  Yours tru

………a lil’ bit about coordinating with your interiors.2020-04-14T09:57:05-06:00

…….a lil’ bit on 2020-2021 COLOR TRENDS.

Today, I tuned into COLOR HIVE.  COLOR HIVE is a UK study that brings to light color trends and how they come to be.  The 2020-2021 color trend focus is on the environment-Water scarcity, Transforming e-Waste(tech upgrades) and Designing for Death (memorials).  A term “Under the Dome” describes a new model for living-a pla

…….a lil’ bit on 2020-2021 COLOR TRENDS.2020-03-23T10:52:31-06:00

……a lil’ bit about “trends”

Are you a trend follower?  Impulsive to get the latest craze in your home décor?  Are you now feeling pressured to redecorate your mid-century modern home (that was a long-running trend!) and turn it into a “Maxed-Out” haven?  Fret not!  You can hang on to your beloved mid-century pieces and still have room to add a b

……a lil’ bit about “trends”2019-02-05T07:46:14-06:00
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