Bringing the outdoors in and decorating my home with natural elements is my all time favorite way to change up the feel of my home for the new season. I have been really looking forward to giving my home some love this spring and sharing it with you here in our Spring Home Love tour. If you just came from Holli of Bees N Burlap then welcome! She styles the most beautiful vignettes and I love her creativity! Stick around to the end to tour the homes of all the bloggers and join us on INSTAGRAM and follow the hashtag #springhomelove —–Links at the end. Read more
Today I’m thrilled to share with you tried and true ways to update a tired kitchen from the experts at Zillow. The kitchen is such an expensive area of the home to update and renovate. So when Zillow asked what subject my readers would be interested in, this was the first thing that came to mind.
Should I choose a sectional or a sofa? Will I regret buying a sectional? All good questions and I can’t wait to answer them! But first I have to tell you that when Julie of Redhead Can Decorate invited me to join her and some other fabulous bloggers to share my sofa all styled up you can’t imagine my excitement. I’m humbled to be in company with such talented ladies. You will find their links at the end (and you won’t want to miss them.) You came to hear about sofas, so let’s get to it!! Read more
Setting a beautiful table, or tablescape, with a centerpiece has always intimidated me. I don’t have china and silver tucked away in cabinets, and I am not very good at arranging flowers. I have used my everyday dishes, eucalyptus cuttings and fruit to create this tablescape. It is very easy, no skills required, if I can do it anyone can. If you happened to see my Moody Fall Home Tour I included this tablescape and mentioned that I would share how to put it together in 10 minutes flat. Of course that doesn’t include pillaging the neighborhood trees and ironing the linens. Read more
It is here!! Reveal day. My favorite, mostly because it means it’s over and I did it!!!! But also because I love to see everyone’s big reveals. Thank you to Linda of Calling It Home for hosting this challenge. It is a privilege to be able to participate, and I loved it. It is not an easy task. It is good for us though because we need the extra incentive, it keeps us motivated and it is a great feeling to have a space that you are proud of at the end of the tiring and very quick 6 weeks. You can catch up with my progress posts here…. Week 1 // Week 2 // Week 3 // Week 4 // Week 5 I know you came here today for the pretty after pictures but first how about a reminder of where we started?