I love decorating with plates. There’s just something about their classic appeal that draws me in. It doesn’t matter if I’m thumbing through a magazine, a book or scrolling on-line, I have to pause and admire them. Continue reading
Today I’m sharing easy ways to decorate with red, white and blue. Our summer temperatures are heating up, getting me in the mood for festive colors. You could say decorating with blue and white is part of my signature style, but red not so much. Maybe it’s just a mind-set of thinking red doesn’t compliment our home. Well those thoughts are changing.
Updating a bedroom with patterns may sound easy, but for me it was a bit of a challenge. When I decorate, it’s with longevity in mind. Such as using solid colors that are easily changed with seasonal accessories. It’s a good plan, but sometimes I really need to get out of my decorating comfort zone and have fun. Continue reading
Right now, I’m simplifying my home decor starting with my spring to summer mantel. This time of year is the easiest for me to decorate, because basically I’m starting with a clean slate. This is what I call my everyday decorating and I’m basking in the fresh uncluttered look. Continue reading
I’m so happy to share with you some of my simple tea party ideas that I use for setting a modern cottage style table. Dress it up or keep it casual, you just can’t go wrong, and far as I’m concerned there is always time for tea. While you’re here check out, “It’s A Spring Tea Party” Blog Hop, hosted by my friend Amber from Follow The Yellow Brick Home. Continue reading
Thinking of ideas for liquor cabinets? Well, I have a couple of solutions that might help with that, since I just solved that problem in our house. Sometimes is just a matter of shifting things around and I’m great at moving stuff from one place to another. Continue reading
Today I’m sharing a simple way of updating the entry table with flowers. Coming home to fresh flowers in the entry can make a challenging day seem so much brighter. These make me smile every time I walk through the door. Continue reading