Hello everyone! Are you having any beautiful spring weather yet? This has been the coldest spring I can remember with only a few nice days so far. I am so ready for it to get warm and stay warm! Today was the sun was shining and it was a bit warmer at least, so I couldn’t help but to start dreaming of days spent gardening and the fun of outdoor dining. This got thinking about our outdoor spaces and ideas for a future deck, so I started looking for inspiring deck designs that appeal to me the most. Here are several of my favorites. *This post contains affiliate links.
Summer is almost here and it’s time to start spending time in our outdoor gardens and entertaining spaces. While many of us enjoy a beautifully landscaped yard and stylish patio area, very few people enjoy all the work that goes along with maintaining outdoor spaces. Even if you love gardening or working outdoors, you might just not have the time to devote to keeping up with a lot of extra outdoor patio chores. Today I am sharing five tips for designing low maintenance outdoor entertaining spaces.*This post contains affiliate links.
Happy spring everyone! Are you giving your home a style refresh for the season? I have been working on several different makeovers and refreshes all throughout the house, concentrating mainly on unifying each room with a neutral color scheme which is calm and classic. Even within neutral homes, adding fresh touches of green using indoor plants can be very much needed for interest and a bit of color. Indoor plants can work in all different styles of homes, especially modern or boho chic. Today I am sharing some beautiful plants that will work beautifully for those of us who prefer, farmhouse, French country and cottage style decor. *This post contains affiliate links.Read more
Hello Spring! Today it was 80 degrees here in Eastern Kentucky and just a brief stroll around the yard had me dreaming spring gardening dreams! I am now ready to start making plans for some changes in the landscape that will take place later this spring and early summer. My thyme, oregano and mint is already growing rapidly and filling the March air with a delightful herbal fragrance. Even some of my succulents have survived one of the mildest winters we have had on record. There are a few daffodils left, and dainty grape hyacinths are popping up beside them too. Everything is greening up and gardening time will be here before we know it! I have some ideas for what I would like to change in the landscape this year but I thought it might be nice to take a look at some older pictures for inspiration.