Hello and welcome to the 4oth All About Home link party! I can’t believe we are celebrating this milestone already! When Debra and I started this fun party back in August, little did we know how important it would become in less than a year’s time. Being able to gather with friends each week during the pandemic has created a sense of normalcy and peace during an uncertain time. Of course, seeing all of the inspiration and beauty each week has been a healing balm as well. As always, I am thankful you are here to party with us, and I look forward to what will be shared at the party this week!
Interior Decor and Styling
Quintessentially English, the humble country kitchen is a look many aspire to. Whether you dream of the classic English country farmhouse with stone flags, wooden beams, and Hunter wellies warming by the stove, an Edwardian terrace with ornate tiled flooring and high ceilings with intricate cornicing, or perhaps a modest new build with the pre-requisite French doors opening to an English garden, the country kitchen is a look that can be achieved in any property, old or new.
If you are off to college you are probably a little nervous and excited at the same time! College can be a wonderful world filled with exciting new vistas of knowledge and social connections. But before you can get the most out of what university life has to offer, you need to settle in a place where you can feel comfortable. If you will be living in a student rental such as a dorm or apartment, personalizing your space becomes a crucial part of the first few days as a college student. *This post contains affiliate links.
Hello friends! Today I just want to share a little bit about a beautiful and funny period drama I discovered on Amazon, “Badehotellet” (Seaside Hotel). I have not been feeling well for a couple of weeks due to an autoimmue flare, so while spending my days resting in bed I have been enjoying a trip back to the late 1920’s and early 1930’s along the pristine Jutland seaside in Denmark. It has been a wonderful distraction from the modern day woes we are all facing.
Hello everyone! I hope you are doing well during quarantine time! Have you been doing any home improvements while staying home? My husband has been working on our kitchen renovation and it is coming along nicely. At this point we are at a little stand still as we have to make some final decisions about the built-in that we plan to put in place of a window (it has an unscenic view of the side of the garage) and an oddly shaped short cabinet that we never use.
Welcome back to the Interior Decor and Styling Series! Today’s post is all about designing a chic home office. As my blogging business continues to grow, I realize that sooner or later I am probably going to need a more organized and designated office space. We have an extra room in our basement that is dry and mold free, and it is relatively bright due to two basement windows in the room. I have been using it as a craft (and junk hoarding) room for some time, but I really would like to turn it into a more usable office space. I have found some great ideas online, so today I decided to share some chic home office inspiration with you. *This post contains affiliate links.
Spring is in the air and the days are brighter for longer, which might have you looking around your home yearning for a reboot of the décor.
Spring Home Tour~ Sincerely Marie Designs
Spring is the perfect time to redecorate your home, especially if you’re thinking about moving on. Property experts regularly cite the months from March to June as the best time to put your house on the market as we all come out of our winter hibernation.