Spring has sprung in Kentucky and the ground is covered in sweet violets! These beautiful little flowers were beloved in days of old, but in modern times they are often overshadowed by their cousins, “Viola” and “Pansy.” In my opinion, all of these members of the violet family deserve adoration, but early spring is the sweet violet’s time to shine. Today I am sharing some “sweet violets to greet you” and to hopefully inspire you to take special notice of these beautiful free gifts from nature while they last.
Hello dear friends! Today I am excited to share how I have used vintage crocks in my early spring porch decorating as part of a fun Vintage Farmhouse/Lifestyle Blog Hop hosted by my talented friend Cindy of County Road 407. At the end of this post you will find links to eight other beautiful blog posts full gorgeous ideas for decorating with crocks and stoneware.
Hello friends and welcome back for another post in my Interior Decor and Design series. Today I am in the mood to talk decor and to share some thoughts on my decorating style and how it has changed (often back and forth) over the years. It has always been hard for me to define my style because I love so many different design elements. We have some home updates coming this summer including a kitchen makeover, family room refresh and entry way refresh and I am still undecided as to what overlook I want to achieve. *This post contains affiliate links.
Hello everyone, back again with a little post exploring vintage decorating style and current home decor trends. A very popular look right now is “Boho-Chic” which can be sometimes referred to as minimalist farmhouse, or Fixer Upper style, although these are broad terms open to interpretation by the designer. This trend might not appeal to all vintage decor and collecting enthusiasts, but for those of us who like to change things up from time to time to keep our vintage style homes looking fresh and interesting, it can be fun to explore these popular style trends. Let’s take a look at the Boho Chic style that is all the rage. *This post contains affiliate links.
Welcome back dear readers for another post in my Vintage Style Series! I am getting ready to make some vintage “updates” to our 1921 bathroom and I have been gathering some photos for ideas. It is easy to create a vintage bathroom with all the modern amenities simply by incorporating vintage furniture pieces and accessories. Today I am sharing some beautiful vintage bathroom inspiration that will make you want to go junkin’ for vintage items to use in your own bathroom.
Welcome toThursday Favorite Things! I am thrilled to be joining Katherine at Katherine’s Corner and wonderful group of bloggers for my third year as a co-hostess for this fantastic weekly link party for bloggers and blog readers too! If you are looking to grow your blog, make new friends, and or simply to be inspired each week, this is the place to be! *Bloggers: If you would like a chance to be featured, please leave a comment with the number of your link up. We can’t wait to see what you have to share this week! (If you missed the last party you can find it here. To get the party started, let’s take a look at what I have been up to recently:
Welcome friends! Do you have spring fever yet? I normally enjoy cozy winter months after the hectic holidays, but with the crazy warm weather we have been having and the birds singing outside my window, I can’t help but to think spring! While spring is actually still a while away, the long winter months gives us all time to gather ideas and craft supplies for spring and Easter DIYs. Today I am sharing some easy-springy little ideas for upcyling and repurposing old bed springs (or chair springs) into unique spring or Easter decorations. *This post contains affiliate links.