Welcome friends! With August coming to a close I have been tidying up the garden, harvesting herbs, and planting seeds for cool weather crops. This week I harvested some of the beautiful eucalyptus that my son bought me for Mother’s Day. Once I brought it inside and put it in a simple glass hobnail vase, I thought it looked so pretty and I was inspired to create a little vignette in the dining room.*This post contains affiliate links.
Hello friends and welcome back to All About Home! I am so excited about this being our third week already, which means we are moving closer to fall! Are you getting the “fall feels” yet or are you holding on to summer? I am in that in between stage where I haven’t quite said goodbye to summer (I will be back at the beach in 10 days!) Nevertheless we finally had some cooler temperatures that are certainly pulling on my fall-loving heart strings. If you are looking for inspiration for either season or if you just would like some ideas for everyday things that are “all about home,” then you have come to the right place! If you missed last week’s party, you can find it here.
There are several things I am always on the hunt for when I go junkin’, and baskets are high up on the list. Outdated baskets can be found inexpensively at yard sales and thrift shops, and sometimes it only takes a little paint to complete transform them. Such was the case with this reddish, primitive style basket I found this past weekend at a yard sale for only $2.00. *This post contains affiliate links.
Hello friends! Welcome back to the “All About Home” Link Party! My dear friend, Debra from Common Ground and I are grateful to those of you who joined us last week for our first party! We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did and that you found some wonderful inspiration here. As we all know, fall is a busy and exciting time in blog land, so the party will really be heating up over the next few weeks as the weather (hopefully) cools down!
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 to my Pin Away Wednesday series! In just a few days our family will be at the beach for our annual vacation and I can hardly contain my excitement! I thought today would be a perfect time to share highlights from my Coastal Style and Beach Cottage Decor Pinterest Board. Because I am a beach lover and dreamer of coastal dreams, (one day we plan to retire near the beach) this is one of my favorite boards. If you love beautiful beach decor and vintage coastal treasures too, get ready to pin away!
…For the love of the Sea and all things beachy!
One of my favorite decorating styles is French vintage coastal, or at least that is what I call it. Bascially it’s a combination of coastal treasures and vintage shabby chic, brocante and vintage French found objects. There is something so romantic and magical about this style!