Today I have a super fun DIY to share with you. I fell in love with this craft many, many years ago when I first saw Martha Stewart make it on her TV show. It is such a fun and incredibly easy thing to do that will bring tons of beauty wherever you choose to display it!
When Minted contacted me for decorating ideas using their beautiful wall art I couldn’t refuse. I thought long and hard as to what I would use for wall decor in my dining room. I decided to get a few pieces to update the look of the room and I really love what Minted helped me achieve!
Sometimes decorating for the seasons can be challenging so I’ve come up with a super simple DIY to introduce autumn into the home without a hassle!
Today we begin a diary for what will become a resource of sorts for my transitional kitchen remodel. Since mentioning it on Snapchat I received questions about what I’ll be doing so I figured why not share my project and details.
Decorating with potted boxwood is perhaps one of the easiest and practical ways to dress up your yard, garden or patio. Boxwood is simply charming and will add a touch of rustic romance to your home that only nature can deliver.
It was a little over a year ago I did my first bedroom post, you can see it here. Just recently we decided on a paint haul throughout the entire house, including my bedroom.
Hyacinths are by one of my favorite flowers of early Spring. While looking for ideas to display my little beauties I came across these great inspirations!
For those of us that don’t celebrate the holidays it’s hard not to admire the beauty this time of year brings. New England in particular resonates with incredible charm during the holiday season.