The last couple of weeks have been slow around here as far as projects go. It is freezing outside and the thought of setting up shop to cut wood is not appealing at the moment.
Today I thought I would show you what I am doing to avoid the winter blues by infusing pops of color into our home and share some inexpensive decorating ideas that won’t break the bank.
Today I will show you how I hung the glass shelves in our recently renovated bathroom. I knew I wanted to hang floating shelves
Today I am sharing our Christmas home tour with you. So many fun parties going on in the blogosphere, I couldn’t resist joining :).
I finished up our Christmas table last week and now, no one is allowed to eat at the table. ha. Just kidding. My son asked, why are you setting the table and taking pictures?
Decorating for Christmas can be an overwhelming task for me. At the moment, our entire house is covered in opened plastic bins with Christmas decorations everywhere.
A couple weeks ago I mentioned that I was decorating our Christmas tree for the Home Depot style challenge and I am happy to say that the Christmas tree pictures have been taken
I needed to get myself back in the mood for fall and refocus on fall decorating. I finished decorating my christmas tree this past weekend for the Home Depot style challenge
Hopefully everyone is safe and sound from the hurricane. All is good here in Ma. Just a messy yard full of leaves and branches. We have no power, tv or internet so my little man
I decided to quickly create a fall vignette on our sofa table in our family room. The only cost associated was the cute little owl that I couldn’t pass up.
Fall is the perfect time to decorate your home inside and out. My son loves to help decorate but I will admit, I occasionally get caught up in the perfection of decorating. The last couple of years, I have tried to incorporate fun kid friendly fall decorations that will blend with the chic sophisticated