Forcing Narcissus Bulbs for Rustic Christmas Decor

Rustic Christmas Decor - With Narcissus This year, our Christmas decor will feature natural elements - for a more rustic feel. Potted Narcissus, forced for the winter, make beautiful Christmas decor. Forcing Narcissus Bulbs for Rustic Christmas Decor - is quite easy.  I love these sweet, fragrant white jewels gracing the rooms in … [Read more...]

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New Home Office

All Because of Dearest....   This all started when Dearest commented that our home's living area - dining room-living room needed better flow. I thought, what show have you been watching Dearest. So, this made me take a second look...which resulted in some pieces of furniture being removed...one such piece was this desk. I loved the … [Read more...]

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Autumn Decor and Vignette Ideas

Easy Changes to Welcome Autumn The winds have brought in cooler temps. The shorter daylight hours have heralded the change in leaf color. Autumn is here in the South, finally. In our Home I'm loving the serene colors in our dining room, living room and kitchen. These colors are perfect backdrops to the vibrant colors of … [Read more...]

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Country Chic Chalk Paint

When Two Beautiful Things Come Together.... What is it about paint that makes a girl's heart flutter? Don't get me wrong. I do love the beautiful patina of stained furniture...but, paint does something special in my mind to a piece of furniture. I was given the opportunity to bring two beautiful things together...an exquisite table and Country … [Read more...]

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French Farmhouse Kitchen Updated

I love the look of French Farmhouse...especially in the kitchen. Nearly three years ago, I made some changes to our kitchen but kept the elements that speak French Farmhouse Kitchen to me...I share with you today, some updates...more French updates. French Farmhouse Kitchen Updated To me, what brings the elements of Farmhouse and French decor in … [Read more...]

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A Summer Wreath

Shabby and Neutral I have LOVED my Tulip Spring wreath...I've waited until the last minute to replace it. But, it's time. I found these awesome all-white Magnolia flowers at Hobby Lobby...they with two grapevine wreaths make a lovely, shabby and neutral summer wreath. A Summer Wreath "What are you doing with that?", Dearest … [Read more...]

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French Toile and Script

When I began to redecorate our living room...there were a couple decorating elements I wanted to be sure to include in the scheme. Top on the list was the incorporation of French Toile and Script.  How I Included French Toile and Script... In my living room decor. Last year I began the overall transformation of our living room by painting … [Read more...]

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Simple Rustic Christmas Decor

First Add Pinecones     I've had these giant pine cones for months! My daughter's future sister-in-law used them in her wedding and my thoughtful, crafty daughter thought, 'Mom would love these!' She Was So Right Two bags full...sounds like a song! I stored them away knowing that I would incorporate them into our home's … [Read more...]

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Red Toile Curtains

I had been moving right along with the living room transformation beginning with the wall color, painted furniture, slipcovers and pillows. Now, I needed to address the windows. Initially, I had cream color curtains over the French doors, on a whim, I decided to go with Red Toile Curtains. At first, I didn't think they were going to work since … [Read more...]

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Blue, White & Silver Tablescape

Midsummer   Inspired by Endless Summer Blue Hydrangea     There's something beautiful and restless about midsummer. The heat can be so overwhelming, it is no wonder we seek the sweetness and lightness of blue and white.   “Love looks not with the eyes, but with the mind, And therefore is winged Cupid painted blind.” … [Read more...]

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