If you follow me on Instagram, you may have caught a sneak peak of a little makeover I did towards the end of last week. As I was settling back into my routine here at home after my trip to Waco, I finally got the nerve to see if I could give my kitchen shelves a little makeover. It was like my brain needed a little break, as it was still processing all the wonderful things from last weekend, and a little DIY was just what I needed. I had been contemplating giving our kitchen shelves a makeover a few times before, but just never got up the gumption to tackle it. Well, I did! And I think you will love the outcome!
Hi Friends!! Have you ever tried to remove labels off of glass bottles? Perhaps you found the cutest wine bottle in the whole wide world, that would totally make the cutest vase ever, only to be discouraged because you can’t get the dang label off? Sound familiar? Maybe you have been there too. I always have the best intentions in repurposing things, and then tend to give up halfway through when it becomes more of a struggle rather than a thrifty rescue. Until, I stumbled upon this method!
I’m so excited to share my thanksgiving tablescape idea with you today, AND I have some fabulous blogging friends joining me! If you know me at all than you know I LOVE creating tablescapes!! I have even been known to declare them as my favorite thing to create – EVER! Honestly Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday, it always has been, so I couldn’t let fall pass us by without celebrating my favorite holiday by sharing a Thanksgiving themed tablescape.
Friends, it is so hard to express all that I am feeling right now!! I will be sharing in another post later this week more about Silolbration, and my trip to Waco with Kilz, but in the meantime my heart is just overflowing with gratitude! Gratitude for friendships, an amazing experience, and just an all out fun-filled weekend! So as…
If you are like me, and don’t live anywhere near Waco, I wanted to share my favorites that could be found at your local Target. Since I’m on my way to visit Magnolia Market for the first time ever today, I thought I would share with you some of my favorite finds from the home decor line – Hearth & Hand.
I was on the hunt for a darker color than what we had. I had painted them Peppercorn by Sherwin Williams the summer before, after previously painting them Tricorn Black. I like them dark, especially when they add contrast to the white siding, but after a year the Peppercorn color that I love in our downstairs bathroom and on our island was looking more gray than blue on our exterior doors. I shared my woes on finding the right navy blue, charcoal gray – ish color in my IG stories, and SO many of you chimed in with suggestions. Like, SOOOOO many of you! And I am so thankful, because I ended up finding a winner!
One of my favorite things to do here on the blog, is share things I’m currently obsessed with, design trends, or just plain ‘ol things that I am loving in the home decor world. So today, I’m doing just that! I’ve been noticing a trend lately in kitchen designs, and while white cabinets still tend to be on fire (which I am perfectly ok with), there is a new(ish) cabinet in town that seems to be making an entrance.
Yes, you are reading that title correctly! Friends I am going to WACO! I’m seriously in a bit of shock and awe myself, like please somebody pinch me, can this be a reality, but YES I will be heading to Waco, TX next week to attend Magnolia Markets Silobration event with Kilz brand paint. I seriously cannot believe it, even as I am typing these words, that this small town girl from NH, gets to visit Magnolia Market during the Silobration event, and hang out with my favorite paint line to top things off!!
Every year after all the different seasonal decor post have been published, I like to go back through and round up a photo from each post to group together the look from the entire season. I don’t know about you, but I like having everything in one spot, where I can find all of that seasons decor posts, and then hop around from post to post if I choose. It’s also fun to see the overall theme all in one post, and I can share more on why I chose those colors, or decorated the way I did. So here is my fall decor round up for 2018 from the fall seasonal posts this year.