• DIY Corn Husk Wreath for Fall

    Hey friends! I am excited to share with you how I made this DIY corn husk wreath for this months Thrifty Thursday roundup! It is super simple and totally on trend for this years fall decor! I saw a similar one at Target this year and just knew I had to share how I made mine! I actually made mine last fall but never got around to sharing how I made it. To be honest it wasn’t love at first sight. I had a vision in my head on how I wanted it to be and then when I was done, it just wasn’t it. I am going to try…

  • Burgundy Fall Porch Decor

    September rolled in with a cool breeze and Aldi’s started selling mums and it put me in that fall mood. I mean I still have to wear shorts when I am wearing my hoodies, otherwise I will sweat to death, but hey I will take it! I got the idea for my Burgundy fall porch last year, so when I saw the deep red colored mums this year I just couldn’t pass them up! Here is my all Burgundy and white themed fall porch. I just love the contrast that the burgundy and warm wood tones have against the white. I have a small front porch so it doesn’t take…

  • How to Frame a Bathroom Mirror

    This post is sponsored by Frame My Mirror. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Does your bathroom have one of those plain blah looking mirrors in it? Today I am going to show you how to upgrade that builder grade mirror and add some beautiful character to your bathroom by simply adding a frame to your mirror! I am not sure what the best part of this DIY project was – The fact that I was able to easily frame a bathroom mirror without removing it from the wall, or that the whole project took less than 30 minutes to frame two bathroom mirrors or that this bathroom now…

  • A Coastal Farmhouse Dining Room for Summer

    I know so many people are ready for fall decorating once August 1st arrives. Normally I am one of those people, but this year I am holding onto Summer just a little bit longer. Maybe it is because I have a new baby and don’t want to wish time away so quickly right now. Plus I haven’t gotten around to sharing my Coastal Farmhouse dining room with you and I just can’t let summer wrap up without sharing it, because I love it! I also have a few tips on how to add Coastal Farmhouse decor look on a budget! I am pretty sure that I say this every season,…

  • Beach Days of Summer Porch Decor

    This post is sponsored by Carpet One. All Thoughts and opinions remain my own. I spend a lot of time decorating and re-decorating the inside of my house but let’s not forget about the area that welcomes people first, the porch! I teamed up with Carpet One to give my porch a beachy summer makeover. I love summer time and being outside in the sunshine, but I really love spending my days at the beach. We try and go to the beach as often as we can during the short Minnesota summer. This summer has been extra hot and humid here and going to the beach is the only way…

  • 4th of July Farmhouse Decor in the Living Room | New & Vintage Decor

    The 4th of July seemed to arrive so quickly this year! My 4th of July decor has been up for awhile but I have been so busy enjoying the summertime with my kids and getting ready for baby #3 to arrive that it sort of snuck up on me. But I couldn’t let one of my favorite holidays pass by without sharing my decor – even if it is a bit late! I really love the way this years 4th of July Farmhouse decor in the living room turned out! It has a lot of vintage touches and a few handmade and some newer store bought finds, which pretty much…

  • How to make a Farmhouse Hoop Wreath

    Welcome Friends! Today I am going to share with you how to make a simple Farmhouse hoop wreath! This project didn’t cost my anything as I already had everything on hand, but this is a very budget friendly project even if you don’t have the things on hand yet! What I love about this wreath besides being a budget friendly decor item is that it can be made for any season depending on what type of greenery that you use, it can also be made in any size that you want based on the hoop that you use to make your wreath! Farmhouse Hoop Wreath Supplies Embroidery hoop Greenery Jute…

  • How to Create a Wooden Spoon Display in the Kitchen

    School is finished for the year which means it is officially summer time around here! I have been working on transitioning my decor from Spring to Summer. I changed up the decor in my dining room hutch and ended up not using my jar of vintage wooden spoons in my summer decor. I was getting tired of the look of the wooden spoons just sitting in a glass jar. They have been that way since I collected enough to display. I did dress up the jar a little bit with a mini ‘E’ sign from Hobby Lobby, but besides that my wooden spoon display hadn’t changed much besides being shuffled…

  • How to create a Farmhouse Style Vignette with Thrift Store Finds

    Thrift store finds are a great way to add some budget friendly decor to your home! I am going to show you how I made this farmhouse style vignette using thrift store finds. Before I do that I came up with a little story of how this vignette came to be. This farmhouse style vignette idea was all inspired by a pretty plant picture that a friend of mine share on Instagram and was crafted after the ” If you give a mouse a cookie” book. If you show a girl a pretty plant picture If you show a girl a pretty plant picture and tell her how easy it…

  • How to make DIY Candlesticks | Thrift Store Upcycle Project

    Today I have a fun thrift store upcycle project to share with you – DIY Candlesticks. I am going to show you how I turned an old headboard into some vintage inspired distressed pillar candle holders! Before I get into that I am excited to share that I have joined up with a lovely group of bloggers for Thrifty Thursday – Where each of us will share a DIY upcycled project or thrift store makeover on the last Thursday of the month. If you are joining me from another blog, Welcome! I am so happy your here to check out my first ever Thrifty Thursday project! My name is Jaclyn…