• How to make a Faux Floral Arrangement for a Table Centerpiece

    Spring is officially here and that means that flowers will be blooming once again! I love adding flowers to my decor and more often then not I use faux flowers to decorate with. There are so many positives about artificial flowers. My favorite things about them is that they can be used year after year and you never have to worry about them dying. Don’t get me wrong I love fresh flowers to, but faux flowers are just easier! I am going to show you step by step how to make a faux floral arrangement for your table centerpiece. There are a few Floral Arrangement tools that are needed when…

  • Living Coral Home Decor Accents

    Living Coral is Pantone’s Color of the year. So that means that you can plan on seeing this fresh vibrant hue popping up everywhere. This is such a fun cheerful color that will really bring a vibrant energy to any corner of your home. The possibilities to add this coral color to your home are endless! You can add touches of coral to your bedroom, living room, and basically every space inside and outside of your home. I have rounded up a collection of Living Coral home decor accents to help you find the perfect pop of Coral to add to your home. Coastal Relic Modern Ceramic Flower Vase ο»Ώ…

  • 13 Essentials for Spring Decorating

    I think it is safe to say that Spring is on its way and that makes me so happy! The sun has been shining brighter and the days are getting longer. Its no longer dark at 5 pm around here! With the changing of the weather it makes me want to freshen up the decor and bring in the fresh nature elements into my home. When I think of Spring here are a few things that come to mind that seem essential for spring decorating. I have rounded up the 13 essentials for spring decorating to share them with you today! 1. Spring Flowers – Tulips, Daffodils, and Hyacinths to…

  • Paper Heart Garland

    Valentines Day is almost here! I shared a throwback to last years Simple Valentines day decor on Instagram and I realized that I never shared how I made my heart garland. This paper heart garland is a quick cheap DIY Valentines day craft that will add a touch of Valentines cuteness to any spot in your home! I didn’t put up my paper heart garland up right away this year because I wasn’t sure where to use it. So I kept it tucked away in my Valentines Day decor bin to be pulled out when I found a place for it. Then of course I misplaced the bin! I seriously…

  • 5 Simple ways to Decorate for Valentines Day

    You don’t have to go all out decorating for Valentines day. Simple touches are a great way to decorate for this short holiday! I am not a fan of the in your face Valentines decor and prefer to add the smaller touches around the house. Here are my five tips for Simple ways to decorate for Valentines day. 1. Add just a touch of Valentines Day Color Adding just a pop of color is a great way to add the feel of the holiday to your home. A touch of red or maybe a hint of pink is all you need to dress up the space. I like to do…

  • Neutral Nutcracker Tablescape

      The Nutcracker. It is a Christmas classic full of color and sparkle and Christmas magic. I decided to take a new spin on the nutcracker Christmas decorations and create a Neutral Nutcracker Tablescape with just a small touch of color and the same amount of Christmas magic.     I had a few of these neutral nutcrackers already from a few years ago and I remember thinking when I created last years Christmas tablescape how fun it would be to create a neutral nutcracker tablescape for Christmas. Last year I didn’t have enough nutcrackers and by the time I started looking there weren’t any to be found as most…

  • A Rustic Christmas Mantel

      Welcome Friends! This Christmas season is just flying by! Our family will be celebrating Christmas on the 15th, which is this Saturday! The kids are more then excited to kick of the Christmas celebrations early but celebrating 10 days early means my Christmas season has been extra short this year! Or maybe it will feel longer because we have more Christmas celebrations to look forward to. We shall see! I am just glad I am done shopping…Now if those last minute Amazon purchases show up on time so I can wrap them, I will be all set!   I have shared with you my Plaid Christmas Tree and my…

  • Plaid Tidings – A Plaid Christmas Living Room

      Plaid Tidings!   Welcome to my plaid Christmas living room! I am feeling way behind in sharing my Christmas living room this year, especially since it has been up since November! Between hosting Thanksgiving and then our whole family taking turns being sick and adding in the non existent sunshine and it just wasn’t happening. Now Thanksgiving is over, my family is healthy once more and we finally had 5 minutes of sunshine this week I am able to share my Christmas plaid living room with you!   My bushel basket lid accent wall got a touch of fresh Christmas cheer with some evergreens and berry sprays. I made…

  • DIY Burlap Sack Wall Art

      Today I am going to show you how I made my DIY burlap sack wall art that I used in my living room fall decor this year. Its a quick DIY project that can be easily customized to have any phrase or saying that would fit your decor. Its a fun new way to decorate your walls too! I needed something to add to the space behind my little vintage farmhouse table in the living room. I wanted something rustic to go with my fall decor and I needed something to fill the space but be simple at the same time.     I have used burlap sacks in…

  • 5 Elements to Create the Perfect Fall Porch

      Fall has arrived and now it is time to decorate your porch for the season! It doesn’t matter if you have a big or small porch or really no porch at all, you can still decorate the space around your front door to be warm and inviting for the fall!  I am going to give you the 5 key elements to create the perfect fall porch you simply need to implement them in a way that works for your home!   1. Pumpkins and Gourds in all shapes and sizes   You may have guessed that pumpkins and gourds were going to be apart of this list. I mean…