If your follow my blog, you know how much I love fall. Chilly weather, boots, crunchy leaves, and those amazing pumpkin spice lattes! Can I tell you guys a secret? I order them with only half the pumpkin spice flavor. … Continue reading
After owning my home for a few years, I’ve finally created the best yard on the block. It’s taken a lot of work to clean out overgrown gardens, plant new flowers, update landscaping, and rid the lawn of weeds. Maintenance … Continue reading
Because my dining room is combined with my living room, my dining table is one of the focal parts of my home. It sits in front of large windows that get the most beautiful morning sunlight (which makes for some … Continue reading
I bought my house when I was only 23 years old and have worked very hard to update and maintain it both inside and out. In a short few years, I have built a new shed, changed the landscaping across … Continue reading
One of the first projects I did when I bought my house was fixing up the lawn and landscaping. When I bought the house, the front garden was pretty overgrown with large pine bushes that just looked dated and messy. … Continue reading
This past weekend, we celebrated my brothers wedding on a beautiful, sunny spring day. The wedding was at a historic little church built in the 1800’s and had a pretty feminine theme. Apparently, its very hard to be a bridesmaid and capture … Continue reading
Fair warning– I’m not about to tell you guys how to build a shed because this project was a little beyond me (thank goodness for dads!). But, hopefully this may provide a little spring project inspiration for you all.
It is finally spring in Minnesota (other than that blizzard last week..). I’ve been anxiously awaiting setting up my patio this year after making new tropical-themed cushion covers and getting a new love-seat earlier this year.
Green: the color of my favorite coffee chain, suburban #lawngoals, the plants that I don’t kill, and the worst football teams. Shades of green have been trending in home decor for a while now, but it hasn’t always been my favorite … Continue reading
I feel like post-Christmas is the most awkward time of year for home decor. Its always sad (yet refreshing) to take down all of the holiday decor, but I never know what to replace it with. It feels to early for spring decor, but who decorates for valentines day?
This year I went for a minimal look with a few hints of spring as a refresh after all of the holiday decor. I may have gone a little overboard on the fake flowers, but there is still snow outside so its all I can do for now!