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
I recently took a quick work trip to New York City but was able to squeeze in a little time for shopping and exploring. NYC is not my favorite place, but I try to be inspired where I can be!
I don’t have a way to describe my decor other than trying to stick to a freshened midcentury look without getting too modern. When I first bought my house, I didn’t have a lot of money for decor (I was 23 years old okay!). I inherited a lot of beautiful antique items from my grandma and did what I can to decorate with them. Over the years, these items have become a part of my personal style and I love how they have meaning to me other than just as decor pieces.
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!
Last weekend I toured the historic Burwell House in Minnetonka, Minnesota. The house was built in the late 1800’s and has been preserved and restored to be historically accurate. The workmanship and interior of the house are stunning. It was … Continue reading
I recently toured the new Minnesota Vikings stadium and I’m so excited about what a beautiful addition it is to the Minneapolis skyline. I work in downtown and don’t appreciate how beautiful it is often enough. Here are some of my favorite shots of the beautiful city from the past few months!