I live with a little boy who loves to point out anyone in the neighborhood who is doing a better job of decorating for Halloween than we are. I am sure you can understand what a serious blow this is to a DIYer at heart. I mean, I adore Halloween. I love all things ghosty.
“What kind of fall do you want this year?” This is a question I recently asked my husband. I crack myself up with questions like these, one because I do like to pretend that Hubby and I share the same love of all things decorative, and two, because I am genuinely interested in how he
If you’ve been following my blog for some time, then you know that I adore decorating for the holidays. And Easter is always so much fun with its pastel colors, and flowers in bloom, and nests and eggs and bunnies! I was especially excited to decorate this year as my family was coming in town
I love Valentine’s Day. Love, love, love it. Always have. But for one reason or another this year, it kept getting closer and closer, and I had not decorated. And we all have all been there–wanting to decorate, planning it in our heads, and then not finding the time. I had put so much time
I am one of those rare individuals that absolutely loves Winter. And if you love a season, I firmly believe you should incorporate it in your home decor. So instead of decorating for Valentine’s Day just yet, I am still relishing in cold snaps and crackling fires, bare branches, and fur blankets. Front Entry
Here I go again, flaunting my newbie status, posting about Halloween in November. Ha! But regardless of my slow-pokedness, the Hedlunds do love some Halloween. And this year was no different! Plus, we had my sister, brother-in-law, and nephew visiting, and I am telling you, they pretty much nailed Halloween this year! Loved, loved, loved their costumes!
While fall has officially arrived via calendar, mother nature has not quite caught up to speed here in Charleston. Nonetheless, I am not waiting for the weather any longer. I am slowly transitioning my home from summer… to Fall… And I am inviting you along in the process. Front Entry Sometimes, very little is