I love IKEA. And I love a good IKEA Hack. When I first set out to build the entertainment center for our family room, I will tell you, I did not have IKEA in mind, nor did I ever imagine myself coming up with my own hack (usually I just enjoy the inspiration of others).
So I will start by saying that I initially had no idea what I was going to do for my Valentine’s Day Decor this year. I was still suffering post traumatic stress from last year’s Valentine’s Day debacle. I was so determined to keep red out of Valentine’s Day last year, sticking with my new
Winter is my favorite season. There is something beautiful in the blue-gray sky of winter, and of stark trees with twiggy branches. I love cold air where you can see your breath, and frost on windows, and I get excited about wearing a sweater and scarf over shorts and flipflops. Maybe this stems from growing
Okay, I have serious issues. Because what I was supposed to be doing was this: putting away Christmas decorations. And I did do that (hmm…for the most part). But when I got to my Christmas Table Decor, and I started putting away the holiday plates, and the glass Christmas trees, and anything else directly related to
Well, you can tell that I am still a newbie blogger, because I could not, for the life of me, get my act together to blog about my Christmas decor before the actual holiday itself. Blame it on being a full-time working mother, or the fact that I crammed too much into one already-busy month,
Welcome to my Fall Home Tour. This year, I decided to go pink. Non-traditional, I know, but I love muted pinks and blush tones. There’s a softness to those colors that just lends itself to a season of knitted mittens, and fuzzy blankets, and snuggles by a crackling fire. I love Fall, can you tell? Tablescape I thoroughly enjoy decorating my
It’s so hard to decorate for fall when it’s still so hot here in Charleston, but don’t think for one second that I’m not silently begging the weather to change! I’m ready for crisp breezes, and sweaters, and pumpkins, and the smell of fireplaces smoking in the evening. I’m ready for acorns, and crunchy leaves, and chili