Hello and welcome to the Summer Outdoor Spaces Blog Hop hosted by AnnMarie & Anne from Simply2Moms! If you’re visiting from Marly at A Brick Home, or if you just happened to stop by, I’m so glad you’re here.Read more
Have you ever really needed a lamp in a place there is no outlet nearby?
Yeah, me too! Sometimes, you just need a cordless table lamp.
A couple of months ago, I did a front porch tour in my stories on Instagram. I was honored to be asked to join in with 4 other ladies to do that tour. The video tour is saved in my Instagram hightlights if you care to watch it, and I will link the other ladies posts at the bottom of this one.Read more
Have you ever taken a road trip to Round Top, Texas??
In case you’re not familiar with Round Top, let me give you the Cliff notes version. It’s SO fun!!
I posted a picture of my fireplace and mantel recently on Instagram and I had lots of people message and ask questions about the fireplace screen, so I thought I would do a short blog post to answer questions about my fireplace screen makeover.Read more
I love to add garden ornaments and decorative things to my garden and flower beds. Sometimes I use vintage sculpture and architectural pieces which are great, but I wanted to share this garden ornament DIY that I made years ago. It adds a fun and unique element to the garden.Read more
Don’t you just love a beautifully layered bed??
Yeah, me too!! So, I wanted to share a bed linen layering idea that I use for all of my beds.Read more
After some experimenting I figured out how to make sheet music flowers several years ago when I opened my first store. I used them for decoration around my shop sign over my check out counter. So many people asked to buy them, I started making them available for purchase.Read more
I can’t wait to show you the transformation of this arched pantry door!
We built our farmhouse 4 years ago. The previous 2 years were spent designing, planning and purchasing one of a kind and vintage pieces to make our home unique. Lots of the doors in our home are antique, including our front and back doors and several doors that we had made into sliding barn doors.Read more
This piano stool has been in my family for probably 100 years. It was my great grandmother’s. It has been passed down through the years to my grandmother, then my mother. It’s been painted and repainted multiple times.Read more