If you’re a regular reader then you know that I recently made the exciting announcement that I joined the bHome App (You can read all about the app here). And now, those talented ladies invited me to do a Holiday Tour with them, and well, of course I couldn’t say no! This is my third holiday tour this season (one more – stay tuned!) and though it sounds like a lot (especially for a not-so-big house!) I figure it’s better to break it up for all of you anyway. No one wants 50 photos in one post, and this way, I can talk details and really show you each area.
Good morning everyone! I must admit I’m definitely feeling festive and really starting to get in the holiday mood! Thanksgiving was last week, and I’ve been busy finishing up the decorating over the last few days. (Which also means I now have permission to blast Christmas music daily!) And I’m excited to be joining 14 fellow bloggers for a Holiday Home Tour today! These holiday home tours are definitely my favorite posts to do all year. Not only do I love decorating for the holidays, but I get so much inspiration and sheer joy from looking at all the other houses dressed up, too! If you’re coming here from Kathleen at Lindsay Hill Interiors, thanks so much for stopping by. Kathleen has the most beautiful taste, and her Christmas decor is no exception!
Happy Monday to you! Today is a special post as this is my first holiday tour of the season! I’m joining six other amazing bloggers to bring you a French Christmas Tour, hosted by my friend Lory of Designthusiasm. Many of the bloggers I’m joining today are people I was reading before I even started a blog. They are immensely talented, with gorgeous photography and styling, so be sure to scroll to the bottom and visit all of their posts!
Hi everyone and welcome to a special post this week. I’m excited to be joining with some blogger friends to bring you an Easter blog hop! If you’re coming here from Lisa at Farmhouse on Boone, welcome! I’m so happy you’ve stopped by. And if you’re a regular reader, you know that last week I shared a bit of spring decor in my kitchen. This time around, I’m sharing my Easter decor in the kitchen, dining room and living room. There are 9 others joining me, so I hope you’ll stay tuned until the end and then go visit all the other talented bloggers listed at the bottom of the post!
|This might be my all-time favorite inspiration photo! It has all the elements I’m going for in my own home. Via Veranda.|
|Via Pottery Barn.|
|Via Pottery Barn.|
|Suzanne Kasler via Traditional Home.|
|Via Country Living.|
|Via Traditional Home.|
|So simple, and so lovely. Via Better Homes and Gardens.|
|Lisa Luby Ryan via Veranda magazine.|
|Adore this simple wreath adorned with old bells. Via Shades of Blue Interiors.|
|Via Dreamy White Lifestyle.|
|Designer Lisa Luby Ryan via Traditional Home.|
|Stunning entry! Lisa Luby Ryan via Traditional Home.|
|Love this whole scene! Via Craftberry Bush.|
|Gorgeous!! Via Monika Hibbs.|
|I’m beyond in love with this Christmas porch! Via Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles.|
I hope you’re all enjoying the time leading up to the holidays. I know we all can get so crazy trying to get everything done in time, that sometimes we rush right by it and don’t get to actually enjoy it. Wishing you time to slow down and savor this wonderful time of year, while spending time with the ones you love.
Plaid in fashion…..
|One of my favorite pins ever! Love the colorful scarf against the camel coat.|
|I’m seriously in love with this coat! Why am I such a coat person when I live in Southern California???!|
|Tartain pants! Adorable.|
|Perfect casual winter day outfit! And those red wellies!!|
Plaid in Christmas decor….=&3=&
|Possibly the cutest porch scene ever! Perfection. Via Craftberry Bush.|
|Love the pop this plaid gives to this otherwise very neutral room. And how cute are those window shades?|
|Just lovely. Via Craftaholics Anonymous.|
|This is a tablescape I did recently using my new plates from Home Goods. The whole tablescape (with sources) can be seen here.|
|Via Better Homes and Gardens.|
|Again, just a touch of plaid in a neutral room can be very sophisticated.|
|Via Pottery Barn.|
|Beautiful! Via In Good Taste.|
|Just a touch in this room really pops. Via Pottery Barn.|
|Love this tablesetting. Via Williams Sonoma.|