Do you like to set goals or make a list of the home improvements you’re planning for the year ahead? Me too! Today I’m sharing my plans for our projects and makeovers for the coming year, as well as reviewing what we did accomplish in 2020.
There’s nothing like an evening by the fire at Christmas-time. This tour is different than most in that all the photos were taken at night, revealing the magic of a cozy candlelight Christmas at home.
Today’s tour is a special one, and different than anything else I do all year. Today I’m joining some friends for the Christmas Nights Tour hosted by Rachel of Maison de Pax.
The porch and entry way are ready for the holidays! Lots of greenery and a subtle French influence are what inspired this simple holiday decorating.
Hi friends and welcome to my final holiday tour of the season! Today I’m joining Krista of The Happy Housie for her annual Seasonal Simplicity Series and I’m excited to share my porch and entry with you. If you’ve landed here from Inspiration for Moms or any of the other ladies, welcome!
Today I’m sharing five quick and easy Christmas decorating ideas. These are simple ideas that are easy to recreate, and that’ll help you bring the best of the holiday season to your home, with minimal effort!
Maybe you don’t want, or can’t have a large tree, or you don’t like to store a lot of Christmas decor, but you still want to decorate for the holidays – then this post is for you!
Today’s holiday tour features simple Christmas decorating in the kitchen! This year I’m channeling a more European-inspired feeling, with a simple, neutral palette and lots of greenery.
Good morning friends! Today I’m excited to be sharing the rest of my Christmas decorating, finally! For some reason this year I really took my time. I don’t know if it was because I was savoring it, or just because I was busy (haha!), but either way, the simple European inspired decor was something I didn’t rush and I’m loving the simplicity.
Today’s post features gorgeous neutral French farmhouse Christmas decor in the family room. Whites and silvers, along with natural elements like pinecones and dried oranges, create a simple but elegant holiday with a nod to European Christmases of years past.