Have you ever wanted to grow vines along a fence or wall in that pretty diamond pattern espalier? That’s called a Belgian fence, and we recently did just that! In this post I’m sharing the step-by-step plans as well as all the details you need to create one, too!
Do you struggle when it comes to decorating your walls? Today I’m sharing five fabulous tips for decorating with art!
I asked you all back in January what topics you’d like me to cover this year, and decorating with art was one of the ones that came up more than a few times. You asked for help with how to choose it. And where to find it.
Do you love hydrangeas but find it frustrating when they wilt soon after buying them? Learn my six tips for making cut hydrangeas last longer!
As many of you know, I’m a big believer in having fresh flowers in the house weekly, and hydrangeas are one of my all-time favorite flowers! They are a quintessential spring and summer flower and oh-so charming. There’s just something so endearing about those giant round blooms that speaks to me.
As much as I love a stunning and complicated floral arrangement, that isn’t really something I gravitate to. That’s fine for a hotel lobby or an elegant wedding, but at home I prefer things a little simpler. And lucky for me, that also equals cheaper! 😉
Do you sometimes feel stuck when it comes to decorating? I know I love reading decorating tips from other designers and/or bloggers, and seeing some of the processes that other people use. We all get stuck sometimes and it can be so helpful to hear what others do.
Those of you who know me know I love antiquing. And one of the things I found a couple of years ago that is a definite favorite is my vintage olive bucket. If you’re not familiar with them, they are old metal buckets that were used for gathering olives during the harvest, primarily in Italy and France, though they were used all over Europe.