As promised, I’m back today with another spring post. If your weather is anything like ours, it feels like spring is still a long ways away ~ but I’m hopeful! I’m of the “If we decorate for it, it will come!” mind, and I’m sticking to it! 😉 We are in the midst of yet another rainstorm so a little spring cheer is definitely in order here!
Okay, I know I said I like winter. And I said I like rain. And I do. Except when it’s been weeks and weeks of it!
But this week we finally got some sun – and it felt so good! It’s still cold, but at least the grey skies are gone for now (though an Alaskan storm is supposed to bring snow this week – snow!!) If you’re anything like me, you’re ready for spring to arrive, so today I’m sharing some simple spring decorating in the kitchen.
Good morning friends, today I’m excited to be hosting a fall blog tour! I’ve hosted my Autumn’s in the Air tour for three years now, and am so glad to be doing it again this year with ten of my favorite blogger friends. If you’re coming here from Styled with Lace or another of the blogs and are new here, welcome!
I don’t know about you, but one of my absolute favorite things to decorate for fall is the front porch. There is just something about a porch all decked out in bales of hay, tons of pumpkins, and a leafy wreath that gets me in the mood for the season!
Hi friends! It’s been busy here at Maison de Cinq as I’m sharing my second fall tour in a week! I’m thrilled to be a part of the Seasonal Simplicity Fall Tour, hosted by Krista from The Happy Housie. Today I’m joining seven other bloggers and we’re all sharing our fall tours, with over 35 total sharing during this week. If you’re coming to me from Deeply Southern Home and are new to my blog, welcome! Be sure to scroll down to the end of the post to see all the inspiration!
I am so thrilled to be joining a fabulous fall blog hop put on by my very talented friend Kristen of Ella Claire. Today I’ll be sharing my fall family room all wrapped up in it’s warm colors of fall!
Much like I did with the living room mantel I shared last week, I went with what I consider to be traditional fall colors, but in more muted and slightly toned down shades. I love that the colors make the house feel cozy and warm, yet they are subtle enough to work in my mostly neutral house.