So ironically, as I write this it is pouring rain today! Well, it may be raining outside, but it is full-on spring in here! Today I’m sharing some easy spring decorating ideas in the living room, and I’m joining over 20 friends who are also sharing some spring mantel and vignette ideas.
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.
Hello friends and welcome to French Country Fridays! We can fully embrace spring now right?! I figure after March 1st it’s officially spring in blog-land and this week we are sharing some beautiful spring inspiration!
From spring tablescapes and decor, to how to make a French trumeau mirror, to wine country travel tips – there’s lots of pretty, inspiring, and fun ideas for you this week!
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.
Hello friends and welcome to French Country Fridays! I hope you’ve all been having a wonderful week, and that maybe, just maybe, you’re getting a teeny-tiny taste of spring!
We’ve had unseasonably warm weather here all week and I must admit, it’s getting me in the mood for sure. There’s been a little sun, birds chirping and even a day I opened the windows – something I haven’t done in months!
Hello and welcome to another French Country Fridays! Wow, this week really flew by – did you feel like that?! I swear the more I have to do the quicker they go!
This week I started sharing a little bit of spring inspiration with my first spring decorating post, Simple Spring Styling in the Kitchen! And yesterday, I talked about the importance of incorporating texture in your home and the Five Essential Textures You Need in Every Room.