Hi friends and welcome to the second month of our new Simply Home Series! We’re excited to bring you different ideas and tips each month, and this month we’re talking decor. More specifically, decorating with texture and the textures we love to use in our homes. (You can see last month’s post all about organizing by clicking here).
I know some of you are still in the midst of full-on winter. But I also know that around this time every year I start thinking about spring, so I imagine it’s the same for a lot of you!
Spring decor, spring blooms, garden planning, and sunshine are starting to bubble up in my imagination. And though it’s too early to do much garden planning yet (mine is a bare mess right now!), it’s not too early for some simple spring styling with a few flowers and some vignettes in the kitchen!
Hello friends and welcome to French Country Fridays! And Happy Valentine’s Day! Whether you’re celebrating with a romantic dinner with your love, a candy-filled day with your kids, or just a pint of ice cream in front of the TV, I hope you have a wonderful day filled with love!
Every year Pantone releases their much-anticipated “Color of the Year,” and this year, they’ve picked Classic Blue! There’s been a lot of talk about it ever since the release last month, both for and against. Pantone’s official statement says that it “reflects our desire for a dependable and stable foundation on which to build as we cross the threshold into a new era.” And decorating with blue is clearly very popular these days.
Hello friends and welcome to French Country Fridays! I hope you’ve all had a good week!
It’s funny, I know it’s only the first week of February but I swear this month is already going so fast! I’ve got lots to do to finish organizing my house, as well as plenty of projects we need to do. And so many posts planned for you guys that I hope to publish in the next couple of months ~ hopefully I can get it all done!
So for those of you who’ve only been subscribing for a short time, this fashion post may seem a little out of the blue, haha! But actually, I started my career in fashion (I was a stylist for almost 20 years), and I used to post about fashion much more often. So today, I want to touch on a winter version of one of my most popular posts, French Fashion Essentials.