I have big news to share today – something very exciting has arrived here at Maison de Cinq! A dream come true, actually! If you follow me over on Instagram, then you already know what my ‘big news’ is! 😉 But for those of you who don’t, I recently purchased an antique Mora clock! This is something I’ve been dreaming of for years. Something that, although I’ve looked, I didn’t really think I’d ever find.
Hello friends, and welcome to our weekly French Country Fridays post where we all share some French-ish inspiration!
We’ve been continuing our cold weather and rain, and we even had sleet today – sleet!! They predicted snow but we ended up just getting some sleet. I’ll tell you, my spring decorating that I shared earlier this week feels a little like a reverse rain dance, haha! Like if I decorate for it, it will come! (Crossing my fingers on that one!)
I’m sure we all have cabinets and closets in our homes that are disorganized, and I am no exception! My large built-ins in my family room have been in pretty bad shape for awhile now, and one of my resolutions for the New Year was to get them in shape. Last summer I shared the re-styling of the shelves with you, but now it was time to tackle the inside!
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.
Hello friends! Happy Best-Day-of-the-Week and welcome to French Country Fridays! It’s been a very exciting week on the decor front here at MdC!
For those of you who follow me on Instagram, a pretty major item arrived this week. A dream-come-true item, actually! And I will be posting all about it next week. I’ll be sharing the full story of how I came to find it, along with lots of reveal photos, of course! I’m looking forward to hearing what you think!