If you’re a regular reader then you know that I recently made the exciting announcement that I joined the bHome App (You can read all about the app here). And now, those talented ladies invited me to do a Holiday Tour with them, and well, of course I couldn’t say no! This is my third holiday tour this season (one more – stay tuned!) and though it sounds like a lot (especially for a not-so-big house!) I figure it’s better to break it up for all of you anyway. No one wants 50 photos in one post, and this way, I can talk details and really show you each area.
Happy Monday to you! Today is a special post as this is my first holiday tour of the season! I’m joining six other amazing bloggers to bring you a French Christmas Tour, hosted by my friend Lory of Designthusiasm. Many of the bloggers I’m joining today are people I was reading before I even started a blog. They are immensely talented, with gorgeous photography and styling, so be sure to scroll to the bottom and visit all of their posts!
Hello everyone and Happy Friday! If you’re coming here from my friend Oscar’s, welcome! I’m so glad you’ve stopped by. And if you’re a regular reader, today I have something special to share with you! This week I’m joining 13 amazing bloggers and we’re sharing our ideas on how to style your home for spring. We’re all doing a different take on the season. Some are doing tablescapes, some just a room, and some a whole house. There are a ton of ideas and all different styles, so you’re bound to find some inspiration! Today I’ll be sharing my new spring kitchen with you all!
Nature Inspired Christmas Tablescape
Neutral Fall Tablescape SourcesPheasant Plates: Victorian English Pottery from Home Goods White dinner plate: Le Grand Buffet by Sabatier (old) White charger: Athena by American Atelier (old) Silverware: Villeroy & Boch Linen runner and napkins: Williams SonomaWhite tablecloth: World MarketLive pumpkins and eucalyptus: super market/pumpkin patch Dried hydrangeas from my garden
Shop the Look!(*Please note some affiliate links have been used for your convenience.)I will be doing two more guest posts over at A Blissful Nest over the holiday season. Hope to see you over there next month! Sheila xo
Usually I only decorate for Halloween outside. Well, until last year, that is. It all started when I purchased the cutest Halloween plates on sale (yay!) from Williams Sonoma. I fell in love with them, and used them in last year’s tablescape. And because that was so fun, and also because I wanted to use them again, I decided to do another one this year. I did want to mix it up a little though, so even though I used the same plates, I tried to use different items everywhere else. And I didn’t want it to be too scary – we don’t really do scary here. This is what I came up with……