I’m a huge fan of botanical prints! They are such a cute and creative way to mix old with new when you are decorating. There are so many ways to display botanical prints, which makes them that much more fun to decorate with! Over at The Harper House I have rounded-up some of my favorite farmhouse style botanical prints (including free and budget-friendly options), as well as shared 4 different ways to display them. You are going to LOVE these!
If I am being completely honest with you all, I’m not the biggest fan of seasonal decor. Don’t get me wrong, decorating for Christmas is MY JAM, and I love fall decor! However, decorating for other holidays such as the Fourth of July and Easter, are just not my thing. With that confession out of the way, I wanted to share with you all some of the simple ways I DID decorate for Independence Day this year (which includes this super cute Land of the Free patriotic printable)!
It has been a couple months since the Spring One Room Challenge™ and I am feeling nostalgic about my first ORC experience! So I decided to take you all on a walk down “memory lane” and share with ya’ll my favorite room reveals from April’s ORC! If you have never heard of the One Room Challenge™ before it is a challenge to makeover a room from start to finish in just SIX WEEKS! Yes you heard me, just six weeks! If you are new to the blog you can take a look back at our ORC journey…
- ORC Week 1: Before/Inspiration Board
- ORC Week 2: Paint Colors
- ORC Week 3: Cabinet Hardware
- ORC Week 4: Laundry Co. Sign Tutorial
- ORC Week 5: Installing Cabinets & Butcher Block
- ORC Week 6: Final Reveal
Hey all! I’m so sorry that I have been silent for the last couple weeks, but I’M BACK with exciting news to share! I have officially become a blog contributor for Crystal over at The Weathered Fox!! This is such a fun opportunity that I am overjoyed to be a part of! With that said, check out how I created a patriotic tablescape inspired by the dining room from the Beanstalk Bungalow on Fixer Upper season 3.
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If you saw the reveal of our Modern Farmhouse Laundry Room last week that we were renovating as a part of the One Room Challenge you may have seen this jar of seemingly antique clothespins. What if I told you they were brand spankin’ new?! Say what?! That’s right, I bought them brand new from Walmart and Amazon. I had gone junkin’ trying to find the real deal, but the ones I came across were way out of my price range for simple jar filler (one store wanted $30 for a bag of them, nope!) Today, I’m going to let you in on a little secret: how to antique new clothespins! (Hint – you probably drink the stuff every morning!)