We recently had our patio redone and expanded, so I wanted to give our patio décor a refresh as well! Our outdoor planters were all different colors and most of them were showing the wear and tear of being exposed to the elements for years. Brand new planters, especially larger options, can be really expensive, so I didn't want to buy new because we just made a significant investment in the patio itself. I have been seeing some beautiful trends this season for outdoor plan
I love walking the aisles of my local thrift shops trying to find hidden treasures in the massive amount of "stuff". I have been collecting these metal pieces for a few months, unsure of what to do with them, but inspiration finally hit as I stacked them to put them away one weekend. With a little hot glue and a few coats of spray paint, these metal plates, trays, and basket transformed into gorgeous wall art! I played around with size combinations until I was happy with th
One of my favorite things about hosting an event or holiday at my home is decorating - especially the dining table! I love mixing and matching dinnerware and choosing a "theme" for my table. Spring and Easter are full of COLOR and this year, I wanted to try to add some easy and inexpensive DIY details to my table scape to make it extra special. What I love most is that the projects I chose are all things my son can help with! I'm sharing 3 DIY projects that are so simple t
One of my very favorite things to style each season is my front porch. I think the reason is because it's the first impression people get of our home and I love to make it feel as warm and inviting as possible. Spring is probably the best season to style for because I love to bring in ALL the color! And with color, comes flowers! It's way too early in the season to fill my pots with all of my favorite plants, but signs of spring are definitely showing up on my front door!