It’s interesting to discover what people splurge on. We all have our reasons and justifications for spending on the things we do. I’ve found it to be a very personal subject, one that is intertwined with who we are and what motivates us. My family, from when I was a child, chose to splurge on … Continue reading What Do You Splurge On?
My favorite time of year has arrived! These warm fall colors bring comfort to my world. Happy Fall Equinox! A casual fall tablescape. A sunflower pillow adding softness to a fireplace hearth. Dressing up a front door with tartan ribbon, pinecones and fall leaves. Autumn flowers in a vase that looks Italian, but came from … Continue reading Happy Fall Equinox!
ColorSnap is an extremely useful app that can be used to find the perfect paint color for our walls, furniture or anything else we wish to paint. Sherwin-Williams created this app and has made improvements, through updates, which makes it a very practical tool when trying to decorate our spaces. I uploaded these photos and … Continue reading ColorSnap
My neck of the woods is full of artists! As I was thinking about who I knew that I could blog about with creative talent, I was pleasantly surprised that my list just keeps getting longer and longer. I’m spotlighting Jeff McCandless who owns McCandless Custom Woodworks. He’s a master woodworker. He has been working … Continue reading Artist Spotlight: McCandless Custom Woodworks, Jeff McCandless, Artist
I once visited The Palace of Versailles in France. It’s pretty fabulous. If you are a history buff, an architecture guru, a landscaping master, or a design enthusiast, put it on your bucket list. The design elements of Versailles can actually be brought into our own homes in small doses. If you love crystal chandeliers, … Continue reading It’s a French Thing
There is nothing wrong with purchasing darling fox salt and pepper shakers to add to your fall dining room table. Absolutely nothing. HA! Happy decorating! Caprice~Cailin Design Continue reading Foxy Salt and Pepper
I don’t have a screened-in porch in my own home, but my neighbor, who just happens to be the person who gave birth to me, does. My sister and I spent a lot of time out on this porch while growing up. We played pet store here, king of the mountain, Barbies, matchbox cars, jacks, … Continue reading Life on a Porch