This is Halloween

Well, like everything that has been of the year 2020, we have no idea what Halloween will look like. So, in trying to still make the most of it, and still enjoy every holiday to the fullest, I decided to have some fun decorating for Halloween, which oddly enough – I’ve never really done before!…

Touches of Fall

All the stores are busting out the Fall decorations, and even some Christmas… but I don’t judge! This year I opted for touches of turquoise and goldenrod to incorporate my existing decor and keep with a minimalistic vibe.

The Boys’ Abode

The boys’ shared room has a fun, funky vibe with Southwest – boho flair!  I wanted to add some “Western” decor without going overboard with the whole Cowboys and Indians thing… so, this is the direction I went.  Geometric patterns with woven Mexican blankets.  Faux cowhide rug.  A longhorn tapestry.  Tin initials.  Antique knick-knacks. The…

New Home

We recently took a leap of faith and moved out of our comfort zone {quite literally} to another state.  With the rising cost of living expenses in CA, we knew if we ever wanted to thoroughly enjoy life and not be constantly strapped for cash, we had to move!  So, after a lot of prayer…

Succulent Love

I LOVE succulents.  They’re hearty plants that come in a gorgeous array of shapes, colors, and textures.  Their greatest quality is that they are low maintenance!  Even the blackest of thumbs can seem like an expert gardener with succulents on display.  Here are a few ideas of how to display them in and around your…

Spring Table Vignette

Spring is one of my favorite times of the year.  The weather is warm, but not too hot, the landscape filled with the scenery of life blooming all around.  Flowers, greenery, it all just makes me happy.  Here is a dining table display or vignette using a rattan tray, some recycled bottles, fruits and flowers and other…

Home Tour

I’m a plant-loving, rustic-chic, bohemian, type girl.  I love my greenery all throughout my house, not just in my yard.  I enjoy touches of industrial decor as well as calming hues like blues and greens.  I like to re-use and recycle pieces I already have, as well as finding “new” thrift shop items to transform…