Traditional Christmas Entertaining and Table Decoration Ideas – We are in the middle of the dining room makeover but I am so excited to show off this year’s Christmas table which is Scottish heritage themed.
It’s funny how being away can give you clarity on some things. After spending most of the summer remodeling my parent’s house, I have been pumped to get back home and get to work on the plans that swirl in my head.
So here I am revved and raring to go to start painting on the dining room this week!
But until then, see the design and inspiration.
Mixed metals are one of interior design’s newest trends. The juxtaposition between two different metals adds more personality, warmth and dimension to your space. We want to share with you the top three mixed metal combinations right now and why we love them.
When it’s cold outside, it’s a great time for small home improvement projects. This week I am republishing an older post about how we tackled repairing and replacing the interior window sills in the dining room and entry way. I hope it will inspire you that small projects can make a big impact!
It’s been a little while since I’ve joined my friends for a seasonal decorating tour, but I am so excited to be joining in the Come Home For Christmas Tour! Today, I am sharing our fully functional and Christmas decorated foyer and dining room. It’s a big change from last year!
Finding just the right curtains can be a real pain. And even if you do find the perfect pattern and weight, they have to be the right length and top. But never fear! You can easily change the style to suit you needs or even make your own curtains in an afternoon. Today I am sharing with you how to add grommets to curtain panels because it’s a pretty simple project.
My Classic Chic Dining Room is done! I’m so excited I was able to complete the One Room Challenge on time. All the little details worked out and it looks similar and completely different at the same time. I have to say I love how the room turned out and I hope you like it too!
Welcome to week 5, the last week before the reveal, of the One Room Challenge! I created a gallery wall
Sometimes there is a project that even the most experienced DIYer regrets. Today, I am sharing my personal DIY nightmare in the hopes that others can learn from it and never have the experience that I did.
Welcome to Part II of my home tour! Today’s post focuses more of the rustic elements but has some dashes of whimsy thrown in to create a segue into the upbeat and cheerful living room.
I am sharing an adorable idea for a DIY table centerpiece today. I love this easy and super cute bamboo centerpiece which was inspired by a great friend. This project cost less than $15 for two vases (including the roses which were the most expensive part).
I’m back with the lovely ladies from the #MakeIt Challenge group with an easy Thanksgiving craft to decorate your table with! As I shared on Friday, I have been working hard on the dining room so that it will be ready for the holidays. So I look forward to being in the kitchen making that insanely large Thanksgiving meal. And, of course, a beautifully decorated table would just make me all warm and fuzzy.