Easter is such a special time of the year. Spring is just starting to bring its light, color and new growth around here. Living in Denver, our spring arrives a little late, but a few of our early bloomers are beginning to show their happy faces. Over the last couple of weeks, I have shared a few posts of some of my spring and Easter decor, so today I thought I would pull it all together in an Easter Home Tour.
Being so excited about the upcoming spring, I started early with adding some spring decor to our island in the kitchen. This season, I decided to keep things fresh and simple and mostly worked with just green and white.
Welcome to my last post of my Christmas Home Tour featuring our kitchen! I have really enjoyed putting these posts together and I appreciate you stopping by to see some of my favorite Christmas decorations this year. Having only started this blog a few months, I have learned so much and hope some of what I am sharing is meaningful and helpful to you! To see some of the other posts in the tour, click on these links.
As I sit here writing, the snow is falling and it now appears that we will have a white Christmas. Being born and raised in Texas, having any amount of snow on the ground on Christmas Day is truly special!! Because of the snow, it is especially “beginning to look a lot like Christmas” around here!
Welcome to the fourth post in my Christmas Home Tour! Today, I am sharing my Christmas Trees, which I redesign every year. Each year, my tastes change, furnishings and accessories change and I get inspired by other designs I see throughout the year. All of these Christmas trees have been featured in my other Christmas Home Tour posts, so if you are interested in seeing them in their spaces, click the links below…
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