There's nothing like a comfy bedroom to make you feel at home and be able to relax. And if farmhouse decor is what you like don't worry, you can get the look in almost any style home. We live in a 1960's ranch style home and our master bedroom decor is cozy farmhouse style with miscellaneous bits of vintage added to the mix. The look has evolved over time as our collections have grown and as the things on our wish list have gone on sale. Read on for some simple tips on how you can add cozy farmhouse touches to any bedroom.
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It's no secret that I have a soft spot for pretty flowers, especially when I'm able to clip them from our own yard. Do I love gardening? Not really. It gets very hot and humid here in Tennessee during the summer months and I try to avoid activities that make me sweat profusely. So pulling weeds and coddling plants is definitely not my thing. But I do love pretty flowers, especially hydrangeas and peonies, which we are fortunate to have both in our yard.
Here's a super simple project that you can do in no time. It's a recycled, upcycled, DIY, designer project that will make your kitchen a little prettier and needs no tools or paint! Sound too good to be true? It's true, I promise!
Let's face it, we don't all live in mansions with large entryways or mud rooms. So sometimes it takes some very creative thinking to carve out a stylish landing zone for your keys, mail, shoes, purse, etc. Our 1960's home has a really small entryway and it's been quite a challenge to make it functional while keeping it pretty.
Need some ideas for your small entryway? Then keep reading because I'm sharing some beautiful small entryways with wonderful ideas for storage and decor.