Trying To Be Good
My mom and I spent last Saturday going to some antique and junk shops, I am yearning for the flea market and I needed a quick fix. I promised myself that I would not overspend on something just because I was desperate for a good find. Our shopping trip proved fruitful, I did not overspend (actually quite the contrary) and I found quite a few exciting things, this transferware platter is one of them. I have been wanting to put something different in this space above the hooks in my kitchen…
Jessica on Instagram: “i trimmed some rosemary to dry out for dyeing and picked a few lemons from a heavy branch, and now the dreaded task of folding laundry…”
3,325 Likes, 38 Comments - Jessica (@dearestdaughters) on Instagram: “i trimmed some rosemary to dry out for dyeing and picked a few lemons from a heavy branch, and now…”
Six French Country bloggers share weekly inspiration on French Country decor, shopping, lifestyle, and diy. Every Friday, we offer you French Country Friday!
Cedar Hill Farmhouse is sharing how to shuffle furniture in the dining room for this week's French Country Friday, along with five other French Country bloggers!
Satori Hudson Fog Gray 11-in x 12-in Matte Porcelain Hexagon Wall Tile | 1001-0217-0
Glazed porcelain tile from the Hudson collection is dense, durable and moisture resistant. Neutral gray color updates any space with a clean look in any decor from contemporary to traditional. Classic hexagon mosaic pattern with mesh backing for easy installation. Impervious tile is suitable for use in wet rooms, such as bathrooms. For interior floor or wall tile use only. 10.79-In W x 12.48-in L, 6 mm thick individual tile covers 0.93 sq ft. Ideal for use in bathrooms, kitchens…
Jenni Yolo | I SPY DIY on Instagram: “We slowed things down at the end of this week. Took family walks in the woods, read books to Baby Girl, played in the bath extra long…”
4,366 Likes, 69 Comments - Jenni Yolo | I SPY DIY (@ispydiy) on Instagram: “We slowed things down at the end of this week. Took family walks in the woods, read books to Baby…”