Last week I spent an idyllic week at our ranch in Montana. I was supposed to be there closing up the house for the winter, but in the process of washing, storing and boxing up, I found myself taking in all of the fall beauty and trekking through the woods filled with fall colors. I had my camera with me and took a bunch of photos, so today, I thought I would share a little Fall tour of our Montana ranch.
Holly and her family have a home in Washington state where they spend part of the year and a cabin in Montana that they visit seasonally, but today I want to share their stunning home in Utah with you all. From the gorgeous stone interior to all of the design and decor details this home is what dreams are made of!
I find that the “season” between seasons can be difficult to navigate when it comes to home decor. The bright colors of summer naturally give way to the warmer tones of fall, but while the weather is still warm or we are not in full fall mode, it can be complicated to keep seasonal decor. If you're looking to decorate for Fall this will be a great start without overwhelming you!
It’s that time of year, when I am inspired to clean out and refresh many areas of my home, including those that are often neglected throughout the year. Get all of you linen in order. Reorganize your linen. Learn how to easily organize a linen cabinet to keep it tidy in the coming months. Save this to your board for later.
Hi Friends! I thought I'd share a little secret with you. I am excited to share with you 50 of my favorite decor finds, all under $50. Find something new to put on your kitchen countertop. Grab some throws and a pillow to change the vibe of your living room completely. If you are looking for more inspiration for even more affordable decor, visit us at Sanctuary Home Decor.
When I plan my holiday tables, I often lean toward the non-traditional. Hues of deep purple and copper can say fall, Christmas and winter to me as much as more traditional colors. This year I decided to create a holiday tablescape using tones that look beautiful in any season. The result is a romantic and slightly vintage holiday table that is beautiful for any celebration.
I was sorting through a bunch of books that had been collecting dust in the closet and simultaneously organizing a bunch of craft supplies when I discovered a perfect match; a stack of scrapbook paper and several hardcover books. It occurred to me that I could create some easy DIY decorative book covers, in specific colors, to use in many of my decor projects.
I’ve been searching for dining room inspiration lately. Ever since we moved into our home, I have wanted to change the look of our dining room, but have struggled with what would not only look beautiful but also be practical. This means I have spent hours scouring Pinterest and designers websites looking for something to...
I want our houseguests to feel comfortable and pampered when they stay with us, so I go the extra mile to make sure they have everything they need. That extends to the amenities in the bathroom, so I have found an affordable and beautiful way to keep the bathroom stocked and looking great all season. Today I’m sharing my tips for how to create a spa-style guest bathroom that your company will love!
Many of you commented on the arrangements I created and lamented the fact that the flowers I used were not available in your area, so today I have a solution for you!! I recreated two of the summer arrangements made from my garden flowers using gorgeous faux alternatives. I have all of the details and the exact “recipe” for how to make each one below.
I have always loved topiaries, but as I’ve shared in the past, I have a bit of a black thumb, so I have never had much luck with live plants. I looked at A LOT of topiaries as inspiration for this look and found that there are many options out there at several different price points. I’ve put together some sources for you, in case you’re interested in creating a similar look in your home.
Who doesn't love a good simple refresh? Refreshing a family room doesn't happen overnight. It is a slow transition. With a minimal budget and a few simple changes, you can make your family room light and bright refresh in only five easy steps. Replace oversized dark furniture with simple light pieces, add colorful flowers, replace mirrors with glass and add some simple decor and there you have a simple refresh in five simple steps.
This week we are talking about how to transition from summer to fall home decor. If you're as in love with Fall decorating as I am you're going to love this one. Because I am OBSESSED with copper this year, I put one of my favorite large copper bowls filled with neutral pumpkins and some eucalyptus branches on my other island.
Have you dreamed about planting an English Garden? Today I'll share you how we built our Romantic English Garden. Learn all of the tips and tricks to this amazing build. Here you'll find resources to help you tranform your graden a beautiful romantic english garden. Save this to your board for later.
I have set many outdoor tables over the past 20 years for everything from kid’s birthday parties to anniversary dinners to girl’s night gatherings. Each one is slightly different but they all have similar elements…beautiful linens, an abundance of flowers, and a few special touches to make sure my guests are comfortable. Today I thought I would show you 10 ways to set an outdoor table from super casual to extra special and everything in between.
Last year, when our home was photographed by Country Gardens Magazine, the focus was on how to use what grows in your garden to make beautiful summer flower arrangements. Many of you commented on the arrangements I created and lamented the fact that the flowers I used were not available in your area, so today I have a solution for you!! I recreated two of the summer arrangements made from my garden flowers using gorgeous faux alternatives.
Spring is my favorite time of year because it is a time to freshen up and make changes inside and outdoors. Lear n how to make a cutting garden in a raised flower bed. Use floral arrangements that you have handy. Plant your flowers in a pot that gives them room to expand. Make it interesting by planting an arrangment of different flowers, plants vegetables, and herbs. There you have it, your very own raised cutting garden. Follow us for more tips like this.