What is your Halloween style? Is it fun and cute? Spooky? Mysterious? Sinister and gory? Eerie and creepy? Maybe your style is all about the freakish and bizarre? Do you lean toward decorating with supernatural beings and mystical elements? Do tell me what your Halloween decor and ideas are that inspire your decorating style? Okay! Enough with all the questions! This witch hat pictured below was designed by me. I just love it!  My style of decorating borders on mysterious, slightly eerie with a dash of mysticism, and just the right amount of cutesy mixed in so that it doesn’t… View Post

Thanksgiving is almost upon us. That means the time to start thinking about the dining table is here. After all, this area is the main hub where our friends and family spend the most amount of time gathered together. I have put together 10 of my best tips for styling and decorating your Thanksgiving table and included a few ideas and suggestions. In my opinion, the Thanksgiving dining table is equally as important as the meal itself is. Enjoying the company of our loved ones, friends, and family is important every day of the year,  but I like to make… View Post

Hello. 1988 called.  It wants its decor back. You know the style I’m talking about, right? It’s the one that used an abundance of country blue accented with the color mauve and had swans on every home accessory imaginable.  That reminds me of this story from my bratty tween years- I distinctly remember someone who had a giant mauve Christmas tree. I do mean GIANT!  It was probably 18 feet tall at least. All I know is that it stood next to a staircase, and the very top of it reached above the banister on the second floor. It was… View Post

Happy Fall….. It’s Thursday and I’m lagging. Usually, I share something new today, but that didn’t quite work out.  Theraflu, hot tea, and plenty of rest crammed its way onto the “needs immediate attention” agenda. Not so fun, but I’m on the mend. Today, I don’t have a lot to say, but here are a few photos from recent projects. It’s a warmer, more vintage style. Definitely a stark contrast to my own personal style; French Country,  Cottage and romantic Gustavian.  Even though this style is a bit different from my own personal style, I think it’s appropriate for the autumn season.… View Post

Welcome back to the series of the French Country Style Baby Shower. This Pinnable graphic collage features some highlights from the  Part 1 and Part 2. French Country Baby Shower In this post, we will take a look at the food, dessert and drinks table, gift table, and the welcome table. Throughout decor throughout the baby shower, included decorative elements from multiple generations of the matriarchs on both sides of my family. The bear is from Mimi, our Texas grandma. As I mentioned in Part. 2 the lacy velvet birds flew in with me from Alaska.  I purchased the miniature clothespins… View Post