Today’s Happy Topic is Decorating our Home
Welcome back to our Friday Friends Parade Linky Party.
Thanks so much for linking up to our parties. You are the best! The weeks are so busy for me. If you missed last week, you must check out my outdoor living rooms post. We are so enjoying our outdoor spaces.
Well, let’s get this party started!
Ok, this wonderful teacher’s gift caught my eye. It is adorable. Who wouldn’t want to receive a little bouquet of fresh peonies? Hop on over to So Much Better with Age to the see the full instructions.
Decorating our Home
I’ve been busy this week! Decorating our home has always been a big passion of mine. For the first time, I’m sharing my husband’s “Man Cave” with his new window coverings from Sunburst Shutters. I know this isn’t my typical styling since it is dark and manly, but come on over and take a look.
I was so thrilled to get my paper out and craft this fun paper wreath. If you have an hour and want a new wreath that will go with any decor, you’ll want to make this.
This week I was inspired by this fun and unique wreath that Ann from Dabbling and Decorating created. I’m always a sucker for anything vintage and this wreath made of vintage racquets and birdies is just too cute!
And if you are looking for more ideas for Spring or Summer front door decor, I posted this Modern Floral Embroidery Hoop Wreath a few weeks ago to many rave reviews. This was my top pinned post on Pinterest! I hope you can check it out.
Jodie & Julie’s Mudroom DIY Feature
Ikea Hack Mudroom DIY
This week we chose Sarah from Dreaming of Homemaking for our feature! We are totally in love with her clever Ikea Hack – DIY Mudroom Bench Built-in! You know I am already measuring my space to see if I can do this in MY house!! Nothing like a great budget decor idea to get me all fired up!
The last step in my Mudroom DIY Makeover is to stencil the tile floors. If you are interested in turning your existing tiles into gorgeous stenciled tiles read my blog post, “How to Get The Look of Real Tile With Stencil.” In it I share the step-by-step process I used to make over my fireplace tiles.
Have a fun spring weekend. See you next week.