I know I’ve talked about this before, but adding a vintage or new to you frame in your home adds so much texture.
And texture is so important when your styling your home. It adds dimension too.
Fresh flowers or in my case fresh weeds. I seen these in our field and immediately thought what a delicate bouquet. You can bet I got the look from my hubby on that one! Sometimes it takes him a while to see the beauty.
I even bring in a bunch of branches to stick in my big jar. Anything alive like that just brings your space to life.
In the Fall and Winter I bring ing evergreen or just bare branches from my Curly Willow.
In farmhouse decor adding in some warm Wood Tones really pops, especially against a white background.
In my dining room I have used a lot of wood tones in shelves, accent pieces and wreaths.
To my mantel I just added an old reclaimed wood piece I found in our barn. It gave it so much more depth and I think made it really pop.
Baskets, I use them everywhere. For storage as plant holders and to put a small vignette in. They give so much texture and character.
Plus you can find them super cheap at Goodwill.
I hope this was helpful to you. I wanted to show you don’t have to have a ton of money to decorate your home in a cozy comfy farmhouse way.
Please share and let me know if you used any of my ideas.
Hi there friends. Today I’m showing my bathroom refresh. When we bought this fixer upper the bathroom was the first room we wanted to renovate. We were living in an RV but let’s face it the bathrooms in those are not very big.
Here is the before photo. We had a ceiling to tear down and burgandy carpet to remove.
We painted first after demo and put in a bead board ceiling. There was so much that needed done in other rooms we wanted to get this one livable and clean. Time to make it more my style would have to wait.
And I’m glad I waited. I needed to find my style, what makes me happy. I am more cottage farmhousestyle I think lol.
So I started searching for a neutral cottagstyle wallpaper for a good price.Wallpaper Direct had just the right one and at an incredible price.
I had some bead board wallpaper left over from another project so I out that on the opposite walls. It’s heavier and hide all the marks in the walls that we couldn’t get out.
I then took a 1×4 and added hooks I had. To hold some towels and decor. Everyone needs a watering can hanging in their bathroom don’t they?
I added some warm wood tones and some greens.
Then I picked up some prints half off at Hobby Lobby that I had been admiring.
It is now my style, I smile every time I pass this room now. Moral of the story, it doesn’t take much to make your style your own.
Shop your home, move things around. Make your home make you smile.
You guys the weather in Michigan has been perfect, so excited to start adding some real live flowers to my porch!!! Que happy dance here! As you know I love vintage items for my planters plus I change so much that it is a way cheaper way for me to go. Most of my planters came from yard sales and none over $3. Yes I’m cheap!
I got some lavender!!
They are going in some planters on the deck and one will be on my porch area. Lavender will come back every year so I don’t mind paying a little more for them.
I put my vintage chair out on the porch and added some vintage garden items and clay pots on them.
I added some silk flowers to my little window box here by the door and a peach zonal geranium on my metal table.
On the steps I used old galvanized pails as planters. I have dappled red geraniums and pink gypsophila in them.
Hope this gave you some planting ideas for your Summer planters.
When we first bought this house this porch was in bad condition. A huge tree was overhanging it.
We needed to get the basics done our first year (which was last year) so I took some time this winter to think about a railing. My hubby came up with the idea of putting a planter here instead. So thankful for his good ideas!
So the hubby went to our local lumber yard and got the supplies.
Today I am sharing with you five items I have repurposed into flower containers to help decorate my beds.
First is old galvanized pails. I love using these. I just drilled holes in the bottom for drainage and they are ready for your soil and flowers. Can you tell which is the real chicken. That girl is always by my side.
Next is baskets here I put my fern in a wicker waste basket I found at Goodwill. I kept it in the plastic pot it came in and just plopped it in. I’m so technical I know lolOne of my favorites is birdcages, vintage or new. When you put a plant in them they just look magical I think. How about you?I’m using an old vintage tea pot my grandson dug out of a junk pile for s planter here. As you can tell we are just starting to get grass here.Last is an old pulley I used to hang some pails from. I just strung the rope around the pulley and tied it to the pails. I hope this post helped you think outside of the box or planter in this case lol. Let me know if you try any repurposing for flower planters this year.As always thank you for stopping by it means the world to me.