This stunning table was inspired by gorgeous red and white Scandinavian plates that I fell in love with. The table is filled with fur, lots of sparkling greenery, trees, and candlelight. Head on over for more of this inspiring Christmas design.
This stunning tablescape was inspired by my love of English Gardens. I shared this design in a blog hop with 28 other, crazy talented friends. Head to see all of the great Spring design ideas.
This table is all about greens and golds. I layered several kinds of greenery, with gold placemats, antlers, and candles. I love adding unexpected items to create interest. The dried persimmons added a brilliant l pop of color and give it a wonderful final touch!
This table was created with a mostly neutral palette. I found some amazing metal leaves that I used as plate toppers and also used lots of wooden posts to create varying heights. Fresh flowers and silver candlesticks completed this one-of- a-kind look. Everyone at your table with be in awe.
Take a tour for great decorating ideas on the blog. I love all things Christmas and decorating is my favorite pastime. I'm sharing thoughts on trees, mantles, and the perfect table setting!
Check out this incredible before and after transformation in the Better Homes and Gardens One Room Challenge. This screened porch went from drab to fabulous!!
This is the final story and reveal of how I redesigned my daughter's little girl bedroom into a chic, stunning dream room.
Here is a little bedroom refresh that I did by adding a board and batten DIY headboard and some beautiful blue and white linens.
No link with this one, but another super simple, yet oh-so-lovely table idea. I used several different patterns but it all comes together and works. From the blue and white plates to the white pumpkins, this is sure to please your guests. Add a natural placemat to give the table some texture. And don't forget your flowers. Mason jars work great at vases.
This blog gives you some great tips for making your outdoor area shine this holiday season. I like to mix artificial and real greenery to fill pots and urns, as well as lots of garlands flanking my door and porch. I hope this gives you some great ideas.
This table was for an intimate Thanksgiving dinner just for my family last year when we couldn't do a large gathering. It was focused mainly on soft blush and blue, with my vintage plates. It's one of my most favorite settings ever.
Who says that being creepy can't be pretty. This fun setting was for a Halloween dinner and I think it's tons of fun. Black, red, and white play off of each other in the best way. The skulls add a creepy and playful touch. Don't be afraid to think outside the box!!
This table is a beauty featuring Old Glory. What a better way to ring in the Fourth of July than with a gorgeous table. Grab lots of flags and flowers, but keep it simple. It's great for any patriotic event that you may have.
Looking for a fun, fresh Spring table idea? Look no further. This beautiful blue and yellow design is bright and happy. I used tulips, as they are always a Spring go-to. It's elegant without being stuffy, and it can be used for almost any occasion.
Create a perfect place to eat with your goblins and ghouls. Keep it classic and add a little bit of creepiness too! I love skulls and buffalo check!
I like to create simple centerpieces using seasonal items and beautiful Fall colors. Use trays or cake stands to create depth, and always add candles.
This lovely table setting was created for a little Al Fresco dining on my porch. I used April Cornell yellow linens, added lots of Spring blooms, and vintage fiesta ware. Dining outside has never looked better.
I kept my greenery and gold for this table but added some vibrant hot pink roses to the mix. It was an easy way to transition my Christmas table to my party table. Give it a try.
Who needs pink and red when you can have bold black and white. For this Valentine's Day table I went against the normal tradition and layered my top with a black and white runner. This runner was super economical as I simply bought Walmart fabric and cut it to size. I added some woven hearts for texture and finished it with bright pink blooms. It was certainly a hit.
I love to layer colors and patterns. Don't forget to add fresh flowers and some special seasonal touches.
This Christmas table is a true beauty. I used red buffalo check as my inspiration and added, wooden deer, snowy trees, and lots of sparkling crystal. Light some candles and your ready for dinner!
This is the look outside my door this fall. I love all things Fall and the pumpkins and gourds do not disappoint. Don't be afraid to layer all sizes and colors, and add mums. You can also add cabbages and greenery as well. Oh and I know summer is over, but my American flags will stay until the first frost.
This design is simple and elegant. I paired some large vintage reproductions vases with leaves, candlesticks, and antlers. It's neutral, but makes an impact.
This mantle makes a huge statement with the oversized bells and trees in varying heights. Add lights and stockings to complete the look.
This is a darling Spring/Easter garland that my daughter and I put together. It's super easy and adds a loving pop of color to the mantle.
This was a fun asymmetrical mantle that I decorated this Christmas. It is a combination of faux greenery, giant bells, lights, and ribbon. Up, down, in, out, is what you need to remember when decorating your mantle.
Added a little love to this Valentine's day mantle. I kept the greenery, but added pops of red and some hearts.
This Year I bought a new flocked tree and adorned it with grey, silver, white, and antique nutcrackers. It is also dressed with ticking striped ribbon and reindeer ribbon.
All though this is a catch-all for "junk" this year I dressed the wonderful cubbies my husband built with a little holiday cheer!!
With dark chocolate ganache, white chocolate mouse, and chocolate mousse, this Christmas dessert was a showstopper! Click for the link!
This year I kept it simple with lots of fresh greenery, holly berries, birch logs, and pinecones. They smell delicious!
This tree is in our finished basement and is filled with red globes, buffalo check ribbon, greenery stems, and sweet holiday signs. We love this flocked beauty.
I love a beautiful Christmas Urn filler. This is a combination of red pepper berry, fresh greenery, white birch branches, magnolia leaves, holly leaves, eucalyptus, pinecones and red wooden sticks. You can also find really realistic greenery at shops like a-floral, or your local home store.
Getting ready to have a night with friends by the fire? Wow them with a beautiful spread, and cozy surroundings. I layered the table with burlap,greenery, candles, wine glasses, wine, bruscetta, fresh fruit, a beautiful charcuterie platter, chipolte rosemary nuts and my homemade blondies. I had a furry blanket for each guest and as the night grew cold, they were cozy by the fire.
II love fresh flower arranging for events and for myself. Although there are many much better than I am, I manage well. Here is a photo of just a few arrangements that I have done. They make me happy. Layer colors and types, the sky is the limit.
Here is a beautiful and bright design for your Easter or Spring table. I Combined pastel placemats, with lots of bright blooms! This will have your guests smiling!
Sharing a close up of the flowers!
Florals are my thing and this was no exception. I used yellow country roses, pink tulips, white hydrangeas, and white and green kalanchoes. This is perfect for your Spring or Easter table.
How cute is this little fellow? I decided to use these darling little bunnies and eggs to complete my table setting.
Cream and blue are a great combination! Here's a closer view.