Two of my favorite bloggers (Alaya of Behind the Big Green Door and Carli of Fearfully & Wonderfully Made) and I are each sharing a last minute Thanksgiving tablescape.
I love a beautiful tablescape, especially during the holiday, but, I hate having a lot of stuff on my table if I’m not using it. Which means my tablescapes are usually simple and last minute, because I’m usually short on time when trying to pull something together.
So, I wanted to share with you how I pulled together my quick, last minute Thanksgiving tablescape that’s really easy to replicate.
I know I should have shared this hack a long time ago (especially when I revealed my dining room), but I have been working hard finishing up my last few projects of the year.
With Christmas less than 60 days away, I’m excited to start getting myself together for our family Christmas party. I’m starting with my mom’s bookcase that used to be in her kitchen. (more…)
If you have the space, your entryway are your first opportunity to wow your guests. I love a beautiful entryway and although I don’t have enough space in my small apartment, I still like to daydream about when I have my own foyer. I came up with 3 versatile designs for a foyer under $700 that anyone can implement.
Feel free to mix and match any of the styles below for a custom look for your own home! What I love most about these three looks is that they’re all neutral and can fit with any decor. The looks are complete as is, but feel free to add a chair or two (with Whitney J Decor pillows) or some more stylish accessories.
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I’m so excited to have a functioning dining room and I can’t even contain it! My apartment has a small open living/dining area, but I previously used the dining room as my home office. Now that I’ve moved my home office to a separate location (I’ll reveal the new space in a few weeks), I’m now excited to enjoy my dining room.