This DIY outdoor sectional couch is the perfect addition to our new covered patio to get it ready for spring and summer. We wanted a place to sit outside and eat lunch or even watch a movie. Making your own furniture is not only rewarding, but it looks beautiful too. Learn how to make your own outdoor couch sectional that’s modular and can fit in just about any backyard space.[Read more…] about DIY OUTDOOR SECTIONAL COUCH
The other day I was going for a walk with Allison and I heard birds chirping while they make their nests, and I smelled fresh cut grass from our neighbors. It must be springtime! Join me for an early spring farmhouse home tour where I share some simple spring decor ideas.[Read more…] about How to Decorate for Spring | Early Spring Farmhouse Home Tour
Today I’m taking you with me as I decorate the homestead for spring. I am pretty much a minimalist right now though, being that I’m pregnant and that’s pretty much all I’m thinking about. One way or another, it’s spring at the homestead and today I’m sharing it all with you. So without further adieu here is my minimalist spring home tour.[Read more…] about Minimalist Spring Farmhouse Home Tour Welcome to the Homestead!
We refreshed our living room space (and spent almost no money doing it!) to welcome a new season and to freshen up the space. It’s funny, how sometimes living in one spot for a long time can start to look the same. And just doing the smallest adjustments like moving furniture or repainting something can make a huge difference. Come see our farmhouse living room and how we refreshed it for spring.[Read more…] about Join me for a Simple Spring Farmhouse Living Room Refresh
To kick off the spring season, we hosted a family brunch. So I got the table ready in the most simple form, like I normally do. Fresh flowers (tulips!), a beige and lavender table runner handmade by a local farm to us, and a sweet simple plate setting. I have this way of folding napkins that I really like. You basically take a square cloth napkin and fold it in half twice to form a triangle, and then tuck both corners inward (see tutorial below). Then you have the option of adding silverware, small flowers, or in this case I added some Easter straw “bedding” for spring. I couldn’t wait for my family to come over and see our spring brunch table![Read more…] about 5 Simple Spring Brunch Table Ideas