Friday, September 4, 2015

Casual Midcentury Bohemian {Living Room Design Inspiration}

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It's always fun to dream about how you could decorate a space. Especially if you could start from scratch and money was no object, right? Today, I am doing just that with this "casual midcentury bohemian" mood board for a living room space. My living room is quite a bit different, but I love styling furniture and decor in a variety of ways. Hope you enjoy this curated collection!

I am increasingly drawn to midcentury style furnishings and decor. They are finding their way into my home little by little and are now the items I am seeking out when going to thrift stores and flea markets. I have allowed my inner "bohemian" style to infuse itself into every facet of our home for the past year, and I love the two styles pulled together into one cohesive, relaxed look.

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Goodbye Summer

Summer is almost over, and I am sad to see it go. But then...fall is my favorite, so I am definitely ready to sink right into it. Here is one last hoorah to summer with some random shots I captured these past few months and a look back on some of our adventures.
Overall, it was a busy, but relaxing summer. We were able to get away, spend time with extended family and most of all spend time with each other. With Hazel turning four and Owen on the verge of turning three, it feels like these little years a slipping right through my hands. Before I know it Hazel will be leaving me all day for kindergarten and Owen will follow along soon thereafter. And I'll just be sitting here wondering where the time went.


Saturday, August 29, 2015

Sundays at Home No. 73 Weekly Link Party & Features

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Friday, August 28, 2015

Log Cabin Home Tour: Kitchen & Dining Room

As I mentioned last week, I have been preparing a full log cabin home tour from our recent stay in the Adirondacks. Today, I am so excited to get it started with the kitchen and dining room! If you missed the personal side of the trip, you can check that out here. I will have follow up posts with tours of the living room, master bedroom and more, in the coming weeks so stay tuned. For now, come on in and enjoy a virtual tour of this dreamy log home's kitchen and dining room...
My mom was actually the one who found this rental cabin listed on vacationrentals.com. I have a thing for log cabins and was so excited when my mom showed me this one. The reviews were great and it looked amazing in the pictures. It was honestly even better in person! 

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Vintage Bohemian Fall Decor Ideas

Fall is my favorite time of year, and it's just around the corner. I am already getting excited to prep my home for the season and share my fall home tour with you next month! Until then, I thought I would share some simple ways to add vintage bohemian flavor to your fall decor from seasons past. I hope you enjoy these!
Click on the links at the end of each description, to check out the full posts with even more photos and inspiration!

Saturday, August 22, 2015

Sundays at Home No. 72 Weekly Link Party & Features

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Friday, August 21, 2015

Trip to the Adirondacks

Last week, we had the pleasure of going to the Adirondacks for a few days. It was the first time my husband and I had been there. We went with my mom, step-dad and uncle who had all been before. When my mom and uncle were little, my grandparents would take them up there since it was where my grandmother grew up. That made it even more special since both of my grandparents passed away earlier this year. It almost felt as if they were with us. Their memory definitely was.
We stayed in a beautiful log cabin, which I will be sharing a full home tour of...in installments over the next few weeks, so as not to overwhelm you in one post! I took just shy of a bazillion photos, I think. Today, I wanted to share the personal side of our trip and the sights we saw. Still might be picture overload, but I hope you enjoy...

Monday, August 17, 2015

The Art of Home e-course and a Giveaway!

Hey Friends! I am popping in today to share an amazing course that is coming this September, from Jeanne Oliver, called The Art of Home. As a contributor for Jennifer Rizzo (who is one of the talented instructors), I am able to offer one lucky reader a FREE spot to the class! I will be taking the course as well, and if you have ever taken one of Jeanne's courses, you know they are phenomenal. After taking Creatively Made Home, a couple of years ago, I can't wait to find out what is in store this time around!

Saturday, August 15, 2015

Sundays at Home No. 71 Weekly Link Party & Features

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Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Balancing Motherhood & DIY Blogging

The two most time consuming jobs I have ever had are as a mother and a blogger. And both pay the least. Go figure. But somehow I still love both roles enough to keep doing them. Okay, okay...well the first one is a full on heart commitment, right? Even on the roughest of days.
The other, I could let go by the wayside if I wanted to, and yet somehow I don't. I keep trucking on as a mother and a blogger and try to strike a balance between the two. It's tough though...I'm not gonna lie.

Today, I am sharing how I manage to make it work...