I‘ve come a long way; from the girl with fake house plants (embarrassing) to the girl that can now sustain a house full of thriving plants. Now it’s time to move on to bigger (or smaller, however you look at it) things like starting my own seeds. I will admit I am quite nervious but [...]
Surprise! My long anticipated much procrastinated shop is finally up and running. And what am I selling you may ask; well, remember that vintage fabric find that I came across months ago? I just couldn’t bare the thought of cutting up the fabric to make pillows. So, I’ve scanned the fabric swatches and printed them on [...]
Celebrating those raw materials and natural colors found around us is one of my favorite ways to decorate. This weeks mood board is all using those natural materials and neutral colors to tranform your home for the holidays.
*vintage paper wreath*rosemary tree*potato sack banner*birch bark trees*string balls*paper garland*christmas countdown*happy holidays garland*
photos are courtesy of Pottery Barn [...]
I thought this would be an appropriate time to discuss calories the day before we stuff our faces full of food.
What is a calorie and how do you use it?
Well, in short it’s a unit of measurement. A calorie quantifies the amount of energy our bodies get from food. In order for your body to [...]
I‘m just gonna come right out and say it - I LOVE picnics! But almost as much as I love picnics, I love the fun accessories that come along with them. There’s nothing better than a trip the farmers market for some fresh ingredients and wine, coming home and whipping up something fresh, packin’ it up and heading out [...]
I am OBSESSED with accessories made from wood! I have everything from candle holders, to picture frames, to bowls. Imagine my excitement when I came across these handmade wooden accessories…not only are they fabulous, but they’re green! Made from recycled-reclaimed wood.
This holder would make any pencil proud! It’s made from aged barn wood that was [...]
“Organic” refers to a system of farming that maintains ecological harmony and promotes biodiversity by replenishing soil fertility without using toxic pesticides or synthetic fertilizers. On top of all of that organic farming prevents topsoil from eroding, keeps toxic substances out of nearby water sources, and conserves energy causing fewer greenhouse gases than traditional farming. Here are some benefits to organic farming… Because organic faming uses [...]